evolve world & co-creating europe present

Defending the Open Society

A Day of Depth & Dialogue

Sunday, May 22, from 12noon - 12:00AM CEST

A Fundraiser in Solidarity with the Ukrainian People
MORE INFO: evolve-world.org/ukraine/
Diane Musho Hamilton
Mediator, Zen Teacher
evolve world & co-creating europe present

Defending the Open Society

A Day of Depth & Dialogue

Sunday, May 22, from 12noon - 12:00AM CEST

A Fundraiser in Solidarity with the Ukrainian People
Featuring: Ivo Juriaan Mensch, Kateryna Yasko, Taras Nazarov, Mihail Krikunov, Liliya Luts
MORE INFO: evolve-world.org/ukraine/
Sunday, May 22, from 12noon - 12:00AM CEST

Defending the Heart of the Open Society

A Day of Depth & Dialogue

A Fundraiser in Solidarity with the Ukrainian People

Join together to help the people of Ukraine.

On Sunday, May 22, you are invited to a fundraising event for the Ukrainian people.

The event focuses on how we can deepen our humanity during this crisis
and gives space for the voices of Ukrainians
who envision a bright future for their country.

The event is for free—these remarkable teachers and leaders are donating their time—
and you are encouraged to make a donation.

You can explore practices of depthbearing witness, global social witnessing, guided meditation
dialoguecircling, emergent dialogue, compassionate conversation.

And we will engage with critical questions.

What is an open society?
Is there anything worth defending with one’s life?
How can we be in solidarity with people who are suffering in war?
How can we create the future that we long for?

The event is for 12 hours: from 12noon to 12midnight CEST (Berlin).

Join for as long as you are inspired.

Help defend the open society.

Ukraine has a unique culture, which is becoming clear to many around the world through this war.
Their sovereignty and freedom are important enough to them to die for.
They express a new ideal of male and female–both fierce and caring.
The Ukrainians are fighting for an open society with a conscience and soul.
This is not against the Russian people. But an invitation to them to join again in the dialogue of open society.
This is a call to all of us who care about creating the open society of the future.

And your donation–of whatever size–will help on the ground in Ukraine.


Program Schedule

We are honored and delighted that these remarkable humans are donating
their time and skill for this event.
Join for as long as you are inspired.

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Elizabeth Debold


Elizabeth is a developmental psychologist. For nearly 30 years she’s been exploring the transformative potential of We Space and dialogue.

Thomas Steininger


Thomas is a philosopher who has been developing the practice of emergent dialogue for three decades. He’s the voice of Radio evolve.

Ivo Juriaan Mensch


Kateryna Yasko


Kateryna is an org. psychologist, trainer of emotional intelligence, trust, cooperation, effective communication, & peaceful conflict resolution.

Taras Nazarov

Unity of Ukraine

Taras is a molecular geneticist at Washington State U. and second lieutenant in The Ukrainian Armed Forces reserve. 

Dr. Mihail Krikunov

Ukraine Bildung Network

Mihail is Dean of the Kyiv Business School, President and co-founder of Ukrainian Bildung Network.

Liliya Luts

New Thinking School

Co-Founder of the New Thinking School in Ukraine, Liliya is an organizational consultant and coach.

Olha Chipak


Since 2004, Olha Chipak has been a lecturer for accompaniment and piano at the Rostock University of Music and Theatre.

Oleksiy Kushnir


Since 2006, Oleksiy Kushnir has been a lecturer of piano in the Bachelor of Music program at the Rostock University of Music and Theatre.

Anna Gamma


Zen Master, psychologist, and Director of the Zen Zentrum Offener. Kreis in Lucerne. Works extensively in the Balkan region and Middle East.

Rami Avraham Efal


Rami has been recently in eastern Poland, bearing witness to, and in support of, displaced Ukranian refugees.

Kosha Joubert

Pocket Project

CEO of The Pocket Project, which helps to address and integrate individual, ancestral and collective trauma to heal the wounds of the past.

Guy Sengstock


Since 1998, Guy has discovered and developed the practice of circling–a practice of relational inquiry. He’s co-owner of the Circling Institute

Diane Musho Hamilton

Zen Teacher, Mediator

Diane is an author, award-winning mediator, and teacher of Zen. She has practiced meditation for more than 35 years.

John Vervaeke

Cognitive Scientist

John  is director of the Consciousness and Wisdom Studies Lab and an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto in the Psychology department and Cognitive Science program.

