Nina Meyerhof, Ed. D. is a visionary thought leader recognized for a life of advocating for children and youth. The co-author of “Conscious Education: The Bridge to Freedom”, and “Pioneering Spiritual Activism”. Nina has received many awards for her work from The Mother Theresa Award to the Citizens Department of Peace Award to The International Educators Award for Peace as well as the State of Vermont passed a Resolution honoring her for her life’s work in PEACE, the Seeds of Peace Award and second of recipients for the Public Peace Prize.
Nina advocates for all people to go beyond cultural, ethnic and religious differences and strive for altruistic ethics. Her focus is on the realization that peace must come from recognizing our interwoven unity.
Thus the project “One Humanity Institute – a City of Hope” is emerging adjacent to the Auschwitz Museum, a place of renown historical horror with 2 million visitors a year, needing learning we must ‘Never Again’… stressing not one of us should ‘Ever Again’.
After meeting Domen Kocevar from Slovenia, and with his inspired to action understanding, we began our many visits, meetings, planning and visioning to bring this into form. We are now actively in the process of designing a complex of a variety of programs as learning opportunities for those interested in resolving conflict and inspiring alternative possibilities for a better future. The One Humanity Institute will offer structured learning opportunities in a variety of forms for young people and adults through formal and non-formal education.