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Aiming to provoke people to think — and therefore act — differently about the global issues that are shaping their future, the Tällberg Foundation is sharing some of its conversations in podcast form. The podcast invites you to hear from leaders from different sectors and geographies as they explore issues that are challenging and changing our societies.

Latest Episodes

Discovering Paths to a New, Shared Prosperity

The global Covid-19 pandemic has exposed deep fissures in the global political and economic fabric. For democracy to survive, the social contract needs to be reimagined; economies needs to be re-engineered and climate change needs to be confronted. In this episode, Danish politician and former President of the UN General Assembly Mogens Lykketoft argues that these inter-related challenges demand urgent action—and that if humanity moves fast, we could find new paths to a new, shared prosperity.

24 MIN1 w ago
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Discovering Paths to a New, Shared Prosperity

The American Condition

What is the state of the union? Has the American dream become an American carnage? The Covid-19 epidemic has laid bare many pre-existing fissures and deep distress in American society. These are some of the questions Scott Miller, CEO of the Core Strategy Group and co-founder of Sawyer/ Miller Strategic Consulting Group, and Joshua Steiner, Chairman of Castleton Commodities and Senior Advisor to Bloomberg LP, address in this episode.

30 MIN2 w ago
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The American Condition

Climate after Covid

Christiana Figueres passionately believes that the pandemic offers a unique opportunity to focus on constructive climate action. She discusses the possibility of leveraging the massive political and economic resources that governments around the world are mobilizing to stimulate the global, regional, national, corporate, and individual actions needed to cut emissions in half by the end of the decade. Is it possible to overcome “politics as usual” to inject some green into massive recovery spending?

23 MINAPR 30
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Climate after Covid

The value(s) of democracy

Democracy is under huge pressure everywhere, made worse by the global pandemic. Too many governments in too many places are failing to deliver on the basic social contract with their citizens. Celebrated photographer and human rights activist Shahidul Alam of Bangladesh discusses these issues from the perspective of a country which struggles to conduct fair elections, where inequality is extreme and poverty even more so, and where failures of democratic institutions are condoned by great powers.

22 MINAPR 23
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The value(s) of democracy

Will Democracy Survive Covid-19?

Democracy and democratic institutions were under severe pressure well before the novel Coronavirus appeared. Could the added burden of the pandemic break the back of democracy as we have known it? Gabriela Cuevas, Mexican Congresswoman and Inter-Parliamentary Union President, and Paula DiPerna, strategic environmental advisor and former U.S. congressional candidate, discuss the risk that our democracies could be another casualty of Covid-19—and what we should do about it.

29 MINAPR 16
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Will Democracy Survive Covid-19?

Understanding Coronavirus and its Implications

Anne Goldfeld, 2019 Tällberg/Eliasson Global Leadership Prize winner, is a clinician and a medical doctor with long experience—in the lab and on the front lines of care—with epidemics. Together with Alan Stoga, the Tällberg Foundation’s chairman, she discusses what we know about Covid19 and what we still need to learn--and why it is a global problem that needs a global response.

30 MINAPR 9
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Understanding Coronavirus and its Implications

What is a thought?

Rafael Yuste, a professor of biological sciences at Columbia University and a 2018 Tällberg Eliasson Global Leader speaks with Alan Stoga, the Tällberg Foundation’s chairman about recent and prospective progress in neuroscience. Could our evolving understanding of the human brain lead to a new Renaissance? What are the implications of this new knowledge? How do we protect each individual’s neural identity?

26 MINAPR 2
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What is a thought?

19. The 2019 Winners of the TEGL Prize Discuss Grappling with the Unknown

The three 2019 Tällberg/Eliasson Global Leadership Prize winners, Anne Goldfield, Faustin Linyekula and Saul Griffith share their perspectives on the future and their relationship with it. Together they discover how their respective expertise - medicine, dance and fighting climate change - are all fueled by the mystery of the unknown and desire to explore it.

24 MINMAR 19
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19. The 2019 Winners of the TEGL Prize Discuss Grappling with the Unknown

18. What is the future of democracy?

Are Western democracies the model for non-Western countries or do they need different models? Do democracies represent all their constituents? How are minorities protected? Kenneth Lusaka (Speaker of the Senate, Kenya), David Sperling (Senior Research Fellow, Strathmore Governance Centre; Kenya) and Ulrika Karlsson (Special Advisor on Global Health, Inter-Parliamentary Union) discussed these questions within the scope of “New Thinking for a New World.” Facilitated by Maarten Koets, Tällberg Foundat

17 MINMAR 5
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18. What is the future of democracy?

Unpacking a Tällberg Workshop: Hopes, concerns and red threads

After a Tällberg Workshop in Nairobi, three members of the Tällberg Foundation community gathered to reflect on the theme "New Thinking for a New World", what this looks like in Kenya and how identifying it is a matter of positionality - be it young or old, local or global. Alan Stoga, Chairman, Tällberg Foundation, Mark Abdollahian, (CEO, ACERTAS and Professor, Claremont Graduate University, US) , Vishakha Desai (Senior Advisor for Global Affairs to the President of Columbia University)

23 MINFEB 6
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Unpacking a Tällberg Workshop: Hopes, concerns and red threads

Latest Episodes

Discovering Paths to a New, Shared Prosperity

The global Covid-19 pandemic has exposed deep fissures in the global political and economic fabric. For democracy to survive, the social contract needs to be reimagined; economies needs to be re-engineered and climate change needs to be confronted. In this episode, Danish politician and former President of the UN General Assembly Mogens Lykketoft argues that these inter-related challenges demand urgent action—and that if humanity moves fast, we could find new paths to a new, shared prosperity.

