The Global Manifesto provides a strategy to design an ideal society. This book aims to highlight the ideals that are required to ensure the full potential human nature and the ongoing reduction of suffering on the planet. Based on idea that we must achieve the full expression of our needs and rights, the Global Manifesto explains that our physical and biological needs are by creating optimal living conditions through the 'perfection' of infrastructure, while our mental and social needs are actualised through the provision of satisfying and productive lifestyles in the development of holistic social infrastructure.

Human Nature

Human Nature explores the fundamental nature of human beings and the aspects of the of their existence that lead to social behaviour and the creation of society. It explores human needs and desires, behaviour, relationships, communication, language, conceptual frameworks, human rights & much more. This part of The Global Manifesto explores all the domains of life that contribute to a society.

Stakeholders in Society

Stakeholders in society refers to the various participants that make up a society and the various social structures that contribute to their existence. The various areas that are discussed include:

  • Participants

  • Support Networks

  • Community Leaders

  • Decision makers

  • Planners

  • Funders

  • Families

  • Groups

  • Organisation

  • Workforce

Nature of Society

The nature of society explores the fundamental features of society that play a part in the creatin of communities and vicil society and their role in contributing the 'point of exchange' Aspects of this include:

  • Community & Civil Society

  • Point of Exchange

  • Places of Exchange

  • Political Sectors

  • Economic Industries

  • Educational Disciplines

  • Physical Infrastructure

  • Social Infrastructure

  • Governance

  • A Global Society

A Global Society

The Global Society describes the various aspects of society that are pushing the unification of a global society. It explains what globalisation is and the need to develop both international and global structures. Aspects of a global society include: 


  • Going Global? 

  • The Difference Between Global & International?

  • What is Globalisation?

  • Pluralism: Religious Pluralism and Multiculturalism

  • Democracy & Participation

  • Global Commons

  • Global Connectivity

  • Global Collaboration & Cooperation

  • Global Language

  • Global Education, Professional Development & Capacity Building

  • Global Research, Conceptual Frameworks and Knowledge Production

  • Global Communication & The role of the Internet, Social Media,, Dialogue, Information Sharing & Networking

  • Global Transport

  • Global Travel & Tourism

  • Global Education

  • Global Health & Mental Health

  • Global Welfare Support System

  • Justice, Crime & Performance Management 

  • Peace, Dispute & Conflict Resolution

  • Safety, Security & Diplomacy System

  • Hospitality System

  • Acting Locally & Evolving Global

Global Politics

Global Politics talks about the globalisation of systems & frameworks, the electorate, decision making, transparent funding and administrative agencies. It explores the various political sectors from the various domains of life and proposes how the political system could become globalised through horizontal and vertical governance. Horizontal governance describes various levels of integration whereas horizontal governance operates across sectors through collaboration, communication, coordination and cooperation.

Global Economy

Global economy explores the fundamental economic units in society. It discusses the various economic industries that could play a role within various sectors to enhance the supply and demand of resources (e.g. human and financial resources) and how these contribute to product and service industries. 

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