Raising a generation
One generation of well-adjusted humans creating society together. That's all we need.
WE COULD MAKE THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE
Imagine the world we live in filled with adults that accept and celebrate diversity, have positive relationships, are enthusiastic to learn, self-motivated, resilient and emotionally intelligent.
In this world, where these people are the ones making the decisions, creating our businesses and raising the next generation, equality, empathy and education would inevitably be the foundations of how we live.
Well, you know what?
OUR CHILDREN ARE THE KEY TO EVERYTHING
How we, as a society treat children, directly impacts what society looks like in the future. By ensuring we change perspectives on childhood, educate people on how humans develop and support people to have calmer interactions with others as equals, we can make that happen in one generation.
and in order to make things better...
WE HAVE TO CHANGE OUR OWN ACTIONS
Our own behaviour is really all we can change. The biggest changes we ever make to society happen in our homes. Acting now, in a way that steps out of our past issues and treats children as equals that need empathy, respect and compassion, could change it all. I challenge myself to continually learn and educate others for change.
Raising a generation
Raising a generation is made up of six main areas of interest. These are where I feel I can make an impact on the future. With a neurological, psychological, anthropological and sociological focus, I work to facilitate a conscious approach to raising:
Sometimes it feels like I am screaming into a chasm. Does it feel like that to you too? The RAG blog is the place where I just let my brain unload the thoughts and experiences I have, the connections I make and the answers to questions I keep being asked. My learning journal is just that; a record of the work I am doing to formalise my learning into a credible masters programme. And then there is Raising Diverse Voices.... it's going to get pretty exciting as I create new spaces and stages and allow diversity to happen.