A conceptual framework
The aim of all projects is to engage
people in activities which bring them together and which, as a result, help
to unite us, rather than divide, in terms of the opportunities that we can
enjoy, understandings that we hold and a sense of shared future which we create.
Laterality and the requirement to expand our mindsets on the problems or issues that we encounter therefore are
the two main principles in terms of which all projects are structured and
which they seek to cultivate.
The activities that the projects support, are defined by these principles.
They include business ventures or projects which involve people in a
constructive and mutually beneficial relationship and which, as a result,
generate for people opportunities to enhance their understanding of the conditions
which influence their actions, beliefs or attitudes.
The objective of the projects is to help to link a range of individuals
or groups in a shared effort to overcome the perspectives that limit their
opportunities with the goal of achieving a broader, more informed and more
enabling minset on the problems that they face. Freedom, in this sense, is
experienced in terms of the control that individuals gain from action that
comes form and is led by understanding rather than from acts that are directed
at winning and subjugation.
The funds for the activities that the projects support are:
Currently, all projects
are still in the developmental stage. Support and ideas are welcome.
- generated by the projects themselves or
- provided through grants which would be distributed
on request and in accordance to the scope of the project.
- Some projects form doctoral
inquiries conducted by Doctoral Candidates form various countries and with
goals directed at effecting changes in educational structures. For examples
of these projects, click here.