The nonprofit association One Humanity aims to promote tolerance and respect, as well as to encourage a dialogue about a sustainable future.
The promotion of respect for other people, cultures and the environment, and above all the promotion of self-reflection, are the association's goals. This includes reflecting on one's own values, assumptions, narratives, biases, beliefs and traditions.
The association is independent and not religiously or politically affiliated with any organisation.
Read our Articles of Association (German)
To achieve these goals the association develops public explorations that shall be integrated into a travelling exhibition. Special attention is paid to the inclusion of the broadest possible audience.
This is a project in the making by the One Humanity association. Friends and experts from various backgrounds have enriched and challenged this project through inspiring conversations.
Larissa initiated the One Humanity project and directs it, she is interested in what impact changing ones perspective has, and she believes there is value in the awareness that to the other I'm the other and that we are interconnected and interdependent on this fragile, beautiful, improbable planet
Christiane is an exhibition designer and provides consulting on content and scenography of the first public exploration on "What's in your name?"
Rahel is an architect and author, she is the head of the association's board
Brigitte is the senior director at Human Rights Watch Zürich, she is the board's vice-president
Advisors and critical feedback providers to the association:
Siddharta is a lecturer on innovation and an IT architect
Claire is a research fellow for the Humanising Machine Intelligence Project at the Australian National University
Thomas is a lecturer in ethics and a poet
Eunhee is an artist, musician and composer
Merav is a historian and author
Rajen is an Asbury Park/USA and Pondicherry/India based writer and aspiring filmmaker, formerly he served with the United Nations in the Caucasus, Middle East, and Afghanistan.
Dina is an assistant professor of economics at the University of Zurich. Her research focuses on public policies in low income countries and she also serves on the board of a number of social enterprise ventures committed to translating research into practice
Myriam is a communications, marketing and event specialist, formerly she worked at the Fondation Beyeler
Sarah is a social scientist and the global lead for urban programmes at the children's rights organisation Save the Children
Nader is an architect and lecturer at the Academy of Art and Design at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Basel
The image of our home planet on our page Beliefs was taken on 22 December 1968 from the Apollo 8 spacecraft and is the property of NASA.
One Humanity / Larissa Mettler / Genossenschaft Q 27 / Quellenstrasse 27 / 8005 Zürich