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Notes for the future

August 31, 2010

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These are the pre-notes I wrote in the morning and on the train the day before my speech at En Dag för Framtiden on Sunday 29 August in Stockholm, the follow up event to Rework the World where we launched the Representing Youth initiative. Both events were hosted by the Tällberg Foundation to engage in-depth […]

YES.

December 1, 2009

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I heard a story from a new friend the other day at the opening of a great space, which inspired me to say this, at the closing of this great space. The story was about the Riders of Light, the new Knights, courageously riding through the forests of darkened minds, illuminating the way forward and […]

“An article about me”

November 24, 2009

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for SOFIA “Status” Writing about oneself is perhaps one of the most difficult things to do. Which aspect is it that you need to read and what are my intentions in writing this? Do I want you to see a certain side of me that promotes my interests and projects? Or do I just want […]

Describing the indescribable…

November 24, 2009

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for Idem Rundbrief What is “Connectivity”? I am often asked. Connectivity can be defined in so many different ways, so it is always a challenge to give words to such a complex and ever-changing thing. An easy way is to quote the dictionary in saying “connectivity is the state or extent of being connected or […]

1 out of 5

November 23, 2009

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Judging by the self-organised criteria of this blog, I have 5 posts to write before the end of November – if I want to keep up my pattern of 5 posts per month that is, which I do. Judging by the report I just published on Connectivity, the all-encompassing international youth initiative project I am […]

SOFIA report back

October 12, 2009

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This is a summary on my first two months in Sweden, which I wrote for SOFIA. Some of it might repeat what has been mentioned in previous blog posts, but it gives an overview of what I am doing here in Europe – if you’re interested. SOFIA Report 1, 10 Oct 2009 by Nathan Daniel […]

Train of thought…

October 8, 2009

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Here I am on the train home from Göteborg after a short week of inspiring intensity. I was there to attend the World Student Community for Sustainable Development (WSC-SD) conference: Education for Sustainable Development (ESD '09) at Chalmers University of Technology, a remarkable institution, and to host the "Capacity Building Workshop" that Pieter Ploeg and I had been invited to present for the closing of the conference.