The Mission of the Club of Budapest Americas is to be a catalyst, advocate, facilitator and source of ongoing communication for the transformation to a sustainable world for the Americas through:
o Promoting the emergence of planetary consciousness through both intellectual and practical means aimed at generating tangible results
o Interconnecting generations and cultures
o Integrating spirituality, science, arts, indigenous cultures’s knowledge, philanthropy, and entrepreneurship
o Fostering learning communities dedicated towards insuring communication, collaboration and action in the Americas between the leadership of these fields.
o Providing ongoing internal means for collaboration among established leaders of consciousness community organizations and movements
o In person meetings
o Providing ongoing external means for exposure of consciousness community’s ideas, ongoing projects, and proven modalities, to be communicated to the public around the world
o Virtual publication
o Printed publication
The philosophy of the Club of Budapest Americas is based on the realization that the enormous challenges that humanity is currently facing can only be overcome through the development of a global cultural consciousness. The view of the Club of Budapest Americas is focused on a cultural consciousness with a global perspective. Like Greenpeace fights for ecological issues, UNICEF for children, and Amnesty International for human rights, the Club of Budapest Americas stands for global consciousness.
Its mission is to be a catalyst for the transformation to a sustainable world. The Club of Budapest Americas perceives itself as a builder of bridges between science and art, ethics and economy, philanthropy and entrepreneurship, between cognition and realization, between old and young, between individual leaders and leading organizations, between popular culture and sources of global cultural consciousness as well as between the different cultures and religions of the world.
The prime objectives of the work of the Club of Budapest Americas is the initiative "You Can Change the World" and "Linking Exceptional Thinkers With Exceptional Doers".
"Empower Journal" is only one of several major ongoing collaborations between The Club of Budapest International, The Club of Budapest Americas and The Memnosyne Institute.
Q: What is the relationship between COB, COBA and The Memnosyne Institute?
A: The Club of Budapest International has made The Memnosyne Institute the only non-profit to be allowed to have an international chapter of COB under its 501c3 umbrella. As a program of The Memnosyne Institute, any donations that are dedicated to COBA go into a separate account and are fully designated funds for its initiatives.
The Memnosyne Institute covers the overhead costs and provides partial funding for initiatives designed by COBA members in tangent with The Memnosyne Institute. However, COBA members can initiate their own programs and source outside funding. The reason for this arrangement is because the members of COBA and COB are extremely active individuals and leaders in their areas of expertise and this frees them to apply themselves to the areas they are the most learned in.
Q: What other collaborations are being done between the Club of Budapest Americas and The Memnosyne Institute?
A: A major area of collaboration is GlobalCollaborationSource.org which is aimed to blend together the KARL technology led by TechneVerde with the online-dating-style technology so that humanitarians interested in specific type (social responsible investing, conscious capitalism, activism, philanthropy, mirco-lending, etc.) initiatives and/or in specific geographic areas around the globe or/and with specific demographics, can be connected, as well as further empowered by cutting edge technologies designed to aid in international collaborations.
There is also a plan for adding an AI component to aid in future research for the online collaborations and initiatives forged via GlobalCollaborationSource.org.
While GlobalCollaborationSource.org is an initiative led by members of The Club of Budapest Americas with The Memnosyne Institute, it is important to emphasize that all Club of Budapest members will be given access to GlobalGlobalCollabortionSource.org. Other organizations being offered portals include Centers for Human Emergence, NEXUS Youth Summit, etc.
You can learn more about this program starting at 33:02 of the video shown below:
Q:What other collaborations are being done between the Club of Budapest International and The Memnosyne Institute?
A:The Club of Budapest International is an official collaborator with The Memnosyne Institute's "School Out of A Box" program aimed at making higher level education (high school and university) available to the poorest, most often forgotten, regions of the world. You can learn more about the program with the video below:
Lastly, The Memnosyne Institute will be offering The Club of Budapest International office space for its Americas office on the Memnosyne Campus for Humanity's Center for International and Local Outreach. The architect for the center is Keith Critchlow and the model was first presented at The Club of Budapest's 21st Anniversary celebration in Budapest in 2014 as well as at Temonos Academy in London, England.
It will be located in Dallas, Texas, USA - a location that is central to all of North America and equally distant between Asia and Europe.
Q:What is the mission of The Club of Budapest Americas?
Q: What is the mission of The Memnosyne Institute?
The mission of the Memnosyne Foundation is to help the diverse people of the world consciously encourage an evolution for themselves and for future generations by providing humanity with the means to encourage positive, peaceful global collaboration in all areas of knowledge. This is being achieved by ongoing global programs, via a Virtual Campus and via the creation of The Memnosyne Campus For Humanity which will be built in Dallas, Texas, USA.
Please click on the link below to learn more about The Memnosyne Institute:
From Left to Right: Joshua Raymond Frenk (The President of The Club of Budapest Americas and Co-Founder/Vice-President of The Memnosyne Institute); Mary Ann Thompson-Frenk (Editor of "Empower Journal" and Co-Founder/President of The Memnosyne Institute); and Dr. Ervin Laszlo (Founder of The Club of Budapest International)