Watch "Restoring Civility To Public Discourse" - Bawa Jain's TEDx Talk
Do you support Bawa's goal of bringing back a sense of civility?
On the 20th anniversary of the horrific tragedy of 9-11, Mr. Jain reflects on his experience of the fateful day of September 11, 2001 and of January 6, 2021, with the assault on our sacred Capitol, the symbol of Democracy for the World. After 9/11, we saw the country come together like never before and for a brief moment after January 6,th 2021 ,we saw the country come together again. What happened after that, we can lament the differences, but the American people and the World deserve better, as he makes a case for Restoring Civility.
Mr. Jain concludes that “The Spirit of Compromise has been Compromised”, and we must do all we can for small incremental actions of Civility of bi-partisanship!
Bawa Jain is the Founder and President for The Centre for Responsible Leadership. - www.thecrl.org
In 2000 United Nations Secretary General asked him serve as the Secretary General for the Millennium World Peace Summit, that created The World Council of Religious Leaders, which he continues to serve as Secretary General. Bawa Jain is the Secretary-General for the World Council of Religious Leaders. He first presided as such at the 2000 Millennium World Peace Summit of Religious and Spiritual Leaders. Jain co-founded the Religious Initiative of the World Economic Forum, and is the founder of The Gandhi King Award for Non-Violence This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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