Global Thinkers Forum, in collaboration with Thinkers & Doers, presents the 2016 Awards For Excellence under the theme: ‘Philanthropy & Positive Change’. The Gala will take place on December 8th, 2016 at the Institute of Directors, West London.
Philanthropy is currently experiencing an unprecedented amount of innovation, disruption and transformation. Never before have social needs, local and global alike, been more complex and pressing.
In the 21st century, philanthropy earns a strategic dimension. At the core of this transformation is the will to hold business leaders and businesses more accountable, expand, and nurture the notion of ethical leadership and ethical/great companies.
An exclusive live concert by world acclaimed Emmy-nominee Maestro Sir Dirk Brossé, Music Director of The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia.
The not-to-miss event of the year in London celebrating the importance of philanthropy, giving and impact investing for positive change in a world in flux in an Oscars-like ceremony!
We are delighted and honoured to be announce that our associate Antonis Kyriakou will be attending the MIRAI program in Japan. The first day of the program in Japan will consists of a visit to the Edo-Tokyo Museum to enhance his historical and cultural knowledge about Japan and a visit to Mori Arts Center, which has become the symbol of the new Tokyo cultural center. There will also be a visit to the historical landmark of Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park, which indicates the efforts taken by Japan for international peace over the past 71 years after WWII. There will be an opportunity to deeper the understanding of Japan in comparison with other countries, through lectures and seminars at Waseda University and Kyoto University. Lastly, candidates will visit the Kiyomizu-dera Tempe and Goalden pavilion temple to learn more about the Japanese culture.
Walk the Thames
28 Oct 2016
We are happy to announce that the team of Rolesa will participate in the “Walk The Thames” in London on the 29th of October.
The Free Representation Unit (FRU) which is an organization that provides free legal representation for the public and advocacy experience for junior lawyers, is organizing the annual “Walk The Thames” an event that aims to raise money for FRU’s new computers!
Walk the Thames is a two day event organised by the London Legal Trust which allows participants the opportunity to take part at a level which is suitable for them. This years’ Walk the Thames will be led by Mr Justice Haddon-Cave. This is a fun way to raise money, meet other legal professionals, see the riverside sites of London and get a FRU t-shirt! And the participants can choose to either walk or cycle.