If it wasn’t already obvious – COVID, the recent bushfire crisis, climate change – are all revealing how wellbeing is inextricably linked to the wellbeing of others and the planet.
This session offers innovators and entrepreneurs, trail blazers, change makers, mavericks and all those who care about wellbeing and the planet, a space to perceive these interconnected and complex challenges in new ways.
These crises are showing up social divides, racism and privilege; inviting everyone to look more closely at our ways of relating to each other and how the most vulnerable are cared for.
How do people sharpen their perceptions of these inextricable links, this systemic interdependence, and the relationships between the many contexts – health, education, economy, family, ecology, culture, identity and many others – that are in flux right now?
What will shape the responses to this moment? What awareness, assumptions, beliefs and perceptions will be bought forward?
Come explore what is going on through multiple contexts with a simple but profound process – People Need People Online – a virtual Warm Data session.
The warm data process familiarizes groups of people with the ways in which the contexts of their lives marinate and overlap into each other and it offers an introduction to the complexity of their own lives, so that they may better see the complexity of others. Through this discovery people begin to see how vital it is to tend to their families, communities and the land, and they are able to respond to emergencies with warmth…
Nora Bateson, President, International Bateson Institute, and Mamphela Ramphele in Finding a Way.