Kosha Joubert

Pocket Project

CEO of The Pocket Project, which helps to address and integrate individual, ancestral and collective trauma to heal the wounds of the past.

Thomas Steininger and Elizabeth Debold will open the event and the topic of Defending the Open Society. What is the deeper value of the open society? What are we learning from the Ukrainians about the power of trust and standing in and for openness?

Dr. Thomas Steininger: I have been cultivating transformative “We Space” practices for nearly 30 years. As a philosopher, practitioner, and spiritual mentor, I have dived deeply into the practice of meditation and into an exploration of the evolution of human consciousness, particularly the current transition from a hyperindividual “I” culture to a co-conscious “We.”

As an authority on cultural evolution and the different spiritual and religious currents that have formed our postmodern world, I bring this perspective into my work as publisher of evolve-magazin, the leading German magazine on consciousness and culture and as faculty at Meridian U. in California. I also have a weekly webcast called Radio evolve, where I have interviewed over 500 pioneers forging the future.

For the last decades, I have co-founded and developed a process of emergent dialogue, an advanced practice in conscious communication.

Dr. Elizabeth Debold: For the last forty-some years, I have sought the answer to the question: how can we transform the dynamics of relationship and complexities of desire between women and men so that we all can thrive and reach our full human potential?

This inquiry has taken me from feminist activism in New York City to a doctorate in developmental psychology with Dr. Carol Gilligan at Harvard to a tumultuous global spiritual community that pioneered collective awakening and, finally, to an ongoing experiment in intersubjective emergence in Frankfurt, Germany.

I founded One World in Dialogue, an online forum to explore how intersubjectivity can bring us together across cultures to create new capacities in global consciousness. An author, transformative educator, journalist/editor, community leader and mentor, I have found the answer to my question in the amazing collective emergence of the Co-Conscious We and seek to share its potential in all that I do.

In 2019, the Emerge Network held a gathering in Kyiv. As the war broke out, Ivo Juriaan Mensch and Jonathan Rowson began hosting weekly dialogues with friends and contacts in Ukraine. These calls open a window to the power of networked collective action inspired by love of one’s culture, home, freedom, and sovereignty. We are honored to have some of the participants in these conversations to join us and “share the culture.”

Kateryna Yasko (Ukraine) is an organizational psychologist, a trainer for the development of emotional intelligence, trust, cooperation, effective communication, and peaceful conflict resolution, and co-founder of the consulting company U-Integral. Her academic background is in the area of international relations and law (MSc), business (MBA), and psychology (MSc). She bases her programs on the principles of Ken Wilber’s Integral approach and Marshall Rosenberg’s Nonviolent Communication, and is certified in Spiral Dynamics Integral and in Susanne Cook-Greuter’s Maturity Assessment Profile. Kateryna is also head of the public association “International Institute for Integral Development” and a founder of the educational initiative EMPATIA.PRO, specializing in bringing  holistic approaches into educational leadership and learning cultures. 

Taras Nazarov is a molecular geneticist at Washington State University and second lieutenant of mechanized infantry of The Ukrainian Armed Forces reserve. 

Having part of the family in the US and part in Kyiv, Ukraine, they engaged in grassroots network building for global support to Ukraine. With Hanna Husakova and Alesia Bolot they created Unity of Ukraine – a network that connects volunteers, non-profits, businesses, diplomatic missions and governmental organizations. They work directly with Medical Forces, General Staff of Ukrainian Army, Ministry of Defense, Ministry of Health and multiple local organizations in Ukraine, other parts of Europe, and United States. 

Mihail Krikunov, Ph.D., Professor, certified marketer (Chartered Institute of Marketing, UK, 1999), Certified Leadership Trainer (Development Dimensions International, USA, 2020). Dean of the Kyiv Business School, President and co-founder of Ukrainian Bildung Network, member of the Supervisory Board of the Maidan Open University, Kyiv. Lecturer, elite corporate trainer, adult education methodologist, MBA program developer, management and marketing consultant and corporate top manager, career and business mentor.

