We all experience the world in vastly different ways. As different parts of our identity - such as our gender, age, competences, interests, ethnicity, nationality - find resonance with the evolving contexts in the world, we change first as individuals and then as groups. When these groups are smaller, the changes tend to be more egalitarian. History is replete with examples of small societies that navigate the complexities of their physical and social realities to deliver a better life to their citizens. The Indus Valley Civilisation was among the largest and most developed ancient civilizations in history. Their remarkable sense of aesthetics, well planned cities and civic amenities continue to fascinate scientists from across disciplines. But as human settlements have grown, egalitarianism has taken a backseat as we react to changing socio-political landscapes. There is an ever-growing gulf between us, our ecosystems and our nation states that fuels ambition and drives growth. How do we ensure that this growth can be achieved without future human generations and the other species of Earth bearing the brunt of our reactive, short term thinking?
Not the rote learning our schools practice but a model of immersive apprenticeship and role-playing that gives individuals a platform to practice thinking differently. Not the guru-driven guides that are often proxies for deeper agendas but introspective programs to help us know our place on this planet. Not just through knowledge but through wisdom.
At Worldview, our aim is to catalyse the creation of collective impact focused societies. Impact that is inspired from deep insights gleaned from fundamental truths about ourselves and the world. A collective impact driven society compounds the actions of the many to achieve sustained development.
In order to facilitate this transformation, we provide learning platforms that provide a multidimensional understanding of the world. Students get the opportunity to apply their academic knowledge in avenues that stretch their imagination. Individuals who are the product of the incumbent educational systems undergo experiences that help them find the connection between themselves and the world. Organisations gain a layered understanding of the world and then incorporate these learning into their everyday activities. And together, all our participants learn how deep their connection to the wider environment is.
Our teams take as much inspiration from the gurukuls of the past as they do from modern schools of thought. All our research converges into programs that provide transformational experiences led by guides and experts in their fields. By investing in campuses that bring participants closer to nature as well as digital platforms to support learning and collaboration, we are incubating the next generation of leaders who can helm our journey to becoming wiser, more egalitarian societies.