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Friday, March 24, 2006

Breaking Views from ClubofLondon current #1 in collaboration knowledge city bookmarks (votes over 40 million)

This week saw world water day come and go with less than a ripple. Did Londoners know how they could have contributed more news on this around the world? no matter

Next week is arguably the biggest in the calendar for gifts to the world Londoners as number 1 collaboration knowledge city can start up, and make the next 6 years marathon of make poverty history connect all around the world

With Al Gore visiting the twin cities of London and Oxford, we cannot imagine a better time to Launch the Social Entrepreneur Olympics. The game is to have got 30 gravity pursuits of social entrepreneur world champions into the public consciousness by 2012 as much as the top 30 sports.

All we need is love and courage to cheerlead cross-cultural creativity's waves:

The Livingstone has got us off to a great start; he has declared there will be no sporting Olympics in London in 2012 unless they are carbon free - turn up the heat on every politician since only photosynthesis innovations can produce clean energy of that sustainability magnitude. Make sure all those who host Al Gore events debrief him as the clock to 2012 counts down

The lessons to be learnt from Make Poverty History from pop stars down can be an epiphany if University of Stars and the BBC turn their minds to the greater transparencies (eg end all country corruptions) needed if Make Poverty History is to be a reality network not just an image-making one

So that's 28 more gravity pursuits we need to celebrate around social entrepreneurs with as much gusto as the 20th Century hailed sporting stars

We are reminded of one Harrison Owen story I should tell because open spacing education is a social entrepreneur pursuit every family can stand up for whereas we cannot all help on the ground with projects in Africa or in the roofs that algae use to convert the sunshine into cleansing energy banks.

He was studying to be a priest around the Washington Dc area. It was a time when Martin Luther King was having a dream. Harrison can't recall quite how it happened but he was standing in a civil rights field in a crowd of African Americans - one tall lanky white man. The police were beginning to charge on the crowd and Harrison was feeling quite scared. That is until a 7 year old black girl came up to him - and said Mister will you hold my hand

Since that day, Harrison gave up the priesthood to the chagrin of most of his family. And is one of the handfuls of people who most interconnects conflict resolution facilitators around the world. Their networks criss-cross all religions that believe in golden rules of reciprocity such as so unto another what you want done unto you. They also connect mathematically - if Einstein is correct here at - to Gandhi as the greatest inventor of peaceful social entrepreneurial revolution that 144 years of The Economist's coverage of this most productive of all professions.

If some of this post makes sense to you, why not re-edit the parts you like and send it to the board of Governors of the BBC, and should you wish Tony Blair or another politician well with their legacy why not copy them in to. We the British people, not any of our political representatives own the BBC. We have invested way over 50 billion pounds in this corporation. On a personal note to all scots- may I ask whether you feel the inventor of television would feel proud of a television where every big debate is framed one dimensionally around short-term left and right rivals or whomever is looking fore a job with big business if the party does not turn out Trumps for their apprenticeship to network power.

It is high noon for the BBC with its 10 year licence determined by and for the people in the year of 2o06. Please could our world service be one of British Character we can feel both pride and humility in searching for. Please free your journalists for humanity to take a fearless lead in realising this open source script from 1984 , so that trust across peoples everywhere begins to flow through every documentary inquiry that has anything to do with world peace or nightly newscast on poverty's challenges through 2012 - and through these communications help the British to get to know 30 gravity pursuits of Social Entrepreneurs with as much joy and attention as the 30 sports it spend most public licence fees on. Hey when Brits helped to invent most of these sports we surely never intended they would take over from greater British realities of world service, through believing in CommonWealth principles and our Queen's higher order right to ask us as she did in her end of 2005 broadcast to unite in preventing globalisation from turning humanity on itself.

