Good Reading: People and Deep Social Change
A Changing World
20 big ways the world has changed since 1999: Jessica Booth
Published in Insider, 4 January 2019
Leaderless rebellion: how social media enables global protests: Gideon Rachman, Benedict Mander, Daniel Dombey, Sue-Lin Wong, Heba Saleh
Published in the Financial Times, 26 October 2019
We live in a world of upheaval. So why aren’t today’s protests leading to revolutions? Peter McPhee
Published in The Conversation, 21 November 2019
About 41% of the global population are under 24. And they’re angry… Simon Tisdall
Published in The Guardian. 27 October 2019
Around the world, young people have played a crucial role in a multitude of social and political movements. Learn the historical precedence of youth activism and the factors that drive young people to become important advocates for change.
Uploaded by National Geographic, 1 April 2018
How Many People Does it Take to Start a Revolution?: Damon Centola
Uploaded by Annenberg School for Communication, 7 June 2018
Of all the problems facing humanity, which should we focus on solving first? In a compelling talk about how to make the world better, moral philosopher Will MacAskill provides a framework for answering this question based on the philosophy of "effective altruism" -- and shares ideas for taking on three pressing global issues.
Worldometers provides real time world statistics on population, the environment, food, health and media and society.
A New Report Offers Insights Into Tribalism in the Age of Truump: George Packer
Published in The New Yorker, 12 October 2018
Tribalism is blighting Australia: Craig Emerson
Published in the Financial Review, 18 November 2019
Vision for the Future
Politics and Economics to Focus on Empathy, Kindness and Well-Being: Jacinda Ardern
Published by the World Economic Forum, 24 June 2019
What if we get things right? Visions for 2030: Multiple authors
Published on the World Economic Forum website, 29 October 2019
President Macron promotes multilateral solutions for global problems at Paris Peace Forum
Published by France 24 English, 12 November 2019
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