—  From 23 to 25th November 2023  —


Barcelona , 23-25th November 2023


This dialogue aims to create a roadmap at this very moment.


Federico Mayor Zaragoza

Former Director General of UNESCO

High-ranking Spanish international official. The General Director of UNESCO from 1987 to 1999; Ph.D. in Pharmacy, Complutense University of Madrid, 1958; Professor of Biochemistry, the University of Granada. 1963, where he worked as a rector in the period 1968 – 1972, and in 1972 he was appointed as a professor in biochemistry in the Autonomous University of Madrid.

In the political field served as the Minister of Education and Science, the Member of the European Parliament in 1987, the Member of the Cortes Generales of Spain for Granada. Since 2000 he is the President of the Culture of Peace Foundation, and among other positions is the President of the Scientific Council of the Ramón Areces Foundation. During his career received many awards and has been conferred the title of an Honorary doctor at many national and international universities.

Bru Recolons Argente

President of the Impulsa Talentum Foundation,

President of the Impulsa Talentum Foundation, the first international conference focused on talent and knowledge management and awards the Talentum Awards, a project to promote entrepreneurship and innovation. He is a Catalan businessman and entrepreneur who graduated in Technology Business Management from the Ramon Llull University and has an MBA from ESADE.

Garry Jacobs

President and CEO of The World Academy of Art & Science

President and CEO of The World Academy of Art & Science chairman of the board and CEO of the World University Consortium; Managing Editor of Cadmus Journal; President of The Mother’s Service Society; Distinguished Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at the Person-Centered Approach Institute, Italy; executive director of the International Center for Peace and Development in Napa, California; and a full member of the Club of Rome. 

Belén Chiloeches

International journalist and communication expert. She graduated in Journalism from the Francisco de Vitoria University. She has more than 15 years of experience in the field of television journalism in the United States (USA), Latin America and Spain. She is a member of the CNN team awarded two Peabody Awards for the coverage of Hurricane Katrina in 2005. She is a correspondent and bureau for CNN + and Cuatro TV in the US, she has also worked as a reporter and anchor at CNN en Español. She has collaborated with other international media on documentaries and special projects. Since 2011 she has been a media consultant in Latin America, advising on repositioning television networks and opening new business platforms.

Carles Campuzano Canadès

Counsellor of Social Rights of the Generalitat of Catalonia, Deputy in the Cortes Generales for Barcelona. He graduated in Law from the University of Barcelona. He is president of the ACSAR Foundation (Catalan Association of Solidarity and Aid to Refugees), a member of the Board of Trustees of CatDem, of the Advisory Council of the Catalan Esplai Foundation, of the Advisory Council of the Third Sector Observatory and the Advisory Council of the Training and Work Foundation among other entities.