For the same of deeper democracy blossoming and connecting every coordinate on earth, you can also play a jigsaw mapping game aimed at sustaining 2 million global villages. Here's part of my family's tree which may open up some useful connections- what connections could your family tree or that of your peer networks open source. If you can make a "peer or family tree" picture why don't we play the mixed networking games of swap and snap. If we are going to turn around globalisation’s exponentials sustainably in time, we are all going to have to work with whatever grassroots community contexts up we can help each other navigate. No lead is too small as long as it is one you intend to gravitate transparently around as part of you lifelong learning mission. We need to help change children's education now so that the core human rights of freedom and happiness have a chance to breathe nature's clean waters, airs and energies everyone human beings sing her praises. Let's all turn up the courage through every family in the land and into wherever co-mentoring networks in internet space may take A B C D E F you

Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Hi Sofia dear cc

Thanks Sofia for phoning- looking forward to our breakfast meeting at 9 at Nightingale in Balham (tomorrow Thursday)

A penny dropped from on high on me at a complex couple of network meetings yesterday where architects and open source people are debating how a billion dollars investment needs to be planted in the photosythesis sector of clean energy (which is the only energy stream our "death of distance" preneurial archives have wholly had time for since 1984)

For the purposes of the most urgent social and sustainability innovations it does not matter what knowledge I have or an organsiation I have only what focal knowledge connects through a circle of people who wholly trust each other. I wonder if that is what our soul from Be the Change's bridge was simply trying to say-perhaps maz who met him that day can chip in.

This is at least a different game to play social and productivity networks with, and one I must make sure i represented at the next Macrae-linked Oxford Union debate against being bureaucratised by the European Union's machine view of knowledge;

equally, we could see if we can develop a coaching module. I'd be keen to recommend a coach around 30000 project networks which need to emerge around

And now heading towrads one of your life missions. If you are going to be the twin world trade bridge between London and Bolivia, or indeed and richer poorer trading couple, I'd strongly recommend establishing rapport at Basically if anyone is aiming to sustain anything through microfinance, then there is unlikely to be a better open community know to me than this one (in psite of it having so many microconversational crossroads). But this comes back to needing to send dozens of explorers of particular paths into omidyar, and then sharing what trust we find around colaborativelly focussed projects. I haven't had time but this is how you would have a first look at Bolivia's 210 sightings and possible connections in Omidyar

If anyone I have cc's has got this far, you could take your first trip into microfinace collaboration by changing Bolivia in the above bookmark to whatever is your number 1 focus, and report back waht you find, or join us for a coffee (Nightingale balham tube- whichever exit you take head down the road towards and under the bridge- nightinglae is about 200 yards

Sofia is one of London's deepest alumni trained in facilitating deep democracy , one of the 3 world ranking methods of conflict resolution- and the one that is doing more sustainability good around Africa than all the leaders of a G7 summit (at least from what I have seen, always delighted to be re-informed) . So if conflict-resolution matters, you can email if tomorrow's coffee is too short notice

chris macrae

searchtheresa loks for the world's deepest voices and the conflict reconcilation methods and cross-cultural communal codes needed to sustain them safely and entrepreneurially

Saturday, January 28, 2006

OPEN SPACES IN SEARCH OF THERESAS - Catalytic Communities HUB in Rio, Brazil
For us its appropriate to open our listing of projects emerging from global village hubs with a catalytic experiment out of the southern hemisphere- one of Brazil's great collaboration gifts to the world along with water for humanity (eg 2004 year of water for the public dialogues Brazil Catholic Churches 7000 parishes, world's largest dam at Foz is also 100 clean river basin projects -mail if you need the CD catalogue including a schools curriculum connecting 80 kids in mapping systemic waves of water, the collaboration of Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay steward one third of the world's reserves of underground freshwater, nature's need to restore to health the exponential global impacts of rainforests)

Let's Open The Talk about collaboration origins of Catcomm:
Founded by a lady who loves the three countries her roots comes from Brazil, USA and UK

Pledged by 200 citizens via pledgebank as well as interesting network of NGOs who see this as a chance of catalysing deeper community projects than can be reached in any other space

Supported with 1 in 40000 shares of the microfinance funds made available by omidyar and the billionaire philanthropists who founded ebay

So what's the next step in Bridging Catcomm with Schumacher's and Entrepreneurial Revolutionaries' open netizen mission of 2 million global villages

One way I will explore is search through my inbox of 5000 acquaintances for those from dual hemisphere origins and who I know love a Southern or Eastern hemisphere's nations people to ask them to find one deep community project they would most love the rest of the world to openly debate, and see if we can get that featured as the opinion lead example of catcomm's international online package tour of deep community projects. Should you be a 12th grade email user of similar desire to connect people's cultures around the world - or a Londoner who takes this responsibility on after 7/7 as a test of all future cities' sustainability, then please contact me at so we can start sharing our best twin-citizen leads and help catcomm openly connect with them

Tuesday, January 24, 2006

conversation 1 with Theresa 1

Theresa asks :Would love to hear folks' ideas and in particular help us dream up improvements to the current Casa model, particularly in the area of what activities could bring sustainability to the space. How could we meet the Casa's costs from natural activities in the space???

a1.1 could you be the exchange where people come to learn about microfinance
Can the Omidyar community 1 2 bring to Rio a conference on community banking and microfinance -and co-brand it Catalytic Community and Omidyar.

