How the solutionary process helps us identify the root and systemic causes of entrenched problems and find leverage points for change.Read more »
Our relationship with animals is inconsistent, leading us to love some and treat others cruelly.
Meanwhile, vegan diets are easier than ever. We can align our values and actions and speed the process of building a more compassionate world through our daily meal choices.
An interview with Roberto Filacchione, M.A., an alumnus of the graduate programs we offer in partnership with Antioch University. Roberto discusses how he applies a humane educator lens to his work as a writer, musician, advocate, and educator.Read more »
Christine Cook Mania, M.A., discusses here recently released book, Vegan Minded: Becoming a Steward for Animals, People, and the Planet, she started writing as her master’s capstone project.Read more »
Natalie Amezcua, M.A., graduated from our gradate programs in humane education with Antioch University and now prepares students to be effective leaders in the movement to end factory farming. Hear about her journey to and through the humane education program.Read more »
Imagine if the mission of every school was to prepare all students to lead lives of joy and purpose as knowledgeable, creative, and compassionate citizens of a global society. Learning would flourish; so too, might our world.Read more »
An interview with Elisabetta Romano, who completed the Solutionary Micro-Credential Program (SMP) with IHE in 2022 and is now integrating the learnings into her language classes in Australia.Read more »