Synopsis

A summary of the events that took place during Zamyn's Cultural Forum 2013: Global Citizenship, 29 May - 12 June, and further details on the associated BBC World Service: The Forum event, which aired on 16 June.

Details

The foreigner? Exiles and migrants 29 May 2013

Event highlights:

We need an 'open, honest debate' on migration and a 'global moral framework' on which to base policies and legislation, urges Mamphela Ramphele

The university 3 June 2013

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President of leading Indian policy think-tank sparks debate on ‘fundamental imbalances’ that present a challenge to higher education systems across the world

Artefacts 4 June 2013

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Director of Tate Modern asserts the power of art in globalisation and asks: does the display of art fetishes archaic notions of other cultures?

Resources 6 June 2013

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Extractive companies need a 'vision' to prevent a global catastrophe, warns Nigerian novelist Ben Okri

Capital 7 June 2013

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Beast or benefit? Debate asks who gains and who pays the price of capital flows around the world

Sustainability, citizenship and the environment 10 June 2013

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Unilever CEO Paul Polman argues why businesses must be part of the solution to the world's biggest problems

After the G8: is it going to be G-Zero or a positive number? 11 June 2013

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Global governance, national sovereignty or none of the above? Debate on the power and legitimacy of G-groupings

Lessons for the G8 members, 12 June 2013

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Chairman of the Foundation for the Global Compact draws on Cultural Forum 2013: Global Citizenship to make recommendations for leaders of G8 countries

Globalisation: is it changing the way we think? 16 June 2013

BBC World Service - The Forum:

in association with Zamyn's Cultural Forum 2013