—  From 23 to 25th November 2023  —


Barcelona , 23-25th November 2023

Leadership, ethics and values in the current geopolitical environment


Michael Collins

Executive Director. Institute for Economics & Peace.

Michael develops working partnerships with Americas-based governments, civil society organizations, foundations, universities, businesses and think tanks and seeks new opportunities to build IEP’s presence and impact throughout the Americas, with particular focus on expanding the use of IEP’s Positive Peace Framework as a training tool and an evidence-based metric for peace-centered development.

The Institute for Economics and Peace aims to create a paradigm shift in the way the world thinks about peace. We do this by developing global and national indices, calculating the economic cost of violence, analyzing country level risk and fragility, and understanding Positive Peace.

Its research is used extensively by governments, academic institutions, think tanks, non-governmental organizations and by intergovernmental institutions such as the OECD, The Commonwealth Secretariat, the World Bank and the United Nations. The Institute is headquartered in Sydney with offices in 6 countries, and our research achieves over 20 billion media impressions across 150 countries each year.

Núria Chinchilla Albiol

Carmina Roca and Rafael Pich-Aguilera Chair of Women and Leadership, Doctor in Business  (TBC)

Management and Economics IESE, University of Navarra. MBA, IESE, University of Navarra. Graduate in Law UB. Founder of the International Center for Work & Family (IESE Business School). Her areas of expertise include women and female leadership, management competencies in family-responsible organizations, total life-course integration, time management, interpersonal conflicts, and non-profit organizations.

Olga Ginevre Cavalucci

Expert in negotiation, conflict management and leadership.

Strategic consultant, designs and execution of senior management business programs and CEO of different business groups in Latin America and Europe. Expert in negotiation, conflict management and leadership.

Ángel Gastiñeira Fernández

Director and qualified professor of the Department of Social Sciences at ESADE (TBC)

Director and qualified professor of the Department of Social Sciences at ESADE, as well as director of the “Thinking Leadership” Program of Executive Education of ESADE Business School. Graduate in Philosophy and Educational Sciences from the UB. He has specialized in social and political philosophy, as well as geopolitical thought, applied ethics and values, change in the social and cultural environment, and leadership and democratic governments. Member of the Advisory Council for the National Transition (2013 – 2017).