Susan George speaks about why and how has spent the last several decades working for the common good, studying the rich to serve the poor, writing seventeen books and sharing her philosophy and scientific research on power. She helps us to decode the societal challenges at stake in a globalized, deeply flawed world.
Susan George is a Franco-American political and social scientist, activist and writer on global social justice, poverty, underdevelopment and debt. Eighty years old at the time of this talk, you will feel her inspiring strength as she shares her insights on using social science for societal changemaking. She is a “scholar-activist”, a prolific writer and public speaker involved in many alter-globalisation movements and serves as President of the Transnational Institute in Amsterdam and honorary president of ATTAC-France.