The trust of Economic growth is replaced by Personal trust The creation of a Worldwide Status quo No1. The huge amount of products that require raw materials that are disposed… Continue reading
“Utopia is on the horizon. I go two steps closer; it moves farther away. I walk another ten steps and the horizon runs ten steps further away. No matter how… Continue reading
This is one of the reasons why we need to start looking for balance for what we humans do.
The world is in balance = + When we have the same speed on our production of articles as it takes the Earth to create new raw materials. + When… Continue reading
DisagreeUsefulVision okayVery Good Vision3.3/46 ratings A basic income is a periodic cash payment that is provisionally delivered to all individuals, without any other requirements than that the income recipient has… Continue reading
DisagreeUsefulVision okayVery Good Vision3.8/46 ratings Solar power and wind energy should be produced in several countries to avoid coal and oil as the driving forces.
DisagreeUsefulVision okayVery Good Vision0/40 ratings We, ‘the People’, need to organize ourselves better. Our lives and interactions can no longer be addressed via the ancient systems that were designed to… Continue reading
DisagreeUsefulVision okayVery Good Vision4/41 rating 99% Of the success of any group effort relies on the efficiency of it’s collective discussions, Group collaboration and meaningful mass communication is however extremely… Continue reading
The proposed model argues that the sovereign states instead of thinking about political heroism and economic sacrifices should develop a comprehensible, pragmatic and a lucid win-win economic model that can be easily accepted by the political parties and then contribute at global level by investing more resources for solving global problems. It believes in the voluntary participation of the nations in solving global problems and making them progressively self responsible and self driven. The institutions proposed here will build the necessary philosophy, frameworks, institutions and diplomatic methods to deal with the decision making systems at both national and international level. Continue reading
The submission proposes a revised UN Charter, instituting a reformed UNGA directly elected by popular vote and a second civil society-focused chamber. The representatives of the latter would serve as advocates of particular issues of global concern, and the UNGA would see its powers and jurisdiction gradually expanded over time. An Executive Council of 24 members, selected by the UNGA, would take the place of the UNSC. The Executive Council would provide general oversight and ensure good governance, transparency, efficiency and coherence of an effective, new UN system. The UN will have a standing armed force, with the rule of international law forming the centerpiece of the new governance system; peaceful settlements through the ICJ or other mechanisms will be mandatory for international disputes. A new Bill of Rights is to prescribe the parameters for UN action, and the global human rights acquis will be upheld systematically by an International Human Rights Tribunal. A new funding mechanism would link members’ indirect tax revenues to the UN budget in a fixed proportion. Continue reading