The Rising Sun
WTM Centres are opening around the world!
This booklet contains the transcript of the World Transformation Movement’s (WTM) Inaugural WTM Global Conference. The event was held in Sydney on 18 February 2017 to launch the first three WTM Centres to be formed outside of Sydney.
The transcript begins with an Introduction by Genevieve Salter from the Sydney WTM Centre, followed by presentations by Stefan Rössler from the Austrian WTM Centre, Franklin Mukakanga from the Zambian WTM Centre, and Sam Akritidis from the Melbourne WTM Centre. Concluding remarks are from psychiatrist Professor Harry Prosen in the US and Australian biologist Jeremy Griffith, who founded the WTM in 1983, and is the author of the 2016 book FREEDOM: The End Of The Human Condition.
To watch the presentations from the Conference, see www.humancondition.com/wtm-centres-launch/.
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