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Special Podcast: Rebalancing Our World – A Call to the Purpose Generation. Estoril Conferences 2022 Panel Preview with Gerd Leonhard

For the Estoril Conferences perspective, it’s important to position the main theme this year Rebalancing Our World: A Call to The Purpose Generation and topics we are bringing for this year agenda For Planet, For People, For Peace. Gerd Leonhard will be connected in the People agenda in the panel debate on What To Do Now That We Have The Power To Reach Anyone, Anytime, Anywhere? where we want to engage in a conversation focused on how to bring purpose for technology design and use it for the good, what do we need to do to change in the next 10 years and protect our species, what future do we want for the next generations (our sons), challenges with regard to ethical issues ranging from privacy concerns to cybercrime, to bring more humane future leaders and a more peaceful future.

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Ten lessons for a post-pandemic world: must-read new book by CNN’s Fareed Zakaria (some shared morsels)

"America will always disappoint its most ardent detractors—and admirers. It’s a big, complicated place, and you can always find in it what you want. But the pandemic laid bare fissures that have been persistently widening. They were best described decades ago by the economist John Kenneth Galbraith, who wrote that America was defined by “private opulence and public squalor.” The United States has long had a dazzling private sector, but its public institutions, with a few exceptions—such as the independent, self-funded, and highly respected Federal Reserve—limp along. Washington can throw money at a problem, which often does the job eventually, but it cannot run a complex national program to serve a collective benefit. Social Security—whose job is mainly to write checks—works, while the Veterans Administration is a bloated, bureaucratic disaster... These ills of government are an American, not a democratic, disease. Many other democracies handled this pandemic effectively, better than any dictatorship. That list includes countries run by political parties of all stripes"

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