Depolarization and Pluralism for Flourishing (video)
How can we transform the power of our differences into constructive solutions for the crises we face in modern times? This video session examines what we can do to decrease polarization and increase the potential for flourishing.
Templeton World Charity Foundation's Global Flourishing Conference showcases the latest and most meaningful scientific advances in understanding how humans flourish across cultures, alongside innovative new tools and strategies that can foster greater flourishing.
Separated by polarization, humanity's ability to flourish is compromised. This session explores ways to achieve depolarization of our communities and create a more flourishing world. Panelists present insights gleaned from research and practice on how to transform the power of our differences to find constructive solutions for the crises we face in modern times.
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Jay Van Bavel, Professor of Psychology and Neural Science, New York University
Uma Viswanathan, Executive Director, New Pluralists
Mark Freeman, Executive Director, Institute for Integrated Transitions
Broadcasting journalist, Redi Tlhabi, is the MC.
Visit HumanFlourishing.org for more about the conference and the interdisciplinary community of researchers, practitioners, innovators, and policymakers focused on flourishing.