In 2019, over 100 students, activists, educators, scholars, and practitioners convened in Salzburg, Austria to identify, design and deploy responses to the crisis of disbelief across the globe.
This group was motivated by a commitment to each other, and to combat the fracturing of societies and erosion of trust that is plaguing our civic societies. These faces represent beauty, diversity, and passion. They are the heart and sole of this project, and reflect the effort required to make meaningful interventions in the world. In the words of Margaret Mead at the Salzburg Global Seminar 72 years ago:
Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has