Camerados: The answer to all our problems is each other

| Anna Eaton

We have recently come across a great organisation called Camerados. They believe that we need two things to help us through tough times: human connections and purpose.

Camerados understand that we all experience bad times, and we can all help each other get through them. They are working on ways to create environments that encourage connection and help people find purpose. They are building a movement that gets people to behave more like ‘a camerado’, more of the time, around the world. We’re going to be featuring a case study about them very soon! Keep an eye out. And in the meantime, to find out what ‘a camerado’ is, watch their video:

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