What is Many Minds? (read more)

An overview of the process of using our e-democracy group to crowd-source global policies to tackle global challenges. Making the process available to whole world. How will the policies be chosen? How global problems and solutions are interrelated which is why we need campaigns working on these individual issues to unite globally. How the global policies will converge into global agreements to be implemented by cooperating nations of the world. Why global synchronised cooperation is vital. Minority groups’ rights. Thinking tools to facilitate the whole process.

How Many Minds works (read more)

This short page lists the best ways to participate in the Many Minds process to ensure the whole process functions efficiently.

Potential global policies (read more)

A list of hope evidencing humanities’ potential. It shows what we know of the best (so far) policies to tackle global problems. Each policy was put together by experts from NGOs, political parties, activist groups and scientists and also by inspired people, indigenous groups and people’s assemblies around the world. There is also another list of some of the policies created behind closed doors by the few, for the benefit of the few.

Systemicon Thinking Tools (read more)

Systemicons are an aid to systems thinking, to getting to the root cause of a problem. They are also aid to help us realise the scale of our connections and group loyalties. Systems thinking is the process of understanding how things, regarded as systems, interact and influence one another and at different levels within a whole. Ultimately, systems thinking highlights how everyone and everything is interconnected as whole systems within whole systems.

Empathicon thinking tools (read more)

Empathicons help several people look at a problem from the same angle at the same time. Thinking from the same perspective as another person increases empathy and decreases adversarial thinking.