The Challenges of Fixing the Hungarian Brain Drain
As ever more Hungarians decide to leave the country, Hungary faces a creeping social crisis. Who will replace those young talents who emigrate? And what effect will this have on the way we Hungarians define ourselves? To understand such questions, you have to dig deeper into the history of the […]
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What will our children think about gender?
Whether there is a desired role for women in a specific society or not, social exaggeration is always possible. Below, I’d like to give two examples from Northern and Central Europe of how the mark can be overstepped. “Equality, reflection drawing for kids” – photo by Min stemme on […]
Contemporary Carlowitz Summit: Interview with Klaus Töpfer
At the Contemporary Carlowitz Summit, hosted by the Bertelsmann Foundation and the German Council for Sustainable Development, Future Challenges spoke with Klaus Töpfer (Interview in German). Töpfer is the former German Minister for the Environment and a former Executive Director of the UNEP. In our conversation, we discovered that he […]
A College Degree is Just Not Enough!
Money is the root of all evil. This statement is as true today as it was some years ago. The world’s economy is suffering and Pakistan is on the high road to the next economic depression. Maybe we will be the first to suffer as the MIT predicts that the […]
With Health Insurance, Knowing the System is Half the Battle
In South, Central and North America, having health insurance is only half the battle. The other is understanding and learning how to use the systems, when it seems that most of those who really do benefit from health insurance do so after learning the tips and tricks to get the most out of a limited service.