Towards a Viable Global Ethos
Development planners must consider the public policy requirements needed to manage an emerging global ethos.
Building Human Capacity
Capacity building begins with every individual with a vested interest and willingness for self-improvement.
The challenging thing from a work perspective is just the range of things on any day that you’re dealing with.
Meaning of Spirituality
Clarification about what spirituality means and, in our view, how its revelant for human development in a global context.
Issues in common that transcend global boundaries and social, culture, economic, ethic, and superficial human divides.
Human society caught in a vortex of an immeasurable dimension due to unmet global transition requirements.
Changes and developments throughout the world have now reached ‘warped speed’ and educational systems now overtaken by increasing demand for innovation, struggle to prepare already unprepared student populations with the quality of innovative education needed to...
Explore Issues Inter-cultural understanding, tolerance, mutual respect, and the ethic of global citizenship with shared responsibilityHuman Dynamic Introduction The masses of a diverse humanity struggles for recognition and understanding, to receive...
STANDPOINT – Virtue Universal ValueVirtue adds universal value if it has the same value or worth for all humanity. We place virtue in a global context to identify its relationship with human diversity. The foundation for our view is in the belief that humankind is unique…
Perspective on a new way of thinking. Science knows no country, because knowledge belongs to humanity, and is the torch which illuminates the world.” ― Louis Pasteur State of Being—Humankind has a unique biology that comprises the three stages of material…
African Spirituality. The debilitating effects of excessive western-style materialism continue to exploit and wreak havoc on human populations. In this climate spirituality seems to be a non-starter. Therefore, we explore the spirituality and enduring characteristics of African people.
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