A Platform for Community Action
Welcome. Joining the Order out of Chaos worldwide conversation is easy. By giving each nation and religion its own collective voice in a global conversation capped by the Voice of Humanity-as-One, Voices of Humanity enables us to transcend and yet also to support our nations and religions.
Please list your city in your profile. We are aiming for participants from 1000 cities by the end of 2018. Nuclear arms are the roadblock to everything we want to accomplish, so we are taking nuclear disarmament as our major theme for 2018. #smile4nd
Voices of Humanity (VoH) is an online community where the crowd-sourced voices of the genders and generations will weave a tale of love and wit, remaking humanity's vision of itself in the process. Through this new lens, the human race will see itself as the intelligent, generous and capable species that we are, giving us the trust and confidence we need to cooperate on pressing global matters. Please see A Plan to Capture the Center and Marginalize the Hardliners.
VoH is a project of Collective Communication, Inc. (CCI), a California non-profit. Roger Eaton, Founder and now Treasurer of CCI is current project coordinator. As of January 2017, Bronwyn Galloway is President of CCI and with her lead we are looking to bring in more women from around the world to the CCI Board. The VoH online community is implemented via InterMix open source software at github under the GPL v3.0 license.
How it Works
The idea is simple. Participants write messages - on topics of their own choosing - and then vote on them. At each new moon, the overall winning message is taken as the Voice of Humanity-as-One. The highest rated message written by a woman as rated by women is the Voice of Women, and likewise for men, youth, middle-aged and seniors. These “winners” are easily accessed by clicking the “Voices of Humanity” button in the online forum. In other words, instead of voting to elect people, we vote to elect messages.
Step by Step
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For questions or comments contact project coordinator, Roger Eaton.