Mihail has more than 30 years of experience in management and teaching, research, business consulting, training in marketing, management, strategy development and executive trainings. He is International Economic Development Council, Washington, USA, research fellow; visiting professor at the University of New Brunswick, Canada. Member of ILA – International Leadership Association, USA, MRS – British Society for Marketing Research, MBA / EMBA programs’ professor at various business schools. Author and teacher of  number of popular online courses (Strategic Thinking, Social Marketing, Critical Thinking, and others). Specializes in strategic development, practical aspects of marketing and management, improving management efficiency, complexity theory’s applications in management, industry clusters’ creation and development, leadership development in professional areas, effective thinking for managers, adult education. Author of experimental teaching methods based on experiential learning and arts-based learning. He often speaks at national and international professional forums and conferences on business management, marketing and cluster development. Author of more than 70 scientific papers, member of the team of the European bestseller “Business Model Generation: A Handbook for Visionaries, Game Changers, and Challengers”, Wiley, 2010.

Liliya Luts, Co-Founder of the New Thinking School in Ukraine, is an organizational consultant, Professional Certified Coach (PCC ICF), NLP Master,  Coach in the methodology of diagnostics of leadership maturity (Leadership Development Framework).


We begin with an interview with Olha and Oleksiy who share with us the unique musical culture of Ukraine. They speak also of their efforts to support Ukraine. This will be followed by a piano duet featuring classical Ukrainian music.

Olha Chipak began her musical education still in her native country, Ukraine, at the Music School (class of I. Zhukovska) and at the Music College in Uzhgorod (class of Doz. V. Pasteliak). She completed her piano studies at the Lyssenko Music Academy in Lviv with diploma exams and concert exams (class of Prof. M. Krushelnytska and N. Pasteliak).

She started her concert activity still as a student, gave many concerts in Ukraine and Poland among others at the “Virtuosi Festival” in Lviv and at the Festival for the Anniversary of the National Philharmonic Orchestra (1998) in Kiev. Intensive was her cooperation with the symphony orchestras of the National Philharmonic and the Lviv Philharmonic. She became a laureate of the international piano competitions, winning many prizes.

Since 1998, special successes have been recorded in piano duo with Oleksiy Kushnir.

Together they studied as a piano duo at the hmt Rostock with Professors Hans-Peter and Volker Stenzl. They have won many prestigious awards in competition. Many concert tours took place – in Ukraine, Poland, Italy, Germany, France, Belgium, Denmark, USA, Russia, China and others, in the Konzerthaus Berlin, in the Sala Baldini in Rome, in the Glasunov Hall in St. Petersburg, in the Great Hall of the Warsaw Chopin Academy, in the National Philharmonic Hall in Kiev, in the Steinway Hall and Lincoln Theater in Miami, in the Teatro Verdi in Trieste, etc. at renowned international festivals such as “Heinrich Neuhaus Festival”, “Virtuosen” (Ukraine), Piano Festival in Trieste and “Mecklenburger Festspiele” as well as at the NDR, BR-Klassik, HR, radio and television in Ukraine, Poland, San Marino and China.

As a lecturer she gave master classes for piano and piano duo at the Landesakademie Baden-Württemberg in Ochsenhausen every year between 2007 and 2009 together with Gebrüder Stenzl.

Olha Chipak has been a lecturer for accompaniment and piano at the Rostock University of Music and Theatre since 2004.

Oleksiy Kushnir began his musical education still in his native country, Ukraine, at the S. Krushelnytska Music School (class of J. Moisjak) in Lviv. He completed his piano studies at the Lyssenko Music Academy in Lviv, graduating with a diploma and a concert exam (class of Prof. M. Krushelnytska and J. Örmeny).

Already at that time he developed solo and chamber music activities in Ukraine, Poland and France, among others with symphony orchestras of the Philharmonic Orchestras of Lviv and Kiev.

In 1996, together with violinist Ostap Shutko, he became the laureate of the international chamber music competition named Maria Canals in Barcelona.

Since 1998 special successes have been achieved in piano duo with Olha Chipak. Together they studied as a piano duo at the hmt Rostock with professors Hans-Peter and Volker Stenzl. They have won an abundance of awards in competition.

Mainly thanks to new artistic contacts after the competitions many concert tours came about – in Ukraine, Poland, Italy, Germany, France, Belgium, Denmark, USA, Russia, China a.o. in the Konzerthaus Berlin, in the Sala Baldini in Rome, in the Glasunov Hall in St. Petersburg, in the Great Hall of the Warsaw Chopin Academy, in the National Philharmonic Hall in Kiev, in the Steinway Hall and Lincoln Theater in Miami, in the Teatro Verdi in Trieste, Olha Chipak and Oleksiy Kushnir received international recognition.

Their interpretations have been heard and seen at renowned international festivals such as “Heinrich Neuhaus Festival”, “Virtuosen” (Ukraine), Piano Festival in Trieste and “Mecklenburger Festspiele” as well as on NDR, BR-Klassik, HR, radio and television in Ukraine, Poland, San Marino and China.

