About the lecture
This interactive workshop was held in open form, with accent on discussion. The focus was on raising questions and giving all the participants a chance to offer their perspective regarding different subjects, such as: What is the new global order? Where does Serbia stand within these flows? Do we notice trends in historical development of our society? What will our future look like, and how to get there?
Slavko Andrejević and the participants of the third cycle of the NELT Educational Program had a discussion on this topic.
“Closing your eyes isn’t going to change anything. Nothing’s going to disappear just because you can’t see what’s going on. In fact, things will even be worse the next time you open your eyes. That’s the kind of world we live in. Keep your eyes wide open. Only a coward closes his eyes. Closing your eyes and plugging up your ears won’t make time stand still.”
The NELT Company organizes the third cycle of the NELT Educational Program aimed to students, in a collaboration with Nova Iskra and Gallery 12 Hub. Within the third cycle of NEP, 25 selected students will have an opportunity to develop their practical skills from the field of creativity and entrepreneurship, but also to spread their views about critical thinking, teamwork, project development. The trainees will participate in the unique experience of collaboration and knowledge, this year under the slogan THINK FUTURE!
Slavko works in investment banking, in London. He is a partner in the Investment Funds Group in Barclays Capital/Barclays Bank plc, where he is in charge of relations with the biggest global and European investment funds in London.
Slavko finished his bachelor studies of Political Sciences at Middlebury College, in the USA, in addition to holding a degree of L'Institut D'etudes Politiques de Paris. He finished his magister studies in Business and Finance at Harvard University in the USA. He used to work for the Government of Serbia, as well as for Rothschild family bank. He is one of the founders of the ICT Hub Ventures, the first venture capital fund in the Balkans. He speaks Serbo-Croatian, English, French, and Russian.