MagazineTolerance and the world

The European Tolerance Talks (June 1 to 4, 2022) will again be broadcast in full and live on the Internet this year. “We want to make it possible for the many international supporters of our dialogue forum to be there if they are unable to come themselves,” says Superintendent Manfred Sauer from the Carinthian organizer
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Program Presentation in Vienna

This year’s European Tolerance Talks from 1 to 4 June 2022 in Fresach promise nothing less than a program for the reorganization of Europe. On the occasion of the presentation of the program on March 9th in the Club Carinthia of the Oberbank Vienna, the President of the Board, Hannes Swoboda, said: “Regardless of what
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Turning Point – Reorganization of Europe

Climate change, the corona pandemic and now the Russian aggression war towards Ukraine have taught us with all severity: The world is in upheaval, and CHANGE is mostly the result of external constraints. This raises the question of how complex systems work and how new things can be established. This is exactly what the European
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More Support from Federal Carinthia

On the occasion of the program presentation of the European Tolerance Talks 2022, the President of the Carinthian Federal Parliament, Reinhart Rohr, expressed his confidence that the future of the Talks will be secured for the coming years with the support of the City of Villach, the State of Carinthia and the Federal Government. Provincial
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Leadership requires a Knowledge of Human Nature

 “Influencing people and events positively”: That is what leadership is about, explained the management consultant and business coach Peter Baumgartner at the final panel discussion on “Leadership and fairness in times of crisis”. While good management consisted of “delegating” in earlier times, today leadership is a highly complex activity, emphasized burnout advisor Evelyne Hubert-Reitan at
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Roger de Weck: Shift to the Right must have an End

For the well-known journalist and democracy advocate Roger de Weck, the time of right-wing populists is over. But in order to strengthen democracy, it urgently needs to be modernized, said the former “Die Zeit” editor and head of Swiss television during an exciting panel discussion in Fresach. He is optimistic that politics can free itself
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