Pathways to peace and justice

In September 2015, 196 heads of states adopted a set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all.  Each goal has specific targets to be achieved over the next 15 years.

 The question is: How can we work together across cultures, disciplines and generations to make it happen? 

Gribskov in North Zealand, Denmark will address this challenge in the ongoing Pathways Project and organize a series of 17 Meshwork meetings leading to personal, local and global actions.

The kick off will be focusing on SDG 16: “Peace, Justice and Inclusive Institutions” on World Peace Day, 21 September 2016.

Local and international participants, including young change makers from the four corners of the world, will meet with prominent global change leaders for two intensive days to connect, share, learn and plan.

Together we will explore how active conflict transformation skills combine with inner peace practices, and define which specific elements we will work on to co-create significant breakthroughs.

Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard, a celebrated figure in the history of humanity’s search for meaning, enjoyed to walk along the coast of North Zealand.  We will follow his footsteps and place a Peace Pole at his favorite place Gilbjerghoved by the Kattegat Sea.


NB! Community building and networking is weaved into the program design

Skærmbillede 2016-08-30 kl. 12.55.41

Date: 21-22 September 2016

Location: Gribskov Denmark

The event is organized by Transition World, Club of Budapest Scandinavia, The Hague Center for Global Governance, Emergence and Innovation and Gribskov Municipality in collaboration with 17Goals, The Goi Peace Foundation, The World Peace Prayer Society, Mindjuice and Center for Conscious Evolution.

  • Bente Milton is co-founder of Transition World and President of Club of Budapest Scandinavia
  • Alan AtKisson is an independent advisor to the UN and initiator of the 17Goals campaign
  • Anne-Marie Voorhoeven is co-founder of the Hague Center for Global Governance, Emergence and Innovation – and Global Strategy Director at The Club of Budapest International.
  • Juan Carlos Kaiten is Collaboration Architect at the Hague Center for Global Governance, Emergence and Innovation.
  • Søren Byder is Partner at Walk to Explore.
  • Fumi Johns Stewart is Executive Director of the World Peace Prayer Society.
  • Patrick Petit is an international Mediator and representative to the United Nations of the Goi Peace Foundation
  • Barbara Marx Hubbard is President of the Foundation for Conscious Evolution.

For more information about the Pathways Project please visit our website:

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