Being in the present in order to protect the future

If we want to live according to the principles of nature and live in harmony with it, we have to look at the philosophy upon which we’re designing our cities.

Dr. Tia Kansara talks us through the potential paths humanity may take moving forward, and how a strong education will lead to informed consent in deciding which we should journey down.

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Further Reading

Acheiving unity through social equity

Chico Tillmon discusses the importance of giving individuals and marginalized communities equal opportunities.

By Chico Tillmon


Remote teaching and emotional engagement

Simona Malpezzi is an Italian senator and school teacher. She shares lessons from distant learning and the importance of technology.

By Simona Malpezzi


Strength and vulnerability: Being me

Jane Andrews is Head of the Primary Years Program at H-International School Treviso. She discusses leadership and human connection.

By Jane Andrews


Education cannot be suspended

An educator shares her beliefs about digital solutions for education, and how they can’t replace physical school and human encounters.

By Emiliana Murgia