by Charlotte Evans, Research Associate at Hotii Ts’eeda At the 2019 Ahimsa Forum, I had the opportunity to sit on a youth panel and discuss the future of global health with the recently retired Director-General of the United Nations [...]
Prof. M. Yunus, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate 2006, took the initiative of launching an Appeal to make the future anti-COVID-19 vaccines « a Global Common Good ». This Appeal was co-signed by 25 Nobel laureates and 45 former Heads of State or Government.
As part of the Ahimsa Renaissance Movement, we offer to organize on a regular basis some motivating events to question the current situation and draw, together, positive responses. The proposed concept brings together an expert from the world [...]
Early July, Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunus declared that “the present-day situation is a perfect foil to start new practices and business for social good“. Find out here what the Appeal says.
It’s one thing to repeat the cliché that young people are the future, but quite another to realise that 43 per cent of all living people are under 25. The 1.8 billion people currently classified as youth—defined by WHO [...]
Dylan comes from a poor Family in England. He was able to borrow money to prince´s trust to create a computer business, called Gameplay. His business was eventually the first .com on the London Stock Exchange, and this made [...]
"Nature speaks to us but we don’t not listen enough to it, lets learn how to use our 5 senses to capture the message that our environment sends us."
During the event’s closing night, Michael Møller (Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva) introduced the ‘Path to inspiration’, inviting three young students to describe their vision of the world as they see it today, as well as their hopes for the future.
Marguerite Barankitse, known as Maggy, paid a visit to Lyon in October 2017 for two remarkable meetings