At the heart of the Foundation’s activities lies the annual Tällberg Forum.
The Forum integrates nature and the arts, where people feel free to step outside of their professional identity, to share doubts and new ideas, and search for ways forward outside of established frameworks.
The annual gatherings organized for over two decades by the Tällberg Foundation have evolved into an innovative global Forum characterized by an atmosphere of openness, honesty, warmth and creativity. Every year, leaders from all over the world and from various sectors of society gather to talk about and reflect upon the challenges and opportunities that stem from global interdependence.
The Tällberg Forum acts to stimulate the conversation on, and design solutions to the problems of our times in order to foster new thinking and solutions. People from business and finance meet people from politics, science, international organizations and civil society on equal terms, and not as stakeholders. They come to talk, listen, reflect, question their assumptions, and gain the new insights that give them new responsibilities. For many, the Tällberg Forum is viewed as a natural extension of a highly respected Swedish tradition of internationalism, progress, intellectual curiosity, mediation and sustainability.
The film is an overview of the Tällberg Forum 2007, published by Tyler Brule at Monocle.com. Monocle is a monthly magazine with original coverage in global affairs, business, culture and design along with a web-based broadcast component with news reports and mini-documentaries.Who participates at the Tällberg Forum
The Tällberg Forum idea
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