Corona makes change easier. Digniworld says: do it now!

Ullrich Fichtner author of ‚The Spiegel‘ title story- – „Even before the arrival of COVID-19, humanity found itself stuck in several crises at once. The current shock delivered by the coronavirus could accelerate a paradigm shift that was already underway. It may result in a better and more sustainable world.“ Digniworld says: may? Must! Read„Corona makes change easier. Digniworld says: do it now!“ weiterlesen

Indigenous People In Brazilian Amazon Face Covid-19 and Loggers

Telesur English Reports- – „Concerns about the survival of some ethnic groups are particularly acute, particularly the Karipuna in the western state of Rondonia, which borders Bolivia. That tribe is believed to consist of just 58 people and has seen its lands systematically invaded by illegal loggers…“ Read more at-

…and Transformations

Director Linda M. Hartling has contributed to this book at – – „Using the study of dignity and humiliation as a common foundation, this book examines some of the most challenging topics of our time…“ See more at–

We aren’t just stopping coronavirus. We’re building a new world

Eric Holthaus, author– „We are in mourning for a familiar world that has suddenly vanished. The old world is not coming back. There is a tangible sense of grief and loss. It’s a moment of triage for the entire planet. There are striking parallels between this short-term fight against Covid-19 and the long-term fight for a„We aren’t just stopping coronavirus. We’re building a new world“ weiterlesen

Rainforest protectors in danger

Dr. Martha Eddy sends us a warning about Brazil: ‚Public prosecutors have gone to court asking for the suspension of Lopes Dias’s appointment because it poses a real “risk of ethnocide and genocide” for uncontacted tribes. Indigenous organizations and experts in Brazil are also highly critical of the appointment. Joênia Wapixana, Brazil’s first indigenous woman„Rainforest protectors in danger“ weiterlesen

Simple best practice example

Anis Chowdhury and Jomo Kwame Sundaram authors: Physical distancing, social solidarityKerala state in southwestern India, with a population of 35 million, has become “a model state in the fight against Covid-19”. Its Left Front-led government was among the first to introduce precautionary state-wide measures against the novel coronavirus threat… Read More here–

Out of the coronavirus crisis, a new kinder and better world must be born

Prof. Kamran Mofid, Founder, Globalisation for the Common Good Initiative (GCGI), author– „In all my academic life, spanning over four decades, I have been dismayed, frustrated and overwhelmed with pain to notice that our education model has not embraced the beauty and the wisdom of our mother nature and our sacred earth, corporating them into„Out of the coronavirus crisis, a new kinder and better world must be born“ weiterlesen

Thoughts on the Crisis

Our founder, Dr. Evelin Lindner has formed some thoughts about the crisis. „In 2018, we learned something interesting. Media theorist Douglas Rushkoff reported that agroup of billionaires had invited him to talk, and he describes how he realised, to his astonishment,that they believed that something they called the event was unavoidable. ‘The event’ was aeuphemism„Thoughts on the Crisis“ weiterlesen

Nothing less than a new look at things.

I ask you to embrace this look at the world. I know it is not easy, not even for me, but I will tell you why you should: I understand that this image is contrary to everything you have ever learned and at first glance your very fibre rejects this image. I understand that you„Nothing less than a new look at things.“ weiterlesen

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