Inspiring Better Policies to Improve Society

There are many regimes that come and go, yet the world is still filled with problems. Many citizens globally have been waiting, waiting for that day when things will be better, whether they come from the developed or the developing countries. They hope that their leaders will improve the state of their lives so that they can have more promising futures.

However, things are not always as black and white as they expect. They get disillusioned into the belief that world leaders can achieve the manifestos’ promises that they always give to get votes. Therefore, it falls unto us the citizens of the globe to inspire positive policies that will give us the kind of lives that we wish to live. We can always lobby, research, present and call for implementation of these suggested policies.

Politics is not meant just for politicians but also for the citizens on who it impacts. This means that the citizens have the power to affect the politics of the day. Many are usually too scared or just don’t care about how their country is run. The world is ours, all of us, it should not be in the control of a few, the so-called 1%. We need to take back what is ours. Not through breaking the law, not through violence, but through inspiring policies that will make our lives even better.

“Doing nothing to change a situation is just as bad as doing something bad to make it worse”.

Henry’s Care Initiative Quotes

We all have a duty to make the world a better place for all and everything in it. This includes: women, children, school-goers and even plants and animals. Through our inspiration, there will be less poaching, less selling of exotic items from animals, less corruption and less unemployment.

Let us take the stand now!

One day at a time.

Better Living Children and health Cleanliness Disease control Funding for health care Help for Refugees Hepatitis Hiv/AIDS HIV and PLWDs Keeping kids safe from diseases loving our children in good health Moral Support Our World Persons living with HIV and AIDS PLWDs Pneumonia Politics Proper health measures Protecting Our Children Refugees Support and Care for PLWDs the children are the future women and health

Published by Lavine Les Mots

"Do unto me as you would have me do unto you". "Fais-moi ce que tu veux que je te fasse"

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