Everybody has needs and wants. Some people want very basic things, like shelter, food and at least some sense of physical security. Other people are looking to maximise their careers, travel the world and want to find personal fulfilment. What all these people have in common is that they want better lives. And, in a globalised world, these people are all connected.
I imagine a world in which social responsibility is not something exceptional but where it is the norm and not limited by geographic, ethnic, religious or other borders. Where individuals take care of their communities; where companies understand and optimise their social and environmental impact; where governments put their citizens’ welfare above political and personal gain; and where global solidarity is taken seriously and development aid is provided and received in an effective and efficient manner. In other words, I imagine a world where societal progress is measured not only in economic but also in social and environmental terms. I believe that this is possible.
I aim to facilitate these processes at all levels by making good use of my particular set of knowledge, skills and experiences.