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Zermatt Summit Declaration on the Common Good to Humanize Globalization

After a first day of debates and illustrations of concrete actions, in the presence of Ambassador Pierre Morel, European Union Representative for Central Asia and Jean-Louis Cardinal Tauran, President of Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, Christopher Wasserman, President of the Zermatt Summit Foundation revealed the Zermatt Summit Declaration the objective of which is to commit political leaders to the action towards the Common Good. Sign the declaration on the common good to humanize globalization

“THE COURAGE TO CARE” according to Doraja Eberlé

The Zermatt Summit Foundation and its members have decided on “The Courage to Dare” as the theme of the fifth Zermatt Summit. As globalisation starts to show its limits and downsides, certain leaders have decided to dare to take care of others and to turn a new page in their own environments.

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THE COURAGE TO DARE

Geneva, 31st of January 2014 – The Zermatt Summit Foundation and its members have decided on “The Courage to Dare” as the theme of the fifth Zermatt Summit. As globalisation starts to show its limits and downsides, certain leaders have decided to turn a new page in their own environments.

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Blueprint for Better Business workshop planned during the 5th edition of the Zermatt Summit.

A Blueprint for Better Business?

The aim of the initiative is to rally business leaders to explore the business need for change and how a rediscovery of corporate purpose and a focus on personal values might best be brought together in the service of society. It also seeks to ask how a return to the universal moral principles advocated by religions of all kinds might contribute to reshape business in a very practical way. Read more on their site…

We are proud to announce that one of the working group members of Blueprint for Better Business, Mr Charles Wookey, announced that the Zermatt Summit was a spark for this initiative. We look forwards to joining force in June!

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