d’Arcy Lunn’s dreams and daily life are dedicated to see a world without extreme poverty for everyone, everywhere and forever!
For the past 16 years d’Arcy has experienced more than 85 countries, given over 700 presentations to more than 65,000 people and worked with leading aid, development and global education organisations and people.
His self-initiated project and presentation, Teaspoons of Change, focusses on the personal choices, decisions and actions that have a positive impact on people and the planet.
In 2016 d’Arcy facilitated youth empowerment programs in SE Asia and with UNICEF in Ireland, wrote global citizen curricula in India, visited development projects in Nepal and Sri Lanka, worked as a communications specialist with UNICEF Kyrgyzstan, shared his concept of Polio Points around the Middle East and helped write the World’s Largest Lesson 2016 for every school and student in the world.
Among other things d’Arcy has also built two self-sufficient Happy, simply tiny homes and in 2014 started Teaspoons of Change with a 1000km walk and 1500km bike ride in Japan.
He is currently on a scholarship with the Rotary Peace Fellowship doing a Master’s in Peace Studies in Tokyo, Japan.
d’Arcy is also an ambassador, advocate and enthusiast with many organisations including: Global Poverty Project, Global Citizen, End Polio Now, JUMP! Foundation, UNICEF, WHO, Gates Foundation, RESULTS, International Young Professionals Foundation and many others…