24 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Discovering Paths to a New, Shared Prosperity

The American Condition

What is the state of the union? Has the American dream become an American carnage? The Covid-19 epidemic has laid bare many pre-existing fissures and deep distress in American society. These are some of the questions Scott Miller, CEO of the Core Strategy Group and co-founder of Sawyer/ Miller Strategic Consulting Group, and Joshua Steiner, Chairman of Castleton Commodities and Senior Advisor to Bloomberg LP, address in this episode.

30 MIN2 w ago
Comments
The American Condition

Climate after Covid

Christiana Figueres passionately believes that the pandemic offers a unique opportunity to focus on constructive climate action. She discusses the possibility of leveraging the massive political and economic resources that governments around the world are mobilizing to stimulate the global, regional, national, corporate, and individual actions needed to cut emissions in half by the end of the decade. Is it possible to overcome “politics as usual” to inject some green into massive recovery spending?

23 MINAPR 30
Comments
Climate after Covid

The value(s) of democracy

Democracy is under huge pressure everywhere, made worse by the global pandemic. Too many governments in too many places are failing to deliver on the basic social contract with their citizens. Celebrated photographer and human rights activist Shahidul Alam of Bangladesh discusses these issues from the perspective of a country which struggles to conduct fair elections, where inequality is extreme and poverty even more so, and where failures of democratic institutions are condoned by great powers.

22 MINAPR 23
Comments
The value(s) of democracy

Will Democracy Survive Covid-19?

Democracy and democratic institutions were under severe pressure well before the novel Coronavirus appeared. Could the added burden of the pandemic break the back of democracy as we have known it? Gabriela Cuevas, Mexican Congresswoman and Inter-Parliamentary Union President, and Paula DiPerna, strategic environmental advisor and former U.S. congressional candidate, discuss the risk that our democracies could be another casualty of Covid-19—and what we should do about it.

29 MINAPR 16
Comments
Will Democracy Survive Covid-19?

Understanding Coronavirus and its Implications

Anne Goldfeld, 2019 Tällberg/Eliasson Global Leadership Prize winner, is a clinician and a medical doctor with long experience—in the lab and on the front lines of care—with epidemics. Together with Alan Stoga, the Tällberg Foundation’s chairman, she discusses what we know about Covid19 and what we still need to learn--and why it is a global problem that needs a global response.

30 MINAPR 9
Comments
Understanding Coronavirus and its Implications

What is a thought?

Rafael Yuste, a professor of biological sciences at Columbia University and a 2018 Tällberg Eliasson Global Leader speaks with Alan Stoga, the Tällberg Foundation’s chairman about recent and prospective progress in neuroscience. Could our evolving understanding of the human brain lead to a new Renaissance? What are the implications of this new knowledge? How do we protect each individual’s neural identity?

26 MINAPR 2
Comments
What is a thought?

19. The 2019 Winners of the TEGL Prize Discuss Grappling with the Unknown

The three 2019 Tällberg/Eliasson Global Leadership Prize winners, Anne Goldfield, Faustin Linyekula and Saul Griffith share their perspectives on the future and their relationship with it. Together they discover how their respective expertise - medicine, dance and fighting climate change - are all fueled by the mystery of the unknown and desire to explore it.

24 MINMAR 19
Comments
19. The 2019 Winners of the TEGL Prize Discuss Grappling with the Unknown

18. What is the future of democracy?

Are Western democracies the model for non-Western countries or do they need different models? Do democracies represent all their constituents? How are minorities protected? Kenneth Lusaka (Speaker of the Senate, Kenya), David Sperling (Senior Research Fellow, Strathmore Governance Centre; Kenya) and Ulrika Karlsson (Special Advisor on Global Health, Inter-Parliamentary Union) discussed these questions within the scope of “New Thinking for a New World.” Facilitated by Maarten Koets, Tällberg Foundat

17 MINMAR 5
Comments
18. What is the future of democracy?

Unpacking a Tällberg Workshop: Hopes, concerns and red threads

After a Tällberg Workshop in Nairobi, three members of the Tällberg Foundation community gathered to reflect on the theme "New Thinking for a New World", what this looks like in Kenya and how identifying it is a matter of positionality - be it young or old, local or global. Alan Stoga, Chairman, Tällberg Foundation, Mark Abdollahian, (CEO, ACERTAS and Professor, Claremont Graduate University, US) , Vishakha Desai (Senior Advisor for Global Affairs to the President of Columbia University)

23 MINFEB 6
Comments
Unpacking a Tällberg Workshop: Hopes, concerns and red threads
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