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Esharelife Think Tank (ETT) is an independent, non-profit organization that is not affiliated with any political parties or businesses. Its main goal is to serve as a platform for individuals to share their ideas and knowledge on global development and the future of the planet. The organization aims to bring together like-minded individuals from various backgrounds, such as intellectuals, business representatives, academics, and more, to share their insights and perspectives on critical issues facing the world today.

One of the key focus areas of ETT is the philosophy of sharing in the digital age. With the rapid advancement of technology and the increasing role of the internet in our lives, ETT believes that it is important to explore how we can use these tools to promote sharing and collaboration among individuals and communities. The organization will work with other think tanks to research and discuss the potential of digital platforms to facilitate sharing and cooperation and to identify ways to maximize their impact.

Another important aspect of ETT’s mission is to provide valuable information and foster discussions on important issues. The organization will actively disseminate information that is worth reading and will encourage lively discussion on matters that concern all of us. Through its website, social media, and other channels, ETT will make sure that the voices of its members are heard and that their ideas are given a platform to be discussed.

Lastly, ETT aims to generate funds to support the educational needs of children in the most deprived regions of the world. The organization will work with partners and sponsors to raise funds and will use these resources to support educational initiatives in underprivileged communities around the world. By working to improve access to education, ETT hopes to empower future generations to build a better and more equitable world.

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A conversation with the Rt Hon Sir David Lidington KCB CBE

July 14, 2021, 5 pm – 6 pm  BST

Esharelife Think Tank & San Marino Think Tank organised a webinar with a special guest the Rt Hon Sir David Lidington KCB CBE, dedicated to the challenges of promoting democracy and its values in our contemporary world…

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The Legacy of Anna Dengel- Pioneering Spirit, Healing Presence

May 25, 2021, 5 pm – 6 pm BST

Esharelife Think Tank in collaboration with the Medical Mission Sisters, with the patronage of the Republic of San Marino Consulate, organised a webinar with special guest Miriam Therese Winter….

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A conversation with Mr Andrew Rosindell MP

May 13, 2021 3 pm – 4 pm BST

Esharelife Think Tank & San Marino Think Tank cordially invite you to a virtual conversation with Mr Andrew Rosindell MP, Chairman of San Marino APPG at the UK Parliament.

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Latest Publications

Could the UK possibly do without a UKCA marking?

This paper aims to elaborate on the related issues for the UK business in implementing the new UKCA marking requirements.

The UK left the EU single market at 11PM on 31st December 2020. The United Kingdom Conformity Assessed or UKCA mark is being phased in from 1st January 2021 to replace the CE mark in Great Britain  (England, Wales, and Scotland)…

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Preserving democracy by active neutrality Challenges vs Benefits

This paper aims to provide a historical and socio-political perspective on the concept of neutrality and its recent evolutions, especially concerning small states. We will discuss in depth the principle of neutrality, which the Republic of San Marino has applied widely, and its most recent development in light of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

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Hoping for the best, preparing for the worst / Growth scare, Recession or Soft Landing?

As the global economy started to recover from its recession caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, there has been an increased demand for products – especially consumer goods – and materials. The ongoing war in Ukraine is a major factor contributing to higher commodity prices, pushing up inflation around the world.  The cost of raw materials had been on the rise …

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