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Independent, non-profit media platform sowing the seeds of a new civilisation.
Independent, non-profit media platform sowing the seeds of a new civilisation.
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From the About page on the Emerge website:

Emerge is an independent, non-profit media platform highlighting the initiatives, individuals and ways of thinking that are sowing the seeds of a new civilisation.

We are exploring how to act wisely in a world that seems out of control. We aim to explore the emerging cultural narratives of our time by collecting useful content from across the web, profiling change-makers and thinkers, publishing thought-provoking commentary and producing original videos and podcasts.

Emerge is a hub for people and initiatives searching for solutions to pressing global challenges, asking the question: What new patterns of living, working and existing together are currently emerging?

We are a network and a movement that celebrates people and projects. Our purpose is constantly emerging and taking shape. We offer an invitation to each of us to discover our role in this new story.

Emerge began as a three-day Gathering in Berlin in November 2018 initiated by three non-profit organisations: Perspectiva, London; co-creation.loft, Berlin and Ekskäret Foundation, Stockholm. The gathering brought together pioneers in complexity science, philosophy, spirituality, psychology, sustainability, creativity, and wisdom to explore dynamic solutions to our planet’s greatest challenges and discover new pathways of working, living and creating together.

In 2019, we held the second Emerge Gathering in Kyiv, Ukraine.

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Daniel Thorsen
Host and Responsibility Trainer at Emerge
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Writing and acting about meaning, responsibility, and human development in the age of automation and climate collapse.

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Tomas Bjorkman
Financier | Social Entrepreneur | Author | Social Change | Personal Development
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Tomas Björkman is an entrepreneur, investment banker and property developer with great interest in science and philosophy. He has founded several companies and organizations, including Investment Banking Partners AB. He has also served as chairman of EFG Investment Bank. Ten years ago, he founded the Ekskäret Foundation, supporting development for individuals, organizations with the aim of creating a more conscious society.

Tomas is also the co-founder of the research institute Perspectiva in London, of the Co-creation Foundation and the media platform Emerge in Berlin and 29k.com personal development platform. He is the author of three books: The Market Myth (2016), The Nordic Secret (together with Lene Rachel Andersen, 2017) and The World We Create (2019). He divides his time between London, Stockholm and Berlin.

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Jonathan Rowson
Philosopher | Director, Perspectiva
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Dr. Jonathan Rowson is co-founder and Director of Perspectiva. He was until recently Director of the Social Brain Centre at the RSA where, over the course of six years, he authored a range of influential research reports on behaviour change, climate change and spirituality, and curated and chaired a range of related events.

Jonathan is an applied philosopher with degrees spanning a range of humanities and social sciences from Oxford, Harvard and Bristol Universities. In a former life he was a chess Grandmaster and British Champion (2004–6) and views the game as a continuing source of insight and inspiration. His book, The Seven Dimensions of Climate Change: rethinking the world’s toughest problem will be published by Palgrave Macmillan in early 2017.

He lives in Putney, London, with his wife Siva, an academic lawyer from South India and their two sons, Kailash and Vishnu.

His recent work includes Money Talks: Divest Invest and the Battle for Climate Realism and Spiritualise: Revitalising Spirituality to address 21st Century Challenges.

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Last 50 posts on own channels (YouTube, Podcast, Medium or Website/Blog):

An Explosion of Social Trust in Ukraine: Networks, media, humour, and psychology in a time of war.
Published on: 12 Aug 22 in Emerge – YouTube by Emerge

David Sauvage – The Future of Collective Decision-Making
Published on: 6 Aug 22 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

Gary Sheng – To Actualize Game B, Empower Gen Z
Published on: 15 Jun 22 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

Steve March – An Integrated Ecology of Practice for the Meta-Crisis
Published on: 13 Jun 22 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

Sean Wilkinson – Circling, Meditation & Trauma
Published on: 23 May 22 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

