The Bonn Salon adresses Christian non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in the field of development cooperation that often face special challenges, particularly with regards to self-conception, fundraising, public relations and operational activities. This has much to do with the fact that missionary-evangelistic work on the one hand and social-charitable, benevolent or development-policy related work on the other have to be reconciled – which proves to be a constant task in many contexts.
The main idea of the Bonn Salon is to strengthen Christian development NGOs in their special character and to set inspirational impulses in the areas of self-understanding, fundraising and leadership. As a closed conference, the Bonn Salon offers the necessary exclusivity and confidentiality for dealing adequately with the food for thought offered. During the Bonn Salon the Chatham House rule applies (open discussion during the conference; possibility to use all obtained information outside the conference, but without direct citation).
Participation in the Bonn Salon is only possible by personal invitation. Invitees are CEOs and senior managers of Christian non-governmental organizations with activities in the field of development cooperation.
30/31 January 2020
Opening: Thursday, 11 am
Conclusion: Friday, 1:30 pm
250 EUR plus VAT (cost-covering conference flat rate)
in the areas of self-image, fundraising and leadership
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Key issues in recent years
Guiding Theme: World in motion - Mission in motion - Theology in motion
The pace of change in our world is accelerating noticeably. How do we perceive these decisive and sometimes disruptive upheavals? How do we remain or are we effective in the present and the future with our work? And how do we create and maintain a relevant and powerful theology in this change?
- Forum I – Open Eyes
World in motion (migration, digitisation)
- Forum II – Open Hands
Mandate in motion (new fields of work, new structures, new topics)
- Forum III – Open Mouth
Theology in motion (contemporary proclamation in 2020)