After a century of remembering the lives of those lost in wars, are we doing enough to honour their memories and ensure the world is free from conflict?
It’s very easy to ignore issues that don’t affect us immediately.
Are we foolish enough to think these won’t come back to bite us?
Have our schools kept up with the needs of the world we live in? How should we best educate the next generation?
We tend to miss the value of lessons until it is too late. Does hardship have the potential to transform our mindset and abilities?
Should we choose to work together to best protect our most important systems from hacking? How does our current path reflect on the state of our humanity?
In a world of advertised cosmetic surgery, who sets the standard of what we should all look like? As it becomes more possible and acceptable to look less ‘human’, how do we prioritise our natural individuality?
The world is changing at a pace only our imaginations can keep up with. As our connectivity and communications ‘advance’, how do we keep our humanity intact?