The AGE of recognition


Over the past three years, we’ve been exploring the power of recognition and have seen how something as simple as jewellery can be a powerful vehicle for unlocking moments of hope and healing in those around us. Whilst jewellery is one way to recognise people, there are many other ways to do so.

What it's all about

The Age of Recognition report is our first musings on what recognition looks like, its importance and power in today’s world, and how we can each become recognisers. Our research is supported by a survey of the UK population, insights from Psychotherapist Anna Mathur and Behavioural Psychologist Jo Hemmings.

Discover more insights about the age of recognition, explore four key areas crucial to cultivating a culture of recognition and helping others feel seen, and join us in an age of presence and thoughtfulness.