The 2016 Tällberg Foundation Global Leadership Prize is awarded to Sunitha Krishnan and Christiana Figueres for their Innovative, Principled, and Courageous Leadership
This question, which has driven the activities and initiatives of the Tällberg Foundation for years, resonates louder and louder as the 21st century evolves. There are no easy answers, but the urgency of our exploration has intensified as the global situation has become increasingly fraught. Read about the four areas of focus for 2016.
The 2015 Tallberg Foundation Global Leadership Prize is awarded to Jamila Afghani, a Women’s Rights Activist in Afghanistan, and Martín von Hildebrand, an Environmental Activist in Colombia, in recognition for their Innovative, Principled, and Courageous Leadership.
Erik Gunnars Risberg is the 2015 recipient of the Tällberg Foundation Fiddler Scholarship with the motivation: “A fiddler with a technically driven way of playing and a musical curiosity that drives him to try the violin’s many expressive means, both in Swedish folk music and other genres.”
Pio Barone Lumaga, a friend of Tällberg Foundation, has recently published an article by Cynthia Schneider and the Anders Steen in LOFT magazine.
Over the course of 2015 and 2016, the Tällberg Foundation will host a series of conversations to examine the evolution of power and the dynamics of geopolitics over the mid-term.
The Tällberg Foundation held its second “Tällberg Virtual Conversations on Climate”.
Every month, Bo Ekman writes in the leading pages of the Swedish newspaper Dalarnas Tidning (FaluKuriren).
The Tällberg Foundation/Nextwork AB, in cooperation with the Living History Forum convened 25 people for a conversation about the strength and health of democratic values, both at national and international levels. The workshop asked questions about recent developments and discussed strategies to counteract nationalism and tribalism which are on the rise.
Bo Ekmans introduction film at the Tällberg Workshop @ CERN, 21-23 October 2014. Down the river of time – a learning journey. Written and narrated by Bo Ekman. Filmed and edited by Eva and James Wine.
On May 5-7, the Tällberg Foundation convened a group of 20 people who have a range of theoretical and practical experience in approaching the issues that face our societies from a systems perspective.