Working in the humanitarian sector can come with a cost. It can be kidnapping, it can be injury (both visible and invisible). It can also be death. On 14 December, CoCreate Humanity organised it's first Remembrance Day concert. It was a memorable event to have both the Orchestre Symphonique Genevois and our musical ambassador Julie Sévilla-Fraysse play - dedicated to those humanitarian workers worldwide who lost their lives.
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Care for those who are for others:
In this episode, CoCreate Humanity talks about why a culture of care is so important for those whose job it is to care. We often think of ourselves in the humanitarian sector as the heroes who come in to help others, but might break in the process after seeing months and years on end poverty and war. That's why we need to change our mindset and this episode will tell you how.
instead of writing lots of words, or directing you to our website or one of our social media channels, I would like to invite you to watch this video. It pretty much reflects why we have started CoCreate Humanity, and how its purpose and way of working is deeply rooted in the previous experiences of its co-founders.
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