Belgium organizes a competition and a new Prophetic Economy event
One of the main characteristics of Prophetic Economy is the dynamism with which it was born and now continues to be replicated in many cities around the world. This is the case of Brussels, Belgium, where an event will take place on October 12, in which, in addition to having a large and substantial group of panelists, will be awarded the winners of the best practices competition.
The contest is aimed at people, companies and organizations that already work for a more fair economy, at the service of people, the environment and the future, with special attention to the poor. The aim of this competition is to give visibility and recognition to innovators who guided by a bold vision or a true vocation, transmit positive energy to the economy. Uncovering these gems is essential to building a better future. Through their actions, these innovators are paving the way to a just and sustainable future. The competition is open until August 30 and the first three places will be awarded on October 12 in Brussels.
The preparation of the great event has been in the hands of young people, entrepreneurs, change - makers and organizations that believe passionately in human development & sustainability. In order to do this, they have already made two stages prior to the big event. The first was in Gent and the last one took place this week in Brussels, in the facilities of a social restaurant. The objective of these previous meetings is to invite people, organizations and projects that are interested in collaborating with the initiative.
Through a dynamic exchange of good practices – including outstanding contributions from the younger participants – a collaborative network can emerge of “prophetic actions” already happening in the here-and-now.
If you are interested in getting more information about the event, a website has been created especially for this occasion and is available in French and Flamingo: www.propheticeconomybelgium.org or you can write to the email: firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also access the rules of the contest by clicking here.