Conferences, projects and special events held in cooperation with friends in Israel
Extensive B.I.O. e-learning programmes in biopolicy and sustainable development
Biopolitics International Organisation and Hellenic Chapter of the Club of Rome symposium on The Greek Economy after the Global Crisis – In Search of a New Paradigm for Development” , Athens Club, Athens. Press Release
Organisation and roundtable chair on “Environmental and Economic Crises, The Need to Build a Green Society – Green Salary and the Reversal of Unemployment” Athens Money Show, Hilton Hotel. Programme, Photos
Profit and the Bio-Environment: Building a New Society of Hope, Athens Money Show. Roundtable discussions with the participation of government representatives, Ambassadors, environmental experts and business executives. Programme En, Programme Gr
“To speak for the world – a selection of speeches and statements by Dag Hammarskjold, Secretary-General of the United Nations 1953-1961” book presentation in commemoration of Dag Hammarskjold’s centenary, attended by Ambassadors, official representatives and academics from 26 countries, Athens. Press release, Programme
Cooperation in the B.I.O. e-learning programme “Biopolicy – Education to Enrich Sustainability.”
David Sasson, Ambassador of Israel, participates as member of the Honorary Committee for the Bios Prize awarded to Dr. Ruud Lubbers, High Commissioner of the UNHCR.
The B.I.O. President delivers a keynote address at the International Professionals Forum in the Middle East held in Ein Boqeq.
Participation by Professor Edna Aphek, University of Jerusalem, Professor Lev Fishelson, Department of Zoology of the Tel Aviv University; Professor Baruch Kimor, Faculty of Agricultural Engineering, Technion – Israel Institute of Technology; and Professor J. Stefan Rokem, Department of Applied Microbiology, Institute of Microbiology, Hebrew University, Hadassah Medical School, in the International Sakharov Festival including contributions to the volume of proceedings.
Professor Edna Aphek, The Seminary of Judaic Studies; Professor Lev Fishelson, University of Tel Aviv; Mayer Gabay, Esq., Civil Service Commissioner, Former Director General, Ministry of Justice; His Excellency Ambassador Moshe Gilboa, Former Ambassador of Israel in Greece; Dr. J. Glass, Ministry of the Environment; Professor Baruch Kimor, Faculty of Agricultural Engineering, Technion Israel Institute of Technology; Dr. Uri Marinov, Director General, Ministry of the Environment; and Dr. Amram Pruginin, Deputy Director General, Ministry of the Environment, participate in the Fourth B.I.O. International Conference on “The International University for the Bio-Environment” and contribute to the volume of proceedings.
B.I.O. Hellenic-Israeli Symposium themed “The Bio-Environment in a Meta-industrial Society” and featuring leading Israeli industrialist, Stef Wertheimer, as keynote speaker. BioNews no. 6, April 1996, p. 21.
Following the B.I.O. President’s offical visit to Israel, links are established between B.I.O. and several Israeli universities.
Lecture by Ambassador Moshe Gilboa at the Third B.I.O. International Conference on “Biopolitics – Curriculum Reforms” held in Athens, and contribution to the volume of proceedings.
Presentation and participation by Mayer Gabay, Civil Service Commissioner and f. Director General of the Ministry of Justice and âõ Ambassador Moshe Gilboa, in the Third B.I.O. International Conference on “Proposals for a Biocentric Curriculum” held in Athens.
Biopolitics lecture to the Israeli community in Greece.
Official visit to Israel, including a presentation of B.I.O. to the UNA Board as well as policy-makers from universities, government and industry.
Mayer Gabay, Civil Service Commissioner and f. Director General of the Ministry of Justice of Israel, participates in the Second B.I.O. International Conference on “Bios in the Next Millennium” and contributes to the volume of proceedings.
Haim Klugman, Director General to the Ministry of Justice of Israel, participates in the First B.I.O. International Conference on “Biopolitics and International Cooperation,” held in Athens, and contributes to the volume of proceedings.