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Celebrating the Life of Richard N. Gardner

Memorial service for Senior Fellow of Salzburg Global Seminar to take place at Columbia Law School

Philanthropy’s Superpowers of Convening

Andy Ho, US development director at Salzburg Global Seminar writes on the power and importance of convening

Mariam Kamoga Namata: The Action Starts with Us

Executive director calls for chain reaction to promote patient safety from the grassroot level up

Taking into Consideration Physical and Psychological Safety Both for Patients, Staff and Clinicians

Charles Vincent, clinical psychologist explains the importance of measuring physical and psychological safety for patients and staff

Moving Measurement into Action: Designing Global Principles for Measuring Patient Safety

Latest program in Health and Health Care Innovation multi-year series to focus on taking patient safety to "the next level"

This Is How One Man Has Spent His Life Studying the Roots of Good and Evil

Salzburg Global Fellow and award-winning professor Ervin Staub discusses his research, positive bystandership, working at 81, and what he still hopes to learn

Living Up to Your Reputation and Adding Value

Eugene Ludwig, founder and CEO of Promontory Financial Group shares insight on building his reputation and the importance of implementing financial advice

Protecting Reporters and Improving Journalism in Mexico

Political analyst Carlos Bravo Regidor outlines ways to improve the lives and work of journalists in Mexico, “one of the world’s deadliest countries for the media”

Journalism is Full of Choices – It’s Not Easy

Naja Nielsen, digital director of BBC News, reflects on her new role, the importance of the BBC, and tips for spotting fake news

Women Involved with Salzburg Festival’s Early Success Steal the Show at Second Max Reinhardt Symposium

Actresses, singers, directors, and intellectuals at the founding of Salzburg Festival put in the limelight at this year’s symposium
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