Circling & Soulmaking with Ellen McSweeney & Daniel Thorson
Published on: 14 Apr 22 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

Emerge Web3 – Lovisa Björna in conversation with Gavin Wood
Published on: 27 Feb 22 in Emerge – YouTube by Emerge

Emerge Web3 – Lovisa Björna in conversation with Gavin Wood
Published on: 21 Feb 22 in Emerge – YouTube by Emerge

Emerge documentary 2021
Published on: 13 Dec 21 in Emerge – YouTube by Emerge

Mark Feenstra – Renormaling: Fractal Harmony in Action
Published on: 4 Dec 21 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

Emerge Documentary 2021
Published on: 24 Nov 21 in Emerge – YouTube by Emerge

Emerge 2021 Berlin
Published on: 19 Oct 21 in Emerge – YouTube by Emerge

Layman Pascal – Spiritual Practice as Harmonization
Published on: 12 Oct 21 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

Harmonizing to Emerge with John Vervaeke
Published on: 12 Oct 21 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

Regenerar
Published on: 23 Sep 21 in Emerge – YouTube by Emerge

Soryu Forall – Responding to Collapse: Virtue and Possibility at the World's End
Published on: 12 Aug 21 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

Rob McNamara – Adult Development & Ensoulment
Published on: 24 Jul 21 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

What is Emerging? A conversation with Indra Adnan and Anthea Lawson
Published on: 19 Jul 21 in Emerge – YouTube by Emerge

How to Move Towards an Ecological Civilisation: A Conversation with Jeremy Lent
Published on: 15 Jul 21 in Emerge – YouTube by Emerge

Emerge Returns: Solo Episode
Published on: 28 Jun 21 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

Zak Stein – The Eros of Ethics
Published on: 28 Jun 21 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

The Inner Dimensions of Agency: a dialogue with Jamie Bristow and Rosey Bell
Published on: 13 Mar 21 in Emerge – YouTube by Emerge

Inviting Canadians to a New Kind of Monastery
Published on: 10 Mar 21 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

What is the social imaginary?
Published on: 1 Oct 20 in Emerge – YouTube by Emerge

The End of Emerge (For Now)
Published on: 18 Sep 20 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

Zak Stein – American Culture’s Psychotic Break (pt. 2)
Published on: 9 Jul 20 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

Zak Stein – American Culture’s Psychotic Break (pt. 1)
Published on: 1 Jul 20 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

Emerge Brazil | Felipe Tavares and Maria Clara Parente
Published on: 12 May 20 in Emerge – YouTube by Emerge

Tomas Bjorkman Q&A, Emerge Local Gathering, Stockholm 2020
Published on: 3 Apr 20 in Emerge – YouTube by Emerge

Tomas Bjorkman, Emerge Local Gathering, Stockholm 2020
Published on: 3 Apr 20 in Emerge – YouTube by Emerge

Tomas Björkman, Emerge Gathering 2019
Published on: 20 Mar 20 in Emerge – YouTube by Emerge

Soryu Forall – Manufactured Awakenings
Published on: 13 Mar 20 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

Emerge Brazil | Aline Matulja and Maria Clara Parente
Published on: 12 Mar 20 in Emerge – YouTube by Emerge

Andrew J. Taggart – Existential Openings & Psychotechnologies of Self-Transformation
Published on: 11 Mar 20 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

Jonathan Reams – Waking Up & Growing Up: How Seeing the Virtuality of Self Supports
Published on: 11 Mar 20 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

Robert Kegan – The Five Stages of Adult Development (And Why You Probably Aren’t Stage
Published on: 6 Mar 20 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

Mark Feenstra – The Inner Dimension of the Meta-Crisis
Published on: 1 Mar 20 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

Understanding the Meta-Crisis. Julyan Davey @ Emerge London
Published on: 28 Feb 20 in Emerge – YouTube by Emerge

