The Sustainable Development Goals: The Missing Dimension
In Geneva this April, The Relational Thinking Network hosted its first Round Table Dialogue , focusing on the “missing dimension” in Social Development Goals. You can download Dr. Michael Schluter’s paper below. A report will follow soon on the conference itself.

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Staff at HQ in Cambridge, England:

Dr Michael Schluter, CBE - Chief Executive

Michael trained as an economist before working as a research fellow with the International Food Policy Research Institute, and economics consultant with the World Bank in East Africa. He and his wife Auriel have 3 married children, and 12 grandchildren. Michael is now a social entrepreneur and has launched six charities whose work includes international peace-building (Concordis International), alternative finance (Citylife) and social policy (Credit Action). In 1994, Michael launched the Relationships Foundation; he is also on the board of Relationships Forum Australia. He is co-author of The R Factor (1993), Jubilee Manifesto (2005) and The Relational Manager (September 2009) and has contributed to a number of other books looking at social issues from a relational perspective. He is an experienced speaker who has addressed audiences all over the world, and was awarded a CBE in the Queen’s new year honours in 2009.

Marilyn Collins - PA to Chief Executive

Marilyn is married with two grown up children, and before becoming a full-time mother, she worked as PA to one of the directors of a consultancy firm in the Cambridge Science Park. After her career break she re-entered the secretarial world as PA to the Keeper of the Archives at Churchill College. Marilyn has worked at Jubilee House since 1990 and has been Michael Schluter's PA for 17 years, first within the Relationships Foundation and now as part of the Relational Research team.