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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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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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Finance and Technology Experts David Fergusson and Carlos Moreira Join Academic, Corporate, Policy and Religious Leaders to Deliberate ‘Technology and Human Flourishing’

Humanity 2.0, a non-profit human progress accelerator and social impact initiative with the support of the Pontifical Lateran University at the Vatican, announces a dynamic forum, Technology and Human Flourishing, to be held today July 29 at the Collegio Teutonico in Vatican City.

This exclusive gathering of technology, corporate, finance,

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Humanity 2.0 Launches New Global Wellness Platform to Implement Scientific Innovations in the Faith Sector – with comments from Co-Creator Morad Fareed

How do you influence and have a profound impact on Human Health and Wellbeing globally? Combine the world's largest platform, the Catholic Church, with the wellness sector and some of the worlds smartest impact and fortune 500 executives and organizations

The Vatican-Based impact human flushing initiative Humanity 2.0 launched announced a

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