Understanding the Meta-Crisis. Indra Adnan @ Emerge London
Published on: 28 Feb 20 in Emerge – YouTube by Emerge

Understanding the Meta-Crisis. Jonathan Rowson @ Emerge London
Published on: 27 Feb 20 in Emerge – YouTube by Emerge

Emerge Brazil | Danilo Oliveira Vaz and Maria Clara Parente
Published on: 18 Dec 19 in Emerge – YouTube by Emerge

THIS IS NOT a manifesto
Published on: 3 Dec 19 in Emerge – YouTube by Emerge

Rob Burbea – Emptiness, Postmodernism, and Sacred Participation
Published on: 25 Nov 19 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

Jamie Bristow – Mindfulness as Metamodern Psychotechnology
Published on: 18 Nov 19 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

The Future of the Emerge Podcast
Published on: 4 Nov 19 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

Rebel Wisdom // Future Thinkers // Emerge – Making Sense of the Sensemaking Web
Published on: 14 Oct 19 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

How can we build a Wellbeing Economy? Katherine Trebeck and Dirk Philipsen @ Emerge Berlin
Published on: 14 Oct 19 in Emerge – YouTube by Emerge

Ronan Harrington – Extinction Rebellion: Collective Sacrifice and Metamodern Praxis
Published on: 3 Oct 19 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

Guy Sengstock – Circling Towards Meaningfulness & Collective Intelligence
Published on: 23 Sep 19 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

Zak Stein – Metapsychology, Soul, and Collapse (Pt. 2)
Published on: 17 Sep 19 in Emerge – Podcast by Daniel Thorson

