Every person wants to be happy. But can we call our society happy? Each of us would surely like to live in a world where we, our family, and all people are really happy. Yet, what kind of world do we see today? What kind of future do we want for humanity?
The realities of our time: war threats and conflicts, geopolitical tensions, millions of refugees, children dying of hunger, economic crises — and all this is against the background of rapidly growing climatic disasters that confront humanity with the key choice between survival or death of civilisation.
All this is a result of the consumer format of society. Is this the world we dream about? Is this the future we want for our children and grandchildren? Is this the world that we ourselves want to live in?
BUT HUMANITY HAS A CHANCE
The unique world-scale event “CREATIVE SOCIETY. WAYS TO ACHIEVE IT” on May 15th, 2021, on the platform of ALLATRA International Public Movement, will unite people from 180 countries of the world in one online video conference in an open global dialogue:
“Do we want a creative society? What kind of future do we envisage for humanity?”
The event of May 15th, 2021, is the next step after the first world conference "SOCIETY. THE LAST CHANСE" held on May 11th, 2019. At the conference, people voiced the most acute issues of our time and the truth that has stirred up the world.
People understood: for the world to really change for the better, it is necessary to change the very format of the world society from a consumer to a creative one, and to change it peacefully. And only people themselves can do that. Today, it is extremely important for us as humanity to envisage the common future which we want to come to as a single human family.
Constructive changes begin with people's decision, and this decision becomes the beginning of the future!
A large-scale video conference on May 15th, 2021, will be organized by people themselves in their own countries and regions!
“We would already be living in a creative society today if we had started acting yesterday. And we would have started acting yesterday if we had started talking about it the day before yesterday.”