Stakeholders include a vast segment of society with inherent resources vital to social and economic reform. They often harbor conflicting agendas and complex points-of-view, all vying for attention. Our approach to policy provides a way to resolve competing interests.
The way forward for humanity must include an effective well-managed criterion based on the reality that humanity, as a species, is an entity of one.
This principle supersedes concepts of ‘brotherhood’, i.e., that we are brothers under the skin. It embraces the scientific fact that humanity is a species that conforms to unique biology, exists with the conscious knowledge of itself with the capability to investigate the reality of existence and its place within it, and can change the natural environment to ensure its survivability.
This reality portends a paradigmatic change in how we think about humanity and the broader influence this will have on society in a global context.
We must investigate and create ways in which to advance human development to benefit local communities and expand on a global stage. One soon realizes just how daunting a challenge this can be, requiring major problem solving capability. When reviewing current and pass practices, examples of how to create and apply long-term solutions to resolve social and economic problems seemed limited.
It centers one question that repeatedly comes to mind: how to identify and attack problems at their core, the source/cause of conflict. To find the answer, we focused on those principles and values that have guided human endeavor throughout millennia. We found that human capacity and creativity are both grounded in spiritual values. That being said, then we can appropriate spiritual values to resolve human challenges and derive maximum benefit for long-term gain.
The bottom-side is that problems we face are material and of our own making.
By forward thinking, we mean to engage sound analytical skills and show leadership acumen.
Apply spiritual-based solutions to problems as they are incisive, though often intense, and come with extended time-horizons.
Spiritual based solutions achieve fulfillment because they are the bases for creating sustainable pathways. When deployed, they advance human development on a global scale.
Challenges we face are due in part to negative assumptions about humanity. We give special attention to human diversity, as it is the prime resource able to provide insight for planning those strategic requirements needed to map and guide humanity in its quest to achieve sustainable futures.
Humanity is in crisis, experiencing an unprecedented degree global of turbulence. This situation confronts and confounds a moribund leadership, leadership that lacks creativity, ability, and the will to edify a global citizenry. It remains fixated on ages-old customs, traditions, and methodologies to resolve current global challenges. We offer our policy initiative as a viable solution to this problem.
Development planners in partnership with stakeholders
engage actionable items to devise solutions to pressing problems.
We bring together the experience of diverse groups and people—academics, leaders of religious faiths, scientists, futurists, laypersons, policy makers, government officials, business professionals, non-government organizations, development practitioners, and others to collaborate on topics of major concern to improve quality of life. With group approval, ideas expressed form base criteria from which planning takes place and policy devised to provide guidance for global human development.
The trilateral system is the core framework that houses the philosophical base and supports elements that guide our endeavors. It comprises three separate and distinct units—leadership, law, and governance, entwined to perform in tandem as a single integrated unit. With performance-optimized, the system relieves much of the burden under which humanity struggles. At this level of performance, the trilateral fulfills its primary intent and achieves its goal.
Education is gaining knowledge, and when combined with the quality of experience further eliminates ignorance. We see this as a moral imperative. Education provided to all levels of society will inspire achievement, encourage potential, and prepare those educated from all strata of society to help contribute to its advancement. Our intention is to broaden minds, instill discipline, develop character, encourage empathy, and inspire service to humanity.
Emergent Global Ethos
We must develop new modes of interacting with each other to resolve problems that confront us. Emerging global consciousness reflects efforts to plan a global ethic, an indicator that the transformation has begun and a cause for considerable optimism. Social change occurring along with cultural evolution we refer to as an “emergent global ethos”. Long-standing problems will resurface as new ones appear, requiring new approaches to resolve the ‘old’ and also those new arrivals.
Initiatives and Priorities
Our program contains a detailed plan to devise policy and initiatives with priorities considered necessary to advance human endeavors in a rapidly globalizing environment. Identified needs have extended time-horizons, outline methods, and describe core features considered ‘mission essential’. Our program operates in tandem with global changes, adjust as necessary to offset transitional turbulence, articulates direction, and provide frameworks for decision-making and actions to guide the process.
Strategic positioning means placing for deployment quality leadership to agitate for paradigmatic shifts in human thinking. It’s designed to offset negative underpinnings that endangers human will and replaced by guarantors to ensure human viability. Leadership must gain a defining role—one with forward-vision, is proactive, shows moral courage, is renowned for its integrity and forbearance, and whose primary intent is to pursue justice in all undertakings.