Humans are instinctively drawn to an integrated approach to health, a return to nature, and frequencies of wellness and trust. A health revolution is in our midst, sparked by compassion, courage, and innovation. How do we innovate integrative approaches to managing our health?
From soil to water and food, the relationship between health, environment, and sovereignty are seamlessly intertwined. As we walk towards a healthy and independent future, we engage one of the most important questions: How do we identify and address environmental health challenges?
The purpose of the law is the pursuit of justice. In the last two years, a passion for human rights, and democracy has grown exponentially from North to South, from East to West. How can the law serve human rights and continue to be a lighthouse for individual and collective sovereignty?
People-centred media that speaks truth to power is a cornerstone of civilization. The lack of independent journalists and media has become apparent during the C19 chapter. Narrative control, manipulation and censorship across media has been widespread. How do we restore journalistic independence and media credibility through re-imagining and redefining?
An astonishing number of people are creating the better way around our world. This lighthouse into our future is built on awareness and creating new ways of living, grounded in community, in resilience, in ideas ancient and new. How do we actively create a world in which people thrive?
This community of trustworthy experts will discuss C19 health consequences, including C19 injection injury causation and treatment, mind health and the role of repurposed medicines. In this conversation health is held sacred and truth is spoken without fear. How do we manage the health consequences of the C19 chapter?
One of the outcomes of the C19 chapter has been growing awareness of corruption in science. We will explore our collective commitment to reclaiming science, for people over profit. This group of experts from around the world will engage the question: What is our role in reclaiming science?