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Changing cities in a HUMANKIND way

When Jorn Wemmenhove and Lior Steinberg design the city of the future, they’re not only dreaming big but actually helping people to gain back trust in the possibility of positive change.

The story of HUMANKIND, a collective based in Rotterdam that aims to transform cities into happier places, started on Twitter where Jorn Wemmenhove and Lior Steinberg first met. Their shared love and vision for sustainable change towards a happy future brought Jorn, the Dutch change maker, who had spent 14 years as a social worker in Argentina, and Lior, the forward-thinking urban planner from Israel, together. With their wide-ranging projects, reaching from empowering crosswalks to using cycling as a socio-economic opportunity in challenged areas of Rotterdam, they facilitate change in urban environments on many levels.

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