A NEW APPROACH How to begin to move toward a different philosophy? And what policies might a Proutist approach to criminal justice embrace? Other countries
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PART II HISTORY Punishment has taken many forms throughout human history. Binding to a stake, ritual cursing, stoning, barred social interaction—that’s what pre-Common Era justice
As Patrick, a former inmate states, “It started with the shaving of my facial hair and continued with the jumpsuit I was issued. I looked
By Cristina Casadei The office age is over, all 820 employees will work in open spaces. Night and bank holiday shifts can be carried out
It is known that trees act as stores of carbon dioxide and synthesize oxygen. Their function as a habitat for small organisms and animals is
Scenarios of teaching and training in a changing world 1 The Challenging Forecasts A World Development Report “asserts that 68.9% of jobs in India are
In collaboration with local farm, Centro Madre, the Prout Research Institute Venezuela has established initiatives that support local people to become more self-sufficient in producing their own food in the midst of the country’s economic crisis.
70 people participated in the landmark conference at the University of Maine. Talks and workshops covered topics such as cooperatives, the biopsychology of cooperation, healthcare, decentralized energy, food sovereignty, financing economic democracy, indigenous rights, fair trade, cooperative housing and land care, ecology-based economy and timebanking.
A seminar on the theme of Economic Democracy was organized by the Proutist Forum on 7th October at the Nehru Yuva Kendra in New Delhi.
As a result of the program requests came to arrange similar programs and presentations on Prout in various parts of the country.
by Ole Morten Lyng and Edvard Mogstad
PROUT Norge (Prout Norway) participated in the demonstration they had catalyzed, to raise consciousness about the use of imported soy from Brazil as feed for livestock and fisheries.
Soy imported from huge farms in the Brazilian savanna of Mato Grosso, now comprise 50% of the ingredients in the power feed that has been developed to replace traditional local animal fodder.