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Troubled times require not only radically new ideas, but also new approaches to the fundamental principles of community resilience: sharing, generosity, compassion. That’s the principle underlying ServiceSpace founder Nipun Mehta’s notion of “giftivism”, which states that fundamental social change will require that we design for generosity, not self-interest. In this talk at TEDxBerkeley, Mehta explores his vision of “radically generous acts that change the world” and cites inspiring examples of giftivism in action.

Paul M. Davis

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Paul M. Davis

Paul M. Davis tells stories online and off, exploring the spaces where data, art, and civics intersect. I currently work with a number of organizations including Pivotal and Howlround. Previously


Things I share: Knowledge, technology, reusable resources, goodwill.

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