Global Changes 2016

We are living in interesting and potentially very globally positive times.

We are doing all we can to help with global optimisation and also helping people directly here in the UK and around the world.

What is exciting is that more than ever before we are observing people interested and committed to more of what we think really matters.

In the next few months, there is a major US election with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton currently being the two primary candidates expecting to become president, following on the presidency of Barack Obama.

The largest corporations in modern human history – in terms of capital, revenues and global reach – have announced their planned deliverables for the next few months – including Tim Cook at Apple with their new Macbook Pros, Microsoft with their Surface Studio, and Elon Musk at Tesla with their Solar Roof cells and so much more.

There have also been some very interesting movies which point very clearly at things that we need to address for us all to be free – e.g. I, Daniel Blake and Before The Flood and many more..

What has been interesting is to watch people start to ask better questions and we’re proud to be supporting that through a new course called which has been launched and which we are supporting as part of our objective to advance education.

As they say.. it doesn’t matter what the answers are if people are asking the wrong questions.

We are also looking forward to the upcoming Global Entrepreneur Week and the next Sharing Our Solutions ( ) showcase

We want to thank all those groups, companies and individuals who are actively looking at what we can all do to make the difference.

We are doing all we can, please join and us do what you can too.

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They say that education can bring you to places and will help you achieve your dreams. This is the reason why those who are educated are more likely to succeed than those that are not educated. Although the success of a person is not entirely reliant to education, still, there is a big difference in terms of opportunities and qualifications. Sad but true, most of the companies are looking for those who are educated because they have the skills and the knowledge that are needed for the jobs available.

Unfortunately though, there are a lot of people who do not have access to education; hence, most people who are not education are in poverty. It is either they cannot afford to go to school or simply there is no access to schools in their areas.

Think about this, if you have money, you can go to prestigious schools and even travel far just to get the best education. For those who cannot afford, they would rather settle in the nearby schools. Of course, this does not mean that the schools in the nearby areas are not good enough but perhaps, they lack the educational materials to equip their students.

Let us put it this way, there are a lot of schools in the mountain areas in the Philippines. The students of different ages are put in the same class because there is only one teacher. The teacher would actually walk for many kilometers everyday just as so they can teach the students. Another harsh reality is that they do not even have the basic books and teaching materials.

While there are those who have access to education, the question is, are they getting a quality education? Maybe not! A lot of schools are over-crowded; they have more than 50 students in one class, which is not very conducive to learning at all. Hence, there is a need for more classrooms and teachers to be able to provide the best education for students.

Now, what can you do in order to help these people get the education that they need in order to alleviate their poverty. There are many ways that you can help. You can volunteer to teach or even donate to various organizations that go to remote places, build schools, send students to schools or supply basic educational materials.

With your little help, you can make someone’s dreams come true.

Donate to Freedom International NOW today


Are we free?

Can any of us be free if any of us are not?

This is a question we’ve been inquiring into over the last few days.

We live in incredible times.

However, can any of us be truly free though when there are still those who are not.

In recent days there have been incredible truths revealed at the local, national and international level.

So, are we free now?

Would we like to be ?

Would you like us to be?


12 Years a Slave

12 Years A Slave

Today on the 16th Feb 2014, as “12 Years a Slave” ( ) won many awards at the British Academy Film Awards, it is estimated that 21 million people are still in slavery.

We think the true number is far higher if all forms of slavery are included.

Let not our ambivalence mean that this number continues for any longer.

Our intent is that within a generation slavery is truly gone, and all are free to claim their birthright.

We give thanks to those who came before and who dreamt, worked, struggled and stood for the freedoms we have now, that we can have these conversations and inquire into what it really means to be free and to serve all in the days and years ahead.

And as the latest fellow of BAFTA said so clearly – we must give thanks to the teachers who have inspired us and helped us become who we are.

Freedom International NOW™

New website launched

We are proud to announce the launch of our new website

Working with our partners globally in 2013, we passed certain mile markers which enables us to now announce and release the next phase of our strategic plan.

We are very excited about the future and would love you to participate in shaping it with us.

Consider – What would happen if everyone was free?

What would that make possible for you?

What would that make possible for the world?