Salzburg Global Seminar is one of the world's leading international educational centers. The mission of Salzburg Global Seminar is to challenge current and future leaders to solve issues of global concern. Presently, the program framework has three cross-cutting clusters and addresses the underlying questions that hold keys to human progress: imagination, sustainability and justice.
Salzburg Global Seminar is dedicated to promoting the exchange of ideas in a multi-disciplinary and cross-cultural environment. Each year, some 1,000 professionals from more than 100 countries get together at the Seminar's magnificent facility at Schloss Leopoldskron, in Salzburg, Austria to discuss political, social, and cultural issues.
The Fulbright Foundation in Greece, in partnership with SGS, will offer a limited number of travel grants and/or partial participation fees to early to mid-career level Greek candidates to participate at the Salzburg Global Seminar.
"The Academy of Salzburg on media, migration and global change, provided by far one of the most powerful personal experiences on a scientific and interpersonal level. Clearly, this is an experience that alters the way in which one looks upon the world, bringing one into contact with people that have similar dreams, aspirations and principles. People who envision what a better world may look like, wishing to devote their lives to hard work in a bid to transform their visions into a reality for others."
Sophocles Geroulis, 2016 Salzburg Global Seminar participant
During the 2021-2022 academic year, Fulbright Greece may support one participant for each of the following programs:
CULTURAL INNOVATORS FORUM
The Creative Power of the Arts: Reimagining Human and Planetary Flourishing
Three-day hybrid meeting program (online, accompanied by a small regional convening in Salzburg) - November 3-5, 2021
As the world confronts the compounded impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, climate crisis, and structural injustices, societies are bracing for a protracted and complex period of reassessment, reimagination, and restructuring. The culture and arts sector must be at the table and included in decision-making processes as societies seek to eschew a return to “normal” and instead reimagine more creative pathways towards human and planetary flourishing.
Addressed to: interdisciplinary and inter-generational group of approximately 60 creative practitioners, researchers, and policymakers from around the globe.
PUBLIC POLICY NEW VOICES EUROPE
Year-long hybrid program (online, in-person meeting in Salzburg in October 2022) - November 2021-October 2022
Official launch: September 23, 2021:
Designs on the Future: Why Do We Need New Voices in Public Policy?
(discussion open to the public - registration required)
Launching in 2021, this dynamic year-long fellowship program will provide participants with opportunities to build their capacity through virtual and in-person meetings, peer learning, mentorship, networking, and internship opportunities.Public Policy New Voices Europe is a Fellowship that aims to connect, support and empower a new generation of diverse leaders in public policy across Europe.
Addressed to: students, graduates and early career professionals based in Europe wishing to understand more about opportunities to effect change through public policy or aspiring to pursue career in public policy. In 2021/2022, the members of the cohort will work towards the common public policy challenge of building inclusive communities at the local, national, and international level. Salzburg Global actively encourages applications from communities that have been historically less visible in the field of public policy. It especially welcomes applications from people of color, disabled people, those who identify as LGBT*, people from low-income backgrounds, and those from ethnically diverse and/or migrant communities.
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