I connect worlds – unconditionally.

My name is Christina E. Zech and I am idea giver for politics and societies of tomorrow. As founder and president of the Connect Worlds Association, headquartered in Zürich, I regularly invite to the World Salon, where persons from economy, politics, education, media and culture meet with dedicated citizens in order to, as the Manager Magazin nonchalantly called it – „try to find reason in the global chaos“. Connecting worlds | Christina E. Zech for a peaceful world

An international reconciliation and the further development of all societies, is my concern – because only so can the living conditions for all people in the world sustainably improve. I want to help solve the deepest conflicts of humanity: persistent as the Middle East conflict, new emerging as the integration of artificial intelligence, permanent international such as dealing with migration and climate change or the reorganization of social systems in aging societies.

It is my greatest passion to take people with their mindset to the next level of mental development, enabling them to embrace new forms of coexistence between nations and generations.

For this I bring the deepest depths historically, politically and mentally vividly and positively to the point. I show clearly the decisive set screws.

World Salon

In the World Salon I am not alone hostess, but also idea generator. For this purpose, I also put up my own concepts for discussion, stimulating innovative thinking that can overcome what seems to be opposites. Participants from around the world praise the atmosphere in my salons, without any ratings but with valuating listening and plenty of inspiration.

As publisher manager, I was responsible for award-winning history books when I hosted my first salon in Leipzig in 2010 – and thus for the European Enlightenment. Other world salons followed in Zurich, Brussels and Berlin.

Keynotes and Consulting

Since then, I have been giving keynote addresses, giving impetus in fireplace conversation and creating workshops or negotiating rounds for the leaders of multinational companies and political organizations.


I write about the crucial issues of our time and encourage effective systematic solutions.