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Academic Research


Research is needed to gain insight into the true nature and purpose of humanity. Topics suggested are designed to focus attention on possibilities available to help advance the human condition in a global context. The trilateral approach seen below is one of several key components empowering our operations.


Trilateral Assessment

Qualitative/Quantitative research



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Trilateral Approach To Human Development in a Global Context


The trilateral concept—leadership, law and governance, is the core unified construct housing the philosophical base and support frameworks that assist the Consultancy’s endeavors. It fuses leadership with a moral component, requires adherence to law and justice in all undertakings, and mandates the embodiment of ethical performance criteria in all systems of governance. This is the base component for specialized research to determine its use in understanding requirements to advance human human society.


Listed are specific methods and procedures for collecting and analyzing data to project progressive futures. We make research integral to our internal operations to help plan and design those long-term systemic requirements needed to implement strategic protocols.

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Resource Mediums

The trilateral concept as a viable component for qualitative research

Resource Mediums

Resource mediums cover a wide range of material to include education, training, economics, environmental issues, global health, social welfare, science and technology, among a host of others.

Our aim is to inspire practical and proactive approaches to problem solving, imbued with a unique capability and capacity to project requirements for progressive and sustained achievements over the long-term.

Research includes the work of many dedicated practitioners and laypersons with experience and specialization in a wide variety of fields, crafts and professions.

This is a global network of uniquely diverse resources to present insights and viable solutions on ways to resolve intractable issues that retard humanity’s efforts to achieve a just and sustainable future.

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Moral Leadership

It entwines wisdom and intent to give credence to leadership in ways that remain consistent with high moral standards and ethical norms and practices. It’s a process that’s viewed through the prism of ‘self’ to reflect courage, integrity, idealism, forthright action, and commitment to a purpose.

Law In Society

The requirement for law in this age of global transition is to reinstate authority and establish viable linkages between society, law, virtue, and trustworthiness. This will help strengthen connections to core spiritual principles and guide humanity in revealing the true nature of law.


The art of governing is dependent upon virtues, moral principles, and ethical standards of conduct integrated into the process to enhance practicing norms. In this way governance becomes renown for its persuasiveness and as enabler of the public good. Governance is inclusive to all levels of society.


The world's religious traditions join together in authentic dialogue with each other and with business, politics and science to represent humanity's best hope of guiding an emerging global ethos while plotting a viable means of sustaining the human species' continued existence on this earth.


Spirituality is an inherent component of being human, and is subjective, intangible, and multidimensional. Spirituality involves humans’ search for meaning in life, and for some may involve religion through its rituals and practices that relate to a Higher Power, a Supreme Divinity.


The purpose for creating and defining a human species identity is to secure a durable foundation for promoting a global human polity where the end-results is the conscious reality of the need for collective human bonding, as humanity is a composite with many parts.



Research Projects

Environmental and political challenges over access to 'Water'. Water issues in developing countries include scarcity of drinking-water, poor infrastructure for water access, floods and droughts, and toxic contamination of rivers and large dams. Over one billion people in developing countries have inadequate access to clean water. Many people in developed countries experience similar circumstances. In addition, there is a need to address attempts by national entities to control/regulate/stop water access to neighboring countries.

Programs to guide an emerging global ethos. Because of increased human immigration, travel, living arrangements, and communication technologies, human populations are on the move and diverse groups more than before now live in proximity to each other. This is causing conflict among some. Occurring problems, in many respects, reflect projections made by Dr. Samuel Huntington in his seminal work, ‘The Clash of Civilizations’. To avoid rampant conflict, scholarship must research, present solutions, and provide guidelines for this process, i.e., an emerging global ethos, hoping to avoid negative events that would retard a more natural and peaceful unfolding of an ethos dynamic.

Food Scarcity: Spiritual impact on human populations.Food is not just what we eat. It is also about what and how we feel, what we think, and how we perform. It’s about how we feed ourselves spiritually, and how we use our energy to serve others.

Blockchain Technology | Environmental Sustainability | Model for Sustainable Futures. Blockchain technology is one of many emerging technologies that has the potential to help solve some of the environmental and sustainability problems that humanity faces today. Uses of blockchain applications for tackling environmental and sustainability challenges revolve around developing modules to guide and manage the process.

Mass Media Programs: Human development through globalised education.As modification of a statement ascribed to John Dewey, we should not limit education only within a classroom teacher/learner social environment. The potential of mass media as a potent force for devising and implementing a system for globalizing systems of education that remain sensitive to cultural norms is immense. Through modern electronic techniques and technologies, mass media can improve on education techniques, promote diversity inclusiveness, and in ways that are not restricted to the traditional concept of ‘classroom’.

Spirituality: Augments sustainable development criteria. In “Four Challenges to Sustainability” (Conservation Biology, Vol. 16, No. 6 (Dec., 2002), pp. 1461-1464 (4 pages). Pub.: Wiley), Jay McDaniel, as in his other writings, tells us that the transition to a sustainable future is inevitable, but that it can occur catastrophically or peacefully, “with more or less grace.” If we want to transition gracefully, then we must respond creatively to four challenges: (1) better ways to measure human effects on the biosphere, (2) improve capacities for governance, (3) improve education, and (4) enhanced spiritual awareness. We suggest number four is the top priority.


Our suggested research topics are designed to focus aspirants on various approaches their research may take to assist humanity in making a profound departure from its crisis-prone and often turbulent socio-disadvantaged past; to leap beyond stagnation, to seek new vistas of thought and engage the mission and fulfil the purpose as outlined in ‘Global Promise’, our sustainable development project that encapsulates humanity’s innate spirituality as the foremost proponent working in harmony with human commonalities to bring about systematically stable and progressive futures.

This lays groundwork from which to create intrepid frameworks that will assist humanity in its quest to reach ever-maturing milestones from now into the future.

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Global Human Development Initiative

Sustainable achievements

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