Roots of Empathy in the News

Roots of Empathy is in the news regularly across Canada and internationally.
Take a look at these stories about our philosophy, our impact, and the families, students and communities who are part of our programs.
Globe and Mail - GG Award
Governor General’s Innovation Awards: How six Canadian breakthroughs are making a difference worldwide

Globe and Mail, Canada

BBC World Service
The baby tackling bullying

BBC World Hacks, UK

Today Show - Battle Against Bullying
The battle against bullying

NBC Today Show, USA

Babies fighting bullying

CNN World

Roots of Empathy: Where Children Learn the Language of Getting Along

Early Learning Nation, USA

Tiny Teachers
Tiny Teachers: Empathy experiences to break the cycle of violence

Childhood Education International, USA

Our children
Roots of Empathy: When children become the teachers

Our Children Magazine, Halifax, Nova Scotia

Impact Story
HundrED Impact Story |  Innovations Do Spread: Roots of Empathy

BBC - Knife Crime
Knife Crime


US - Vox
So your kid is a bully. Here’s how to stop it


ABC News
Parents, newborns teach empathy in Lane County classrooms News

Spain - BBVA
Empathy: Your children learn from what they see in you


An interview with Mary Gordon, from the Spirit of Humanity Forum, Iceland – Part 1

Heartfulness Magazine

An interview with Mary Gordon, from the Spirit of Humanity Forum, Iceland – Part 2

Heartfulness Magazine

An interview with Mary Gordon, from the Spirit of Humanity Forum, Iceland – Part 3

Heartfulness Magazine

The country Guid- Canada
The Good News on Empathy

The Country Guide, Canada

Star Advertiser
Baby ‘teachers’ build empathy in Hawaii schoolchildren


Clonakilty Boys Get Lesson in Empathy

The Pat Kenny Show, Dublin, Ireland

For one educator, babies are the key to teaching empathy

Christian Science Monitor, US

Planting Roots of Empathy

Siuslaw News, Oregon, USA

Two Cheers for Feminism! What girls and women get right about empathy and connection

David Brooks, New York Times

Teaching Empathy with Mary Gordon

An interview with Dr. Kay Ayre, Queensland, Australia

Want to reduce bullying in schools?  Bring in babies

Nationswell, US

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