This video is the full unedited recording of an 8-hour online session of the fundraiser for Ukraine called ‘An Explosion of Social Trust’. We used ‘explosion of social trust’ as …Read more
This conversation with Gavin Wood is the first in a series where Lovisa Björna is talking to leaders in Web3. Dr. Gavin Wood, coined the term Web 3.0 in 2014 …Read more
This conversation with Gavin Wood is the first in a series where Lovisa Björna is talking to leaders in Web3. Dr. Gavin Wood, coined the term Web 3.0 in 2014 …Read more
Emerge Gathering 2021 – Documentary film by Tommy Gärdh from Visionary Films Stockholm …Read more
Emerge Gathering 2021 – Documentary film by Tommy Gärdh from Visionary Films Stockholm …Read more
A beautiful snapshot of the Emerge 2021 Gathering in Berlin by Tommy Gärdh http://www.visionaryfilmsstockholm.se/ …Read more
Filmmaker, writer and collaborator of Emerge (check the What is Emerging? series and This is not a Manifesto on Emerge youtube), Rio de Janeiro based journalist Maria Clara Parente is …Read more
A conversation about how emergence can be the foundation a new society. We talk about how societies can create containers for healthy decision making. And how sacred containers can allow …Read more
Gary Sheng co-founder of Civics Unplugged and Dream DAO. In this conversation we offer some friendly critiques of the emerging network and discuss how we can empower the next generation …Read more
Steve March is the creator of an integrated ecology of practice and founder of Aletheia Coaching. In this episode we get into the history of coaching, depth and the fourth …Read more
Circling Europe co-founder Sean Wilkinson and I explore what it’s like to practice across paradigms, the limits and transformational potential of circling, and the interplay between mediation, circling, and trauma …Read more
In this episode fellow Monastic Academy resident Ellen McSweeney and I explore the relationship between Circling and Soulmaking in an attempt to make sense of the experience we shared co-facilitating …Read more
In this episode Mark Feenstra guides me through his ‘accompanying’ process. This process, which Mark has developed after 25 years of experimentation, is something like a systems collapse aware mixture …Read more
Layman Pascal is an author, speaker, and body-mind-soul at large in the Integral and Metamodern scenes.  In this episode we dive into Layman’s ‘integration surplus’ model of spiritual practice. This …Read more
John Vervaeke speaks with Seishin and myself about the ecology of practices we are exploring in the Willow Intensive. This was originally recorded on The Stoa. This episode includes a …Read more
Is it still possible to create a more beautiful future for life on earth, or are we now merely stewards for the dying process of our world? How do we …Read more
Rob McNamara is an author, leadership coach, advisor and consultant with expertise in adult development and human performance. He is a co-founder of the leading consulting firm Delta Developmental, a …Read more
Emerge is back! This is a solo episode where I share a few life updates and thoughts about the evolution of the Emerge podcast. Support me on Patreon — Support …Read more
In this first conversation after a year sabbatical from the Emerge project I’m speaking with Zak Stein. This is a far ranging conversation about ethics, education, trauma, the erotics of …Read more
Emerge invites you to a new kind of monastery for a (meta)modern world… Learn more at: https://growingwillow.org/summer2021 — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/emerge/support …Read more
I’ve decided to put this project on hold and dedicate myself more fully my work and training at the Monastic Academy. In this episode I share some of the thinking …Read more
In the first episode after my 75 day silent retreat I sat down with Zak Stein to speak about the the current cultural moment and how we can respond to …Read more
In the first episode after my 75 day silent retreat I sit down with Zak Stein to speak about the the current cultural moment and how we can respond to …Read more
Soryu Forall is the founder and head-teacher of the Monastic Academy.  Soryu has a decade of intensive monastic training, a degree in Economics from Williams College, and extensive experience in …Read more
Andrew J Taggart is a practical philosopher, Zen Buddhist, and entrepreneur. Recently Andrew wrote an article called ‘Psychotechnologies of Self-Transformation’ that led me to reach out to him and schedule …Read more
Jonathan Reams works at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), serves as Editor-in Chief of Integral Review, and is a co-founder of the Center for Transformative Leadership and …Read more
Robert Kegan is a psychologist who teaches, researches, writes, and consults about adult development, adult learning, and professional development. His work explores the possibility and necessity of ongoing psychological transformation …Read more
