The Center for Humane Technology (CHT) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to radically reimagining the digital infrastructure.
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FREE ONLINE COURSES
Get a crash course on ubuntu-based principles with a free online Ubuntuworks Mini-course. These are multi-part, short courses with video, podcasts and articles curated from the Ubuntuworks Resource Hub to expand your awareness of important concepts in topics such as healthy workplaces, restorative justice, and integrative law. You can start right now. Our two courses, "Ubuntu Principles for a Healthy Workplace," and, "Mediation Skills for Everyday Life" are ready for you.
A new era of educators
The Ubuntuworks Project 2023 is preparing a teacher training program for educators to learn creative methods to teach ubuntu-based principles to their students and to integrate them into their existing coursework.
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Curriculums for Educational Institutions
The Ubuntuworks Project helps educational institutions through seminars and courses to integrate ubuntu-based principles into their programming. Topics include: Ubuntu principles around the world; Active listening; Peaceful conflict resolution; Restorative justice; The science of compassion and empathy; and From the classroom to the streets—Changing how we relate as humans. In October, 2023, civil rights lawyer, Eric Sirotkin visited the Mandela International School's class on ubuntu.
The Ubuntuworks School
Teaching conflict resolution
A school to share ideas and train students and professionals in ubuntu-based principles. Currently, we are offering live and self-study CLE courses on "Tools for Creative Lawyering."
The Resource Hub provides organizations and individuals interested in a more connected and compassionate world with data, stories, studies and support for the importance of ubuntu-based principles in our world.
Active listening skills can go a long way to mediating a conflict or smoothing a bumpy relationship. Try this refresh.
The Ubuntu Resource Hub is the World Wide Web of Ubuntu. Find studies, stories, articles and podcasts on ubuntu here.
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