After 10 years on death row and a total of 32 years of prison time, John’s life today embraces the impactful efforts of the Workforce Development of Living Classrooms, changing lives of those most in need.
Matthew Bishop sits down with him discussing his release with help of many including The Innocence Project, the current prison system, and the leadership and educational programs that helped him during the years of incarceration.Sign Up Today
Nominated in TIME 100 Most Influential People, Jaron Lanier is a computer scientist, a composer, a visual artist and an author included by The Encyclopaedia Britannica in the list of history's 300 or so greatest inventors.Watch Now
From the Danny Kaye Humanitarian Award, Woman’s World Award for Outstanding Humanitarian, Champion of Peace Award to being a longtime UNICEF ambassador, Lucy Liu’s heart & actions reach far beyond the digital screen.Watch Now
One of the most famous & notorious rappers today, 50 Cent’s true fight is the one against hunger though his company Street King, pledging to donate 1 billion meals to the World Food Program.Watch Now
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For philanthropists of the past, charity was often a matter of simply giving money away. In the ongoing series Philanthrocapitalism, The Economist’s Matthew Bishop has in-depth conversations with the new generation of leaders who reshape the way we think and give. Largely trained in and around the corporate world, these social investors are using big-business-style strategies and expecting results and accountability to match.Go to Show
Knowing our viewers tune in from every country worldwide, the One World series was created to feature trendsetters and pioneers engaged in social change, modern-day investors leading the change for a better tomorrow. Hosted by Deepak Chopra, this show has already featured over 150 thought leaders, from famous Youtube gamers, Nobel laureates, rock stars, physicists, Wall Street icons to activists. Unique conversations with some of our world’s most specials minds.Go to Show
Hosted by Deepak Chopra, the Love in Action conversations with Goldie Hawn, 50 Cent, Mark Ruffalo, JR, Fran Drescher, RFK Jr., Jean-Georges, Russell Simmons and Adrian Grenier illuminate their influence as leading change agents for a better world. Each one shares passionately their efforts how they encourage people to fight hunger, embrace sustainable and mindful ways of living, fight gun violence and promoting women health.Go to Show
Imagination is a vital human capacity, and a key to educational and economic success in the 21st century. Imagination Presents is a series of discussions shot at New York’s Lincoln Center, that connects business, creative and social leaders, opinion formers and investors for crossover conversation and inspiration on the algorithms of their industry and the importance of imagination in their work and life.Go to Show
In this series Deepak Chopra has in-depth discussions around consciousness and capitalism, featuring impact investors including Gravity Payments’ Dan Price and Malaria No More’s Ray Chambers, who drive just behavior into our global markets. From human rights, labor standards, the environment to anti-corruption, Just Capital inspires corporate cultures, investors, consumers, basically all of us!Go to Show
DLD Dialogues features the trailblazers of the digital design world, highlighting it’s growing relevance today. Hosted by Matthew Bishop, The Economist, this series engages with leaders including Drew Houston (Dropbox), Peter Diamandis (XPRIZE), Pavel Durov (VKontakte) and connects business, creative and social leaders, opinion-formers and investors within the digital design world for cross-over conversation on the current trends & markets.Go to Show
Over the past three decades, Ashoka Globalizer, the world’s pre-eminent network of social entrepreneurs, has identified Fellows with the greatest potential for catalyzing global systems change. In this series a couple of these leaders describe investment strategies measured by performance of social capital and social innovations, implementing positive change in their respective industries.Go to Show
In this series, Martine Dubin sits down with some of the important minds at the NATO, discussing their role, current strategies and directions to be taken to secure a better international environment. In-depth conversations with the US Ambassador, the Chief Strategic Policy Analyst to the Secretary General, the Principal Director for Human Rights and other incredible influencers. Recorded right at the NATO headquarters studio in Brussels, this show gives you a little more insight and a human face to an otherwise less public organization.Watch Trailer
An original 10-part series featuring Colombian thought leaders, individually discussing the latest innovations in their community and industry, from agriculture, gastronomy, culture, investment banking, export, arts, fashion and entertainment to manufacturing, as well as the ways they preserve the rich Colombian culture and traditions. Shot in Colombia and hosted by Martine Dubin, each episode outlines a 360 view of their work and living environment, with a refreshing new storyline on Colombia as a country included.
Stories of Impact highlights the human perspectives that bring to life the main mission of the Templeton World Charity Foundation, exemplifying one of Sir John Templeton’s core values: to positively impact individual lives around the world. They also communicate a grander view of flourishing, where meaning, purpose, and truth are central tenets, not peripheral, to human progress. This show portrays both individual and societal impact driven by rigorous and innovative research. By sharing these personal narratives and observations, Templeton seeks to illuminate Sir John’s profound sense of optimism and hope that spiritual progress is possible.
Centennials are changing our world for the better. Their moral imaginations are creating solutions to our biggest problems and injustices, using their voices to mobilize formidable movements to erase hate around the globe. Peace First Duets is a platform that pairs the leading activists and thinkers, together with centennials. Through stories of youth peacemaking from Southside Chicago to Pakistan to South Africa, this original 10-part series features powerful dialogues that foster deeper insights, new solutions, and build new allies to address our shared concerns.