A recap from yesterday. Check out some of the 7 Days of Genius events that happened around the world:
- In Mexico City, Impact Hub and Movillidad hosted a pitch night around the topic of genius ideas in mobility.
- At the Whizin Center for Continuing Education in Los Angeles, CA, historian and author John Paul Thornton identified and exposed the profound secret lessons that existed within some of the masterpieces of the world’s greatest master-artists.
- Meanwhile, in NYC Think Olio celebebrated an unknown genius. Nancy Cunard was a genius flapper, muse, and poet of the Jazz Age. Learn more about Nancy and the event here!
- Mexico City wasn’t the only city where people were pitching their genius ideas last night. In Budapest, Impact Hub hosted a pro action cafe on genius ideas, an evening with creative and inspirational conversations where participants were invited to share ideas and get input to help move from questions to action.
- In Liberia, UN Women & Messengers for Peace co-hosted an event with a series of activities such as debate, poem recitation, cultural dance & more.
- And in Nepal, Spiny Babbler brought together individuals from the government, schools, pre-schools, and shelters to unearth young geniuses and showcase their ideas and their solutions for a nation that is suffering.
- And continue to follow #thatsgenius to see the great tweets from our global UN Women partners exploring genius solutions to gender inequality. Here’s a couple of the amazing tweets you’ll find: