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Moving towards a Value Based Economy

How we apply systemic change in a traditional community, breaking the chains of poverty. Continue reading

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Failing states – not a local issue

Current economy is so intertwined on a global scale, that local conflicts have direct impact on global peace and economy. An unstable state is not just a local issue anymore. Some personal observations based on Fragile State Index by the … Continue reading

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Why gender is significant for society, a larger perspective

On Tuesday, September 10th, Alain Volz shared about Leap into Life with the National Committee for Human Rights and Gender of D66; the Democratic party in the Netherlands. You can find the link to the presentation here: http://www.slideshare.net/alainvolz1/leap-into-life-prese-9-sept-013 This blog … Continue reading

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Social innovation and labor participation in the Netherlands

This Saturday I participated for the First time in a conference of the Dutch Democratic party (D66). The program held a variety of topics and besides plenary sessions there was opportunity to split up in smaller groups for so called … Continue reading

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