2022 Human Flourishing Forum

The Human Flourishing Forum consists of a two day program and involves leaders and luminaries from around the world exploring what constitutes and inhibits human flourishing. We are grateful to be partnering with The Human Flourishing Program at Harvard University in hosting this Forum.

  • Opening Address

    Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia
    Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia

    President, Pontifical Academy for Life

  • Closing Address

    Cardinal Peter Turkson
    Cardinal Peter Turkson

    Chancellor, Pontifical Academy of Sciences

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  1. Defining human flourishing: is there an established definition?

    Presentation

    • Matthew T. Lee
      Matthew T. Lee

      Director of the Flourishing Network, Human Flourishing Program Harvard University

    • Brian Wellinghoff
      Brian Wellinghoff

      Partner, Chapman & Co. Leadership Institute

    Why does defining human flourishing matter?

    Panel

    • Matthew T. Lee
      Matthew T. Lee

      Director of the Flourishing Network, Human Flourishing Program Harvard University

    • Laura Taylor
      Laura Taylor

      Deputy Director-Wellbeing Research Centre, University of Oxford

    • Fr. Robert Gahl
      Fr. Robert Gahl

      Associate Professor of Ethics, Pontifical University of the Holy Cross

    • Julian Chapman
      Julian Chapman

      President, Forrest & Company Ltd.

    • Katy Granville-Chapman
      Katy Granville-Chapman

      Research Fellow, The Oxford Character Project, Oxford University

  2. Human flourishing frameworks: an overview of progress to date

    Presentation

    • Fr. Ezra Sullivan, OP
      Fr. Ezra Sullivan, OP

      Professor, Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas

    Working towards a common human flourishing framework: what would this look like and why does it matter?

    Panel

    • Matthew Sanders

      CEO, Humanity 2.0

    • John Havens
      John C. Havens

      Sustainability Practice Lead, IEEE Standards Association

    • Steve Fuller
      Steve Fuller

      Chair in Social Epistemology, University of Warwick

    • Carmen Lansdowne
      Rev. Carmen Lansdowne

      Moderator, The United Church of Canada

    • Fr. Ezra Sullivan, OP
      Fr. Ezra Sullivan, OP

      Professor, Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas

    • Joe Daly
      Joe Daly

      Senior Partner, Gallup, Inc.

  3. Why should advancing human flourishing be the purpose of an economy?

    Presentation

    • Jim Ritchie-Dunham
      Jim Ritchie-Dunham

      President, Institute for Strategic Clarity

    How a common human flourishing framework could benefit business and impact investors

    Panel

    • Tae Yoo
      Tae Yoo

      Former Senior Vice President-Corporate Affairs and Corporate Social Responsibility, Cisco Systems, Inc.

    • Erika Karp
      Erika Karp

      Executive Managing Director & Chief Impact Officer, Pathstone

    • Daniel Shakhani
      Daniel Shakhani

      Co-Founder, Salary Finance

    • Evan Baehr
      Evan Baehr

      Managing Partner, Learn Capital

    • Marcel Lotscher
      Marcel Lotscher

      Head of Regulatory Strategy, FTX Europe AG

  4. How would a human flourishing framework transform the stewardship of philanthropy?

    Presentation

    • Bob Boisture
      Bob Boisture

      President & CEO, Fetzer Institute

    How effective is philanthropy at addressing impediments to human flourishing and how can a human flourishing framework address these issues?

    Panel

    • Ron Ivey
      Ron Ivey

      Founder and Principal, Rembrandt Collective

    • Bob Boisture
      Bob Boisture

      President & CEO, Fetzer Institute

    • Patricia (Tuscia) Shmorhun Hawrylyshyn
      Patricia (Tuscia) Shmorhun Hawrylyshyn

      Co-founder and COO, MoveUkraine

    • Crenguta Leaua
      Crenguta Leaua

      Director, Swiss Institute for Alternative Thinking

Sponsors

Participating Organizations

Holy See (Vatican)
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
Harvard Business School
Harvard Medical School
University of Oxford
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
University of Pennsylvania
Baylor University
Australian Catholic University
Loyola University New Orleans
University of Warwick
Villanova University
Pontifical Lateran University
The Catholic University of America
Pontifical Oriental Institute
Pontifical University of the Holy Cross
Pontifical Lateran University
Venerable English College
Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas
Ateneo Regina Apostolorum
Expanded Reason Institute (Francisco de Victoria University)
Institute for Strategic Clarity
The United Church of Canada
Sports Media Challenge
Filo Sofi Arts
MoveUkraine
Laudato Si' Challenge
Core Values
Cisco
FTX Europe
Google
Pathstone
Gallup
Learn Capital
Fetzer Institute
National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Noovle (TIM Italia)
RAI
Kluz Ventures
Chapman & Co. Leadership Institute
Mind Foundry
Salary Finance
Swiss Institute for Alternative Thinking
Commpro Worldwide
ebo
Forrest & Company
CM-Equity AG
Flerish
Colonize Mars
Rembrandt Collective
Acton Institute - Rome
Rome Reports
Corsi e Pampanelli
Morichi Atelier LLC
Uniti Networks

The Program

Nov 3-4, 2022

Forum Venue
Pontifical Academy of Sciences
  • Welcoming remarks

    9:00 - 9:30

    Rev. Philip Larrey - Chairman, Humanity 2.0
    Matthew Sanders - CEO, Humanity 2.0

  • Opening address

    9:15 - 9:30

    Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia

  • Defining human flourishing: is there an established definition?

    9:30 - 10:00

    Matthew Lee & Brian Wellinghoff

  • Why does defining human flourishing matter?

    10:00 - 10:45

    Moderator: Fr. Bob Gahl

  • Coffee break

    10:45 - 11:15

  • Human flourishing frameworks: an overview of progress to date

    11:15 - 11:45

    Fr. Ezra Sullivan, OP

  • Working towards a common human flourishing framework: what would this look like and why does it matter?

    11:45 - 12:30

    Moderator: Matthew Sanders

  • Lunch

    12:30 - 13:30

  • Why should advancing human flourishing be the purpose of an economy?

    13:30 - 14:00

    Jim Ritchie-Dunham

  • How a common human flourishing framework could benefit business and impact investors

    14:00 - 14:45

    Moderator: Tae Yoo

  • Coffee break

    14:45 - 15:15

  • How would a human flourishing framework transform the stewardship of philanthropy?

    15:15 - 15:45

    Bob Boisture

  • How effective is philanthropy at addressing impediments to human flourishing and how can a human flourishing framework address these issues?

    15:45 - 16:15

    Moderator: Ron Ivey

  • Workshop overview presentations from leaders

    16:15 - 16:30

  • Closing remarks
    Cardinal Peter Turkson

    16:30 - 16:45

  • Tour: St. Peter's Basilica

    16:45 - 17:00

  • Reception

    18:30

  • Dinner

    19:00

Pontifical Academy of Sciences
Pontifical Academy of Sciences

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Participants in the Humanity 2.0 Forum are mission-aligned stakeholders gathered to address particular impediments to human flourishing.

The Forum provides an opportunity for stakeholders to be presented with high potential solutions to particular human challenges and then an invitation to unite in a cross-sector effort to address them. Anyone may request to attend a Forum, but due to practical considerations, only a limited number are invited.
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