What Makes a Society? Understanding Systemic Challenges to Human Rights
In this much-needed OPEN.ed session, our series returns to discuss the complexities associated with building a cosmopolitan community intent on improving education and health, reducing poverty and the myriad deprivations associated with it, and, perhaps most importantly, eliminating inequality and injustice for all.
COVID-19 and School Safety: Examining the Curve
How can current research on COVID-19 and school safety inform our return to face-to-face learning? Anne Baldisseri, head of Primary Division at Avenues São Paulo speaks with a panel of public health experts, physicians and leading PhDs in biology and epidemiology for insight into possible scenarios.
Living in Close Quarters: Understanding the Adolescent You Have at Home
Adolescence can be hard enough to negotiate under normal circumstances–how about in quarantine? Renowned parenting educator Rosalind Wiseman discusses how parents can respect teen boundaries while maintaining a loving relationship they can rely upon.
Beginning the World Again: Preparing Young People to Build The Future
There’s no question that the future our students are preparing for will require mastery in social impact and a passion for global competency. Watch a discussion with social impact leaders on how young people can seize this moment of crisis to serve their communities close to home and beyond their borders.