Reviewing new trends and conceptions that promote open multicultural and multidisciplinary learning rather than the traditional teaching of traditional materials. The areas to review include curriculum-development and the practical application of emerging conceptions in beyond-the-school real-world settings.



Health & Medicine
Canvassing new concepts of health and disease as they appear in the work of health-professionals in both clinical and theoretical fields. Concentrating on avant-garde circles in the West, but paying due attention to parallel developments in the East, as well as in indigenous cultures.
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Systemic Impact & Leadership
Researching the applicability and utility of the heuristic and worldview conceptions of the systems sciences in order to find and develop models, prototypes and practical tools for ethical and sustainable practices and conceptions in business, politics, the new cultures, and society at large.
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The Laszlo Institute of New Paradigm Research

Alexander Laszlo

Project Leader

Alexander Laszlo Ph.D. former President and Chair of the Board of Trustees of the International Society for the Systems Sciences (ISSS), Director of the Doctoral Program in Technology Innovation and Management at ITBA, Argentina.

He is President of Syntony Leadership, and former Director of the Doctoral Program in Management at the Graduate School of Business Administration & Leadership (EGADE-ITESM).

He has held visiting appointments at the London School of Economics and the European University Institute, and was named Level I Member of the National Research Academy of Mexico (SNI).

He serves on the Editorial Board of several peer reviewed research journals and is the recipient of the Gertrude Albert Heller Award, the Sir Geoffrey Vickers Memorial Award, and the Förderpreis Akademischer Klub award.

Jessica Spencer-Keyse

Research & Programs

Jessica Spencer-Keyse is a transdisciplinary researcher, facilitator, writer, explorer and artist co-creating learning ecosystems for thrivable futures. She identifies as a multipotentialite, but has particular experience within and across learning, ecosystems, education, psychology, youth, arts and innovation worldwide. She most recently produced two qualitative pieces of research with Global Education Futures, one on “Learning Ecosystems: An Emerging Praxis for Education” sharing the stories of impactful learning ecosystems leaders who develop transformative lifelong learning through webs of interconnected relationships to foster individual and collective capacity. The second, shares insights on how schools and educational institutions can evolve and develop as learning organizations. Prior to this, she developed processes and frameworks to understand education innovations for impact and scalability at HundrED, interviewing 200+ of the most inspiring innovators of holistic learning worldwide. She sought insight from all stakeholders in this process, an advocate for inclusivity and diversity, highlighted in the Every Child to Flourish research report she wrote showcasing the voices of nearly 400 young people worldwide on what they feel needs to urgently improve in education, featured in Forbes as a ‘stand out’ piece for this reason.

She is a deeply passionate individual, currently focused on developing authentic, playful relationships and embodied experiences for transformative learning. She does so at three levels:

  1. One-to-one learning coaching experiences;
  2. Regenerative research;
  3. Facilitating connective experiences in multiple stakeholder environments all to support individual and collective growth, healing and societal evolution.

She is currently immersed in a learning journey in London herself, exploring and facilitating with 12 other wonderfully curious humans, courtesy of Enrol Yourself. Other community learning include supporting and working with The Weaving Lab, an approach to leadership that relies less on hierarchical authority and centralised control, and more on curating circles, hosting conversations and building trusted relationships, as well as Challenge 59 and Sisterhood for whom she is on the Trustee Board. She is also intensely connected to dance, rhythms, poetry, journaling and meditation as practices which nourish herself, to nourish her work.

Pavel Luksha

Programs & Partnerships

Pavel Luksha is a global thinker, change catalyst, and facilitator working with systemic social innovations in education, business, social entrepreneurship, culture and urban development. Pavel is the founder of Global Education Futures initiative. He is Professor at Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO and at the Technological Institute of Buenos Aires (ITBA),  Partner of Education Vertical of Global Venture Alliance and a co-founder of two international social movements, Weaving Lab and Living Cities

Pavel sits on the Supervisory board of the 20.35 University and EcoClass (экокласс.рф), and on the Advisory board of Whittle Schools & Studios and Laszlo Institute of New Paradigm Research as well as in the Expert Council of the Russian Agency for Strategic Initiatives

He is the co-author of Rapid Foresight methodology used by thousands of futurists and practitioners across the world. Between 2012 and 2015 Pavel has been the program director of a globally unique Foresight Fleet and also co-founded “Boiling Point” future co-creation spaces currently in 41 cities across Russia. He is the founding member of the UN Working Group on the Future of Capital so as the co-founder of Future Skills research alliance of WorldSkills International. In 2015, he was the Chair of BRICS Skills Development Working Group. From 2009 to 2013, he worked with technology innovation management education, authored Skolkovo-Rosatom program that received EFMD Excellence in Practice Award, and co-founded Russian Innovations and R&D Directors Club (iR&Dclub). He also initiated and catalyzed NeuroNet initiative which since 2014 has become Russian national consortium in brain research and neural technologies. 

He is the lead author of numerous Global Education Futures reports, including “Learning Ecosystems: An Emerging Praxis” (2020), “Educational Ecosystems for Societal Transformation” (2018), “Future Skills: How to Thrive in a New Complex World” (2017), “Global Education Futures Agenda” (2014) which are all available on Global Education Futures‘ website and “Atlas of Emerging Jobs” (3rd edition 2020), one of the most detailed global compendiums of new and emerging jobs  –  works that have catalyzed systemic innovations in multiple educational systems around the world.

Ross Hall

Research & Programs

Ross is Co-Founder of The Weaving Lab, aiming to advance the practice and profession of ‘weaving learning ecosystems’ in which everyone is empowered to live for universal wellbeing. Ross now works as a weaver with Learnlife and RoundGlass,
weaving a global community of learning leaders who are creating empowering learning ecosystems worldwide.

Ross incubated The Weaving Lab while leading Ashoka’s global education strategy for 5 years.

Before that, he designed the Learner Guide & Better World Programmes with Camfed, empowering 500,000 young people across Zimbabwe and Tanzania to be well and do well.

This extended the Effective Education for Employment project that he conceived with Pearson, using it to evaluate the effectiveness of education systems internationally. 

Before joining Pearson, Ross spent 15 years designing and launching 20 businesses on 5 continents.

Daya Bhagwandas

Project Leader

Daya Bhagwandas has developed expertise in the field of Neuro Education for over 20 years, transforming the lives of primary and preschool children in particular, through her foundational program that links brain development, human evolution and learning potential.

Most recently (November 2019) she conducted Neuro Education programs funded by the Malaysian Prime Minister’s Department, reaching out to 30 pre-school Educators and enrolling 450 preschool

UNICEF’s Education Strategy 2019-2030 document points out that “the breadth and depth of the learning crisis provides the greatest global challenge to preparing children for life, work and active citizenship in the 21st century. No task can be more important in the service of the world’s children.”

In this context, Daya’s Neuro Education program has brought a unique dimension for change in learning outcomes and the all round development of individuals linked to brain development.

Daya Bhagwandas started her professional career as a Speech Pathologist and Audiologist and transitioned to her current work, dealing with the root causes behind speech, reading, writing and learning challenges, including behaviour and social skills.

In Australia she headed up Gymbaroo as its Assistant Director, the country’s largest Early Childhood Development network with 65 centres. She edited the book “Tomorrow’s Children” educating parents on the importance of early childhood development and how to develop intelligence and life long learning.

Daya is a Certified Yoga Master and practices Yoga and Meditation as the basis for personal wellbeing and “walking the talk.”