In this episode, I’m speaking with Mark Feenstra. Mark is co-founding a consulting and training ecosystem and incubator, called New Mainstream, which focuses on large scale change that starts with ourselves …Read more
On this episode I’m joined once again by meditation teacher and author Rob Burbea. For this conversation Jamie Bristow and I talk with Rob about his approach to emptiness, and how …Read more
Jamie Bristow joins the show to respond to critiques against the mindfulness revolution and to make the case for mindfulness as a key metamodern cultural technology. Jamie is Director of …Read more
A solo episode where Daniel shares his vision for the next turn in the inquiry of the Emerge podcast. — Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/emerge/support …Read more
When this happens, it’s usually because the owner only shared it with a small group of people or changed who can see it, or it’s been deleted. …Read more
A request for your help.. Emerge is Gathering online next week on Thursday the 7th in support of Ukraine. See our event website: www.emergeukraine.com Consider helping out by getting a ticket and adding a donation. And a share is greatly appreciated. The event is be an opportunity to learn about what’s going on and what’s needed from journalists, activists, poets, …Read more
Emerge 2021 Gathering in Berlin. 250 participants from all over Europe (and beyond) gathered over the weekend to explore the ongoing societal shift. How can we get out of the meta-crises? What shifts in our societies, cultures and selves will be necessary? Is modernity and its post-modern critique giving way to a meta-modern shift? How can we support this emergent …Read more
A beautiful snapshot of the Emerge Gathering in Berlin by Tommy Gärdh! 🌟Thanks Tommy for this masterpiece 👏🏻👏🏾👏🏿 https://www.visionaryfilmsstockholm.se/ To find out #Whatisemerging, please, visit: www.whatisemerging.com #Emerge #EmergeBerlinEmerge 2021 Berlinyoutu.beA beautiful snapshot of the Emerge 2021 Gathering in Berlin by Tommy Gärdhhttp://www.visionaryfilmsstockholm.se/ …Read more
Emerge 2021 Gathering in Berlin. 250 participants from all over Europe (and beyond) gathered over the weekend to explore the ongoing societal shift. How can we get out of the meta-crises? What shifts in our societies, cultures and selves will be necessary? Is modernity and its post-modern critique giving way to a meta-modern shift? How can we support this emergent …Read more
‘Finding Virtue in the Virtual’. An essay by Tom Chatfield, published by PerspectivaFinding Virtue in the Virtual – [ Perspectiva ]systems-souls-society.comWhat does it mean to place the ethics of technology upon firm foundations in the 21st-century? …Read more
The recording of this week’s event on the unrealised collective potential of mindfulness practice with @JamieBristow and @bellrosie is live:http://www.whatisemerging.com/videos/event-recording-of-agency-what-are-the-inner-conditions-for-intentional-actionAgency: What Are the Inner Conditions for Intentional Action? – Emergewww.whatisemerging.comJamie Bristow and Rosie Bell from The Mindfulness Initiative, Ronan Harrington and Anna Katharina Schaffner discuss the social significance of mindfulness. …Read more
The Matthew Green Podcast: exploring new, and very old, paradigms for the healing of personal, cultural and collective trauma. Journalist Matthew Green has spent years experimenting with alternative approaches to mental health to help with his own periods of depression. In this podcast, Matthew speaks with the pioneering healers, visionaries, thinkers and activists he encountered on his journey. Featuring conversations …Read more
“This is not a time to play small. Our society is in turmoil, our planet plundered, our civilisation at risk. Why would we want to do anything less than heal the deepest roots of our multiple crises?” A Western Lama’s 10 principles for Sacred Service. http://www.whatisemerging.com/opinions/contributing-effectively-in-times-of-crisis …Read more
That sense of worthlessness you feel when you’re not being ‘productive’? It’s not you. It’s the social imaginary – the unconscious collective dimension that mediates our psyches and society. ellie hain is a creative strategist and cultural critic focused on the design and spreading of future narratives.What is the social imaginary?Watch video on Facebook.com …Read more
JOB ALERT – We’re looking for a Director of Emergence who understands that emergence cannot be directed. The job entails being a senior editor for the website, a leading force within an international network, and a primary fundraiser for the Emerge project, which is a distinctive movement-in-the-making as a response to a historical moment of a civilisation in crisis. Click …Read more
Emerge is happy to support the Mighty Heart Online Course 2020 led by nobel prize nominee Dr. Scilla Elworthy. Learn from Scilla and some of the world’s best teachers on heart intelligence how to become an effective changemaker by transforming conflicts that may be internal, at family, organisation or even at national level, using the skills and insights drawn from …Read more
