Honoring Jan Eliasson

The Tällberg Foundation Establishes Eliasson Global Leadership Prize to honor the international and Swedish diplomat, Jan Eliasson, who most recently served as Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations.

Tällberg/Eliasson Global Leadership Prize

The Tällberg Foundation Establishes Eliasson Global Leadership Prize, with the support of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF), to honor the international and Swedish diplomat, Jan Eliasson, who most recently served as Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations.

Polarization in the 21st Century: YOU’RE WRONG! (and I am right)

The polarization program, as part of SNF’s conference, includes a series of panels, interactive sessions with the audience, artistic performance, presentations and other elements designed not just to inform, but also to engage the audience in thinking about polarization and its consequences.

Polarization in the 21st Century: YOU’RE WRONG! (and I am right)

The polarization program, as part of SNF’s conference, includes a series of panels, interactive sessions with the audience, artistic performance, presentations and other elements designed not just to inform, but also to engage the audience in thinking about polarization and its consequences.

Open event with Al Gore

The Progressio Foundation, Tällberg Foundation and the Lisbon Council hosted a 90-minute reception for former US Vice President Al Gore in the margins of the Belgium premiere of An Inconvenient Truth, Mr. Gore’s Academy Award winning film on the imminent perils of global climate change.

Fiddler Scholarship

Each year the Tällberg Foundation awards a scholarship to a young musician from the region of Dalarna.

Emmanuel Dennis Ngongo

Emmanuel Dennis Ngongo has arrived in Stockholm for his 2010 Tällberg Foundation internship (made possible through the David Sjögren Memorial Fund). He will be here until late June and play an active role in the Rework the World Summit.

A Tällberg Provocation

The Tällberg Provocation is an urgent message to all those who are actively involved in the negotiations of the post-2012 climate agreement.

Deepening inequality?

Has Globalization Deepened Inequality? Evolving technology, not global connectedness, has spurred a growing income gap in industrial nations.