Adrian Wagner

Doctoral candidate of Thomas Hübel’s AIS Graduate Programm, Social Worker, Political Scientist and co-founder of Teal Wave Consulting. In his dissertation

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Alnoor Ladha

Alnoor is a founding member and the executive director of  /The Rules, a global network of activists, organizers, designers, coders,

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Anthea Lawson

Anthea Lawson is an activist, writer and author of The Entangled Activist: Learning to recognise the master’s tools. She has

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Chris Parish

Chris Parish is a writer and organic gardener with an abiding passion for nature and our ecological selves. With an

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Debora Nunes

Graduate and Master of Architecture and Urbanism at the Universidade Federal da Bahia – UFBa, Brasil, (1987 & 1993). PhD

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Esther Stanford-Xosei

Esther Stanford-Xosei is a Motherist, and decolonial Pan-Afrikanist Jurisconsult, Community Advocate and Reparationist. As a ‘new abolitionist’ emphasizing the need to

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Faheem Nusrat

Faheem has followed an interest in Eastern spiritual practice for over 30 years. With lived experience in community he has

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Gabriel Meyer Halevy

Gabriel is a musician, storyteller, writer, and radical creative. Born in Cordoba, Argentina. Three album collaborations – Merkavah, SpiritIsreal, and

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Gerard Senehi

Co-Founder & President of Open Future Institute, Gerard is inspired by a sense of possibilities and the potential of bringing

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Jamie Bristow

Jamie Bristow is Director of The Mindfulness Initiative, a policy institute about mindfulness and compassion training that grew out of a programme

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Kavita Byrd

Kavita Byrd works to bring together holistic consciousness and whole-systems change, with an emphasis on evolutionary spirituality and sacred activism.

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Khin Tye

Khin Tye is a Human-Becoming-in-Process and 3rd Space social media co-creator. Born and raised in S.E. Asia, she pursued a materialistic

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Kirstie Simson

Kirstie Simson is renowned as a legendary teacher, and award-winning performer of Dance Improvisation with training in Contact Improvisation, Akaido,

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Lionel Yang

Lionel Yang is the founder of the School of Human Ecology. He is a trans-disciplinary business professional with a successful

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Lukas Herrmann

Lukas Herrmann is an action researcher and PhD student with Heidelberg University, Germany. He worked at the Max-Planck-Institute for Social Neuroscience,

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Manish Jain

Manish Jain is deeply committed to regenerating our diverse local knowledge systems, cultural imaginations and inter-cultural dialogue. Inspired by MK

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Martin Kirk

Martin is Co-founder and Director of Strategy for /The Rules, a global collective of writers, thinkers, coders, farmers, artists and

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Padma Rigzin

Padma Rigzin is from Hemisshukpachan village in Ladakh, India. After completing his school education in Ladakh, he moved to mainland India to pursue

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Pawan Gupta

A little more than 30 years of experience in areas of education. Inspired by Buddhism, traditional Hinduism and Gandhi.

Tries to

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Peter Sutoris

Peter Sutoris is an anthropologist of education and the environment, concerned with how different societies imagine the future differently. He

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Renate Keller

Renata Keller is a filmmaker and dialogue facilitator based in Berlin and Switzerland. She has worked in visual arts for

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Sashikala Ananth

Sashikala Ananth holds a degree in architecture from the School of Architecture, Madras University. She has researched the classical Indian

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Tempe Adams

Having completed her Ph.D. in 2016, Dr Tempe Adams is currently the Coexistence & Education Manager in Botswana for the

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Tomiwa Owolade

Tomiwa Owolade writes about social, cultural and literary issues for the New Statesman, The Times, the Sunday Times, the Observer,

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Xiaolu Guo

Xiaolu Guo is a British-Chinese novelist, filmmaker and essayist. Born in China in 1973, She was raised in a village

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