The next summer is about to come
The summer of purpose connects Munich with the world.
For the big goal: the era of regeneration.
9 days make a start.
9 days of LEARNOVATION.
As learning together. Intensive cooperation. Concrete further development.
We want to expand our scope of action. To make the necessary, great transformation real.
Our environment becomes a new social world. Beyond sustainability: towards a regenerative reality.
The pandemic throws us back on ourselves.
So, let's start with our potentials.
Let's tackle it and get creative!
fact & figures 2020
SCOPE OF ACTION
The international Colloquium 51 provides a space for social creativity and an economic dialogue that ranges from the theory of natural and social science to entrepreneurial action.
about Colloquium51 2020
INSPIRED BY HOLISTIC SCIENCE
The hybrid dialogue platform has kicked off a creative thinking process guided by 3 key questions that are inspired by social science:
Why are contributions to the common good less valued
by the system than speculative investments at stock markets?
How can we create a society that considers the rights of all
life on this planet? And what is the role of corporates
and the economy to sustain those rights in the future?
What are the key findings and lessons learned
that we can take from the pandemic crisis?
conclusion Colloquium51 2020
Conclusion Colloquium51 - key findings
Out of the Colloquium 51, during the summer of purpose in 2020, a creative and interdisciplinary exchange and knowledge transfer about learnings, perspectives and purpose led to a conclusion of concrete key findings and the basic consensus that there is >No going back< after the corona pandemic:
Conclusio 2 – WeDefining the Economy
Conclusio 3 – All have a VoiceDOWNLOAD CONCLUSIO PDF
Our contribution to you
The collection of all moments and memories during the Colloquium 51 - 2020 is captured in our library.
It provides a extensive collection of session videos, films, interviews and photo galleries from June 26-28, 2020.
Day 1- Friday 26.06.2020
Day 2- Saturday 27.06.2020
Day 3- Sunday 28.06.2020
Thank you to every contributor joining the Colloquium 51 – on site as well as virtually.
Please explore your inspiring impulse exchanges, dialogues, panel discussions and other contributions at our library.
Member of the Management Board, Volkswagen AG, with responsibility for Integrity and Legal Affairs.
Dr. Johannes Teyssen
Chief Executive Officer
Chairman of the Board of Management E.ON SE
German Jesuit. Former International Director of the Jesuit Refugee Service
Founding Ambassador of Civana
Member of the Board & Director of Yunus Enviroment Hub
Staff Unit for Strategy, Analysis and Planning in the Austrian Federal Chancellery
Dr. Rüdiger Recknagel
Environmental Protection Officer Audi Group, Managing Director Audi Foundation for the Environment
Director of the Company Engagement department (BNP Paribas)
Managing Director of Messe München GmbH
Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Volker Mosbrugger
General Director of the Senckenberg Society for Natural Research
Managing Director Communication and Sustainability in Germany, Austria and Switzerland (DACH) at P&G.
CEO of the ALTOP publishing house, and chief editor of forum "Nachhaltig Wirtschaften"
President of the Club of Budapest, member of the World Academy of Arts and Science.
Hungarian philosopher of science, systems theoretician and author.
Chairman of the Board of Management of Volkswagen Group Components
Prof. Dr. Claudia Peus
Vice President of the Technical University of Munich and Director TUM Institute for Life Long Learning
Sir John Irving Bell
Immunologist and Geneticist University Oxford
Pioneer in the Purpose Economy for innovation, new work and sustainable business.
creative innovation consultant, start-up business angel and Author of the Book "Future Business Kompass"
Dr. Markus Söder
Minister President of the Free State of Bavaria, CSU party leader.
Dr. Sebastian Brandis
Member of the board of the foundation Menschen für Menschen - Karlheinz Böhms Ethiopia Aid 2016 and spokesman of the board since 2019.
Entrepreneur, model, speaker, author and ambassador for Menschen für Menschen and since 2018 ambassador for fair trade appointed by The German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)
Since 2002 member of the CSU and the Junge Union, since 2015 member of the Frauen-Union, since November 2018 Bavarian Minister of State for Digital Affairs
Founder of Nishith Desai Associates, a research based international law firm. Advised the Small Industries Development Board of India and the Department of Electronics, Government of India, on their domestic venture capital fund.
