Articles by author: Julián Ginzo

Articles by author:

Julián Ginzo

How does Make-A-Wish work in Switzerland and Liechtenstein?

As adults, when we find ourselves in an extreme health condition where we may not be able to see ourselves going through any more stages, we always appeal to a wish. A wish to be able to go on living, even if only for a little while longer. And when you are a child...

Media dialogues — Jack Werner

What is your professional background? I was born in Stockholm, Sweden, and I have always been interested in urban legends and the psychology and sociology of the stories we tell to communicate our worldview and mend social bonds. What I'm trying to do in general, is...

Media dialogues – Stuart Ramsay

This interview marks the start of a new series with people working in the media, to deliver the news and views that shape our perception of global affairs and events. This interview is with Stuart Ramsay, chief correspondent at Sky News, covering major global news...

What is the next device we will connect to?

The 17th May marks the anniversary of the founding of ITU in 1865, when the first International Telegraph Convention was signed in Paris. Since then, not only the concept of telecommunication itself, but also the impact of doing more, more frequently, has created a...

Who is behind Wikipedia?

In times of misinformation, Wikipedia (supported by the Wikimedia Foundation) has become a giant in the production of content that usually appears on the top of a search engine. What does it mean for readers to always have this option when they request a search, and...

Global governance: cycling the talks

Between 2007 and 2012, you had the opportunity to chair important negotiations at the WTO, where you proposed innovative ideas linked to negotiation management and particularly physical movement as an instrument of multilateral diplomacy. What can you tell us about...

The right brain top thinkers agency

The mission of Innossuisse is to promote science-based innovation in the interest of the economy and society in Switzerland. How? By accelerating the transfer of knowledge from research to industry and helping innovations and start-ups to achieve a breakthrough on the...

No smoke on the water

Technically, water is said to be a resource with an inelastic demand — it has no close substitutes. Similar is the case with air, with the difference that very few people suffer from lack of air while many suffer from lack of water — clean water. So two people with a...

Internal mobility in the private sector

Career mobility is perhaps the most fundamental Human Resources (HR) consideration within companies today, allowing staff to openly envision their growth pathway within the organisation, something that builds both long-term retention and the opportunity for real...

How traditional Chinese medicine helps in tackling COVID

In recent decades, traditional systems of medicine have received increased attention and gained popularity around the globe. According to some estimates, more than 10 million acupuncture treatments are administered annually in the United States. In China, although...

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