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Skaperkraft launches virtual "School of Entrepreneurial Leadership"

Since 2010, Skaperkraft has run a successful emerging leaders program in Norway. Starting in september this year, that experience is used as a platform to a similar European program. Aiming at emerging European leaders, the virtual program is now open for applications.

Posted on 2020-07-04

Ignore, confront or dialogue? The Church´s Response to Populism.

We need to voice a theology of 1) Resilience, 2) Co-existance across world-views and 3) of hope to face fear as we face populism and other global challenges, proposes Archbishop Antje Jackélen of Sweden, while Prof. Luke Bretherton challenges us to understand populist movements better in this webinar, co-hosted with the Lutheran World Federation and the Church of Norway.

Posted on 2020-07-01

The dangers we ignore

In her recent book "The Gray Rhino – How to Recognize and Act on The Obvious Dangers We Ignore", author Michele Wucker describes what she calls "grey rhinos" defined as the dangers we more or less plainly see coming towards us on the horizon, know will hit us some time into the future, but do (too) little to prevent or prepare for. Untill we finally collide with the roaming rhinos coming our way. The current pandemic is an excellent example.

Posted on 2020-07-01

The Gospel according to Europe`s national populists

As the coronavirus pandemic dominates European headlines, politics continue. With governments introducing states of emergency, closing borders, curbing civil liberties and ramping up surveillance, the ground appears fertile for national populism.

Kerr, Susan - Posted on 2020-04-09

Why anti-fake news laws will do more harm than good

What if the fight against fake news was actually killing pluralism and nurturing anti-establishment sentiments?

Ngnambi, Christel Lamère - Posted on 2018-03-21

Startup Israel - best practice from a global innovation powerhouse

Startup Israel – Argument breeds innovation. We are proud to introduce this second book in English as Skaperkraft continues to extend its passion for positive societal contributions and its reach across Europe.

Posted on 2017-10-17

New book from Skaperkraft

Populist movements are changing the face of European politics. «Is God a populist?» looks at their strategies to attract voters by claiming to defend Europe’s Christian heritage.

Posted on 2020-04-09

You can offend me

Provocation is sometimes to be welcomed in order to get an opinion across. But we need to know when and how.

Posted on 2018-03-26

A collective suicide

We want to control our own lives, but what about our own death?

Storhaug, Andrea; Vatnar Olsen, Ingrid - Posted on 2017-12-19

A growing entrepreneurial scene comes with growing inequality

European cities increasingly become like Tel Aviv. Yet with a booming startup scene comes growing inequality.

Posted on 2017-09-25
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