The New Humanism project at the 3rd International Non Monogamies and Contemporary Intimacies Conference

The New Humanism project in Barcelona, cracking ideas about contemporary intimacies.

Our modern methods and overcodes of social and political life may be seen as signs of social, political and even moral progress, given that they are the results of historical emancipatory struggles away from the often brutal oppressions by the pre-modern elites of emperors and priests, but in essence they are not designed to cope with the complexity, uncertainty and ambiguity of that life.… Read more > >

Our pilot workshop: (education for a) Cosmopolitanism beyond Comfort Zones – 27 September 2019, New York

pilot workshop
(education for a) Cosmopolitanism beyond Comfort Zones

Friday 27 September 2019
Sukyo center, 124 E 31st St, New York, 9am-5pm

An initiative of the New Humanism Project team, hosted at the Sukyo Center New York and with support of UNITY EARTH, The Interspiritual Network, the National Ethical Service, the World Council of Peoples for the United Nations and the Forum 21 Institute.… Read more > >

The New Humanism Project at the Latin America and the Caribbean Climate Week, Salvador de Bahia, Brazil

We were invited to contribute to the Capacity-building Knowledge to Action Day on 19 August 2019. This event is part of the United Nations Latin America and the Caribbean Climate Week, organised in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil.

Background:

Even when there is a great variety of institutional arrangements for climate change mitigation and adaptation in every country, the continuous participation of local, national and regional stakeholders, including research institutions and universities is considered crucial to enhance climate action and ambition.… Read more > >

Bringing spicy ideas to the Research Dialogue at the United Nations Climate Change conference, Bonn

We were invited to contribute to the Eleventh meeting of the Research Dialogue ‘Science for Transformation’ as part of the United Nations Climate Change conference in Bonn. We worked on theme 2 Transformative adaptation and climate resilient development and provided answers to two interesting questions:

What do you consider to be the priority topics or questions on which we need to develop further research to succeed in transformative adaptation and climate resilient development?Read more > >

The New Humanism Project at the United Nations Resilience Frontiers gathering in South Korea, 8 – 12 April 2019

We were invited to participate in a ‘disruptive brainstorming conference’ on the future of resilience, organised by the secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Happy to be among (what they call) ‘100 visionary thinkers and thought leaders’ from international organizations and non-profit, private and academic/research entities, and looking forward to discuss  visions for our common future against the backdrop of resilience.… Read more > >