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On May 26 IE Business School held Global Village 2011, the School's key multicultural event, where some 600 students from over 80 countries showed off the best of their countries' culture, cuisine, art and traditions.
Global Village 2011 comprised stands from 44 countries which gave out information on tourist attractions and cultural legacies, complete with cooking demonstrations, and music and dance from different countries, including capoeira from Brazil, belly dancing, typical Indian dances, Mexican rancheras and flamenco guitar.
The money raised from entrance tickets for the event will be used to fund the IE Social Responsibility Forum, set to take place in November. The Forum is an international workshop on social responsibility in business organizations.
María Quesada, Director of the IE Business School's Student Office, explained that Global Village is organized by Net Impact and IE's Corporate Responsibility club to celebrate diversity at the School. "IE is considered one of the most diverse schools in the world in terms of the number of nationalities we have on campus. Our key objective is to enable students and graduates from different countries to share their cuisine, folklore and traditions with the rest of the IE community".
On June 1 IE held the third edition of its IE days. IE Women's Day: Women who are not afraid of power focused on the challenges facing women who hold senior management positions. Participants in the debate included Mónica Deza, Vice President for Innovation at McCann World Group España; Mª Paz Sánchez, Director for Spain at General Electric Capital; and Elisa Martínez de Miguel, Executive Partner at Newmann.
On June 1 IE Business School, the World Tourism Organization, the Themis Foundation and Uruguay's Ministry for Tourism and Sport presented the case study Uruguay: the differentiation of an emerging tourist destination.
Jesús Abadía, Director of Environment and Sustainable Development at Endesa and holder of an Executive MBA from IE Business School, shared his insights into emerging trends in the energy sector with participants in IE's Energy Day held on May 19.
IE Business School has organized an Impact Weekend (www.impactwknd.org), set to take place May 27 - 29.