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At the moment we all live exposed long-term issues that have been established as normal, such as extreme poverty, inequality and climate crisis. The new generations need much more than technical knowledge to face the complex challenges of the 21st century. They ought to have inner resources for self-management, resilience, compassion and empathy.
Aiming at offering complementary skills to the technical education, LIS – Social Innovation Lab has been developing human-centered programs based on Social, Emotional, and Ethical (SEE) Learning. This methodology is fundamentally based around three dimensions, which broadly encompass the types of knowledge and competencies it seeks to foster in students: (1) Awareness, (2) Compassion, and (3) Engagement. LIS, guided by this approach, aims to develop opportunities for the flourishing of future humanised professionals. These professionals will be the next generation of leaders who will help their communities to overcome future crises, as well as achieve social and environmental well-being.
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