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Your Name and Title:

Javier Elizondo - Vancouver Lead Representative

 

School, Library, or Organization Name:

ARI Institute

Co-Presenter Name(s):

Molly Bolte - ARI Associate Member - Integral Education/Business Development Consultant

 

Country from Which You Will Present:

Canada / USA

Language in Which You Will Present:

English

Target Audience (such as primary school teachers, high school administrators, students, etc.):

Educators, Teachers, Students and General Public

Short Session Description (one line):

A Globalization School open for all people, regardless of their country or nationality, aimed to help alleviate the ever-growing unemployed workforce around the world, with the specific goal to help individuals into being contributing members towards society by educating them with the principles of the Interconnected World we live in today.

Full Session Description (one paragraph minimum):

The “Globalization School for Citizens of the Interconnected World” is not an ordinary school, but rather an adult education program dealing with all aspects of the new, jobless life that hundreds of millions worldwide are beginning to lead. We believe that if people’s genuine needs are satisfied, they will support the kind of government and social structure they are in, even without the prospect of finding a new job in the foreseeable future.

Through the method of Global Integral Education, we will educate this large population group with a better understanding of the social structure required in a global and interdependent age.  Through the inclusion within this environment and social framework we will restore the dignity of the unemployed by upgrading their social status from that of “outcasts” to that of people pursuing “enhancement” of social and professional skills, hence discouraging idleness, desperate criminal acts, and addiction.  This method will not only alleviate social and financial distress, but also establish a healthy daily schedule for these individuals and empower them with a sense of purpose and belonging to society.

Websites / URLs Associated with Your Session:

http://ariresearch.org/

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Wow!!! So exciting!!! All the best to you as you present this important and amazing topic!!

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