I'm assuming Omidyar exists in part to open source training at every level of how to win-win-win from community up financing. If your CASA is also a local space for banks that could want to experiment with a community-up arm, maybe that's how you earn revenues to empower your other side the community projects you want to invest time and community and permission to converse about before deciding which need their own money, and how small an experim ent wil test out whether they are sustainable

Saturday, January 14, 2006

You will find Theresa's story and her 200+pledgebankers and how several hunred locla project developers continues at catcom threads within the local global section of omidyar

a few lowlights and highlights aqs 2006 move forward
the original CASA was broken into and computers damages one January night of 2006 leading to the decision to relocate it; apparently the Roman Catholic church in its wisdom in redevelopimg the whole area around the old casa but this has meant a lot less safety for thsoe that are temporarily there
the last day of fully running the old CASA has been dated at the saem time as a feast and start of Rio's carnivals - carnival methods of animating projects remain one of our huge interests at Club of Dc having been introduced to a guy who is studying practices of carnivlas as they connect to sustainability education of peoples or other socila premneurial revolutions

this thread on the culture -QUALITIES OF CASA SPACE - seemed vital to reproduce here:
The following is a list of the characteristics of the space (also found at
A location accessible by one ride on public transport from any location within the metropolitan region;
2. A "homey" space: the fact that it is a house, we have found is important in building a fraternal culture of comfort, exchange, and dialogue; Staff and frequent visitors present the Casa and its objectives to all visitors and receive them with coffee and biscuits, in order for them to quickly feel at home;
There is no charge for use of the space given the low socio-economic level of community organizers in Rio de Janeiro; in addition we have found that the exchange of monetary resources among staff and community organizers weakens the bonds of trust and camaraderie, and so must be avoided to ensure the healthy nature of the space;
The connections made and information exchanged at the Casa are unpredictable and depend on the organizers that visit the space; the staff's role is to maintain a friendly space that nurtures and stimulates natural and strengthening exchanges;
Workshops, debates and lectures offered in the space are organized by volunteers including community organizers that seek out CatComm staff to make use of the space, as are meeting rooms and computer facilities; CatComm staff does not actively direct the use and content of the space;
The space is specifically available to support people in their effort to further projects related to community organizing or social mobilization; individuals wanting to use the space for personal, rather than collective aims, are directed to other Internet café's or locations for those activities;
The space is neutral relative to differences in gender, race, religion, age, or sexual orientation;
Community organizers may use the Casa's resources independent of the thematic focus of their work;
Exchanges among community organizers with diverse interests are actively encouraged; for example, a health project, AUAPARN, organized a computer skills workshop with a women's group, Woman in Action, and with a homeless movement, Chiquinha Gonzaga;
Outreach happens mainly naturally, by word-of-mouth; by attentively following these precepts, the space has become a reference among community organizers in Rio and new leaders visit us almost daily thanks to positive outreach by other leaders themselves;
Our staff offers to one only what we can offer to all; this encourages us to develop stronger bonds with community organizers and volunteers themselves, who effectively drive activity in the space while CatComm maintains a small staff to simply administer and maintain it;
Monthly open meetings are held with Casa users to determine how the space and CatComm's website can better serve them, and to discuss important issues currently affecting local projects;
Every visit and the use of computers and meetings spaces is registered in a customized database in order to determine how the space is being used, what works, and what could improve.

Sunday, December 25, 2005

Above the line I need to thank Global University for reminding me what too many debates with big leaders almsot drowned out out of me: LIFE evolves out of water, women, sunshine, family, cultural safety to be including being healthy and being permited to question the facts th ebigger they are shouted down to your gravitational responsibility to link diversity transparently - if you don't like my words (and why should you as I am only god with numbers) you can see how this research threads through this tapestry of global unviversity co-research and cross-linking. You may or may note interpret religious significance to some of these links but if you do I pray you start with the golden rule of relationship reciprocity which is the common souce from which all major religions round the world do seem to have flowed.

