1. Population is a problem for a poor nation.
  2. Population is strength for an educated nation.
  3. Population is a non-issue even as other material resources can become non-issues.
  4. Evolutionarily, population exerts the pressure the society needs to change.
  5. Artificial control of the population is effective, but its psychological effects are not always desirable.
  6. Even when absorbed into nation-building or personal career growth, the excess of energy does not seem to have desirable expression.
  7. The most populous nations, in future becoming the most powerful nations is a possibility.
  8. More than the numbers, the age groups into which population will emerge will be a problem.
  9. As the rural population of 18th century became the urban population of the 20th century, the 21st century may be a century of senile population.
  10. Population can become immaterial even as the size of territory became immaterial to democracies that do not initiate wars.

Strategies for Transformative Global Leadership

www.colabmagazine.com/wp-content/sd/montespertoli-incontri-x-adulti.php The Mother's Service Society is an official partner in the Global Leadership for the 21st Century (GL-21) project, a multi-stakeholder, multi-sectoral project organized by the World Academy of Art & Science, the United Nations Office at Geneva and several partner organizations. WAAS arranged a five-day e-conference from June 15-19, 2020, involving over 225 speakers representing scientific research and educational institutions, civil society and youth organizations IGOs, nation states, and business, to highlight innovative strategies and effective principles to accelerate the emergence of dynamic global leadership for the 21st century. The project will culminate is a conference at the United Nations Office at Geneva on October 27-28, 2020, wherein a project report with recommendations will be presented to the UN, followed by other outreach programs.

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