Whenever you are in doubt, recall the face of the poorest and the weakest man. Gandhi Do what is right. Rosa Parks Two dangers constantly threaten the world: order and disorder. Paul Valéry . . . for with freedom come responsibilities. Nelson Mandela *

Statement No. 1


Mandela World Liberation Front (MWLF) ¤ 27 January 2014
Related themes: Climate changes ¤ Agendas and roadmaps ¤ Democratization ¤ Values and principles ¤ Environmental governance ¤ Peace building ¤ Player networking ¤ Fighting poverty and inequalities ¤ World-governance building strategies ¤ Citizen participation ¤ Citizen movements ¤ Living well ¤ Unity-Diversity ¤ Equality ¤ Global democracy ¤ Global identity ¤ Disarmament

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> Comment submitted by Enzo on 18 April 2014
Thanks for sharing this. I especially enjoyed the theme on climate change. The situation is worrying day, global warming has negative consequences on the environment to the natural disasters that (...)
> Comment submitted by on 11 February 2014
I am from the United States but was visiting Paris when I read Document 1. Reading it, combined with reading Long Walk to Freedom by Nelson Mandela clarified many things for me. One in (...)
> Comment submitted by Vedah on 4 February 2014
Hi, I find this statement inspiring and stimulating, but vague. Maybe that was deliberate for a first statement, and I’m not sure how I feel about the "anonymous" part of it. The inspiring side (...)
> Comment submitted by Ahmed on 2 February 2014
Hi, I’ve found this information: “The average McDonald’s employee takes seven months to earn what a McDonald’s CEO makes in an hour”. From this article: “8 Ways Being Poor is Wildly Expensive in (...)

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