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“The only way to counter the dark vision peddled by extremists is to have an uplifting positive vision”. Bono 2018.
The vision Bono refers to must be of a world where people – individually and collectively – have the means to thrive and prosper – as they see fit.
Success and security for every person and group depend on the knowledge and ingenuity they can draw on – when they pursue their goals and address threats to economies, social order, the environment, justice and public health.
Modern learning needs can only be met with innovative education, training, workplace and enterprise systems.
Those and other systems depend on stable, reformed and functional service and regulatory states – with public and private elements.
No one can ever take fragile liberties, private rights of action and association, democratic principles, stability, security and prosperity for granted or isolate themselves from matters of state and enterprise.
Building these systems locally and globally is an essential and grand endeavour that requires private and public sector innovation and protection of key legacy principles.
2050 Knowledge Corporation – with internal and external contributors – provides training focused on some of the most hotly debated and integrated issues of the day.
- Reformed governance – grounded in commonly held legacy principles of liberty, equality and social progress – that ensures all persons benefit from functional states.
- The empowerment and wise regulation of private enterprises – that allow them to fully contribute to economic and social development.
- Reimagined and integrated systems of education, work and business so all persons can pursue the studies and work or business opportunities of their choice – and drive public and private sector innovation.