Partner's activities and Events
Executive Training programs address practitioners’ needs and are based on first rate research concerning the CSI core interests: social impact, foundation strategies and social innovation. The dates for the upcoming Executive Trainings are:
• 20.-22. March 2014: Social Investment and Impact
• 27.-29. March 2014: Foundation Strategies for Impact
• 15.-17. May 2014: Social Innovation
To facilitate organizational development, we start the approaches from the mission and organizational model of the participants’ organization. The programs thereby reflect the challenges as well as the needs of practical implementation. The trainings use a blended learning approach of lecture, seminar, debate and case work.
Our Executive Training programs are specifically designed for executives and managers working in the Third Sector but are also open to public or private sector professionals. The workshops offer an extraordinary framework to broaden their own perspectives and while enjoying the most stimulating environment for reflection and learning at Heidelberg University, a German university of excellence.
Contribution to the 7th edition of the Convergences World Forum
The 7th edition of the Convergences World Forum will be held from 8th to 10th September 2014 in Paris.
The 7th Convergences World Forum is a major meeting for all actors committed towards a fair and sustainable world. Co-creation is at the core of our methodology. For that reason, we invite you to be involved in designing the event's program: 20 sessions are open for your proposals.
Respond online to the call for proposal before March 5th, 2014.
Find more details in the guidelines for contributors.
As we move into new development and sustainability goals, the World Forum will tackle the following topic “Building together tomorrow's world” that will break down into 3 major pillars:
- A global partnership for sustainable consumption and production
- Sustainable Development: new practices, new financing
- New technologies for inclusive growth