A Human Future is a small free e-quarterly (we call it a "thought sheet") that seeks to contribute to the public conversation about values and the shaping of the social ethos in which we live.
It draws on the L'Arche experience of many years living together in community as a diverse group of people, with different abilities and from various ethnic and religious backgrounds and on content from contemporary thinkers who are open and responsive to the spirit and are reflecting deeply on the individual and our society today.
Each issue features a thought-provoking interview with an outstanding Canadian. Topics range broadly and have included the media, education, democracy, bioethics and thought on what it means to be human.
Related material is put in dialogue with the central interview and links for further reading are offered.
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