We act as a resource to create empathy in grassroots populations and among world policymakers. We seek to identify the most current occurrences of atrocities as well as the possibilities of solutions such as early intervention, justice for perpetrators and healing for victims.
One of our most important objectives is the teaching of empathy to children in conflict and asylum areas, so that the violence they have observed is not repeated.
By creating links to the most important organizations working in these areas, as well as to reporting what Global Thought Leaders and teachers are currently suggesting as remedies, we hope to make some small progress in a world where we have “caveman” emotions and nuclear weapons.
Tufts University and Dental School
Boston University Grad.Medical-Dental School
Univ.Penn.Grad Medical-Dental School
Boston Museum of Fine Arts School
BOSTON GLOBAL FORUM
Executive Media Director
Co-Founder, Executive Director -North America,Asia,Indochina
Faculty-Graduate Dental School.
ROYAL SOCIETY OF ART
Executive Assistant to Editor-in-chief
I ACT-(NGO Africa)
In Greek mythology, ravens are associated with Apollo, the god of prophecy. They are said to be a symbol of good luck, and were the god’s messengers in the mortal world. According to the mythological narration, Apollo sent a white raven, or crow in some versions to spy on his lover, Coronis. When the raven brought back the news that Coronis has been unfaithful to him, Apollo scorched the raven in his fury, turning the animal’s feathers black. That’s why all ravens are black today.