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Founder of Wikipedia: Internet is no substitute for schools and libraries


“The process of new technology and ‘informal’ teaching tools development is irreversible. However, this process cannot force out traditional forms of knowledge transfer”, stated Jimmy D. Wales, founder of Wikipedia

Shimon Peres: Education must focus on future, not past


At the 3rd Philanthropic Round Table, entitled ‘Hi-Teach=High-Tech+Philanthropy+Education’, President of Israel Shimon Peres expressed his view that the 21st century education process must be developed in such a way that learners discussed future in the first place

Victor Pinchuk: philanthropy and high technologies are able to revolutionise education


Opening the 3rd Davos Philanthropic Roundtable, entitled "HI-TEACH = High-Tech + Education + Philanthropy", the Ukrainian businessman and public figure Victor Pinchuk said that a combination of the philanthropists' joined efforts and the latest achievements in the hi-tech industry can provide an impulse for a new revolution in education and have an effect on the modern world development in general.



Richard Branson: “Business should focus more on solving social problems”


Business must achieve its goal - making profit. But at the same time it should increasingly focus on solving social problems, said Richard Branson, founder of Virgin Corporation, at the Second Davos Philanthropic Roundtable conducted by the Victor Pinchuk Foundation during Annual Meeting of World Economic Forum.

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