Houston

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Cymene Howe y Dominic Boyer
The death of the glacier OK in Iceland gives shape and name to the consequences of climate change. Never before in human history had there been the necessity of mourning a glacier. Two anthropologist took part in the ritual and made a documental that awakens the world in regards to the “dead ice”.
Sydney

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Carmen Fusca
Pasi Sahlberg, teacher and creator of the educational reform in Finland, talks about what children have learnt outside of schools and the conditions school systems need to keep going.
New York

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Mónica Prandi
Why is it that helping kids so much won´t help them grow? Lenore Skenazy shares her experiences about why doing a little less is not negligent or lazy, but a vote of confidence.
Miami

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Carla Miller
USA comprises 5% of the world population and consumes 50% of prescribed medication in the planet. Pills are the easiest way to go about an illness, but with so much medication, are we becoming healthier or sicker?
Tokyo

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Chihiro Ikegami
According to conflict resolution studies the path to reconciliation begins with an effective apology. Yet it poses disturbing questions and allows us to glimpse a picture little known to Western audiences. Why do some countries manage to recognize the mistakes of the past and seek reconciliation? Why do others fail in the attempt? Transferring the apology, that instrument of interpersonal communication to the field of international politics is not an easy task.