In 2007 her CD with piano duo works by Johannes Brahms, Max Reger and Sergei Rachmaninov was released (ZMS Records), which became the winner of the “Web Concert Hall

As lecturers they gave master classes for piano and piano duo at the Landesakademie Baden-Württemberg in Ochsenhausen every year between 2007 and 2009 together with Gebrüder Stenzl.

Oleksiy Kushnir has been a lecturer for piano since 2006 (major and compulsory subject in the Bachelor of Music program as well as major, core and minor piano in the teaching profession).

Anna will offer a series of evolving meditations that she calls Body Scan, Heart Connectedness, and Campfire of Love. Each meditation will be followed by a short period of silence. They form the sacred ground for a mutual dialogue on an eye and heart level.

Dr. Anna Gamma, Director of the Institute Zen & Leadership in Lucerne,
Switzerland, is leading training programs for leaders and executive coaches. She
also teaches Leadership programs as a faculty member at universities in
Switzerland. She holds various mandates in the business world. Her international
commitments lead her mainly to the Balkan region and the Middle East. Anna
Gamma is an authorized Zen Master and Director of the Zen Zentrum Offener
Kreis in Lucerne. She is sought as spiritual teacher, speaker and author. As the
long-time CEO of the Lassalle-Institut: Zen. Ethik. Leadership, she focused on
training programs on leadership and coaching.

Global Social Witnessing is the human capacity to mindfully attend to global events with an embodied awareness, thereby creating an inner world space that mirrors and brings compassion to these events. We shift from being a mere bystander, mentally processing the latest news, to an active witness, responding from our bodies and hearts, as well as our minds. Global Social Witnessing teaches us to gently turn our attention towards rather than away from challenging events in the world.

In the Pocket Project, it is our understanding that unresolved systemic, multigenerational trauma delays the development of the human family, harms the natural world, and inhibits our higher evolution. Adequate healing and peace-building starts from our capacity to presence what is actually happening, both internally and externally. We consciously develop our ability to gain a more precise and embodied sense of relatedness to events in the outside world. 

Through Global Social Witnessing, we relate to the cultural process and understand that the social body is developing through all of us. As human beings, we are a small movement within the bigger movement of the collective and of life itself. Through our presence and intentionality, we co-shape the events we witness.

Kosha Anja Joubert serves as CEO of the Pocket Project, dedicated to restoring a fragmented world by addressing and healing personal, ancestral, and collective trauma. She holds an MSc in Organisational Development, is an experienced facilitator, coach, and consultant, and has worked extensively in the fields of systems regeneration, intercultural collaboration, and trauma-informed leadership. Kosha grew up in South Africa under Apartheid and has been dedicated to transformational edgework ever since. She has authored several books and received the Dadi Janki Award (2017) for engaging spirituality in life and work and the One World Award (2020) for her work in building the Global Ecovillage Network to a worldwide movement reaching out to over 6000 communities on all continents. Read more

Rami reminds us that Ukraine was the center and origin of most important mystic dynasties since at least the middle ages. He will share with us some Jewish-Ukrainian vocal incantations  as well as guiding us in “Bearing Witness.”

“Bearing Witness” has a deep spiritual, historical, and psychological significance that all relate to taking a stand through one’s presence. In Christianity and Islam, bearing witness refers to acknowledging and standing for the Light, Goodness, and Truth – no matter what the cost.

After the Holocaust in World War II and in contexts like the South African Truth & Reconciliation Commission, bearing witness means bringing the truth to light so that a nation or people may grapple with their past. The core hope is never again.

In trauma therapy, where listening with empathy to someone’s story is a first step in healing, bearing witness brings the survivor back into human community through the empathic recognition that he or she has suffered a deep moral wrong.

Rami Avraham Efal is an independent Israeli visual artist, vocal ritualist, humanitarian & teacher, drawing from nondual Jewish & Buddhist traditions, woven with individual, collective, cross-cultural and ancestral trauma-informed healing & peacebuilding modalities. He has worked in Auschwitz-Birkenau, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and with South & Northern Native American nations. Rami Avraham was recently deployed in eastern Poland, bearing witness to, and in support of, displaced Ukrainian refugees.

Sharing our worlds with each other; staying in the present of presence. This is particularly important when facing the devastation of war. Circling is a multi-stage relational practice and unique transformational modality. It is a dynamic group process that is part-art-form, part-skillful facilitation and part-relational yoga. 

