Vietnam Sensing Journey

Editor’s note: Vietnamese and Bhutanese participants of the Lab met in March for a sensing journey into hot spots of innovation in Vietnam. The group arrived in Ho Chi Minh City, and began by reflecting on their time together in Berlin. As with the sensing journeys in New York City and South Africa, participants began their time together by reflecting […]

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Hopeful Contradictions in The Bronx

Last week, five participants from the Lab met in the Bronx in New York City to do a regional sensing journey. Why the Bronx? When we met in Berlin, part of the Lab structure was to choose a location for a regional sensing journey. Our North America cohort was interested in an experiential understanding of the key issues shaping the […]

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The Misalignment of Who We Are, Our Modern Lifestyles

Lab 2.0 participant Gregor Henderson was recently featured in an article in The Australian. “Has the drug of economic growth put us on a rat wheel of false expectations and conjured a materialistic beast that must be fed, at the expense of a community and social life at the heart of our fundamental wellbeing? For Gregor Henderson, a prominent Britain­-based international mental health commentator and part of the Global Wellbeing Lab, the evidence of this is sufficient to take pause.” Read the full article here.

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