strategy

Overcoming indifference

Implementation:
The 1995 meeting of the World Economic Forum had as its theme "Overcoming Indifference: Building the Fundament for the Twenty-First Century".
Claim:
Indifference is the eighth deadly sin. When an understandable focus on one's own situation turns to neglect for the troubles of others, hostility toward those in different conditions and even conflict can result. In contrast is the will to involvement. Early involvement can solve problems before they grow too great. Cooperative involvement can redound to the benefit of all. Sustained involvement can transform the world for the better. The United Nations is a machine for involvement. Through its mechanisms peoples everywhere can engage their problems together. (Boutros Boutros-Ghali, Secretary-General, UN).
Broader:
Overcoming
Constrains:
Using indifference
Values:
Indifference
Organizations:
Forum (1100037828)
Subjects:
Type Classification:
D: Detailed strategies