HOW TO JOIN
NOW is the time to change the world—now as we emerge from the crises triggered by an aggressive virus, an aggressive political leader, and the irresponsible ravaging of the ecology of the planet. These are crises that shake the world, and they open the way to a new world. ( Dr. Ervin Laszlo )
The Upshift Movement
Now we can build a new world. The challenge is to make the new world a better world. To help humankind mobilize its powers to meet this epochal challenge is the objective and the mission of THE UPSHIFT MOVEMENT.
THE CALL TO WISER LIVING ON PLANET EARTH
The Upshift Movement is a better-world-promoting initiative launched by Ervin Laszlo and the Laszlo Institute of New Paradigm Research. We invite you to join the Movement and to join the cause for a better world by pledging your commitment to wiser living on our home planet.
What is the Upshift Movement?
The Upshift Movement is a grass-roots based international and intercultural movement dedicated to building a better world.
Why you should join the movement?
As a conscious member of the human community, you are intellectually and morally disposed to find more peaceful and sustainable ways of living on this planet.
HERE IS HOW YOU CAN NOMINATE Y0URSELF TO ACTIVE MEMBERSHIP IN THE UPSHIFT MOVEMENT
Conversations with Ervin Laszlo
Dive into new exciting ways to understand our connection to life, love, and the universe. The Shift Network, 2022.
The Upshift Festival playlist
You can reload the entire Upshift Festival experience and watch extras, conversations and extract.
The management of the Movement
THE LASZLO INSTITUTE
of New Paradigm Research
The executive organ of the Upshift Movement is the Laszlo Institute of New Paradigm Research (LINPR), a public-spirited foundation registered in Italy. It conducts applied and basic research on the new paradigm; organizes live as well as online international and intercultural events, symposiums; publishes books, podcasts and webinars to serve the development of the new paradigm.
The physical location of the headquarters of the Institute is the Central-European cultural capital, the city of Trieste. Regional Project offices will be sought in North and South America, and the Far East.