Guy Sengstock (Founder & Co-Owner of The Circling Institute) is the founder and creator of the Circling™ Method. He has been facilitating transformation for individuals, groups and corporations internationally for more than 20 years. He has a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and is the co-founder of The Arête Center for Excellence and the Bay Area Men’s Circle, which is still thriving today.  He is an artist, philosopher, poet, body-worker, and visionary.

One Meditation Day is a monthly virtual meditation practice, free and open to everyone. It was founded in 2013 by Manon DesJardins and Rick Bissonette as a response to spiritual teacher Craig Hamilton’s invitation to create extended time for meditation. It has expanded to include Joanna Seere and Jeff Sullivan. Each month for four hours we come together in meditation, usually including a guest to lead us in the first hour. Four times a year we  replay a video  from the 24 hour One World Bearing Witness Event.  You are welcome to visit our website at Onemeditation.net for more. 
As students participating and studying in Craig Hamilton’s online community back in 2010, Rick Bissonnette and Manon Desjardins partnered in leading practice circle discussion groups and meditations.   After several years, the community was challenged to dedicate one day a month for meditation and contemplation.  So in 2014 we began OneMeditation Day – one Sunday a month sitting six hours together in meditation. At nearly the same time, Elizabeth Debold and Thomas Steininger decided to begin  a 24-hour global community event – One World Bearing Witness.  After years of growing and evolving, Onemeditation was integrated into OWBW in the silent meditation dimension of that event. 
So today, as a participating member of OWBW, Rick will lead us in prayer for world peace. 

In this session, we will weave together different threads brought by the Ukrainians and the presenters. By creating a field of shared awareness, we will explore and expand our capacity to hold complexity without collapsing into division. How can we hold strong feelings without having them hijack the whole space between us? Can our perspectives come into synergy? How can conflict turn into creative friction?

When a conversation takes a turn into the sometimes uncomfortable and often contentious topics of race, religion, gender, sexuality, and politics, such as the Ukraine War, it can be difficult to know what to say or how to respond to someone you disagree with. Compassionate Conversations empowers us to transform these conversations into opportunities to bridge divides and mend relationships by providing the basic set of conflict resolution skills we need to be successful, including listening, reframing, and dealing with strong emotions.

Diane Musho Hamilton combines decades of work in in conflict resolution with depth of experience in sitting meditation. She often says that “mediate” and “meditate”, share the same purpose: to bring what is divided or in dispute into harmony. In mediation, one brings disputing parties to agreement. In meditation, one brings body, speech, and mind into coherence with the environment. With extraordinary warmth, depth and insight, she encourages us to work with our differences, while discovering our fundamental unity.

Diane is the author of Everything is Workable: A Zen Approach to Conflict Resolution, (2013, Shambhala Publications), The Zen of You and Me: A Guide to Getting Along with Just About Anyone (March 2017, Shambhala Publications), and soon to be released, Compassionate Conversations: How to Speak and Listen from the Heart, in-press with Gabriel Wilson and Kimberly Loh (May, 2020, Shambhala Publications.)

John will be joined by Thomas Steininger for a dialogue on the critical importance and developmental step toward dialogos as an essential foundation for the open society. We tend to misunderstand what dialogue–or dia Logos really means. The word “dialogue” is often misunderstood to mean a conversation between two people. But the actual root of the word means “Logos”—the Word or divine wisdom—comes through (“dia”). There is a potential in dia-logos for something to happen between us that is both sacred and meaningful. 

John Vervaeke became internationally known through his impressive YouTube series, Awakening from the Meaning Crisis. Following this, through his many YouTube dialogues with scientists, philosophers, and activists, he has become an exemplar of the ethos of a new global dialogue culture. He is an Associate Professor at the University of Toronto and he is the director of the Cognitive Science program in the Consciousness and Wisdom Studies Laboratory. He has a vast body of scientific work related to consciousness, mindfulness, flow, and wisdom. 


This will be an “open mic” session. Everyone is invited to share experiences and perceptions from the day. Our underlying question is: how do we defend and develop an open society?


You are needed. The spiritual potential of open society has not been realized—yet.

Fundamentalists of all kinds perceive our materialistic, market-driven secular societies as decadent and valueless–Godless, if you will. Despite a resurgence of interest in practices of meditation, personal spiritual development, ancient and indigenous wisdom, there is no shared foundation of nondogmatic sacredness that binds us together in an open society.

