Antonio Gramsci: A Cultural Base for Positive Action.

By Dr. Rene Wadlow. Antonio Gramsci (22 January 1891 – 24 April 1937); was an Italian Socialist; and then Communist editor ; who is best known for his notebooks of reflections; that he wrote while in prison. (1).   Gramsci grew up on
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Hugh J. Schonfield – Palestine Confederation

The Commonwealth of World Citizens. Hugh Joseph Schonfield (1901-1988); was the first to incorporate the term “world citizen” into the name of a non-governmental organization: the Commonwealth of World Citizens in 1938. The Commonwealth of World Citizens was to have an emphasis
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James Alex Michel. Rethinking The Oceans.

(St.Paul,MN:Paragon House, 2016). The United Nations  held a high-level conference in New York; 5-9 June 2016 devoted to , James Alex Michel; long-time President of the multi-island Republic of Seychelles (2004-2016); has developed many themes on ocean use in his important book
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Vaclav Havel: Resistance and Vision.

“He rejects the ritual and breaks the rules of the game.  He discovers once more his suppressed identity and dignity.  He gives his freedom a concrete significance.  His revolt is an attempt tolive within the truth” Vaclav Havel. The Czechoslovak Government. Vaclav
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A Day of Mother Earth: Living in Harmony with Nature.

By Rene Wadlow. International Mother Earth Day; on 22 April each year was established by the United Nations General Assembly in 2009.  Its aim is to promote living in harmony with Nature; and to achieve a just balance among the economic, social
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Our Common Oceans and Seas. By Rene Wadlow.

The people of the earth having agreed that the advancement of man in spiritual excellence and physical welfare is the common goal of mankind…therefore the age of nations must end, and the era of humanity begin.” Preamble to the Preliminary Draft of
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Denis de Rougemont (1906-1985), The Future is within us.

By Dr. Rene Wadlow. Self-government will be; first of all; the art of getting people to meddle in things which concern them.  It will soon call for the skill of challenging once again; decisions which concern them; and which have been taken
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Pathways to Reconciliation: Between Theory and Practice.

Philipa Rothfield, Cleo Fleming, Paul Komesaroff (Eds). (Aldershot:Ashgate, 2008, 194 pp.) The United Nations General Assembly had proclaimed in Resolution A/61/L.22; the year 2009 as the International Year of Reconciliation; “recognizing that reconciliation processes; are particularly necessary and urgent in countries and
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Conscience: The Inner Voice of the Higher Self.

by Rene Wadlow. The United Nations has designated 5 April as The International Day of Conscience. The first celebration is this year 2020. An awakened conscience is essential to meeting the challenges; which face humanity today as we move into the World
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Abraham H. Maslow. Cultural-Bridge-builder through Psychology

Abraham Maslow was a US professor of psychology, most of his career at Brandeis University in Massachusetts.(1)  Maslow’s writings cover a wide range from an early interest in anthropology to his later applications of humanistic psychology to business and education. His mature
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