Says Umair Haque. „Who would have thought that technology would point to living in Dignity? Glorious!“ Michael Boyer, social media designate. „…Minds are the beings out there. In the world. It’s full of them. They’re going extinct. And here we are, obsessing over…bots. It’s absurd, ridiculous, and gross. What’s our moral duty? What makes us human? Well,„Forget the AI hype“ weiterlesen
Renewables to Be World’s Top Electricity Source by 2025
This appears to be good news. Brett Wilkins looks at an achievable future. Read more at: https://www.commondreams.org/news/renewable-energy
The Ecocide debate appears to slowly bear fruit. The resolution calls for the 46 member states of the Council to “build and consolidate a legal framework for the enhanced protection of the environment in armed conflicts at national, European and international levels” Read more at https://www.stopecocide.earth/breaking-news-2023/council-of-europe-assembly-adopts-resolution-to-codify-ecocide
A present to the world
Yes, we have often given a message to the world. This time we send the gift of music. As of the Annual Conference in December, we released the Dignity Song „Just Be Human“ as an anthem to our cause. #digniworld puts it online on our YouTube channel today and we link it here for your„A present to the world“ weiterlesen
Peter Coleman’s presentation
see the presentation of „The Way Out“ from the annual conference on YouTube. Peter T. Coleman is professor of psychology and education at Columbia University, where he holds a joint appointment at Teachers College and the Earth Institute and directs two research centers. In addition to recently published The Way Out: How to Overcome Toxic Polarization, he„Peter Coleman’s presentation“ weiterlesen
Annual Conference Review
We celebrate our 19th successful annual workshop at Columbia University in New York City. The workshop was dedicated to the World Dignity University initiative (WDUi) and titled, „For People and the Planet: Learning for a Future of Dignity.“ It took place on 9th December on Zoom. Yesterday, editing and uploading all videos and pictures was„Annual Conference Review“ weiterlesen
The Digniversity as we see it:
Evelin Lindner and Linda Hartling presented a framework for the WDUi on Friday – Learning for a Dignified and Dignifying Future — Evelin Lindner, Founding President of HumanDHS and Global Ambassador of the WDUi, and Linda Hartling, Director of HumanDHS Evelin: The World Dignity University (WDU) initiative is an invitation by its founders to all educators and„The Digniversity as we see it:“ weiterlesen
Book in for Friday!
There are some slots available for the Annual Conference on Friday, book in at this link. https://www.eventbrite.de/e/2022-annual-humandhs-workshop-the-world-dignity-university-initiative-tickets-464558917227
Anger Management: In Armenia, Nurturing Emotional Intelligence.
Yes, HumanDHS people are everywhere. That may be at the heart of the World Dignity University Initiative. See Dr. Ani Kalayjian of „Meaningful World“ discussing the situation in Armenia with psychologist Marietta Khurshudyan.
A Gift for You!
From Francisco Gomes de Matos Please download and share this wonderful poster on The Linguistic Rights of the Elderly by peace linguist Francisco Gomes de Matos, a co-founder of the World Dignity University initiative anď co-founder of ABA Global Education in Recife, Brazil. Download the PDF here.