Edmund Hillary Fellowship launch – Aotearoa New Zealand, January 27, 2017

Image

Learn more about the Fellowship programme at: http://www.ehf.org and http://www.hillaryinstitute.com

“I Have A Dream” – Martin Luther King Jr. 1963

Image

The Film | “Celebrate What’s Right With the World – Changing the world one celebration at a time.” – Dewitt Jones

Image

celebrate-whats-right-with-the-world

 

Source: The Film | Celebrate What’s Right With the World – Changing the world one celebration at a time.

“New Zealand Rap” – Brian Monahan

Image

“Hillary Institute confirms Tim Jackson as its 2016 Laureate”

Image

Hillary Institute of International Leadership

“Ecological Economist & Playwright” Tim Jackson is the 2016 Hillary Laureate for exceptional mid-career Leadership in “Capital for Change”. Jackson, director of the Centre for the Understanding of Sustainable Prosperity at the University of Surrey (UK), is the Institute’s 7th annual, global Laureate since 2009.

HIIL - Tim Jackson

 

“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is …” Martin Luther King, Jr

Image

Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’

Martin Luther King, Jr

peeps - pol, In this August 28, 1963 file photo, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. acknowledges the crowd at the Lincoln Memorial for his “I Have a Dream” speech during the March on Washington. (AP Photo:File)

Hillary Institute of International Leadership – Annual Dinner 2015

Image

The Hillary Institute’s 8th Annual Hillary Dinner (October 22nd 2015 at The George Hotel in Christchurch, Aotearoa New Zealand) was another great success, led in person by MIKE BRUNE with support from JEREMY LEGGETT (from London), Prof. PAUL MILLAR (University of Canterbury, NZ) and Kiwi Connect‘s YOSEPH AYELE.

Ed Talk #1 – Mike Brune – “Fighting Climate Change is something we GET to do, not just something we have to do

HIIL - Mike Brune ED Talk #2 November 2015

Ed Talk #2 – Jeremy Leggett – “Winning the Carbon War”

We’re very grateful to the Friends of the Institute who joined us on the evening:

“… just wanted to say thanks for putting on a great show … very inspiring night great company and amazing speeches. What more can you ask for?”. TJ.

“… thank you again for the invite – really enjoyed myself last night and went away really inspired!”. BW.

“… it was like some crazy High School Reunion … and launching straight back into where we all left off. Such a great group of people. Such fantastic and inspiring speakers too. Thankyou so much for including me. Very, very much appreciated. Now I need to work out where I can fit into this beautiful puzzle”. RM.

“… thanks for a great evening – what an intellectually stimulating and challenging set of speakers you presented us with. I found it inspiring and came away with a sense of the positive that Mike and Jeremy were inculcating All best”.  SW.

Last night I had the privilege of attending the Hillary Institute of International Leadership annual dinner and it left me with a big, bubbling soup of feelings … excitement, inspiration, impatience, anxiety, determination, agitation, awe … there’s probably more. It’s a lot to contain. I feel like I’m on the cusp of being able to step into a more purposeful version of my life”. RJ. 

For further information and a copy of our annual report visit the Hillary Institute’s website.