Rethinking the Shape of Progress: Doughnut Economics and Cities' Future

Location: Online: Registration necessary via Eventbrite (See link below) on 29 June 2022 Starting at 18:00 Ending at 19:30
Type Lecture / discussion
LanguageEnglisch
Speaker Kate Raworth (Creator of the Doughnut Economics Model, Senior Associate at Oxford University’s Environmental Change Institute, Professor of Practice at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences) and Leonora Grcheva (Cities and Regions Lead at the Doughnut
Organizer Other Competence Center for Nonprofit Organisations and Social Entrepreneurship / / NGO Academy
Contact info@ngoacademy.net

NGO Academy Online Keynote with Kate Raworth and Leonora Grcheva

In their keynote, Kate Raworth, the creator of the Doughnut Economics model, and Leonora Grcheva, Cities and Regions Lead at the Doughnut Economics Action Lab (DEAL) will present how the needs of all humans can be met within the thresholds of our planet. Next to valuable insights into the core concepts of this model, stories of its implementation in cities and communities around the globe will be shared as well.

The talk will be moderated by Boris Marte (CEO Erste Foundation) and Michael Meyer (Head of Institute for Nonprofit-Management, WU Vienna).

NGO Academy is a capacity building program for NGOs and social enterprises in Central- and Southeastern Europe, which the Social Entrepreneurship Center has been implementing in cooperation with the ERSTE Foundation since 2014.

Moderation:               Boris Marte, CEO of ERSTE Foundation and Univ. Prof. Dr. Michael Meyer, Head of the Institute for Nonprofit-Management, WU Vienna

Language:                  English

Registration:              https://www.eventbrite.at/e/rethinking-the-shape-of-progress-doughnut-economics-and-cities-future-tickets-324079108337



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