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Principles and frameworks for the Global Enlightenment Education Program

Governor Michael Dukakis, Professors Thomas Patterson, David Silbersweig, Nazli Choucri, President Vaira Vike-Freiberga, Prime Minister Zlatko Lagumdzija, Nguyen Anh Tuan, Ramu Damodaran, and other distinguished leaders and educators discussed to create the Framework of Global Enlightenment Education program, and its sub-committees of its. Framework of the program based on its principles and missions:

Educating citizens who will build the Age of Global Enlightenment, that are able to create, innovate, and master their own lives, have the tolerant and kindness mindset and ability to create lives globally, have honest, sincere, tolerant, and noble personalities.

Helping citizens have a right, positive, and beautiful mindset about life, and encourage their passions and interests to create a good life, work, and career for themselves in the Age of Global Enlightenment. Each citizen is guided and helped to be able to live and establish a career in developed countries such as the US, European Union, G7, or OECD countries, or they live in their home countries, can connect with and to have the opportunity to exchange values, work, and do business with developed countries in the Age of Global Enlightenment. It also creates an environment for each citizen to connect with the flagship cities of the Age of Global Enlightenment.

The Global Enlightenment Education Program is an important part of the United Nations Centennial Initiative. It is a fundamental to building the Age of Global Enlightenment.