Preview: Humanity Talks on the Road | 24 November 2023
The Practice Hub, at the University of Greenwich‘s Institute for Inclusive Communities and Environments, in partnership with Prof. Sharon Weldon and Charles Everard from the Greenwich Learning and Simulation Centre, will co-host the first Humanity Talks on the Road event, with Humanity Summit co-founder Myriam Taylor.
The Humanity Talks on the Road initiative represents a vital step towards advancing the principles of human well-being, justice, education, economic fairness, transparency, and migration rights. By engaging with international events and universities, they aim to foster a global dialogue that transcends borders and sectors, promoting a brighter, more equitable future for all.
At this first Humanity Talks on the Road event, the University of Greenwich Institute for Inclusive Communities and Environments invites those interested in the emerging real-world impact of practice-research to attend and contribute to an all-day event focusing on interdisciplinary collaborations between Arts & Health.
The event will include panels on Impact from Arts & Health Creative Methodologies (Karen Carberry, Jean Malan, Tracey Reynolds & Charles Everard) and The Role of Technology Infrastructure (Imwen Eke, Sharon Weldon, Joana Henriques & Andrew Knight-Hill), a workshop exploring Instruction Based Serious Play (Jorge Lopes Ramos), and a talk on Catabolic Collapse (Persis Jadé Maravala).
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