1. Introduce “contemplation & stillness ” in all social- & organisational systems at work, in schools and universities as well as at work and societies, - because it has a direct link to overcoming fear and anxiety. We call it Theta Waves which is a predominant frequency when we relax and contemplate and connect with other people and can best deal with the unknown – it strengthens people`s immune system and increases sub-consciousness and intuition.
2. Directing direct engagement with migrants & refugees and local community and cultivate cultural exchanges: public open-discussions, cultural-exchange events.
3. Educate societies about the need for inclusiveness and diversity, and strength inclusiveness for migrants and refugees, -making this a social mantra across each country, - followed by a global rating linked to economic significance brining more accessible and effective remedies for the protection of human rights.
4. Cultivating nation-wide talent-search and mentor inclusiveness and diversity, - promoting the right to participation with the aim of empowering migrants, refugees and the local workforce, working together in mutual projects.
5. Create a foreign investment plan under the consideration of human right approach to inclusion and freedom to invest in “overseas-social entrepreneurship” projects in the countries of origin of migrants and refugees. This means migrants and refugees together with the help of local community establish value-driven projects preventing the influx of more migration and refugees in industrialised countries.
6. Make “inclusive leadership” compulsory of any graduate programs at all universities and vocational- & technical” schools.
7. Introduce the “ inclusiveness and diversity quality standard, - IDQS “a must to have” label for all F500 companies , family- & mid-sized companies. A quality standard that is being revised every year. This rating becomes significant and mandatory for all trades with domestic and international businesses, that requests a certain percentage of migrants & refugees to work together with the local workforce.
8. Introduce a world-wide “migration- & refugee financial exchange fund program” with domestic companies in migration countries to cultivate a new learning environment support by migrants & refugees of the industrialised country. This includes apprenticeships, mentoring programmes and technical schools across over 400 different jobs and occupations. This is to boost talent-& development and special skills development of the local community in migrants countries in Africa, Asia & South America and exchange programs with companies and institutions in industrialised countries.