HOMES FOR HUMANITY
WE LIVE TOGETHER AS AN EARTH COMMUNITY
We aspire to live and work in joyful and caring communion with Nature,
and to nourish loving and healing relationships between all members of the Earth Community.
All our homes have the potential to become launchpads for human, ecological, cultural, and economic renewal, especially in this time of global emergency.
As Homes for Humanity,
connecting across continents, transcending borders and ideologies,
we can jointly lay the foundation for an inclusive earth civilization.
Ongoing: The Online Transformative Journey of
"Unleashing the Power of Homes to Pioneer Planetary Regeneration"
From 1 October 2022 to 24 January 2023 - (10 Sessions plus Graduation)
Interact with the pathbreaking founders of exemplary Homes for Humanity across diverse cultures and sectors from all continents
Discover the paradigm-shifting innovations and culturally-rooted practices of their remarkable home-initiated integral organisations, spearheading human, ecological, cultural, educational, economic renewal and systemic transformation
Actualise the power of your own home, community, initiative or organisation to nurture societal transformation, while fulfilling your own life purpose
WHY JOIN THIS COURSE JOURNEY?
Watch these Testimonials from four Homes for Humanity
As Homes for Humanity ...
...we support the emergence of Homes for Humanity and connect them across cultures. Each home offers a safe and stimulating space for creative community engagement, where people enquire together and shape humane and innovative responses to the burning issues in our societies.
The hosts of each Home for Humanity develop a unique ‘Manifesto’ based on the Humanity Charter, as a roadmap for the contribution they seek to make to the Earth Home. The Manifesto of each Home for Humanity combines the calling, commitment and skills of its hosts with the pressing needs of the respective context, community and culture.
The Homes for Humanity are a simple yet transformative means to ensure that every one of us can contribute to the rise of a joint Earth Civilisation from the foundation of our own home, however modest it may be, by fulfilling our unique calling and commitment. Today the world over, our societies have become divided, our communities separated, our social distance widened. Even in our changing times, with COVID and social distancing, Homes for Humanity provide a safe and regenerative way to weave a renewed fabric of care and engagement in our fragmented societies.
The Power of Our Homes for Planetary Regeneration
Meet Exemplary Homes for Humanity on all Continents who are Pioneering Paradigm Shift.
Integral Home Campus
Destination France: HOME FOR HUMANITY - The Integral Home Campus Hosts & Global Convener: Prof. Alexander Schieffer & Dr. Rama Mani, Co-Founders Focus: Transforming a Simple Home into a Campus for Integral Transformation
Destination Zimbabwe: INTEGRAL KUMUSHA - A Homestead as National Role Model Hosts: Dr. Daud & Christina Taranhike, Co-Founders Focus: Ubuntu-based Community Empowerment & Regeneration of Rural Livelihoods
Sinal Do Vale
Destination Brazil: SINAL DO VALE - Integral Regeneration Campus Hosts: Thais Corral, Founder & Environmental Leader; Katie Weintraub & Johanna Barba Focus: Regenerating Ecosystems, Community & Individuals through Nature-based Learning
Destination Egypt: SEKEM - "Right Livelihood" Award-Winning Enterprise & Eco-Village Host: Helmy Abouleish and Dr. Maximilian Abouleish-Boes, Founding Family Focus: Creating an Economy of Love through Organic Farming and Greening the Desert
Destination India: CORO & Women's Federation - Grassroots Community Leadership Hosts: Sujata Kandhekar, Co-Founder; Mumtaz Shaikh (BBC 100 Women); Rahul Gaware Focus: Marginalized Women Changing the Paradigm of Power in Society
AHLIYYAH MUTRAN Schools
Destination Jordan: AHLIYYAH MUTRAN Schools - Role Model for Holistic Education Host: Dr. Alice Abboud, Principal, with Team Members Focus: Integral Transformative Education for Society Building
Destination Nigeria: PAX HERBALS, Pioneer of African Indigenous Medicine Host: Dr. Anselm Adodo, Founder; Initiator of Pax Africana; Icon of African Healing Focus: Indigenous Wisdom and Knowledge Systems to Heal Humanity and Planet
Home for Humanity Morocco
Destination Morocco:Host: Driss Alaoui Mdaghri, former Minister of Culture; Poet & Artist; Founder of "Come to My Home" Festival Focus: Social Inclusion through the Arts
Home for Humanity Palestine
Destination Palestine. Host: Zahira Kamal, former Minister of Women's Studies Centre and Women's Coalition Focus: Political Resistance and Societal Renewal
Destination Sri Lanka: SARVODAYA - Community Development & Peacebuilding Movement Host: Dr. Vinya Ariyaratne, President; Peace Mediator; Public Health Leader Focus: Integrated Human Development through the Awakening of All, across 15,000 Villages
You too can host a Home for Humanity
To Co-create a Regenerative Future.
HOME FOR HUMANITY
HOMES FOR HUMANITY
FOR INCLUSION AND CONTRBUTION
HOME FOR HUMANITY
Motivated individuals keen to transform their own homes or organisations into homes for humanity undergo an immersion course in Home for Humanity’s philosophy and practice. They are supported to develop a Manifesto for their Home, elaborating how they will seek to realise the Humanity Charter’s aspirations and be of service in their society, based on their own calling and skills, and the needs of their community. They are connected with the hosts of other Homes for Humanity in a co-mentoring ecosystem of mutual support. Together, Homes for Humanity, connected across continents and cultures, form the seedbed for a regenerative future.
HOMES FOR HUMANITY
FOR INCLUSION AND CONTRIBUTION
We live in times of uprootedness. An unprecedented number of people have been forced out of their homes due to conflict, economic or ecological deprivation, many of whom seek asylum as refugees in foreign lands. From the Dalai Lama to Einstein, ‘refugees’ have enriched their host countries in innumerable ways with their wisdom, culture and experience.
These homes for humanity are hosted by so-called ‘refugees’ or asylum seekers in host countries. They provide an invigorating cultural and humanitarian space for mutual discovery, respect and co-creation. They offer host-country citizens a unique way to meet, befriend and form collaborations or working relationships with refugees and asylum seekers they might otherwise not meet. They transform otherness, isolation and alienation into inclusion, belonging and contribution.