Being just a mathematician: I love exploring transparent data. In the 1980s, I was one of the first to explore a database of a million hours of interviews with women across 30 countries on what they wanted to purchase, consume and be witnessed doing. I found something that shocked many ad agencies near to death because it did not fit the business case of tv spots nor their favourite exectutions of communications. But then as a researcher and mathematician, Grounded Theory (inquire openly as if no conventional wisdom pre-exists) is the schooling I come from, and which I hope that teaching will return to in time for my 9year daughter to benefit (another weblog family, one day soon)

EMPOWER WOMEN'S SELF-CONFIDENCE AS PEOPLE , and all can value multiply exponentially well
If we can empower women to be self-confident (not as sex objects) then good to great communites and cultures blossom. Since I am a valuer of all systems to do with media, learnt partly from my dad as an economist who wrote for one of the first global media, what I have just said is the way I would put it to try and train advertising agents (if any need to remain after organsiational identities are chartered for reality-making ie to live and learn around). More controversially, I am still exploring how to say it constructively to other opinion leaders.

Cut to a second story -how women will save the world if its for saving. That's what this blog maps and seacrhes for.

In 2003, I got very deeply impressed by Mary Robinson of Ethical Global Movements, & previously Presindent of Ireland; and Paul Komesaroff of Medicine and Ethical at Monash University, of GlobalReconciliationNetwork & Collapsing World. They staged the greatest networking event for humanitarians I 've ever seen in London 1 2 3 .

This led me to Delhi 1 2 in 2004 for the next annual meeting of GRN- where I learnt to celebrate both Gandi & Mother Theresa.

And in 2005, the deepest community pracice epicentre -Catalytic Communities -I have discovered is being founded by another Theresa, this time alive and thriving in Brazil, Rio. Since I happen to need to search for 30000 grassroots replicable networking projects by 2010 for my own peace of mind, the blog name SearchTheresa seems fitting. And if the number of projects in project30000 submitted out of Theresa's hubs by 2010 beats the number out of Clinton's Globalisation Initiative, I'm sure he won't mind!

Equally, all deep communal hubs and all women founded networks sewem interesting to map. More women's stories that I have heard networks witness since 2003:
Freda Komesaroff's co-development of the youth newtork GloYo
Lynne twist's story of 25 years work at TheHungerProject and her mothering of Kind in Nigeria
Traci Fenton's 200 person renewal of Organisational Democracy 1 2 in DC Oct 2005
The projects-wonderful GivingGlobal model...

please tell me at what you search & see that belongs on the same map!

Tuesday, May 31, 2005

co-creating in safe 7 cheerful spaces

Here's a bit of timewarping for you connecting cafe conversations I participated in may 2005 - sponsored by BBC (action networks), starbucks and the royal society of arts - and the World Blu Organisational democracy network (4-day event involving 200 people in DC founded by the Fenton Family). OD presnted about 20 practical cases as well as giving lots of network debate time. The number 1 series of cases talked about preneurial dynamics in the service economy; the number 2 series talked about inter-local societal understanding and collaborations around the world -eg givingglobal , deep-democracy, carnivalisation as the way of celebrating community and innovation progress

Here's the mail I sent to the Fenton family followed by some links to cafe conversation contents:

Dear Mrs Fenton cc Ms Fenton
I was wondering if it would be practical to catalogue what educational democracy experiments or subnetworks may be emerging from worldblu. Several people did stand up in between sessions or the open space to talk with deep voices about education, though I confess you are the only one who identified, and then I needed Traci's help. I loved how you described getting first or second graders to agree on conversational and learning codes.

My daughter is turning nine and I am appalled by all the cramming for facts and how little open inquiries in learning seem to be todays' educational norm. How little peers learn to colaborate in conversation and evolve their own communal future ideas. This conditions the 3 emerging projects that I can throw into the pool, albeit it as a parent amateur rather than a professional
1) I have a dream that schools should include open spaces in their curiculum before children reach teen age. We know 10 year olds are as good at open space conversations as 50 year olds thanks to 25 years of open Space experiments coordinated by Harrison Owen in Potomac, and now conecting facilitators in 100 countries. So why on earth so few schools use open space , and how to get them started?

