we understand the ways in which the global environment affects us; the ways in which human rights violations in foreign countries can affect our own human rights; how growing income and resource inequalities within and between countries affect the quality of our own lives; how the global tide of immigration affects what goes on in our countries and how our own country’s immigration policies affect other nations.
Global issues are those that cannot be solved by individual nation-states. For example, we understand the impact of the growing scarcity of natural resources on all countries; the challenges presented by the current distribution of wealth and power in the world; the roots of conflict within and between countries and requirements of peacebuilding and peacemaking; and the challenges posed by a growing global population.
Almost every global issue has multiple ethnic, social, political, and economic perspectives attached to it. It is our responsibility as global citizen to understand these different perspectives and work to build common ground solutions. we avoid taking sides with one point of view, and instead search for ways to bring all sides together.
we have the responsibility to advocate for having countries sign outstanding global agreements that they have not signed and for ratifying and complying with those that they have signed. ACTs are one of the building blocks of global collaboration among countries, collaboration that is essential for building a sustainable world and a typical example is the African Continental Free Trade Agreement between 54 African Countries.
WWhen a global issue arises, it is important that we speak out on how countries can work with other nations to address this issue; and how countries can work more effectively with established International Organizations like the United Nations, rather than proceed on a unilateral course of action.
We take responsibilities of problems around us, and we pride ourselves in solving these problems for humanity
Our mission is to support economic and human development in the areas of climate change, intra-regional trade, technology, and green economy.