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One of the ways Naysan Naraqi is contributing to a better world is through his work in the creative media sector. Naysan works for Envato, a popular ecosystem of sites which help creative people around the world both ‘learn and earn’. Naysan also works on numerous Baha’i-inspired projects including a blog about the Baha’i Faith called bahaiblog.net.
Eleonora Ferrero and Aurelie Coeffic are organizing the first Action Lab London with the topic: Dream Canvas – from an inspiring vision to an impactful action plan. Their hope is to engage with mindful professionals in meaningful conversations and facilitate the networking between people who want to develop a meaningful career.
Married couple, Sem Ponnambalam and David Mohajer are running a crowd-funding campaign to expand their start-up, XAHIVE Corporation, a company that develops new forms of secure social networking platforms.
EBBF had the pleasure to host in the recent #ebbfjustice conference part of the management committee (MC) of AIESEC in Spain. Five young representatives participated in the conference, sharing their ideas on behalf of an international youth organization that impacts the world by empowering the leaders of the new generation.
Alan McShane brought to the #ebbfjustice conference, that recently took place in Barcelona, an innovative tool to engage people: Lego Serious Play. The learnshop, titled “Using Lego Serious Play to define root causes of injustice to allow just workplaces to arise”, had three simple rules to follow: 1. Everybody builds; 2. Think with your hands; 3. Everybody explain their model.