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This category group is for consciousness rising. To understand the reasons Why things are happening and the motivations, the importance behind the social, economic, cultural and spiritual ideas and concepts.
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Romania – Hungary Report 2019


Romania – Hungary Report 2019 (2019, Bucharest Region) This report is based on a discussion with Didi Ananda Jyotishrii, to make a brief survey in cities with Hungarian population. Especially cites along the Romanian – Hungarian border at Romania side. Didi suggested the cites and the below places were visited: Sinaia, Brasov. Kolozsvár (Cluj-Napoca), Nagybánya (Baia Mare), Szatmárnémeti (Satu Mare), Nagykároly (Carei), Nagyvárad (Oradea), Arad and ..→

Worst social stigma in Romania


Worst social stigma in Romania (Romania - why) In August 29, 2002, Madalin Voicu, one of the most well known Romani politicians in Romania and one of two Romani representatives in the Romanian parliament, made the following statement:

Our gypsies are stupid. They could at least be crafty but they aren't. They are just primitives and they manage to irritate the entire society which is already watching them closely ..→

What happened to the children?


What happened to the children of Romania? (2010, Romania - why) It is 20 years since the world found out about the thousands of children locked away in Romania's state institutions. Markku Sosimaki (Dada), the head of AMURT Romania, agree the conditions were improved but the children were not prepared to leave the care system when coming to the age of 18 years old. They did not just lack ..→

Top 7 Facts about Poverty in Switzerland


Poverty in Switzerland (August 2016, Switzerland - why) remains lower than many of its European neighbors. However, rates still affect a large part of the population. So, why are the Swiss poor? In the country, a lack of awareness about poverty combined with a high cost of living compounds the struggles felt by impoverished residents. Below are are the leading facts ..→

Poland: A New Reality - Old Problems


Poland: A New Reality - Old Problems (October 2010, Poland - why) In 1989, Poland started a successful transition to a market economy. Changes affected the whole of Polish society; economic benefits were not distributed evenly and social difference deepened. Long-term negligence of certain issues and vulnerable groups has begun to manifest in Poland. This report presents two aspects of such negligence – ..→

Seven uncomfortable truths about Norway


Seven uncomfortable truths about Norway (April 2015, Norway - why)

1. We have an identity crisis: It is true of any country that its people like to know how the country is perceived abroad. That is particularly true of the many countries that aren’t the first to be found on a map. But some countries can turn this into an obsession — one of them would happen to be Norway. We spent four centuries under ..→

Biggest social issue Russia is facing


Russia is thought to be more affected (November 2016 - Russia - why) by alcoholism than other nations with high levels of alcoholism. There is said to be a growing “epidemic” of heroin addiction just as there is in the USA. Domestic violence is said to be more serious in Russia than in W. EU and USA and is thought to be related to high levels of alcoholism.

There ..→

Plight of Europe’s Roma: the societal problem


Europe’s biggest societal problem (25 May 2012, Sector - why). There has not been much progress in the last ten years,” says Andrey Ivanov, an advisor at the United Nations Development Program (UNDP). In spite of an increasing awareness of the dramatic social problems related to the exclusion of the Roma and a willingness to do something about them, governments of the ..→

Major problems Netherlands faces today


Major problems Netherlands faces today (August 2015, Netherlands - why) 1) Integration and the “multicultural” society: We’ve had 30-40 years of failed integration policy dreamed up diplomatic idealists who assume that as long as everyone is fed and educated, people will simply “get along”. People who were born here, grew up here, and now run this country cannot have a good idea of what is going on ..→

What does people say about problems in Europe


What does people say (Sector - why), we’ve built the below list of few crucial priorities because we did not find a consolidated clear reference to see what NGOs, large organizations and media were indicating as global problems. Sweden: Seemingly, a great divide between pretense and reality. Our housing regulations are messed up so it’s near impossible to find a place to live in the cities. Our school ..→

Romanian Revolution of 1989


Romanian Revolution of 1989 December 1989 (Romania - why) The Romanian Revolution of 1989 was a week-long series of increasingly violent riots and fighting in late December 1989 that overthrew the government of the totalitarian president Nicolae Ceauşescu. After a trial, Ceauşescu and his wife Elena were executed. Romania was the only Eastern Bloc country to overthrow its government forcefully or to execute its ..→

German reunification


German reunification of 1990 (3 October 1990, (Frankfurt Region - why) The East German government started to falter in May 1989, when the removal of Hungary's border fence with Austria opened a hole in the Iron Curtain. It caused an exodus of thousands of East Germans fleeing to West Germany and Austria via Hungary. The Peaceful Revolution, a series of protests by East Germans, led to the GDR's first free elections on 18 ..→

How economy evolves


An example how the economy evolves (Marga - why)- Here I have postulated four tribes to explain how the people’s economy originates, whom I shall call Volcano tribe, Craft tribe, Dairy tribe and Agro tribe. I shall pretend that they are centres of trade and each provides different basic necessities and skills. Volcano tribe is the centre in ore, the Craft tribe is the centre in wood and has skilful craftsmen, the Dairy tribe produces ..→

Social mobility


Is social mobility good? (26 January 2011, Sector - why) Who could argue against lifting people out of poverty, rewarding individuals according to merit, and ensuring equal opportunities for all? Surely, a more socially mobile world is a more just world. But there's a price to pay for social mobility that other ways of looking at ethics highlight. The utilitarian approach to life, associated with philosopher Jeremy Bentham, always returns to a single ..→

Support for homeopathic medicine


Support for homeopathic medicine (30 January 2011, Sector - why) Dr. Luc Montagnier, the French virologist who won the Nobel Prize in 2008 for discovering the AIDS virus, has surprised the scientific community with his strong support for homeopathic medicine. In a remarkable interview published in Science magazine of December 24, 2010, Professor Luc Montagnier, has expressed support for the often maligned and misunderstood medical speciality of homeopathic medicine. ..→

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