Beyond Neoliberalism

Those who tell the stories run the world. Politics has failed through a lack of competing narratives. The key task now is to tell a new story of what it is to be a human in the 21st century. It must be as appealing to some who have voted for Trump and Ukip as it is to the supporters of Clinton, Bernie Sanders or Jeremy Corbyn.

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Harmony2019 – Call for Papers

Harmony2019 provides scholars from various disciplines (Mythology, Philosophy, Cosmology, Cosmogony, Physics, Astrophysics, Mathematics, Ecology, Literature, Education, Art and Music, Psychology, Counselling, Psychiatry, Sociology, Religions, Scriptures, Theology, Ethics, Law and Management and Spirituality) a platform to explore scientifically the interface of cosmic, ethical and religious orders in the pursuit of universal harmony.

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Necessary Conversation: Reclaiming our Humanity by Changing the Narrative

t is no secret that humanity is facing multiple crises. We will explore the role of the global, cultural narrative about economics and humanity and discuss how this narrative is shifting. Learning from System Change that has occurred in the past, we will discuss strategies to shift the current unsustainable economic system towards an economy in service to life. We will particularly focus on current ongoing efforts of the newly founded Well Being Economy Alliance.

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Memes and Messaging for Transformation

Narratives and stories define our relationships to each other, to the organizations and institutions to which we belong, and, ultimately, to the world around us. Yet if we think about how stories and narratives are constructed, we can find an even more foundational element that is often overlooked as part of change processes and even more so in efforts to bring about transformational change. That foundational element is the memes out of which stories are constructed.

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