“Stop the world, I want to get off” was a 1960’s musical about life in a fast-paced world. Sixty years later, the musical would be “Kid in a candy store, where do I start?”
Technology makes all things seem possible. A whole new range of human slills are called into play when conditions turn out to be more frustrating than easy. Those are the social graces for solving the global challenges of today.
Patience, tolerance and a willingness to cooperate are basic human traits that have become lost in some people and in some cultures more than others due to current historical realities. They are renewed and strengthened by a global majority of good will.
Communicating across cultures calls for deeper sensitivities than dealing with one’s own. In a global digital world, it calls for perseverance in messaging and allowing for errors before casting blame. Those tools are vital for progress with major challenges like climate change, pandemics and supply chain continuity. They are indispensible for solving incidious challenges like racism, religious intolerance and xenophobia.
The global internationalist motto holds that laws change behavior, the heart takes more work.
Experience changes the human heart Internationalism promotes a campaign aimed at all near-200 countries of the world. Its aim is to get people involved in their communities, find a voice to enter a broader orbit and then claim a stake in their work through feedback.
At the same time, internationalism aims to broaden the personal experience by building empathic ties across cultures, primarily through the arts including sport. Where art an commerce intersect in powerful messaging, even governments can be moved to action.
Again, this site is in perpetual development. It is a reflection of the newly cooperative world accelerated by internationalism. All communications are welcome, as are donations for continued development of our campaig.
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