PROUT'S Political System
January 23 & 30, 2021 | Zoom Meetings
PROUT’S POLITICAL SYSTEM
Dates: Saturdays, January 23 & 30, 2021
Time: 10:00 – 11:30 am Pacific Daylight Time
Tuition: $40 (limited income $20)
Venue: Zoom Platform (Link will be sent after registration)
With the defects of democratic political systems becoming painfully evident — particularly in the United States — Ravi Logan will present this two-class series on PROUT’s political system will offer timely understandings of how political systems can be progressively reformed. We will look at such topics as economic democracy vs political democracy, selectoral-electoral system, compartmentalized democracy, strengthening the electorate, planetary confederation, the archetype of moral leaders, sector-based representation, and the core rights undergirding political constitutions. These classes will give a vision of the political system needed for a new era in which political institutions serve people, communities and the planet, and in which leadership is drawn from the best of humanity. Note: optional mid-week discussion group meetings will be available for those interested.
• The course instructor is available to communicate with anyone wanting to discuss whether this course is suited to their interests.
• Supplemental readings will be provided.
• A certificate will be awarded by the PROUT Institute to those who meet completion requirements.
Registered participants will receive a recording of the classes in the event that they cannot attend the live class.
Ravi Logan is the Director of the PROUT Institute and a principle instructor in the Transformation Education Program. He is the principal author of PROUT: A New Paradigm of Development. In 1993, he co-authored the Plan for the Economic Development of Khabarovsk Krai on the Basis of PROUT, a report undertaken at the invitation of the Vice-Governor of Khabarovsk Krai in Far East Russia. His new books are A New Interpretation of Revolution and Transition to a New Era. He is also the founder and program director of Dharmalaya, which has as its mission “to promote dharma holistically in personal, social and ecological spheres of life.”