The Vision Seminar
Vision is a Europe-wide seminar series aiming to discuss an IEM-related topic among students and facilitators.
The Vision seminars offer lectures, workshops and case studies held by professors, businessmen, and other facilitators. Further, company visits, discussion rounds trainings and leisure activities are included in a seminar. However, the seminars are not only focused on academic purposes. As a second aim, raising the cultural awareness of the participants, getting to know foreign cities and establish inter cultural relationships, completes Vision's purpose. The 2010/11 Vision: Leadership through Engagement term was organised in close cooperation with a research team from the Aalto University in Helsinki.
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“A child of three cannot raise its chubby fist to its mouth to remove a piece of carpet which it is through eating, without being made the subject of a psychological seminar of child-welfare experts, and written up, along with five hundred other children of three who have put their hands to their mouths for the same reason.”
—Robert Benchley (18891945)
“I wish I could take back some of the things I said and some of the things I did. But in the bigger picture, I dont feel that it was violent and terrible. I feel like it was primarilyobviously not completelymoral, based on a vision that the government should be better, and that people could be better, and that democracy should be real.”
—Bernardine Dohrn (b. 1942)