CHANGE MAKERS

 

The CHANGE MAKERS are limiting the power of politicians and forcing them to defend the general and global interest, rather than their corrupt interests, as well as building an alternative social structure that is part of the emerging governance system that will replace the decadent industrial system that follows being predominant.

 

Among these creators of change are the following:

 "It is estimated that the number of NGOs operating in the United States reaches more than 1.5 million (2011 data ). Russia has 277,000 NGOs (2007 data). In India it is estimated that there are about two million NGOs (2009 data). "(Wikipedia). A part of these non-profit organizations work to change the system.

 30,000 Civil Society Organizations are linked to the United Nations.

  NPOs linked to the European Economic and Social Committee of the European Union.

 "The Union of International Associations has registered 69,000 International Associations from 300 countries and territories. Approximately 1,200 new organizations are added each year."

  "And in the international sphere there are at present (1990) about 20,000 transnational organizations dedicated to social change".

  From all over the world, more than two hundred million people are supporting social change, signing petitions for signatures at Avaaz. Change and WeMove US. A necessary social change that coincides with the proposals of our second phase for the change of governance system. There are more and more people starting these petitions and more people signing them.

  Social movements, platforms and virtual communities that promote the complaint and the change of the system.

 Collectives seeking alternatives to the business sector. These include the World Social Forum (WSF), which emerged in 2001, and its regional replicas in the Americas, Europe and Asia. They seek alternatives to capitalism and promote the production of goods and services from social organizations. They promote what is called social economy. It should be noted that the European Union states that its economic system is a social market economy. The WSF legitimizes the benefit of these organizations because their owners are the workers themselves.

 Billonaires. The richest person in the world during the last decades (Bill Gates), has created an alliance (Giving Pledge) where numerous super rich are committed to donate the greater part of their fortunes to the social sector, preventing that they are its children who inherit their fortunes. These fortunes could contribute to the system change, supporting the social sector that is creating the new world order.

 

In 2016, our founder described the emerging system as part of the second part of his book "The Way to Change the World", whose first chapters we now publish exclusively in Spanish and in English (PDF)

 

Another World is Possible! (WSF, 2001)

 

Tom Peters (2002)

: “We are in a time in which we are going to re-invent everything 20, 30 or 40 years”. “It is a privilege to leave in these extraordinary times, in which brave leaders, brave in every aspect of their life, and of all ages, are going to re-invent the world… Are you one of them?”.

 

We not only need leaders, but also people to support them and people who can change their own habits.