Features

Montréal – Paving the Path for Progress

Fresh off its 375th birthday, Montréal has morphed into Canada’s cultural capital, offering a certain je ne sais quoi that’s not quite North American, but not entirely European, either, writes Lane Nieset.

Jerusalem – A Growing Knowledge Hub

The longest inhabited city on the globe, Jerusalem, Israel’s capital, is not only a holy place for three of the world’s major religions, it’s also an evolving association destination.

Hackathons for Associations?

Traditionally, hackathons are events that focus on entrepreneurship and engineering, culminating in the creation of inspiring prototypes and new ideas. Taking a note from the tech world, associations are realising the value in this dedicated type of group problem solving.

A Trailblazer in Infectious Disease Research

In Canada, there are many professors and scientists, research centres and institutions committed to improving the health of Canadians in particular and people in general through the support of research in infectious diseases.

An Emerging Knowledge-Based Economy in Rwanda

Betting on a knowledge-based economy, the country’s continuing growth can indeed be attributed to its good governance and sound fiscal discipline, as well as to the commitment from both its public and private sectors to build a more equitable country.