Human Flourishing and What It Means for the World

Human flourishing is very much about the meaning you can bring to a community and society. Flourishing is about having agency, finding meaning and purpose, and so much more.

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In this episode we turn to an array of global luminaries in a broad range of fields such as psychology, technology, education, spirituality, and the arts to get their perspective on what flourishing means and what a flourishing world could look like in specific areas like Education, Gender Equality, Food Security, and Climate Change. In this video created by award-winning journalist @RichardSergay, We hear from a variety of thought leaders including African human rights activist Hafsat Abiola; co-inventor of the Internet Dr. Vint Cerf; founder of The Chopra Foundation Dr. Deepak Chopra; Bishop of Oxford Rt Revd Dr. Steven Croft; President of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, The Honorable Shirley Ann Jackson; AGRA President Dr. Agnes Kalibata; internationally acclaimed musician and advocate of American culture Wynton Marsalis; first woman president of Ireland and chair of The Elders Mary Robinson; Yale University cognitive scientist Professor Laurie Santos; and OECD education leader Andreas Schleicher.

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