2) I decided with my daughter to give her a 5 year diary with a difference. each week we'd choose to start up a topic that she might jot on any time in the next 5 years. When I remembered I'd try and play the role of journalist prompt asking her questions so she could write down answers that bost her self-confidence or curiosity. This would be a better process if some other epope either tried it or at least nominated one or more subjects they believe 9 to 13s can learn by experiencing

3) I spend half my time in Dc and half in London. Back from London we have a few resources like groups of people questioning what they wish education would adapt to in the internetworking age - where I believe 12th grade use of email is to know how to discover your own mentors through life and help others do likewise. One of the main sponsors of these debates is the Royal Society of Arts which is supposed to be braching across all cities soon as Britain's main way of replanting social space and connecting powerful and ordinary people. There is also lots of emotional literacy attempts to free up eductaors from the measurement syndrome circling round friends at
So these are my emerging projects. Are any other educational ones emerging from October. Is there a way we could occasionally meet or multiply cross-project developments?
sincerelychris macrae 301 881 1655

BBC sponsored Cafe 1 women's safety in London
-went back to being scared of gangs of youths then deciding that youths only go round in gangs becasue as young teens thyey get scared to go arounhd on their own as well as not having cosy spaces to meet nor the intial help to facilitae positive cultural influence and ways of spending their time

BBC sponsored Cafe 2 - where's the spirit, the co-creation culture of London - went back to having neither time nor space nor channels for announcing starts of groups interested in actioning the same communal development; media has stolen this from us as has the expensive development of city space so that no casual community centres freely exist for people to host meetings; worse over time this makes us ingrained instead of cross-cultural. We don't really integrate across diverse groups even those of us who have as few prejudices or pre-constraining assumptions as one can be

RSA sponsored cafe 1 As parents, what advice and education should we be giving children. Do we understand the future or have we become numbed by all the chnages that are going on. Where is the ethiocs and trust of yesteryear. Is it everyone for themseleves or where and how do people meet to collaborate.

All three of tese cafes and sevral other ones I attended went on before the underground terror of 7/7 or Queen Elisbath's report card on the year: Signs are that (globalization or somethiong is causing) humanity to turn in itself. Please people of Britain let's be confindent we can co-create a beter way, and help the world do this too. More notes of mine at simpol, club of city , of village, and London's 5 main collaboration villages that I so far know of.

Saturday, May 01, 2004

Below, a plot I heard today in the first Mayday lectures organsied by Sir John Whitmore for more than 20 years. The stories and the birth of the London branching of BeTheChange networks sounded so inspiring then. I later learnt That:
-great stories are not enough to enable all a network's participants to make the most of each other's connections with future chnage
-that the 2004 annual meeting of Global Reconciliation Network in Delhi was for me a much more permanetly moving network event
-that I would soon lose my younger but greatest networking mentor in London, who also open spaced the 3rd day of London's BeTheChange 2004

I guess Abiola and Lynne Twist remain the most remarkable positive memories of that 3 day event.

Abiola Stories : including the lady with 2 mothers
Support a Women of the Commonwealth Network and require that the UN time share with such women leaders so that women's view of the world's local priorities has as much influence as men'sIn this thread you may want to debate:could the Independence of Africa's most richly resourced country have spun a different way, and if so what learnings can we map for other countries and critical periods in a nation's re-birth?how at the time of Hafsat Abiola's deepest adversity she united the wisdom flowing through the family trees of one of Nigeria's most love-the-people families (the Abiolas) and one of America's (the Twists)how much generations of the Abiola family gave and are giving to Nigeria, women's networks across the world - how are ( 1,,2,,3,,4) or might other networks that love people of every diversity collaborate with KIND?
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Sunday, September 30, 2001

Jottings on Systemic Methods of Conflict Resolution

What is Deep Democracy?
I first heard of this method in a 15 minute telephone conversation with Naomi Klein; secodly when Sofia in London told me about it (which led to google search -extract below); 3rd in several hours of conversation with Myrna Lewis herself (still writing up notes on her terrorist line presentation). I am convinced its one of the 4 methods of conflict resolution, I would recommend with all my heart to people needing a truly communal method (the other two being open space, the collage of methods that Mahatma Gandhi developed, and the act of someone with power throwing the floor open to people to listen to their testimonies- nobody hosts that with greater care than the professor of medicine Paul Komesaroff and the extraordinary series of events GRN around the world he has encouraged people to participate in and hundreds of networking organisations to praticipate in since 9/11)

search of Myrna Wajsman-Lewis included this from Country: South Africa Field(s) of Work: Education, Civic Participation Conflict Resolution, Civic Participation, Equality / Rights, Public Policy Organization: Fieldworks Location:

