Active paternal involvement in the lives of children has been shown to make important differences to the health, wellbeing, satisfaction and productivity of individuals and the society they comprise.
These two university professors and public intellectuals from “opposite sides” of the political spectrum came together again on the anniversary of Martin Luther King’s death display their “brotherhood” despite ideological differences.
Economist Stefano Zamagni argues that mainstream economics is not up to the task of considering all the facets of what today constitutes a home.
Paloma Durán, who leads the Sustainable Development Goals Fund, explains why this project-financing mechanism – created in Spain – is going to disappear.
This Master’s thesis uses the Relational Paradigm to explore the role music education can play in the development of relationships between individuals and collectives, and how these new relationships transform society.
The second of this years three Master's grant recipients shares her research topic.
Regina Guzmán Montiel, originally from Mexico City, came to Pamplona to study the Master’s in Social Science Research (MICS, in its Spanish acronym), supported by a grant issued by the Social Trends Institute. It is her first venture into the world of research, an experience she recounts below.
As the home is a living deposit of the human culture of care and transmission of values, it plays a crucial role in the wellbeing of all members of society. The Home: Multidisciplinary Reflections addresses the many facets of this contribution.
“The situation right now is very favorable, and to a great extent justifies the optimism that seems to characterize every opinion about the economy – quite the opposite of how we felt about it at this time last year,” according to Juan José Toribio, emeritus professor of economics at IESE.
Can machines substitute scientists in the crucial aspects of scientific practice? Scientific practice takes place in a context increasingly populated and executed by machines, and the objects of study are themselves increasingly constructed and identified by means of technology.
Are world leaders and world institutions up to the task of solving the ever-growing range of global problems? An international group of scholars met do debate this question and others in Geneva on February 10-11, co-hosted by STI and the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies.
The second of the 2018 holy land dialogues considers the quest of Christians and Jews to conquer the concrete realities of life.