The OneShared.World IDEA (Interdependence Education for Action) School is the educational arm of OneShared.World. The IDEA School is represented by a diverse team of college students and experienced educators from around the world. We are committed to building an interdependent society embracing economic, environmental, gender and racial justice.
Our projects include the IDEA School Toolkits — “Hope Talks” Conversation Guides and Deep Dive toolkits — to help you better understand, discuss and share the ideas and actions around interdependence, and the “A Children’s Call for Hope” campaign.
OneShared.World operates under the fiscal sponsorship of the Social Good Fund, a California nonprofit corporation and registered 501(c)(3) organization, Tax ID (EIN) 46-1323531.
“Hope Talks” Conversation Guides
The “Hope Talks” Conversation Guides will facilitate deep conversation and increase your connectedness with those around you on topics including hope, family and community, climate change, culture, and globalization. Explore the Guides here
Deep Dive Toolkits
The Deep Dive toolkits explore the importance of interdependence and hope to our world today — curated content, activities, and resources to encourage you to look at the world through the lens of interdependence, understand your place in an increasingly interconnected and interdependent world, develop a hopeful mindset, and drive your quest for meaningful, positive change. Topics include Biology & Public Health, Culture and Self-Concept, Human Rights, Social Movements, and more. Explore the Deep Dive toolkits here
“A Children’s Call for Hope” Campaign
The “A Children’s Call for Hope” campaign invited children from early childhood years through middle school to respond to the question: “Where do you find HOPE?“
Through the voices of children and young people, we hoped to stimulate the imagination of all of us who need HOPE in these troubled times. We encouraged children from around the world to send in their responses — including pictures, poems, stories and animations.
The current campaign and submissions period concluded on June 15, 2021. We hope to run a new campaign in 2020.
View the children’s artwork and read more about the campaign here.