Anahuac University (Mexico) We celebrate the relationship between Israel and Mexico with the Academic Forum on Technology for Peace
On November 14, the Universidad Anáhuac México Campus Norte in partnership with the Embassy of Israel held the Academic Forum of Technology for Peace, in commemoration of 70 years of relations between Israel and Mexico.
As part of the event, an exhibition of 30 photographs was held highlighting Israel’s technological contributions in areas such as the economy, environment, health and communications, to name a few.
During his conference, Mr. Emil Alon, founder and CEO of Resonai, shared a human perspective of technologies, since they add value to society by solving problems in various economic, environmental, social challenges, among others.
For her part, Dr. Laura Iturbide Galindo, director of the Anahuac Business Development Institute (IDEA) and academic coordinator of theMaster’s Degree in Economics and Business; Dr. Tamara Kolangui Nisanof, academic director of the Israel + Latin American Network Foundation and founder of the Shimon Peres Chair for Peace, and Barry Cooper, partner in Mexico of Homebiogas, spoke about the way in which government involvement in innovation projects should exist as a key to the integration of the emerging generation. seeking the development of technologies aimed at creating mutual benefits, in addition to the promotion of ventures that have great social and environmental impact, such as Homebiogas.
In this regard, Iturbide Galindo pointed out that the government has to bet on innovation and technology, “thus, students who want to be entrepreneurs can look to academia to be advised and then develop well-founded ideas that match the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs),” he added.
The Anahuac University Mexico has a very close relationship with the community of Israel in our country and works hand in hand with institutions and organizations to contribute to the development of a culture of peace, among many other things with that community.