The One Humanity association 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.
To achieve these goals the association is developing 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.
The project is led by Larissa Mettler. Rahel Lämmler, architect and author, is the head of the association's board and Brigitte Schmid, Senior Director at Human Rights Watch Zürich, is the board's vice-president.
These are the advisors to the association:
Nader A. Taghavi, architect and lecturer at the Academy of Art and Design at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Basel
Thomas Gröbly, lecturer in ethics and poet
Sarah Sabry, PhD, social scientist and global lead for urban programmes at the children's rights organization Save the Children
Myriam Rüegsegger, communications, marketing and event specialist, formerly at Fondation Beyeler
Siddhartha Arora, lecturer on innovation and IT architect
Merav Mack, PhD, historian, author of Jerusalem: City of the Book, Yale University Press
Šeherzada Paden, advisor on international relations
Claire Benn, research fellow, the Humanising Machine Intelligence Project at the Australian National University
Rajen Parekh, an Asbury Park/USA and Pondicherry/India based writer and aspiring filmmaker, formerly served with the United Nations in the Caucasus, Middle East, and Afghanistan