The latest issue of the journal CREDO features a variety of articles on the topic of “community spirit” and offers some surprising insights.
Why not order a printed copy for your summer reading, or browse the current issue of CREDO online?
Every community depends on committed people, and this issue of CREDO introduces some of them. There is Jim Capraro, for example, who campaigns to make Southwest Chicago a place worth living in. And Dominik Scheuten, principal of the German School in Medellín, who requires his students to show personal commitment towards less privileged members of the community. Five volunteers from Switzerland, Germany, China, Russia and Greece tell us how and why they decided to start working for the common good. One of them is Dieter Burkhardt, a former general practitioner from Männedorf, who trains physicians in Tajikistan. Carte Blanche is devoted to Hans Rudolf Herren, a winner of the Alternative Nobel Prize who is convinced that we can only feed the earth’s growing population in an eco-friendly manner.
We would like our journal CREDO, which is published twice a year, to demonstrate to you what we understand by “wealth culture,” and what values are important to us as a bank. You can either read it online or subscribe to the printed edition free of charge.
Copies of some of the earlier issues of CREDO are still available. Why not take this opportunity to order back issues free of charge?