In this collection, 20 short articles grapple with the following questions: “What does Peoplehood mean? Why is it important? How do we nurture it?” It is interesting to note that the younger the age of the contributors the stronger the shift from the content of Peoplehood to the nature of the relations it entails. While the key words for the more veteran contributors, as they themselves observe, are: values, responsibility, commitment, obligations and continuity, the millennials are more interested in relations, authenticity, openness, acceptance, creativity and inclusivity. In between those two groups, this issue of the Papers also brings the voices of educators who are facilitating wisely and skillfully that process of transformation.