“Thinking of yourself as a world citizen is the first requirement of sanity in our time.”
World Citizen Transformational Videobooks chart a course for humanity’s survival on Spaceship Earth…
A new generation of ideas has arisen to deal with this planet wide dynamic. These videobooks provide a toolkit for achieving personal health, community well-being, and global democracy…
Welcome to a new world. The programs you are about to encounter provide transformational information in a readily understandable audio-visual form. They illustrate practical ways individuals, communities, and nations can find health, prosperity, and peace. Documenting a kind of hidden history, they reveal the ongoing work of civil society pioneers who are laying the foundations for an emerging global civilization.
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Practical visionaries offer actionable answers to social problems.
Reports from the leading edge of healing disclose humane, affordable, gentle methods to help nature reconstitute the body.
Local municipalities can change the current imbalanced model of economic development by adopting earth-friendly policies.
Satellite telecommunications and the Internet have ushered in the Planetary Age, but we the people need new institutions at the global level to make our voices count.
These visionaries show how to bring about a world with peace and justice that fulfills the fundamental human needs of all people and restores the biosphere. Compassion for the preventable suffering of the human family motivates these philosophical crusaders. Their inspiring models encourage viewers in shifting to a more comprehensive worldview.
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Presenting five heroes who have produced substantial real world results, using transformational ideas that expand the range of the imaginable: • Soviet Premiere Mikhail Gorbachev • geodesic dome designer Buckminster Fuller • futurist Barbara Marx Hubbard • head of the Tibetan government in exile the Dalai Lama • and Cleveland Congressman Democrat Dennis Kucinich. (120 mins.) »
Natural methods can reduce stress and restore vibrant health. Foremost practitioners in their fields recommend powerful preventative methods that forestall and treat conditions from minor ailments to serious diseases. Families, health professionals, and healing centers can all benefit from learning these self-help techniques.
These programs encourage balanced lifestyles for individuals and sane directions for society. Conflict resolution skills enable communication and agreement through mutual understanding. Modern industrial societies need to change to reintegrate with nature. Space shuttle pictures of the planet remind us of our essential unity as earthlings.
The principles for bringing about interpersonal community and international peacemaking are the same: including all parities’ concerns, respecting the other as yourself, working for the good of the whole, and maintaining an openness to innovative solutions, all while cultivating a sense of balance and grace. (82 mins.) »
International civil society can help humanity achieve global self-government. One route is by working to transform the United Nations toward a democratic world federation. These videobooks show citizens and leaders how conscientious conversion to sustainable development best ensures the survival of the race.
Acting as legitimate representatives of organized humanity, at the invitation of the U.N. Secretary General to meet in the General Assembly Hall in May 2000, delegates from 1400 community groups around the world produced a document identifying how states, the U.N., and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) can work together to meet all people’s fundamental human needs. (57 mins.) »
We can envision key elements of a world order that works for all: regulating transnational corporations, fulfilling a Bill of Social Rights to care for every person, upgrading global decision making, transforming planetary management through a new U.N. Charter, and seeing ourselves as crewmembers on Spaceship Earth. (22 mins.) »