Solidarity in Love as a Foundation for Shared Flourishing (video)
What could it look like to incorporate a new worldview that advocates for the shared flourishing of all into public policy? Watch the above video for a discussion on this topic.
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.
In partnership with The Fetzer Institute, this session sought to answer the question: "What would a world with love at the center of policy design look like?" Panelists explored the importance of incorporating a new worldview that advocates for the shared flourishing of all, grounded in transformative conceptualizations of L/love and wholeness.
Play the above video to learn about "Solidarity in Love as a Foundation for Shared Flourishing."
Matthew T. Lee, Professor of Social Sciences and Humanities, Baylor University; Director of the Flourishing Network at Harvard's Human Flourishing Program
William Vendley, Vice President, World Religions and Spirituality, The Fetzer Institute
Hosted by broadcasting journalist, Redi Tlhabi.
Visit HumanFlourishing.org for more about the conference and the interdisciplinary community of researchers, practitioners, innovators, and policymakers focused on flourishing.