Evelin Gerda Lindner is a transdisciplinary scholar in social sciences and humanities. She holds two doctorates, one in medicine, and the other in psychology. Her research focuses on human dignity, and she believes that the humiliation of honor and dignity may be among the strongest obstacles on the way to a decent world community. She is the Founding President of Human Dignity and Humiliation Studies (HumanDHS), a global transdisciplinary fellowship of concerned academics and practitioners who wish to promote dignity and transcend humiliation.
Evelin Lindner speaks with Joanna abour dignity as sustainability; inequality and humiliation: Rwanda and South Africa; convergence of activism and spiritual practice; living “a dignity economy”; love and social cohesion instead of predator capitalism; the World Dignity University…
Music: “Soireci” (from “Microkosmos”) by Ross Daly
Photo: Evelin Frerk