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“Never let a good crisis go to waste”, Winston Churchill said, and today, there are plenty of crises to choose from. Today’s guest, former Prime Minister of Sweden, Carl Bildt, takes us around the world and back in 40 minutes in a discussion about world dynamics. He will share his perspectives on the global health crisis and the economic effects, the US election, and the relationship between Europe and China. Also, he will share how he got the truth about Chinese democracy and why the UK has had to set up an agency for pet passports.
Carl Bildt was Prime Minister of Sweden from 1991 to 1994 and returned to government office as Sweden’s Minister for Foreign Affairs from 2006 to 2014. He also served as an ambassador for UN and EU, and today, he is active in the World Economic Forum and Chair of the Global Commission on Internet Governance.
Host: Peter Mogensen, CEO of the Danish think tank, Kraka.
Guests: Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs of Sweden and Anders Dons, Nordic CEO of Deloitte
Although most young people in Denmark are still thriving, more and more of them are suffering from low wellbeing. Reports, measurements and studies from recent years confirm that the problem is both real and growing. This report maps the lack of wellbeing among young people in today’s Denmark and examines what may be the causes of their increasing low wellbeing. In continuation of this, we suggest a number of areas for improvement as well as concrete solutions to how to reverse the trend of declining wellbeing reported by children and young people. Explore this executive summary of the report to see the key findings and recommendations.
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