Society & Harmony

The Global Challenges

Urbanization, Migration, Conflict, War, Poverty, Refugees, Violence, Social injustice, Corruption

GEP’s Unique Vision

Why do we have society? Is it merely to benefit by the presence of others? Or are we naturally aware that we are part of a greater whole?

Whether we live alone or in a busy metropolis, each of us is connected to a much greater whole, including the environment, community, region, nation and world. A society is like an ecosystem containing many diverse species, all living together and contributing to the greater whole. When one part of an ecosystem gets out of balance, the entire system suffers.

A society in harmony is a flourishing society, where all people contribute their unique gifts and receive support for their needs. No one part would be left out, exploited or undermined.  Whether differences between people are cultural, religious, or economic, we must first understand what is their unique contribution to the greater whole.

Achieving social harmony is not a theory, it comes through practice based on scientific understanding.  Keeping the ecosystem in balance is a matter of recognising the various energies involved and how the energy flows and is exchanged.

Our Ongoing Projects in this Area

Legal Research

Women’s Energy Parliament

Youth Energy Parliament

Universal University

Relationship-building between GEP and Global decision-makers

Balance-Energy (BE) Centre : living with tolerance, social harmony and intercultural understanding

LTC practice and its effects on mental and physical health

Interfaith peace work : Peace Bridge of Light in Remagen

Meditation and yoga as a tool for creating outer peace through inner peace

Our Resolutions in this Area

Resolutions of GEP 2015 on "The Art and Science of Governance"


UN Sustainable Development Goals Addressed

1. No Poverty

2. Zero Hunger

5. Gender Equality

6. Reduced Inequality

11. Sustainable Cities and Communities

12. Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions



For the Press

Press Releases