We invite people from all walks of life to share their vision for a kinder city. We want to hear your hopes, dreams, and ideas to shape a better future for all. To join us and become a citizen, simply finish this sentence…

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    Imagining a city of the future

    built on kindness.

    Meet the Kind Council. A human cyborg. A rapper. An entrepreneur. An LGBT TV host. A 15-year-old inventor. And a futurologist.

    They’ll be your tour guides on the Kind City Podcast: an interactive audio experience where you choose what happens next. Hear from them and others on topics like sustainability, inclusion, and dreams. It’s a great bit of inspiration if you’re struggling to complete the phrase: “The Kind City of the future will…”

    Once we’ve gathered all these submissions from around the world, we’ll use artificial intelligence to turn them into 10 founding principles. Essential things any city should do to be kinder in the future… and it’s all been made by you.

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    Tan France
    Head of Hope

    Interactive Podcast.

    In this podcast, you decide where to go and who to listen to. Hear incredible stories of kindness from around the world. Start with multigenerational living in the USA. Travel to China to hear about climate change. Tech hubs in Brazilian favelas. Dreams in the UK. A kindness currency in Japan. You choose.   

    Kind Council.

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    Tan France

    Head of Hope

    As a gay, Asian man, Tan France knows about needing hope in our future cities. You may know him from Queer Eye, but today he will be your tour guide through the Kind City podcast. Bon voyage.

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    Emicida

    Chief Empathy Officer

    Emicida uses his voice to rap about Brazil’s black heritage: academics, artists, and activists. The São Paulo-born musician knows that to create a better future we need to learn from the past.

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    Gitanjali Rao

    CTO of the Future

    A scientist, inventor, and TIME Magazine’s Kid of the Year in 2020. At only 15 Gitanjali has already used tech to tackle contaminated drinking water, opioid addiction, and cyberbullying. She wants to solve global challenges by creating a community of young innovators.

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    Ibun Hirahara

    Head of Inclusion

    Ibun is leading the way when it comes to inclusion in education. As founder of the company ‘World Road’ , her goal is to ‘build the world in to a single school’. A kinder place for the many, not the few.

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    Oona Horx-Strathern

    Head of Humanity

    Oona has an Irish passport. She has worked in England. Lives in Vienna. Travelled Europe. Hitched across Africa. An expert on the history of futurology, the architecture of the future, and countless other topics. The perfect person to talk about humanity in our future cites.

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    Dr Peter Scott-Morgan

    Director of Dreams

    Peter, called the first ‘human cyborg,’ is an English-American scientist. In 2017 he was diagnosed with motor-neurone disease but has not slowed down one bit. Peter and his husband lead a charitable foundation, which uses innovative tech to transform the lives of people with extreme disabilities.

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