Openness is a spiritual attainment and value: consciousness is open, free, unfixed. Holding openness as the ground for mutual understanding is called for now to defend the potential of the open society. Being open and defending openness are not easy to hold together.

Dialogue, when held in openness, helps to hold this complexity. In the field of dialogue something emerges that is beyond conflict, a synergy of perspectives, held within the collective. This is a source of creative power and deep connection.

You can help.

Through your donations, you can help relieve the immediate, physical suffering of Ukrainians.

But there is more that we can do together. Let’s deepen our humanity so that we can hold the complexity of emotions, truths, and experiences that are alive in the world today so that we can consciously develop an open society.

And let’s imagine and embody the world we want to create together.


What is this event?

Defending the Open Society is a global, live, interactive Zoom video conference to create a space for reflecting on the war in Ukraine and standing in solidarity with the values of the open society. These values have been breached now as they were in Iraq twenty years ago. We will explore the human toll of today’s war and the future of healing and peace that we want to support in Ukraine. We will explore practices that expand our individual and collective capacity to hold conflict, discomfort, and the ambiguity of no right or wrong and multiple rights and wrongs. These practices open our hearts and minds to the potential of the open society.

The event is not meant to be primarily a political event or an exploration of who is to blame or what governments can or should do. We want to support the Ukrainian people in their immediate needs and create a global field of dialogue to develop some momentum, however small, toward a more evolved, open society.

Right now, this means vigorously defending the sovereignty of the Ukrainian people. Building our capacity for holding complexity is critical for us to create a global, open society and to tackle existential issues like climate collapse.

By facing the reality of the war and engaging in sincere dialogue, we can foster trust and intention that the collective intelligence held within the human whole will inspire and inform us to act from right action and a deeper response.

Donations from this event will go to providing medical and humanitarian aid for the people of Ukraine.

Where do the donations go?

We have been in conversation with Ukrainians working inside and outside their country to determine where the best places are to donate. They have noted that the large international aid organizations are often less effective in getting help where it is needed. In alignment with our mission, our focus is on organizations that broadly support the consciousness and culture of Ukrainians/Ukraine. In this context, it means supporting the health of communities, thereby responding to the immediate needs for health and safety, and the mental health of those traumatized by war. The event organizers will not receive any profit from this event. You are also welcome to donate to these organizations directly and then join the event for free. Donations of any size will be gratefully accepted.

Razom for Ukraine

Razom, which means “together” in Ukrainian, has been working toward a better Ukraine since the 2014 Revolution of Dignity and the war in Eastern Ukraine. They are procuring and arranging the delivery of medical supplies throughout Ukraine.

GoodWill /WasGood

WasGood is a local Ukrainian organization providing food and basic necessities to villagers trapped by the war.

Voices of Children

Voices of Children Foundation has been working with children traumatized by war in Ukraine since 2015.

We have also been told by the Ukrainians we are in touch with that they need help for their soldiers. If you want to help them, here are two organizations that have been recommended to us: Come Back Alive: Defending Ukraine Together and Ukrainian Women Veteran Movement.

Who Are We?

evolve World responds to the crises of our times by catalyzing emergence—the emergence of new thinking, new human capacities, and new global awareness— through dialogue. We provide intensive training in emergent dialogue, a practice of living at a new stage of intersubjective development; produce the respected German-language quarterly magazine evolve to explore the future of human consciousness and culture; offer global events (like this one) to develop an actual felt sense of our entanglemen with each other and with life, and we cultivate a living community where we help each other walk our talk. evolve World integrates the work of One World in Dialogue and evolve Magazin, connecting the German and English work of the educational charity, emerge bewusstseinskultur e.V. We are located in Frankfurt, Germany.
Co-Creating Europe aims for a fundamentally new political and spiritual sharing of life on this planet. Despite all of its current problems, we believe in the potential of Europe to embrace unity in diversity and become an experimental hub for new, transnational forms of society. As a network of purpose-driven individuals and initiatives, we want to contribute to this process. We stand for a Europe that is true to its best values but willing to face and transform the shadows of our history and culture so we can be an inspiring partner for all world-cultures in co-creating humanity’s future as a new partnership between the multitude of our world’s cultures and a new partnership between us humans, spirit, and earth.

In collaboration with:

John Vervaeke
Diane Musho Hamilton
Anna Gamma
Guy Sengstock
Rami Avraham Efal
Kosha Joubert