The human behind HUMAN STORIES?
Nim de Swardt, Lifestorian and Founder of the WIN|WIN
'In August 2020 the world felt heavy. It felt divided and disconnected more than ever before. I recognised during anxious times it’s important to stay connected. I wondered - How do humans feel connected in a world that feels so disconnected?
It was my curiosity and passion for life story work that lead me to create HUMAN STORIES. My mission to is build empathy - one story at a time. Generational unity. Human unity. I recognise an open mind and an open conversation can change the world. We all have a story and I am here to listen to yours. This work constantly restores my faith in humanity and I see possibility and potential in your stories to positively impacting other humans.'
We use the power of Human Stories to build new bridges of empathy, understanding and connections across all ages.
We are building a global gallery of HUMAN STORIES.
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BENEFITS OF CONTRIBUTING YOUR STORY
Why is the Human Stories project Important? Why Now?
How do I get involved in the Human Stories Project?
Who can contribute a story to the HUMAN STORIES Project?
Who will benefit from me submitting my stories to Human Stories?
How do I know what story I should contribute to HUMAN STORIES?
What if I want to remain anonymous?
If I submit a story to Human Stories where will my story go?
What if I submit a story to Human Stories and then want to change what I submitted?
Will my story submission to Human Stories be edited?
Where can I see my story once it's been submitted to Human Stories?
Will I be guaranteed that my story will be published on Human Stories?
How will I know if I have been successful in applying to be on the Human Stories Podcast?
How can I support the Human Stories Project further?
I have additional questions, who can I contact?
We acknowledge and pay respects to the traditional custodians of the land, the people of the Yugambeh language region of the Gold Coast and South East Queensland. We pay respects to Aboriginal elders past, present, and emerging and acknowledge Australia's First Nation peoples for caring for this country for over 60,000 years.