Creating a Global Democracy for a Peaceful, Just and Sustainable World Community

Unfortunately, This Class Has Been Canceled Until Further Notice

Instructor: Dr. Bob Flax
Wednesdays | Apr. 15 – Apr. 22 | 3:00 – 5:00 PM | Berger Center
2-week session, Class ID: 8028, Cost: $52

Our major problems have globalized; including war, terrorism and social injustice. Yet, our global system seems incapable of solving them. This course presents a proposal advanced by numerous visionaries to create a global democracy to handle our toughest challenges.

Dr. Bob Flax is the Executive Director of Global Solutions, faculty member at Saybrook University and former prison psychologist.

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