Managing Director FC Bayern München eV – Deputy Chairman of the German Sports Youth
Human Resource Manager at H&M Germany. Worked as Store Manager and Area Manager at H&M and looks back on a career of over 20 years with the Swedish textile retail company.
Executive Director of Yunus Centre, the global hub for social business activities of Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus.
Coordinator of the incorporation and CEO of the Value Balancing Alliance. A cooperation of international companies.
Executive Director Business Unit Consumer Goods, Messe Munich / ISPO
Dr. Wolfgang Schäuble
Member of the Bundestag since 1972; 1981 to 1984 Parliamentary Secretary of the CDU/CSU parliamentary group. Current President of the German Bundestag. Member of the party CDU/CSU since 1965.
Dr. Eckart von Hirschhausen
Founder of Healthy Planet Healthy People and one of the first signee of Scientists for Future
Founder of the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Human Rights, known as Human Right Activist since 1981 and devoted to equal justice, to the promotion and protection of basic rights.
Head of the Global Social Business Summit Managing director and Co-Founder of The Grameen Creative Lab Creative consultant of Nobel Prize winner Prof. Muhammad Yunus
Former Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations and the 12th Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva. Executive Director of the Kofi Annan Foundation from 2008 to 2011.
Dr. Kate Robertson
Co-Founder of One Young World, a UK-based charity that gathers the brightest young leaders from around the world. She previously served as Global President of Havas Worldwide.
Prof. Dr. Dieter Frey
Head of the Center for Leadership and People Management Consultant, active member of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities and elected as German Psychology Award Winner.
Prof. Muhammad Yunus
Bangladeshi social entrepreneur, economist, and civil society leader known as „the banker to the poor“. In 2006, Yunus and Grameen Bank were jointly awarded the 2006 Nobel Peace Price for their efforts through microcredit to create economic and social development from below.
Prof. Dr. Mary Robinson
7. President of Ireland 1990 to 1997. Served as United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights from 1997 to 2002, Founder of „Realizing Rights: the Ethical Globalization Initiative“
Artistic and Music Director at the ADDA Auditorium in Spain. Artistic Director of the Jeunesses Musicales World Orchestra and Chief Conductor of the ADDA Simfònica Orchestra and the Xenakis Festival.
Dr. Karsten Wildberger
Chief Operating Officer - Commercial
Member of the Board of Management of E.ON SE
Author, dance performer and political activist. Founding member of Attac Austria, initiator of the project Bank for the Common Good and the Common Good Economy.
Member of the Board of Management of Volkswagen AG for the 'Truck & Bus' business division.
Globally recognized social innovator and serial entrepreneur, founder and CEO of Berlin’s DO School. He regularly contributes to ongoing global public debate on the future of work, puposeful economy and social innovation.
Former US NASA Astronaut. 177 Days in Space and two flights to the ISS Founder of the Manna Energy Foundation and the Fragile Oasis Project.
Dr. Mandeep Rai
Author of The Values Compass: What 101 Countries Teach Us About Purpose, Life and Leadership. Global authority on values, working with companies, institutions and individuals around the world.
Former Member of the Board of Management of BMW AG. Former Head of the Electromobility Transformation.
Prof. Dr. Anita Nowak
Professor of the Year in 2014 and 2019 at the McGill University. Founding Integrating Director of the Social Economy Initiative and an advisor to both The Jeanne Sauvé Foundation and The J.W. McConnell Family Foundation.
Co-Founder of Sing for Hope, Board Member of Grameen Creative Lab.
Chairman of the Foundation Beethoven House Bonn.
Founder & CEO of Emergent Telecom Ventures. His non-profit, Amersi Foundation supports charities in education, building cohesive societies and inclusive capitalism.
German journalist, author and consultant for leadership.
Co-Founder of Sing for Hope, Board Member of Grameen Creative Lab.
Member of the Board of Executive Directors of BASF SE
This outstanding event is organized by the Grameen Creative Lab together with the Yunus Centre and circ and in partnership with Messe München, Friends of Social Business, YY-Foundation, BCG, E.ON and Autostadt.