FRANKFURT, Germany, Feb. 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Recognized as the largest grassroots social movement in the world with chapters across most nations, The Zeitgeist Movement announces its 10th annual 'Zeitgeist Day' ("ZDay") awareness campaign.
The 2018 main event will be held in Frankfurt, Germany at the "Kunstverein Familie Montez" on April 7th, 2018, 15:00 - 20:00 CET. This symposium will address the growing severity of emerging social destabilization, war, income inequality, dramatic environmental failures and, in short, overall public health and societal crises playing out on the Earth's stage today.
This main event also occurs in tandem with numerous parallel, sister events happening around the globe during the same weekend, with prior years often having hundreds of events in over 70 countries. Main events have been documented by news agencies, including the New York Times and Huffington Post, with speakers and attendees coming from around the world to discuss the state of society and how to improve it.
This five-hour event will feature speakers such as Peter Joseph and others who will be covering a range of topics, from The Zeitgeist Movement's train of thought, observations and proposals; to effective activism, transitional possibilities, technological developments, the importance of independent journalism, the nature of communication, the role of humor in activism, dealing with opposition and much more. Likewise, a focus on better chapter engagement and general TZM projects for activism will be discussed, honing in on tactics and reformations needed to move our social system to one of intelligent management, true sustainability and real freedom.
TZM Global Website: https://www.thezeitgeistmovement.com/
About: The Zeitgeist Movement is a global sustainability activist group working to bring the world together for the common goal of species sustainability before it is too late. Divisive notions such as nations, governments, races, political parties, religions, creeds or class are non-operational distinctions in the view of The Movement. Rather, we recognize the world as one system and the human species as a singular unit, sharing a common habitat.
SOURCE TZM Global