Centre for Big Synergy celebrates the first International day for Synergy
Category: Press release | Date: October 25, 2019 |By: Centre for Big Synergy, London. UK.
Today, the Centre for Big Synergy (CBS) is celebrating the first International day for Synergy.
The International Day for Synergy has been established by CBS to honour and celebrate the accomplishments of true ‘synergists’ i.e. changemakers who have harnessed the power of synergy in their communities or even across nations to achieve the impossible. This day inspires everyone to follow their footsteps, and take note of the United Nations 2030 Agenda.
The accomplishments of the extraordinary array of 24 individuals and groups below are being celebrated today.
- Spès Nihangaza (Burundi)
- Carolyn Laub (USA)
- Ola Abú Al Ghaib (Palestine)
- Alain Nteff (Cameroon)
- Kamal Mouzawak (Lebanon)
- V. Ramanjaneyulu (India)
- Amani El Tunsi (Egypt)
- Maryam Bibi (Pakistan)
- Thomas Bayne (UK)
- James Kofi Annan (Ghana)
- Stephen Dewar, Philip Watts and Frank Fish (USA and Cananda)
- Nnaemeka Ikegwuonu (Nigeria)
- Julien Noé (France)
- Laurindo Garcia (Singapore)
- Shriyans Bhandari and Ramesh Dhami (India)
- Nthabiseng Mosia (Sierra Leone)
- Raphael Fellmer (Germany)
- Camilo Jimenez (Colombia)
- Abhishek Ray (India)
- Marissa Begonia (UK)
- Sebastião Salgado and Lélia Deluiz Wanick Salgado (Brazil)
- Jadav Payeng (India)
- Gunhild Stordalen (Norway)
- Ian Griffiths, Raka Mondal, Sirshendu De, Sourav Mondal and Krishnasri Venkata (UK and India)
To learn more about the accomplishments of these leaders and follow on their footsteps visit thebigsynergy.org.
The 25th of October will be celebrated ever year to felicitate notable ‘synergists’ from across the world with the prestigious honorary fellowships of CBS, London, for their tireless efforts in creating a thriving, able and responsible tomorrow for all of us.
Optimal synergy amongst ideas and actions is often the source of exponential impact when it comes to solving the major problems of our times.
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