Global Peaceful Human Development and Design

by Elizabeth Wiley MA JD Pomo Elder



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/3/2023

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x8.5
Page Count : 46
ISBN : 9781698713601
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 46
ISBN : 9781698713595

About the Book

In closing, each area of this book is an area you can find one or more ways to make the world better that is easy and often is just YOU making up your mind, to believe and live peace, no matter what the rest of the world is doing. As an example, I have worked for many areas of peace for decades, some projects I worked on, invented, or volunteered to help are today amazing examples of just thinking, praying and believing bringing a tiny bit more peace and balance to this world. Many times I am so sweetly surprised that others have grabbed an idea, or listened in a conference and come home to make their world a better place! That action inspired others and the ideas and better world grew! Many believers of all back grounds over centuries, over thousands of years have found that a job too big, too scary for one person, done in tiny parts by many is successful! Peace.

About the Author

The Author is the first Native American Rez woman to complete law school in her State. Having done extensive volunteer hours in family and juvenile courts and projects, the author was appointed as the National Director of Native American Family and Juvenile Justice Systems for an Indian Centers USA project utilizing both cultures to address issues of families and juveniles special to Native American Cultures. The Author also now has a Masters Degree in Bicultural Development as well as all but the last paper(wrote five) sign off for a PhD in Public Agencies and Reassessing and Restructuring Public Agencies for International consulting work. Growing up in two cultures is likened to straddling an electrified razor wire fence often seen on military bases and prisons. The second book, a second in a series on Public Agencies FOR the people, not bureaucrats, again brings the thought that supporting the law, Constitution and just plain ethics and morality and being forced to deal with those who sigh and say, ‘that’s way it is” put the author on another electrified razor wire topped fence.