A World that Works for All
A World that Works for All embraces those activities of the All Win Network where people meet physically in specific geographic locations.
Initiatives that fall under its umbrella often consist of collaboration between organizations with quite diverse objectives yet with the same overarching goal: an all-win global community based on the wellbeing of all—people and nature.
Because of the interactive and participatory approach used in these events, people are able to learn how to integrate the all win principle into their personal and professional lives from others with quite different orientations, thus deepening and broadening their understanding. Among the activities are events, talks, think tanks, and workshops. Topics focused on range from cradle to cradle technology, permaculture, alternative currencies and other ways of regenerating local economies; meditation as a tool, a basic income for all people, and ways in which civil society can relate with the UN.
Celebration of World Citizens Day 20 March, 2009 in Magdeburg, Germany. The World Citizens Registry of Magedeburg was founded by a representative of the All Win Network, Inge Grzyb. It was expanded to include members of the worldwide Esperanto community by the late Gerhard Hauptmann (in front).
A high-level UN Conference on Sustainable Development with on the speaker’s list Ministers, Ambassadors and other representatives of the 193 UN Member States and representative of civil society organizations. It was held on 11 May, 2011 in the UN’s General Assembly Hall. Participants of the All Win Network attended the meeting.
The All Win Network sees Commons Action for the United Nations as its main outlet for activities for organizations and individuals who are rarely able to meet physically because they are so dispersed. They communicate using telephone and IT conferencing and communications modalities
Together, these groups and individuals research and develop ways in which Governments can use a commons and all-win approach to make the required economic shift, finance it and alleviate poverty. They communicate their insights to Nations’ representatives in person, via letters and hand-outs and also via statements they develop with other civil society organizations, which are then read during UN conferences. Insights are developed in brainstorming and writing sessions with people from around the world. People from every possible background are needed for this work in order to cover the necessary angles of each of these complex challenges. So please feel free to join us.
People living in harmony with one another as an integral part of nature.
Commons-based communities where
- all can develop in their own unique ways without harming others;
- have the means to pursue what deeply fulfils them; and
- contribute both to the happiness of other people and to the health and resilience of nature in all its diverse expressions.
- To promote the emergence of an all-win world. That is a world, rooted in the understanding that all are united—all people and nature.
- To promote respect and support for the well-being of all people and all forms of life
- To promote research and make it widely available to promote the all-win approach to life.
- To organize think tanks, seminars, workshops and discussions on how to implement and live with an all-win approach to life and relationships.
- To build a global constituency for the all-win approach to life by forming partnerships and networks with individuals, groups and other, especially international organizations.
- To function as a not-for-profit organization.
Mission of Commons Action for the United Nations
- By the year 2030 to help bring about an all-win global community and a shift to a commons-based economy based on the well-being of all people and nature.
- To create a global shift in consciousness from a win/lose to an all win approach to life and relationships by working synergetically with 8-10 000 people by the year 2015.