Welcome to Meridian 180
Meridian 180 develops strategies for crisis preparedness from an interdisciplinary perspective through multilingual exchange, working to cross the divide between the academy, industry, and the public sector.
We seek to anticipate and prepare intellectually and politically for future environmental disasters, political and military conflicts, economic crises, and problems of social justice globally. Our methodology is to assemble a unique global group of creative thinkers, build relationships among them, and develop adaptive solutions that can mitigate the impact of these challenges.
Forum: Diversity in Density
This forum asks participants to consider the nature and extent of diverse intermingling in apartment buildings around the world. Which factors enable or constrain intercultural interactions in local apartment complexes? What types of interventions or efforts can encourage positive social interactions, and which hinder their development? How are global political and economic problems reflected or refracted in urban apartment buildings?
The forum encourages contributors from across disciplines, sectors, and industries to join this conversation about the relationships between increasing density and cultural diversity.
Third annual Global Summit explores the digitization of modern life
Posted 2018-12-20Digital Humanity: Risks and Opportunities Technology impacts nearly every aspect of society today. How does the digitization of modern life affect the rule of...
Issues of ‘Trust and Distrust’ explored at UNSW Sydney base launch
Posted 2018-10-31With an inaugural event in Australia focusing on the theme of ‘Trust and Distrust,’ Meridian 180 has officially launched at UNSW Sydney. UNSW is Meridian...
Meridian 180 Forms Partnership with Ritsumeikan University, Its Third in Japan
Posted 2018-10-29Meridian 180 is pleased to announce a new partnership with Ritsumeikan University, in Kyoto, Japan. Founded in 1900, Ritsumeikan is one of Japan’s leading private universities and is committed...