Is call-out culture really helping us to create more equal societies, or is it the product of a culture which has never learnt to value other human and non-human lives?⁠ In this Insight Maria Clara Parente explains why canceling people who have racist, xenophobic and patriarchal behaviours may not be the best option for creating societies that are capable of …Read more
Author and entrepreneur Laura Storm is part of a new generation of sustainability professionals advocating for a more regenerative approach to business and leadership.⁠ ⁠ Drawing from deep ecology, adult developmental psychology and shamanic and indigenous perspectives, the regenerative movement recognises that the ability to create sustainable, regenerative societies starts with how well we use or abuse our own internal …Read more
When it comes to space activities are we learning from our mistakes on Earth, or simply transferring our culture of extraction to new territories? As an academic and the first artist to launch an interactive artwork in outer space, Nahum is one of the few figures bringing controversial questions around colonisation, ownership and capitalism to the field of space science. …Read more
What would a financial system based on abundance look like? Franz Josef Allmayer is is the co-creator of SEEDS – Regenerate Money, a decentralised economic vehicle for the growing regenerative movement. In this interview, Franz speaks with technology writer Lauren Razavi about the way global living has shaped his mission, how peer-to-peer transactions can disrupt power dynamics in finance, and …Read more
The pressure inherent to the system of committed-relationship compels us to become both more separate and more intimate with the other than we thought possible. To get there, we have to let go of the false-self connection. In this article, Clare Rousseau explores what we can learn from this insight about humanity’s longest running committed relationship: the global economy.Sex, Intimacy, …Read more
VIDEO: Cancel culture and the limits of identity politics with Bayo Akomolafe. Our intuition is that these polarising tendencies have psychological roots that need to be understood and integrated. The promise is a mature form of activism that can vigorously stand with those who are oppressed, whilst finding a language and form that inspires the majority to stand with us. …Read more
André Carvalhal is an author, sustainable designer and digital influencer questioning the systemic implications of consumerism, and the impact of mass consumption and advertising on the psyche.#whatisemerging“The World We Knew When We Were Born Has Ended.” – Emergewww.whatisemerging.comAndré Carvalhal is an author, sustainable designer and digital influencer questioning the systemic implications of consumerism, and the impact of mass consumption and …Read more
When this happens, it’s usually because the owner only shared it with a small group of people or changed who can see it, or it’s been deleted. …Read more
Event on July 24th: The Ego of Activism: A Conversation with Bayo Akomolafe Friendly critics draw a distinction between the goals and methods of social justice activism. While the intentions are good, the dominant display of social justice activism is contributing to a political culture that strips contentious issues of nuanced discussion. Even if activists are completely right on these …Read more
“When the Berlin Wall collapsed in 1989, we witnessed the end of the 20th-century Cold War era. A wall collapsed between two conflicting social systems: capitalism and socialism. Today we see a different type of wall collapsing: not a wall between systems, but between system and self — a wall that has kept us separated from each other for too …Read more
29k -personal developmentwww.whatisemerging.com …Read more
Brett Scott is an author and the creator of ‘Altered States of Monetary Consciousness’, exploring emergent forms of finance, alternative currencies and economic activism.#whatisemerging“To Understand The Monetary System, People Need To Grasp The Idea Of Interconnectedness.” – Emergewww.whatisemerging.comBrett Scott is an author and the creator of ‘Altered States of Monetary Consciousness’, exploring emergent forms of finance, alternative currencies and economic …Read more
Here is the full recording of the 8 hour event, which was mostly about keeping Ukraine salient in the collective conscious and continuing to build solidarity with the Ukrainian diaspora. youtu.be/LHJjvgteHnY …Read more
We raised about £4000, which is not much in the wider scheme of things, but will help to support and rebuild the Ukrainian civil society movement …Read more
We used ‘explosion of social trust’ as the major theme because this is what struck us most when listening to the way Ukrainian civil society responded to Russia’s invasion – the way Ukrainians united to help each other. …Read more
particularly its work on Bildung, or transformative civic, moral, and aesthetic education, which may prove to be the key to Ukraine’s renaissance when the war ends. …Read more
