Welcome to Empathy Revolution, a set of resources designed to inspire a global explosion of empathic thinking and action. I believe that empathy – the imaginative act of stepping into another person’s shoes and viewing the world from their perspective – is a radical tool for social change and should be a guiding light for the art of living.
Find out about my new book, Empathy: A Handbook for Revolution, discover the best empathy novels and films at the Empathy Library, hold your own Empathy Meal, learn more through Empathy Videos and Articles, and take part in other Empathy Projects. It’s time we all joined the Empathy Revolution.
|READ THE BOOK|
My new book, Empathy: A Handbook for Revolution, explores the six life-enhancing habits of highly empathic people, and reveals how empathy can transform everyday life, from the personal to the political.
‘Roman Krznaric make a powerful case for empathy as the key to a better life and better world. After reading his entertaining and convincing book not only will you agree but there’s a good chance you will view the world through wiser, kinder eyes.’ Matthew Taylor, Chief Executive, Royal Society of the Arts
|DISCOVER THE EMPATHY LIBRARY – COMING SOON!|
A digital resource for catapulting your imagination into other people’s lives. Share your favourite empathy movies and books with an online community. Get ideas for Empathy Film Clubs, Reading Groups and activism.
|HOLD AN EMPATHY MEAL – COMING SOON!|
How about holding an Empathy Meal to create curiosity and mutual understanding between strangers? You can download everything you need to put on an extraordinary event in your local community, school, office, street or even in your own home.
|EXPLORE EMPATHY ARTICLES AND VIDEOS|
A compilation of my articles, research reports, interviews and videos on the art of stepping into the shoes of other people.
|SUPPORT EMPATHY PROJECTS|
Find out about the world’s most innovative empathy projects – from peace-building programmes in Rwanda and the Palestinian Territories to empathy skills classes and Human Libraries – and get inspired to take part.