GEP 10: The New Normal for the Post-Covid World

 

On June 26, 2020, GEP held an emergency session on “The New Normal for the Post-Covid World,” which drew participation from more than 100 people in 20 countries. Members joined in the online session to share their concerns about the pandemic and ideas for using this time of uncertainty and inbalance to visualize how the world can emerge transformed for the better.  

Experts from many areas of society including Education, Science & Technology, Peace & Global Affairs, Self-Sufficiency, Natural Resources, Environment, Social Welfare, Finance, Housing, Labour, Health, Culture and Forests. Seven Bills were passed by the House. 

 

Main Theme

The Covid-19 pandemic has posed the greatest challenge to the international community since World War II, in terms of health, economy, and international relations. The pandemic has not yet reached its peak globally, and has been predicted to remain a crisis for at least 36 months.

Until the pandemic is resolved for all countries, it will not be resolved for any country; until it is resolve for all people, it is resolved for no one. This is the moment to unite. 

The Covid-19 pandemic is causing abrupt changes in almost every sphere of life—from education to transportation, from communications to culture, and from work life to home life—and could plunge half a billion people into poverty. Itis testing and stretching all manmade systems, and those that have resulted or will result in disruptions are demonstrating the inherent imbalance of such system. A world comprised of more than 50% of its systems in a state of imbalance is a world in imbalance.  

We are unable to go “back to normal” after Covid because “normal” was unsustainable. It was the so-called “normal” that caused the Covid disaster in the first place.  

The world requires new guidelines for global balance, harmonious co-existence, long-term sustainability, and life in tune with nature. Global leadership needs to work in unity, acknowledge what factors have led to imbalances, embrace change courageously, and to set a clear agenda for the “new normal” in a balanced Post-Covid World. 

 

Bills Passed

1)   Building a Balanced Post-Covid World Bill

The objective of this Bill is to suggest new guidelines and procedures to all nations to work together to plan for Post-Covid times, that will:  

  • Create a “new normal” for a world of balance and harmony,
  • Provide a scientific basis for understanding such balance,
  • Reduce suffering and increase the wellbeing of all life on Earth.

 

2)   Health and Wealth Self-Sufficiency Bill

The objective of this Act is to suggest new guidelines and procedures to all nations in building a new vision of health and wealth balance for the Post-Covid World that will:  

-      Build individual health and immunity,

-      Create harmony in the family and society,

-      Empower families to be economically self-sufficient.

 

3)   Applying Physics in Genetics for Investigating Causes and Treatments of COVID19 Bill

Moved by Dr. Christophe Dumas, Minister for Science and Technology 

The objective of this Bill is to suggest new guidelines and procedures to all nations during the Covid-19 pandemic and for post-pandemic times, that will: 

-      Develop a new field of medicine based on the subatomic plane

-      Introduce the concept of Entropy-Negentropy balance for health assessments

-      Provide scientific insight into the effects of genetic manipulation by assessing the quantity of bosons and fermions.

-      Apply the I-Theory for developing medical treatments for the Covid-19 virus.

 

4)   Educating in the Post-Covid World

Moved by Prof. Armoogum Parsuramen, Minister of Education

The objective of this Bill is ensure that the lessons learned from the Covid pandemic result in policy changes to education that will create future generations of more humane, ethical and wise citizens.

 

5)   Life of the Soils and Processing of Biowastes 

Moved by Nicolas Beriot, Minister of Natural Resources

The objective of this Bill is to suggest new guidelines to all nations for a change of treatment of biowastes, that will: 

-      Support the life of soils and the natural cycles of organic carbon

-      Return bioresources to the soils

-      Create balance in the ecological systems through the principles of Entropy and Negentropy

-      Support a shift to a new industrial, economic and monetary paradigm more consistent with the preservation of biodiversity and well-balanced ecosystems.

 

6)   Preserving Our Inner and Outer Environments Bill 

Moved by Lady Carla Davis, Minister for Environment

The objective of this Bill is to suggest measures that nations can take to ensure health and vitality of the natural environment and human beings, including:

  • Better education about the connection between all things
  • Improvements to governance
  • Changes in food and agricultural industries
  • Reforms to the healthcare system.

 

7)    Creating a Humane and Prosperous Post-Covid Society 

Moved by Mona Greenspoon, Minister for Social Welfare 

The objective of this Bill is to suggest measures that nations can take to create a just and humane society—that prospers at the expense of none.  

 

Swami Isa at GEP10 

GEP Founder, His Holiness Jagadguru Swami Isa, giving the Founder's Address

List of Participants

Founder: His Holiness Jagadguru Swami Isa

Inauguration: Hon. Kadakampally Surendran, Minister for Tourism, Government of Kerala, India

Special Guest: Hon. Alphons Kannanthanam, Member of Indian Parliament and former Minister for Tourism, Govt of India

Speaker: Dr. C.V. Ananda Bose, IAS (Ret’d), Distinguished Fellow, Lal Bahadur Shastri Academy of Administration, Mussoorie, India

Deputy Speaker: Dr. Kiran Vyas, Founder, Tapovan Open University and Ayurvedic Centre, France

Minister for Education: Prof. A. Parsuramen, Former Minister of Education and Former UNESCO Director – Mauritius

Minister for Self-Sufficiency: Mr. Jon Jandai, Founder of the Pun-Pun Centre for Self-Reliance, Thailand

Minister for Peace and Global Affairs: Dr. Mathews George Chunakara, Director General, Christian Conference of Asia, Thailand

Minister for Finance: Prof. Gour Saraff, Prof. of Economics, Spain

Minister for Housing: Prof. Dr. G. Shankar, Founder, Habitat Technology Group, India

Minister for Health: Dr. Reza Chowdhury, Founder of Greenheart, Medical University, USA

Minister for Culture: Dr. M.R. Thampan, Former Director, Kerala State Institute of Languages, India

Minister for Human Resources: Dr. Dirk Seeling, Founder, Personal-Point, Germany

Minister for Science & Technology: Dr. Christophe Dumas, Head, Solar-Thermal Department, Centre for Alternative and Atomic Energy (CEA)-Cadarache, France

Minister for Environment: Lady Carla Davis, Author, Nutritionist and CEO, South Seas University

Minister for Natural Resources: Nicolas Beriot, Alliances for the Soils, France

Minister for Social Welfare: Ms. Mona Greenspoon, Office of External Affairs, the Baha’i Community of Thailand, Thailand

Minister for Parliamentary Affairs: Mr. Ajith Venniyoor, Journalist and Faculty, Bhavans College of Communication and Management, India

Members of Parliament making submissions:

Dr. Shiv Boodhun, Permanent Secretary to Govt of Mauritius: “Science & Spirituality in the Post-Covid World

Mr. José María Márquez Jurado, Head of the Judiciary Council of Spain: “Relieving Work-Related Stress through Yoga in Post-Covid World

Prof. Sudhanshu Rai, Assoc. Professor of Innovation in Emerging Economies, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark: “Innovation for the Post-Covid World”

Dr. Joy K. Joseph, Professor of Economics, London, UK: “The Need for Financial Transparencyin the Post-Covid World”

Clara Cressy, GEP France Coordinator: “Rewilding the Post-Covid World”

 

Special thanks to the GEP Technical Team for their support for this online session.

 

GEP 10 poster

 

 

 

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