Here is a compelling, straight-talk about countries that care for the well-being of other countries instead of focusing only on their own people. It presents persuasive arguments about why this is relevant in times of globalization, and it is a reminder of the importance of empathy.
“I had enough hearing about competitive countries, I have enough hearing about prosperous, wealthy, fast-growing countries. I’ve even had enough hearing about happy countries, because in the end that is still selfish, that is still about us. And we carry on thinking about “us,” we are in deep, deep trouble.”
Simon Anholt, an independent policy advisor to governments, presents a smart, well-based TEDtalk on the list of countries that lead the world in, well, caring for the world. It is called The Good Country Index.
I do not want to spoil it for you, but yo might be surprised who is on top of this list. Just a few hints: France is #11, Germany #13m The United States #21, Mexico #65, and China #107. Click and find out more.
Curated by Lupita Peimbert. @Lupitanews.