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Conferences

 

A unique experience of global scale 

with author and photographer

Helene Tremblay

It’s an adventure, it’s awakening and its human!

 

An inspirational speaker who speaks of our Humanity

Helene Tremblay’s innovative research to present Humanity to Humanity and her stay with families in 116 countries has provided her with an intimate knowledge of the people and societies of humanity and those cultural values and environmental factors that inform their being and striving.

Wandering the world with a discerning eye of a visitor welcomed in the families of 116 countries,
Helene Tremblay invites you to take an extraordinary journey of human discovery.
Using evocative photographs this gifted storyteller transports us through timeless human experiences with paradigm shifting impact.

Helene instills a sense of hope, pride and belonging increasing
immeasurably our understanding of our human potential. She inspires us to engage in our commitment and act locally and
ultimately challenges us to participate in the “humane” evolution.

Bringing us a new way to see the citizen of planet earth, Helene’s
conferences propose important reframing and leave no one
indifferent.

We come away uplifted, compelled to reach within and beyond. 

Helen speaks to congresses, educational institutions and to the public in both French and English. She has spoken to more than 100,000 people worldwide in The Netherlands, England, France, Belgium, United Arabic Emirates, Mali, Burkina Faso, the USA and Canada

 

- Journey into the Heart of Humanity

- A taste of elsewhere

- And if we cared for our men first?

- Water in our lives

- A journey within 

 

Journey
into
the
heart
of
Humanity

How to be citizens of the world in the XXIe century? 

Travels invite new and unexpected experiences into our lives. These experiences serve as opportunities to welcome

alternative ways of seeing others and refreshing ways of
understanding ourselves. In our global village where our
geographical frontiers are less relevant than those limits imposed by fear and misunderstanding of human and cultural differences, this conference serves as a perfect tool to provoke reflection on our un examined perceptions and beliefs. It stimulates challenging questions, and encourages debate.

Helene Tremblay traces an unforgettable portrait of those she’s met and how they have changed her life by transforming her way of viewing the world. In exchange she offers us an original vision, a new lens on the eternal question of what it  means to be a citizen of planet earth. She refers to emotional skills such as open-mindedness, tolerance, respect and empathy. She
identifies those similarities inherent to shared human basic needs and invites us to explore our deepest roots and our
collective aspirations.

Travels invite new and unexpected experiences into our lives. These experiences serve as opportunities to welcome
alternative ways of seeing others and refreshing ways of
understanding ourselves. In our global village where our
geographical frontiers are less relevant than those limits imposed by fear and misunderstanding of human and cultural differences, this conference serves as a perfect tool to provoke reflection on our un examined perceptions and beliefs. It stimulates challenging questions, and encourages debate.

Helene Tremblay traces an unforgettable portrait of those she’s met and how they have changed her life by transforming her way of viewing the world. In exchange she offers us an original vision, a new lens on the eternal question of what it  means to be a citizen of planet earth. She refers to emotional skills such as open-mindedness, tolerance, respect and empathy. She
identifies those similarities inherent to shared human basic needs and invites us to explore our deepest roots and our
collective aspirations.

 

A
Taste
of
elsewhere

Cultures, adventures, ruptures  

In this conference Helene Tremblay asserts that there are many ways to define poverty and interpret success.
She keeps us conscious of our privilege and our related responsibility.
She identifies the courage to question the relativity of our own values and our willingness to consider those values existing outside our cultural norms as essential. She states that this dialogue is fundamental to continued social and economic growth.

She repeatedly demonstrates that success through
economic and social cooperation finds its roots in the home.
She communicates that it is only when we can truly
experience the wealth of the human spirit and the
richness in the diversity of cultures do the prejudices
lose their capacity to define and categorize.

With the understanding that the process of
international dialogue is necessarily tempered with a
consideration and respect for different ways of being and perceiving, Helene’s presentation serves as a perfect
instrument to leave a human imprint on your event.

 

And
if we
cared first
for
our
men?

Stories of women and men 

In this conference, Helene Tremblay recounts stories of women and men. With them, she has walked the roads to the fields, factories, offices and schools. She has participated in their lives, celebrations and enduring traditions. She has shared in those daily events that write and rewrite family
history.

These experiences have invited her to consider the nature of those traditions oral, written and implicit. They have
compelled her to question the power they hold over the men and women of tomorrow.

Helene explores how unexamined belief systems, maps of consciousness that inform and direct the human
journey across generations, cultures and continents give rise to the expression of our gendered and conflicted human
relationships. These fairy-tale templates hold the power to
either nourish or destroy a child’s dreams.

Helene raises an important question and suggests an
innovative approach. She encourages us to consider how we can best care for our men, for our fathers, spouses and sons. She identifies a less travelled road. In our eternal
efforts to learn how to best honour those differences that distinguish women from men Helene motivates men to fully disengage from the habitual power dynamics that hold women and girls prisoners and men and boys hostage.

 

Water
in
our
lives

Synchronizing our existence 

Mysterious Water.  Mutable and transformative. Water falls from the heavens, hides in the earth. Both gentle and merciless It soothes our soul and ravages our creations. It bathes the planet and holds our beginnings. It flows through rivers, creeks and arteries of our bodies. It dances with the earth, the wind, the sun and graces our gardens. Free, wild and elusive… it cannot be tamed. It is there for all yet belongs to no-one. More precious than gold, more enduring than

diamonds. it is a gift of the natural order. It is essential for survival.

From the moment we are born our daily life takes root in water. We bathe in it, we drink it, we cook with it, we built our religious and cultural rituals of purification with it, we construct our cities around it. Water does not recognize
borders and does not judge the one it serves.

The balance with our relationship to water means survival, peace or war. In this conference Helene speaks to the ways that water flows through our lives and synchronises our existence.

 

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