Why attend World Dignity Forum
Dignity is the foundation of full- spectrum wellbeing.
It’s the thread that connects every being on the planet, and runs through every action we take. It is the cornerstone of a sustainable future for our world.
In 2019, the World Dignity Forum will bring together solutionaries from around the globe to introduce real- world strategies to the leading humanitarian and environmental crises we face today.
We will be introducing the Dignity Declaration, and proposing actions that can be taken by anyone, anywhere, that can work towards building and preserving dignity for all.
Dignity is inherent and universal- and it begins with us.
What is World Dignity Forum?
World Dignity Forum 2019, in Los Angeles, California (WDF2019) is a 2-day event, where diverse solutionaries from across the world, will convene to showcase and amplify sustainable solutions that #DignifyLife for everything, in everything, everywhere, and the planet itself.
Be part of history in the making
Join the inauguration of the dignity declaration
The Dignity Declaration of the World Dignity Forum is a statement of our intent, the guiding principles of our efforts, and the fountainhead of all the ideas and solutions that we will create and curate over the years.
For more than 40 years, The Barefoot College has designed new ways to nurture and support a journey to empowerment, one village at a time, one woman at a time. They demystify and decentralise technology and put new tools in the hands of the rural poor with a singular objective of spreading self-sufficiency and sustainability. With a geographic focus on the Least Developed Countries, they train women worldwide as solar engineers, innovators and educators, who then return to their villages to bring light and learning to their community.
Solutionaries: Bunker Roy & Meagan Fallone
Bringing Life back to India’s Villages and Rivers
Over the last 30 years one man has led communities across India to restore their water resources, bringing rivers back to life and water to villages all over the country. By restoring the village water bodies, a miracle happened and seven major rivers of India that were previously dry beds of sand, are now flowing again.
The incredible ‘Water Man of India’ has brought water back to over 1,000 villages and rejuvenated seven rivers. Dr Rajendra Singh is a renowned water conservationist and shares his principles of relating to water and how we can come into right relationship with water, to preserve life for the coming generations.
Solutionary: Dr. Rajendra Singh