Emerge retweeted: I don’t know the source of this picture, but this is indeed the best description of what is happening. This is exactly how it feels for us here in Ukraine. …Read more
We just finished our 8 hour fundraiser marathon. Jonathan’s thread is both a thank you as well as a recognition of the greatness of the Ukrainian people. We’re grateful to all the people who made this happen today, not all of which are on Twitter. #SlavaUkraini https://t.co/os9ZWUdjzt Quoted tweet from @Jonathan_Rowson: Just finished a wonderful marathon online 8-hour fundraiser event …Read more
Emerge retweeted: If you believe open societies are worth supporting, then please consider attending this event; this moment matters more than most believe. emergeukraine.com/?fbclid=IwAR35… …Read more
1PM CEST After a welcome by Liliya Luts @Jonathan_Rowson and @JMNSCH we start with Vytas Buciunas’ reflections on Ukrainian agency and rapid development of grass roots networked initiatives in Ukraine …Read more
A thread on the schedule for tomorrow’s Emerge – Ukraine fundraiser emergeukraine.com Drop in any time of the 8-hour long day. Get a ticket and donate even if you can’t make it. It’s free for Ukrainians. Please join & share! #StandWithUkraine …Read more
A discussion on competing cultural codes between Russia and Ukraine with organizational psychologist Kateryna Yasko, molecular geneticist Taras Nazarov and co-founder of the New Thinking School and consultant Liliya Luts happens at 3.15 CEST …Read more
Join activist @OReshetylova from the Media Initiative for Human Rights at 2.15 CEST to learn about Russian human rights abuses and what is happening in occupied territories …Read more
At 4.30 CEST join Ukrainian journalists @KSergatskova and @NikaMelkozerova for a conversation on reporting during war time, shifting narratives and the state of the information space …Read more
A screening at 5.30 CEST of an important segment of @TimothyDSnyder In conversation with @harari_yuval On why this war is an ‘axial event’ that matters for all open societies resisting authoritarianism for decades to come …Read more
Ukrainian Comedian @_Tymoshenko will speak at 6.30 CEST on the importance of humor during war time. We’ll see some clips from his standup performances held in bomb shelters in Kyiv …Read more
What can (y)our networks offer Ukraine, and what does Ukraine offer the world? International panel with Mihail Krikunov, Gayle Karen Young, Aftab Omer and @andersenske discuss this question and the educational foundations of open societies at 7 CEST …Read more
At 8PM CEST the final session on Visions for the future for Ukraine begins with organizational psychologist Kateryna Yasko, author Mychailo Wynnyckyj and expert on international relations Kateryna Shynkaruk. What does Ukraine need from its allies and what does recovery look like? …Read more
Emerge retweeted: This thread is fascinating – on why Ukraine matters even more than it obviously matters – and the fundraiser is likely to be well worth your time twitter.com/Jonathan_Rowso… …Read more
Donate by getting a ticket even if you can’t make the event https://t.co/lEbEugqRke Thank you! https://t.co/wFxh6K7E8E Quoted tweet from @Jonathan_Rowson: A personal thread about #Ukraine. Please read and share if you can. Even better, attend our event on Thursday which you can register for here: emergeukraine.com 👇 twitter.com/Jonathan_Rowso… …Read more
Emerge retweeted: Our sister organisation Emerge is running a fundraiser to help Ukraine on July 7th. “Join the event ‘An Explosion of Social Trust’ on emergeukraine.com. Even if you cannot attend the event, please consider getting a ticket and donating. Thank you and please share!” …Read more
And why Emerge is focused on the longer term, strengthening the networks, of which Thursdays event https://t.co/lEbEugqRke marks the start. Sign up to find out how you can join and support Ukraine https://t.co/RXyUTTGoEv Quoted tweet from @Jonathan_Rowson: The deeper reason Ukraine matters is that the war there is, as @TimothyDSnyder puts it, “an axial event”. His recent discussion with Yuval …Read more
That’s at 6.30 PM CEST… …Read more
Hear from Anton on the role of humour during war next Thursday at our Ukraine fundraiser ‘An Explosion of Social Trust’. Donate or register here – https://t.co/lEbEugqRke https://t.co/GVEFubcDrW Quoted tweet from @_Tymoshenko: Here is my new stand up in English. Your attention after first video makes me do more. Jokes about life during war, russians and international one-liners. If you …Read more
This is the reason Emerge supports smaller Ukrainian grass-roots initiatives with our fundraiser https://t.co/lEbEugqRke next Thursday. Get a ticket to hear more of @KSergatskova’s observations on the 7th. She’ll be on the journalists panel with @NikaMelkozerova & others. Join us https://t.co/bbXh3MjGqE Quoted tweet from @KSergatskova: I really can’t get why the biggest aid organizations are so helpless, but I know …Read more
Emerge retweeted: #Davos …Read more

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