On May 7, 2022, the global forum “Global Crisis. We are People. We Want to Live” was held, where the facts of absurdity and deadlock of the format of modern society were voiced and the real ways out of the current situation were proposed.
One of the speakers was Robert Kennedy, Ph.D. in Political Science, President of the Atlanta Council on International Relations, Professor Emeritus of International Affairs, Sam Nunn School of Georgia Institute of Technology.
He voiced the challenges that threaten our existence on the planet:
- Continued proliferation of weapons of mass destruction
- inequality: 1.1% of people own half of the world’s wealth while 55% of people possess 1.3% of it.
- Poverty causing hunger; lack of access to health care, education, and normal living conditions
- Corruption in government circles
“So what can be done? We need to work toward a major change in the way we view peoples and societies. The world won’t change on its own. Among what needs to be done: big money needs to be reined in, we need to respect other peoples and cultures and views that they offer that differ from our own, – Robert Kennedy underlined, and went on: – And think creatively about how to solve the pressing problems that threaten our future and the future of the planet. We need a more creative society!”
Dear friends! We invite you to watch the forum and spread this information to as many people as possible. If everyone on Earth knew the truth, we would no longer be able to live our lives as before – we would be changing this world together.
International Online Forum “Global Crisis. We are People. We Want to Live”
Official website of the Creative Society international project: https://creativesociety.com/