This profile was prepared when Myrna Wajsman-Lewis was elected to the Ashoka Fellowship in 2001. Myrna Wajsman Lewis introduces Deep Democracy, a decision-making process, into public school curricula that enables learners to gain experience in decision making and group dynamics while also reducing prejudice-driven conflict among South Africans. The New Idea The basis for her method, Deep Democracy, is a psychological concept based on the inherent flaw of traditional majority democracy that allows 51 percent of any population to make decisions for the other 49 percent. Deep Democracy recognizes the wisdom of all viewpoints and fosters the 'buy in' to decisions. Myrna has observed that any decision-making process is at the mercy of deeper, often unstated, views, attitudes, or emotions. Progress is often sabotaged by the minority. She teaches conflict resolution and facilitation techniques in response to this tendency. Her program is accessible to all people and encourages young people to participate in decision making. She teaches the skills necessary to acknowledge and channel the deeper issues and subtleties when faced with difficult choices. The skills are easily grasped by students, who, through Myrna's project, learn to effectively make decisions and resolve conflicts in their schools. The Problem Most children are told what to do and not given a chance to learn decision-making processes in relation to themselves or others. As a result, most adults struggle with life decisions and in South Africa with dis-empowerment issues. These skills are not explicitly taught in schools. Students do not learn civil democracy and seldom have to make balanced personal decisions over the course of the structured school year. The curriculum implemented by the South African National Education Department espouses the values of human rights and mutual respect, and the need for life skills. However these values and skills in post-apartheid South Africa are new and take time to learn. Under the new political system, schools are obliged to enroll pupils regardless of race, culture, or ethnicity. Classroom integration, violence in the country, the adaptation of the new education system, plus many other factors, has oftentimes led to intense conflict among students, parents, teachers, and administrators. The problem continues to escalate as educators struggle with curriculum needs. Staff and learners lack appropriate skills to deal with the conflict, any prevailing conflict either is suppressed or explodes in violence. The Strategy Myrna develops tools that teachers, administrators, and learners can use to address the unconscious forces and stereotypes that inform or bias decision making. Her methods show all parties in a school how to deal with those feelings in a way that promotes, rather than paralyzes, the decision-making process. After piloting her model in the private sector, Myrna adapted her methods for schools and launched initiatives in South Africa's Western Cape area. Upon obtaining a school principal's approval, Myrna conducts a training with a select group of students and teachers, who later facilitate the process in the classroom. Myrna encourages the participation of students in decision-making processes in the school at least twice a week, thus making school more democratic and providing opportunities to use the Deep Democracy process. Once the project has been evaluated and necessary modifications have been made to adapt it, the project is spread to other schools under the inspector's jurisdiction. Myrna does the initial training of staff and students, but subsequent trainings are carried out by psychologists, educators, and social workers who are trained in her methods. The Person Through particularly difficult circumstances, Myrna was required, at the age of five, to fend for herself on the streets for nine months. To some degree, she believes, it was this experience that carved out her identity and influenced her self-reliance. Myrna found employment immediately after high school in a school for children with special needs and simultaneously studied for a Bachelors degree in social work via correspondence. Over the years, Myrna became a specialist in teaching autistic children and has, in turn, trained many others working in this field. Myrna has subsequently helped people facing varied and difficult circumstances, including drug addicts, stressed employees, unmarried mothers, abused children, and people with extreme psychoses. Myrna earned a Masters degree in clinical psychology and first encountered physicist Dr. Arnold Mindell's concept of deep democracy while studying process-orientated psychology in Zurich, Switzerland in 1990. Myrna spent the next five years working with her husband, a psychologist, to develop a new model through which the tenets of Deep Democracy could be accessible to the mainstream public.

Saturday, January 01, 2000

For a happy new century across 6 billion beings our study of 20th century economics and worldwide societies lead us to believe we human beings will all need to understand systemic approaches connecting all 5 of these levels of exponentially contextualising, colaborating and compounding sustainable communal health and wealth

How SearchTheresa connects wioth this 5 dimensional puzzle is illustrated at ClubofVillage in the case of London; we'd love to hear if you feel it fits with 5-way collaboration village interactions in your city -whether you transparently map this as linked by citizens or netizens!