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1st think tank - Searchers Unlimited

Lateral thinkers from culture, media, economics and sport

(February 2012) Lateral thinkers from culture, media, economics and sport discussed the challenges for the work of Welthungerhilfe. The participants were consciously not development aid experts. Instead, they came with fresh and genuine external views, in order to find answers, without barriers to thought, to fundamental questions: What would a fairer future world look like? Which paths must we take? How do we move away from a division of the world into ‘us’ and ‘them’ – to a new understanding of world citizenship?

What would a fairer future world look like?

The goal was to obtain impetus for more effective work by Welthungerhilfe and to gather insight into how we can initiate a consciousness process into our society. Welthungerhilfe wants to be a spokesperson for the move to a world society of greater solidarity and responsibility.

The young generation and mega trends

It was a matter of increased relevance of the work for young people – in the project countries as well as in Germany. As a further focal point, the participants worked on the influence of global mega trends, such as increasing urbanisation and scarcity of resources. Welthungerhilfe has begun to integrate the ideas and insights into its daily work and into future-oriented.

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Next stop: Addis Ababa

Searchers Unlimited - Welthungerhilfe's Think Tank

In February 2015 our think tank goes to Ethiopia. The idea is to gather on a multinational level and to include thinker from different African countries.

5th Round – Think tank in Berlin

Up for discussion: How should we react to conflicts and humanitarian crises?

(November 2014) The participants of the think tank met once more in Berlin. Topics under discussion: conflicts and humanitarian crises.

4th Round- Joint think tank

Interesting questions on the future of our work

(Autumn 2013) Do we need to change from an aid organisation to a knowledge organisation? Will ‘help’ be shared to become ‘knowledge’? This question was discussed in the first part of the fourth – and...

3rd Round – Joint think tank

Young and old providing new impetus in the fight against hunger

(Autumn 2012) Creatives accepted the invitation of Welthungerhilfe to discuss fundamental questions and to meet participants of the ‘youth think tank’.

2nd Round: youth think tank

We are the present and not the future!

(August 2012) 20 young people came together at the Welthungerhilfe youth think tank.

MOVE! United for sustainable development

International symposium on sustainability

(April 2012) Many questions were discussed at the international symposium MOVE! in April 2012.

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