Goi Peace Foundation Forum 2020 “Creating a Better World for Future Generations”
Join us for the Goi Peace Foundation Forum 2020 “Creating a Better World for Future Generations”
– Saturday, November 21 (FREE Online Event)
The annual Goi Peace Foundation Forum provides a platform for scholars, activists, diplomats, policymakers and the general public to come together and, through dialogue, explore our way forward. Focal themes of past forums have included education, science, self-empowerment, youth, social entrepreneurship and philanthropy, with each forum program featuring international speakers and panel discussions, as well as arts, music and peace ceremonies.
“Creating a Better World for Future Generations”
As always when great collective changes are needed, everything starts with a personal change, an intimate mutation: acting on ourselves to prepare to act in the world, so that it remains liveable for us. We then discover that acting on ourselves is, in itself, an action on the world. ― Jacques Attali
In 2020, the world was brought to a standstill, urgently prompting humanity to re-examine our ways of living and being. What kind of life do we want to live, and what kind of future society do we want to create?
We invite you to take a deep dive into these pressing questions, together with this year’s Goi Peace Award Laureate, Dr. Jacques Attali. He will be joined by philosopher Dr. Hiroshi Tasaka for an insightful conversation bringing together wisdom from West and East.
Overcoming the Illusion of Separateness – The Upshift in Science Healing Ourselves and Humanity by Reconnecting to Our Source *Conversation with Nóra Csiszár – IT and PR Director of the Laszlo Institute
Join us live on July 16th to be a part of a powerful conversation on how our connection to source can change our lives! Featuring an esteemed panel including Ervin Laszlo, Dr. & Master Zhi Gang Sha, Dr. Rulin Xiu and with special guest Deepak Chopra.
Ervin Laszlo will be celebrating his 90th birthday this year on June 12th. For this occasion, we will have an online celebration on June 13th, Monday from 5:00 to 6:00 PM (CET)* on Zoom and Facebook.