Category Archives: Humanity 2.0

Achieving Human Flourishing

Matthew Sanders, CEO of Humanity 2.0, discusses impact initiative focused on collaboration among a diverse cross-section.
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Keeping an Eye on Humanity

Father Gregory Gresko Professor of Theology at Pontifico Anteneo S. Anselmo discusses the moral and ethical effects of implementing certain technology during his interview with Matt Bird at Humanity 2.0 (Vatican City)
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The Vatican’s Added Value

Brendan Doherty, Co-Founder of Forbes Impact at Forbes discusses disrupting old ways to bring in new and impactful cultural norms during this interview with Matt Bird at Humanity 2.0 (Vatican City)
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Ikea Effecting Change

Simon Henzell-Thomas, Global Head of Public Affairs with IKEA Group discusses climate change and how IKEA is making the switch to more sustainable products during this interview with Matt Bird at Humanity 2.0 (Vatican City)
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Better Businesses

James Ledbetter, Former Editor in Chief at Inc. Magazine discusses businesses being motivated by ESG issues rather than just profit during this interview with Matt Bird at Humanity 2.0 (Vatican City)
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Building Trust

Greg Medcraft, Director of Financial & Enterprise Affairs at OECD discusses trust and ethics in business during his interview with Matt Bird at Humanity 2.0 (Vatican City)
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Uulala’s Wowing Work

Matthew Loughran, CMO of Uulala discusses blockchain and how it intersects with human flourishing with Matt Bird at Humanity 2.0 (Vatican City) live on the Traders Network Show
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The Trek Episode 5 on Media: Civics Unplugged discusses the media and what role in plays in everyday lives of Gen Z – in collaboration with Humanity 2.0

Gary Sheng, Co-Founder/COO at Civics Unplugged, Madison Adams, Director of Dialogue at Civics Unplugged, Noor Myran, Founding Fellow of the 2020 CU Fellowship, Zoe Jenkins, Steering Committee Chair at Civics 2030, Maryam Tourk, Co-founder of CU Summer Camp and Chabu Kapumba, Senior Fellow at Civics Unplugged discuss mental health on this week’s episode of The Trek
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The Trek Episode 3 on Mental Health: Civics Unplugged discusses the importance of mental health and why it has become so prominent among Gen Z – in collaboration with Humanity 2.0

Gary Sheng, Co-Founder/COO at Civics Unplugged, Madison Adams, Director of Dialogue at Civics Unplugged, Noor Myran, Founding Fellow of the 2020 CU Fellowship, Zoe Jenkins, Steering Committee Chair at Civics 2030, Elena Ashburn, Host of “Mission Control 2030: The Voice of Civics Unplugged” Podcast, and Chabu Kapumba, Senior Fellow at Civics Unplugged discuss mental health on this week’s episode of The Trek
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The Trek Episode 1 on Life Design: Civics Unplugged discuss the evolution of higher education institutions and the future of Gen Z – in collaboration with Humanity 2.0

Gary Sheng, Co-Founder/COO at Civics Unplugged, Madison Adams, Director of Dialogue at Civics Unplugged, Zoe Jenkins, Steering Committee Chair for Civics 2030, and Noor Myran, Founding Fellow of the 2020 CU Fellowship discuss the evolution of higher education institutions and the future of Gen Z – in collaboration with Humanity 2.0
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Humanity 2.0: Vatican hosts experts to discuss tenderness

Pope Francis receives the President of Malta, Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, left, and her husband Edgar, right, during a private audience at the Vatican in 2016. (Credit: AP.)

ROME- Close to 100 financiers, philanthropists, artists, tech experts, physicians, politicians and religious leaders

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