One Better World Collective
What We Are Doing
ONE Better World Collective is a non-profit organization and a multi-platform initiative with a 10- year strategy to equip people everywhere to act upon the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals and Agenda 2030, through a transformational message of love, founded upon principals of human dignity and universal responsibility.
Transformation of the heart and mind is key to achieving the SDGs, which is why a core focus of our work is BE THE LOVE you want to see in the world, a soon-to-be released influencer program developed by Sofia Stril-Rever, who has co-authored four books with the Dalai Lama. Sofia invites us to deepen our understanding of mindfulness in our everyday actions, as individuals and a collective society. This initiative, like ONE Better World Collective, belongs to the Better We Better World family of initiatives.
A creative force that builds and unites all life.
A state of being conscious and aware of our interconnectedness in this world.
All citizens actively engaged in the betterment of people and planet, whose actions are aligned with the SDGs, and whose impacts are recognized by their peers.
As individuals, a recognition that our actions, great and small, impact the greater ecosystem.
ONE Better World Collective will host two global events per year to raise awareness of the SDGs, for a total of 18 events by 2030!
Events will take shape in different ways and include influencers, young and old, from around the world.
The two events for 2021 are already underway!
April | 2021
Be the Love for ONE Better World
Q&A with The Dalai Lama: In these unprecedented times, when people everywhere face heightened fear and anxiety about the future, 13 cutting edge influencers and change-makers are uniting to seek guidance from the Dalai Lama during a historic online event to deliver actionable hope for all of humanity.
October | 2021
International Day of Non-Violence
This event will mesh reality television and documentary filmmaking. It will follow the lives of activists and intersect with learnings from great humanitarians, popular entertainers and corporate leaders. It will examine what a “Plan B” world can look like when viewed through the lens of universal responsibility and the SDG roadmap.