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The Entrepreneur of the Future Enabled at Better World Forum 2012

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Global Social Entrepreneurs Unite at First Virtual Better World Forum, uniting Global Change Agents and General Public with Ideas into Action for  New Economy with a Higher Level of Consciousness

The Better World Forum 2012 opened its virtual doors this past Saturday,  April 21st with a lineup of global social entrepreneurs with solutions for  many of the problems currently facing the 100%.

Aimed at raising the level of consciousness in decision making, this past  weekend's sessions featured:

Danny Schechter, the News Dissector,
Jack Healey, Human Rights Action Center and former Executive Director of
Amnesty International, USA,
Heiko Martens-Sholz of the Road to Sustainability in Munich, Germany,
John Perkins: Confessions of an Economic Hit Man
Howard Bloom, Author of "The Global Brain" and "The Genius of the Beast."
John Storm of the Brainstorm Network
Otieno Nickson, World Student Committee for Sustainable Development, Nairobi,
Almas Jiwani, President of UN Women Canada Nat'l Committee
Robert Thurman, President, Tibet House
Jeunnesse Park, South Africa
Jessica Arinella , What You Can Do
Carol Barbeito of Earth Protect
A special Earth Day Presentation with WBAI Pacifica Radio
Peter McGugan,Occupy Consciousness
John Perkins: Confessions of an Economic Hit Man
The New Green Currency: Dr. Shann Turnbull, Sydney Australia

Says Jack Healey:   "We must make people look at one another to see the basic spark of humankind that binds us together. If we can create enough  awareness, it might be possible to move beyond a simple conspiracy of hope
to the reality of another world beginning. Ordinary people and citizens of all nations must educate and agitate in defense of human rights in their  universal relevance and specific applications. Indeed, Occupy Human Rights. We are the 100% ."

The Better World Forum was the first ever virtual global event dedicated to global change by enabling grass roots organizations to take the lead.  With  participants online hearing from, and working with social entrepreneurs who
discussed empowerment, inspiration and solutions, people attended from six Continents, all united in enabling a better world for all of us---a better  world with a higher level of consciousness.

The virtual event series continues this coming weekend, April 28 and 29 and features global social entrepreneurs and change agents including Deepak  Chopra, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Hazel Henderson of Ethical Markets and over
a dozen other inspirational change agents.

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