HOW WE WORK
Solving a global problem can only be done with a pluridisciplinary approach. GlobAction proposes the gathering of experts from all fields to discuss and plan for the future of our civilization.
All experts will be well-established academics and practitioners recognized in their field of action for making an international impact. They will come from all around the world, and will be chosen for their competencies and record of work.
1. GROUP OF REFLECTION (Think Tank vs observatory)
To define a global vision for Homo sapiens’ evolution (long term).This first objective is to think about our evolution as a dominant species. The group of thinkers will include: philosophers, anthropologists, sociologists, geneticists, paleontologists, physisians, mathematiciens, historians, neurscientists, jurists, etc…
Topics discussions :
• Redefine work;
• Redefine economy and finance;
• Redefine time in our societies;
• Redefine religions and their future;
• Redefine technologies and their impact on humans;
• Redefine consumption and consumerism and their impact in modern societies;
• Redefine geopolitics and, at national and local levels, politics;
• Design new political systems at the local and global levels
A number of propositions for harmonious political systems will be designed.
2. GROUP OF PLURIDISCIPLINARY EXPERTS
In charge of designing global strategies/propositions for a future civilization.This group is composed of competent international academics and researchers.
A chart/constitution is written, taking in account the glocal system (global strategy with local implementation).
3. GROUP OF WISE (groupe des sages)
In charge of ensuring an ethical implementation of the experts’ proposition. In addition, they will have to design a code of ethics/conduct for the planet.
More empathic and ethic approach is proposed and controlled. This group is considered an “ethic committee” representing earth as a whole.
4. GROUP OF ARTISTS AND ''VOICERS''
This group is composed by all artists willing to participate in creating the voice of the movement.
The global population will be aware about the movement.
GLOSSARY OF TERMS
Global consciousness is the ability to understand the global, international, and/or cross-cultural sources, interconnections, and/or implications of systems, institutions, events, and/or actions; value and acknowledge other cultures as legitimate; demonstrate open-mindedness, and act effectively in settings where language and culture are not native. Global consciousness includes the expectation that people understand domestic diversity issues (privilege, power, societal “isms,” social justice) and exhibit behaviors that reveal an inclination toward equity; and that they understand the ways that diversity/social justice issues play out globally.
Social responsibility is the ability to understand one’s connection to broader communities (local, national, global); reveal the disposition to act in an informed way to serve the wider good and not simply one's own interests; and exhibit behavior that aligns with this disposition.
Ethical awareness is the willingness and ability to identify moral and ethical contexts and dilemmas; critically examine, assess, and/or change one’s own ethical values; and examine the implications of one's own behavior for the lives of others.