How can the next generation thrive in an unpredictable world, and best shape our future economic and political systems? The Inspire Dialogue Foundation this year hosts an annual event to develop educational resources which promote human values and which build an ethic of human solidarity.
Lord Williams hosted a dialogue on climate change with His Holiness the Karmapa during his first visit to the UK. The discussion involved figures from the arts and sciences, including Jude Kelly, Artistic Director of the Southbank Centre in London; James Thornton, the founding CEO of ClientEarth; Dame Fiona Reynolds, former Director-General of the National Trust; Dr Bhaskar Vira, Director, University of Cambridge Conservation Research Institute; Tracey Seaward, film producer whose credits include the 2012 London Olympics opening ceremony, professors, students and Tibetan scholars.
What stops dialogue and defeats empathy? What makes us strangers to each other? The Inspire Dialogue Foundation this year hosts an annual event to explore how we identify with people like ourselves and make strangers of others.
Rowan Williams and His Holiness the Dalai Lama hosted an event bringing together hundreds of children and young people from five charities. The event’s focus: the hopes and fears of a new generation. Some 645 children lined up along the arrival route to London’s Newton Prep, creating a grand procession as they sang a welcome song for him, Lord Williams and his entire entourage.
Lord Rowan Williams hosted his Holiness the Dalai Lama for a two-day Open Dialogue, bringing together scientists, writers, businesspeople, philosophers, young people and others.