The Planetary Network - December 2016
The planetary network of light, love and service is transforming the mental climate of the planet, reorientating humanity to spiritual attitudes and values. The groups and activities reported in the Bulletin reflect different aspects of the network.
Femmes Internationales Murs Brisés (International Women Broken Walls)
Femmes Internationales Murs Brisés (FIMB) is a world wide solidarity network with a presence in eighty countries. The network exchanges information, services, know-how, equipment, and shares key skills.
The focus of the group is education, humanitarian missions and the environment.
FIMB has partnerships with many other international movements, such as Code Pink in the USA, Gulabi Gang in India, the Tibetan Women’s Association, and Gandhi International in France. The group explains: “We are all united and independent partners. We are genuine links of a solidarity chain working in accordance with all components of a pluralistic world.”
20 allée des Troenes, 66000 Perpignan, France
UCLG The Global Network of Cities, Local and Regional Governments
Based in Barcelona, Spain and founded in 2004, the purpose of United Cities and Local Government (UCLG) is to represent and defend the interests of local governments on the world stage. UCLG aims to be “the united voice and world advocate of democratic local self-government, promoting its values, objectives and interests, through cooperation between local governments, and within the wider international community.”
UCLG also supports international cooperation between cities and their associations, and facilitates programmes, networks and partnerships to build the capacities of local governments. UCLG promotes the role of women in local decision-making.
“The network of members of United Cities and Local Government represents 5 billion people across the world, 70% of the world’s total population. The network extends to every corner of the globe and covers over 240.000 towns, cities, regions and metropolises and over 175 associations of local and regional governments in 140 countries.”
Carrer Avinyó, 15, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
t: + 34 933 428 750
f: + 34 933 428 760
International Institute for Spiritual Leadership (IISL)
The Institute’s vision is “co-creating a conscious sustainable world that works for everyone.” It draws on a worldwide network of scholars and practitioners to further the theory, research and practice of personal and organisational spiritual leadership.
Amongst its goals are:
• to facilitate and support employee development of mindfulness through an inner life practice
• to foster spiritual well-being
• to create hope/faith in a vision of serving key stakeholders through a culture based on the values of altruistic love
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