TED Talk: How to Start an Empathy Revolution

TEDx Athens opening slideMy new talk from TEDx Athens has just gone online – How to Start an Empathy Revolution. From human libraries to babies teaching empathy, here are the ingredients for transforming empathy into a force for social change. I hope you enjoy it!┬áPlease share with friends, family, colleagues and strangers.

The talk is based on my new book Empathy: A Handbook for Revolution.

 

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  1. Posted 29 January 2014 at 9.09am | Permalink

    Read my book for the answers : goo.gl/veP9Cy ~ the title tells your goal.

  2. Posted 7 February 2014 at 12.42am | Permalink

    Loved your talk, thanks Roman. The idea of empathising with strangers and enemies is vital for our cultural evolution. I take crime victims into prisons to groups of inmates. We talk through the impact of crime using a storytelling process, over a period of 8 sessions. Some prison staff have told me that it is the only prison program that works… it has expanded to 24 countries now…
    http://pfqueensland.info/2012/05/06/sycamore-tree-project-overview/

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