Transform the System
Collaborative movement organizing

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Mission points

What do our organizations want to do? What do they want to do together as partners in an alliance?

These brief statements are excerpted from the mission statements of organizations we have listed, and provide a fast and accurate way to define the common objectives shared among these organizations.

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1Accelerate our collective evolution.6
2Adapt agreements on a case by case basis while recognizing our individual and organizational limits.1
3Advance positive change in the banking sector.1
4Affirm that "Society must change. It’s in our hands."4
5Affirm that the goal and the purpose of the economy are to serve people and the planet.6
6Blend a suite of powerful conversational processes to invite people to step in and take charge of the challenges facing them.2
7Bridge an empirically responsible and non-dogmatic spirituality with a humanistic science.3
8Bring into being the new systems, born from wholeness, that celebrate our Unity in Diversity3
9Bring people together across divides to discuss and effectively take action together on today’s toughest issues.9
10Build a community of practice.10
11Build a spiritual community.9
12Build capacity of others to think in new ways, to realize the value of their contribution towards shaping the new economy.1
13Carry out a vision of a new economic system where shared ownership and control creates more equitable and inclusive outcomes, fosters ecological sustainability, and promotes flourishing democratic and community life.7
14Catalyze the transformation of our economy.7
15Cause a systemic shift, from well-being for a few, to physical, psychological, spiritual and ecological well-being for all.1
16Celebrate our unique diversity as well as the rising of the Divine Feminine, leading to personal and planetary transformation.4
17Challenge mainstream development thinking and offering alternative policy options.5
18Change business practices towards humanistic ideals.5
19Co-create a more sustainable, fair, democratic and people-centered new economy.4
20Construct an open, collaborative curriculum for teaching global ethics1
21Convene and connect leaders to tackle common challenges in their work to build a new economy.2
22Convene circles that enable people to support one another and build their lives together.3
23Create a "next system" anchored in democratic ownership.5
24Create an interconnected network of new paradigm culture creators and promote a more conscious culture.6
25Create deep change in our economy and politics.7
26Cultivate huge compassion for our shared humanity.4
27Cultivate peace and justice by engaging people to bridge religious and cultural differences.2
28Decentralize and democratize the system by which money is created and allocated by rebuilding the system of community banks, mutual savings and loans, and credit unions we once had.1
29Define business as a positive social partner.1
30Describe an economic system that is built on values that promote the common good.1
31Develop a living global network of change-makers and activists committed to deep dialogue in order to create new approaches and collaborations that support change.3
32Develop new qualitative and holistic approaches to seeing and understanding nature and technology.1
33Don't fight for a seat at the table; create a whole new table.1
34Educate and inspire individuals everywhere to bring forth a thriving, just and sustainable world.5
35Elaborate the details of a new paradigm based on human happiness and the wellbeing of all life forms as the ultimate goal, purpose and context of development.2
36Empower practitioners in the business, government, and non-profit sectors to collaborate to solve problems that cannot be solved by one sector alone1
37Encourage people work together for the good of their communities and the world.12
38Encourage the idea that all human viewpoints are partial at best…2
39Engage in community action such as conflict resolution and reconciliation, environmental sustainability, education, women’s and youth programs, and advocacy for human rights2
40Engage people everywhere in transformational conversations and experiences.4
41Engage researchers, policy makers and civil society actors from around the world in generating and sharing knowledge, in order to shape policy.2
42Engage teachers, students, and publics around the world in a conversation on a global ethic.1
43Ensure that social equity, inclusion and justice are central to development thinking, policy and practice.2
44Express the oneness of our spirituality as a community.4
45Facilitate conversation and collaboration among those now working in “silos” within this field.5
46Grow a diverse inter-generational community of circle practitioners who work to promote racial, gender, ethnic, economic and environmental justice in our organizations and communities.2
47Help build collaborative and deliberative systems5
48Help define the purpose and role of business in a global society.3
49Help dissolve imaginary boundaries.1
50Help people realize the oneness and interconnectedness of everyone and everything.2
51Help people, organizations and governments transition towards commons-based approaches to society1
52Inform, inspire and engage individual and collective participation for global transformation in harmony with all Life3
53Inspire and galvanize the human family to generate a critical mass of conscious commitment to a thriving, just and sustainable way of life on Earth.3
54Inspire organisations and people to raise their standards and learn how to act & lead from a place of love, wholeness, and wisdom.1
55Integrate indigenous wisdom with modern knowledge to support personal and collective transformation.3
56Lift up the work of communities on the front lines of economic and ecological crises who are organizing for transformative change.2
57Mobilise human potential for transformation and the building of a better world.3
58Operate with full transparency.1
59Place power in the hands of people and uproot legacies of harm.2
60Promote a clear vision of the next economic system.2
61Promote ethics-based leadership5
62Promote unity among various groups of believers in God.1
63Provide a space for the exchange of ideas, giving prominence to marginalized viewpoints4
64Serve as an informative and engaging space for those interested in learning more about changes in the international economy.1
65Set internationally accepted industry standards2
66Shift economic priorities from growing financial assets to meeting real needs.3
67Shift the primary purpose of the economy from growing individual financial fortunes for a few to building living community wealth to enhance the health and well-being of everyone.2
68Support interspiritual community.5
69Take responsibility for the whole.2
70Through stories, connect the local human experience to global meta-level issues3
71To revitalize the Heart of our Humanity.1
72Transform the world for the benefit of all life through convening and supporting collaborative conversation.5
73Weave a collective new economy narrative that can build shared identity.5
74Work for an economy where success is measured by the well-being of people, societies and nature.7
75Work to create a new paradigm that embraces nature's wisdom in shaping a sustainable and healthy future.1
76Work towards an environmentally sustainable, spiritually and personally fulfilling, socially just human presence on this planet.13