Nomadic humanitarian on a quest for , specifically for traditionally disadvantaged people.

Interact with me here if you want to get active against perpetuating our current societal biases in the digital sphere.

(P.s. Show some love for the mini mastodon 🐘 😄 )

@jules welcome. sounds good.
But would you mind to explain the context of the image?
I just see an animal with a chain /rope around their neg. Usualy that's linked to some sort of slavery. Only very view times it's linked to care taking imho.

@paulfree14 Hi dear, the picture was taken at a rescue center for former enslaved elephants in Chiang Mai. The picture felt suiting in this context due to the Mastodon logo. But, I do agree with the large room for misinterpretation & now disagree with e.g. the sanctuaries daily 'mud baths' organised for tourists, which cause the elephants skin to dry out faster... Although, I saw with how much love, care, medicine, food (..) they treated the animals, it isn't an ideal image/sustainable solution.

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Radicle Challenge

Tired of society and yet determined to change the world for the better?

This Mastodon pledges to collect ideas to design an inclusive, positive and free future for and by all human beings.

I am Jules and this is my personal Mastodon.
With a background in psychology and humanitarian actions, I am currently building a science center on wheels (just a fancy way to call a 1989 MB van...) with which I plan to engage traditionally disadvantaged youth and adolescence in sciences & research in a playful manner. Covering everything from natural sciences, English, research methods, data analyses, philosophy of science, creativity, mindfulness, goal-setting, project coordination, story-telling, healthy living, cultural sensitivity, dialogue & communication, self-esteem, to self-actualization and more.

1st stop - Skaramagas refugee camp in Greece.

I am looking for like-minded people to join me in the endeavor of enabling marginalized people in creating a future for themselves, all while exploring ones own unique set of skills, talents and interests.
Research suggests humans are social creatures, we live of others affection and care, and our purpose is defined by how well we contribute to society. Sadly, in recent years a persons 'value' has become more definable by his or her salary than by held 'values' such as morals, compassion, empathy, creativity, loyalty, truthfulness, etc. That in addition to growing automation, and subsequent competition for employment in increasingly urbanized contexts, lays the need to adopt relevant and broad, practical and soft skills, which allow for self-actualization regardless.

Members of this Mastodon signed up to share their unique experiences, 'tips & tricks', or what one considers relevant in this day and age to learn. Therewith, bridging the digital skills gap. Given the diverse audience of intervention, they arguably deserve equally diverse source of information. Desired Support (*not in this order)

  • Educators
  • Humanitarians
  • Humans
  • Developer
  • Critical minds
  • Thinkers & Writers
  • Data Analysts
  • Free Spirits