(a) Interactive website with regularly-updated free or nominal-cost downloadable resources and programmes on humanities, compassion and related areas
(b) Onsite programmes leading to certificate, diploma and degree programmes (Certificate in Humanities, Bachelor of Humanities, and Master of Humanities)
(c) Digital humanities initiatives (Xavier Digital Humanities) leading to online certificate, diploma and degree programmes, public events and knowledge production
(d) Active presence in social media: Facebook, Blogs, YouTube/Vimeo Channels, Podcast, etc., and active and sustained curation and/or creation of social media content
(e) Relevant online, print and multimedia resources on compassion, covering theory, practical initiatives, case studies/stories, conference proceedings and specific thematic volumes
(f) Participation in online social movements or networks on compassion or kindness
(g) Special online learning opportunities in short- and long-term courses for the young in vulnerable and disadvantaged communities, including refugees and migrants.