Donate Now

Sunday Lecture – Thinking Like Einstein

30th September 2012 · 11:00am

Main Hall | Virtual event

 Sunday Lecture – Thinking Like Einstein

Global problems won’t be solved unless we move from nation-centric thinking to genuinely world-centric (or global) thinking. But what precisely is wrong with our current nation-centric mode of thinking? How and why is it inadequate? And what does moving to world-centric thinking really entail? What does world-centric thinking actually look like?; John Bunzl looks at how a revolutionary shift in our mind-sets is needed to tackle global issues and will propose the Simultaneous Policy (Simpol) initiative as one example of world-centric thinking in action: a powerful and transformative means for citizens to drive their politicians to cooperate in solving global problems.; John Bunzl is a business man with a simple and yet powerful new vision for global governance: simultaneous international action across multiple issues.; He is a passionate speaker on global simultaneous policy and its relevance for a wide range of topics: from tax justice and regulation of financial markets; sustainability standards; to global warming. John has spoken at a number of events including the World Trade Organisation the World Social Forum and TEDx events.; In 2000 John founded the International Simultaneous Policy Organisation (ISPO) and launched the Simultaneous Policy (Simpol) campaign; an exciting new way for citizens to actively use their votes to propel their governments to act together to solve global problems.; John has used and continues to use the Simpol campaign tirelessly to reach out to citizens activists non-governmental organisations politicians and business people to raise their awareness and understanding of what global simultaneous policies could mean for humanity prosperity and peace.; Open to all. No need to book in advance.

This site use cookies.

Read more in Cookies Policy.

×

We need your help!

We host talks, concerts, exhibitions, courses, performances, community and social events. However, we are an independent charity and receive no funding from the government. Everything we do is dependent upon our commercial activity and the generosity of supporters like you.

Donate Now