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Welcome 2018-09-10T16:58:09+00:00

Resetting the Compass towards Core Human Values

The Spirit of Humanity Forum is a global network of organisations, communities and individuals committed to help bring about change in governance and decision-making, based on core human values. The Forum creates a safe space for deeper encounter, exploration and dialogue among leaders and change-makers to discover new ways to move forwards.

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Reykjavík 2019 – 4th Spirit of Humanity Forum in Iceland

On 30 May – 1 June the fourth Spirit of Humanity Forum will take place in Iceland. The theme will be: ‘Discovering harmony in a world of difference – spiritual resilience in practise.’

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Living from the Inside Out – A creative inner curriculum

A creative inner curriculum by Dr Neil Hawkes: “Real change will happen when enough school communities are values-based and the benefits are clearly seen by parents and the community.”

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Towards a theory of peaceful relations – Garrett Thomson

Even if Peace is primarily a spiritual or psychological state, nevertheless, we also need to conceive of peacefulness as a set of social relations, including those that a person has with him/herself. In other words, if peacefulness is an inner state, then it will necessarily express itself relationally.

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SOH press presents first book

Peacefulness: Being Peace and Making Peace

On sale now!
“This book will be on my desk and not my bookshelf for quite some time,” writes Mike Hardy CMG OBE in his foreword.

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David Cadman, one of the organising partners of the Spirit of Humanity Forum, on “Love at work”.