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 The Web was created by scientists to help them work better together and overcome misunderstandings.  It has devolved into a global shopping mall and billboard for propaganda, hate, misinformation and lies.  It is time to take back the truth.

“What we now want is closer contact and better understanding between individuals and communities all over the earth, and the elimination of egoism and pride which is always prone to plunge the world into primeval barbarism and strife… Peace can only come as a natural consequence of universal enlightenment…”–Nikola Tesla

Imagine the c0-creation of a people powered information source, a cooperative, community-led approach to communications and media for both personal and planetary health, a network inspired by nature (Web of Life), powered by passionate people (Action!) and empowered by imagination (Creating the Future.)  We can utilize this system to overcome misunderstandings, discover one another without the influence of the corporate world (or by social networks claiming us as products!)  We can create new systems that serve us all.  We are not waiting for the future. We’re building it together.

Mobilized is a new kind of media info-structure for a new kind of world.  Mobilized  empowers evidence-based and imagination empowered features stories that engage people towards a sustainable and regenerative world that works for both personal and planetary.

We create and aggregate programming that honors and respect our ethical principles and show guidelines to provide fresh perspectives as well as ideas-into actions in an uncompromising way to people everywhere.

We need a communications Network info-structure that is dedicated to uniting us towards a truly sustainable and regenerative world that works for both personal and planetary health and well-being.

Mobilized is that Network

To do this, we unite experts from the Arts and Sciences, Media Makers and Earth Shakers into an ecosystem of opportunity to tell the stories that enable a holistic and inclusive concept of human activity and our relationship to the physical and biological environment.

We are here to reveal a comprehensive and inclusive perspective of our co-Existence on our planet and human society as a self-organizing and self-regulating open, living, organic system. To enable these ideas to be realized, we promote holistic, synthetic and integrated thinking and actions that are required for sustainable health and well-being, regeneration, peace and harmony for the 21st Century–and Beyond.  (Modified from a report by UNESCO and the World University Consortium for Sustainable Development).


WINGS an all-woman independent radio production company that produces and distributes news and current affairs programs by and about women around the world. WINGS programs are used by non-commercial radio stations, women’s studies, and individuals. Programs can be heard on local radio stations, on shortwave, on the internet, and on cassettes. The WINGS Mailing List provides updates on stories and new information about women’s media.


In a world where news stories are dominated (and controlled) by men, Mary Glenney and Arlene Engelhardt tell the stories from a woman’s point of view, to help overcome misunderstandings, and create bridges instead of walls.




“Where left and right come front and center to face the music and dance together, to turn the funk into function and leave the junk at the junction.” WIKI POLITIKI is a podcast, a platform, a context and a community where sane and functional ideas can “come out and play”, and where we can use our intelligence more intelligently in this “shrinking world that could definitely use a good shrink.”  We’re not afraid to look darkness in the heart at Wiki Politiki.  And … we do so with love, humor, compassion, and equanimity.  And we invite you to become part of our community where we identify, nurture and proliferate the practical visionary ideas that will bring what our colleague Charles Eisenstein calls “the more beautiful world our hearts know is possible.



Often humorous and always insightful “Uncapped” is steeped in reason. Peering through the looking glass of history, it blends opinion with facts, making sense of the confusing controversies embroiled in current events. It’s a refreshing commentary that can inspire and empower you. Bubbling over with “Political Fizz,” it sparkles. Uncapped refreshes us, reminding that we CAN go on. We hope you will agree and find it as uplifting as it is thought provoking.



Here, you will find context and common sense information.  Mr. Franco tries to unpack current news, and tie these events to the changes that are remaking society for the better.  If you are needing guides on ‘What To Do’ or ‘How We Got In This Mess In The First Place’, then; please browse these reviews, essays, and artistic selections for a good starting point on your path to success.





The EcoCiv podcast is a place where we engage leading thinkers in conversations about the kinds of transformations required to create a more sustainable, peaceful, and just world. EcoCiv is produced by The Institute for Ecological Civilization promotes civilizational change for the long-term wellbeing of people and the planet.​







Hosted by Stuart Scott (the man who brought the then 15 year old Greta Thunberg to the World Stage at the U.N. Climate event, COP 24,







  The Transnational Institute (TNI) is an international research and advocacy institute committed to building a just, democratic and sustainable world. For more than 40 years, TNI has served as a unique nexus between social movements, engaged scholars and policy makers.   Let us introduce you to some of the fascinating people we work with to help you make sense of the world’s most complex challenges. In this podcast we share our research, explore alternatives to the status quo and give a platform to scholars and activists who are at the forefront of the fight against the current neoliberal order. We believe there are alternatives to this world and hope you do too.



Produced by The Tax Justice Network, TJN and their programming reflect the belief that a fair world, where everyone has the opportunities to lead a good life, can only be built on a fair code of tax.Did you know that billions of dollars are stored in tax shelters




Hosted by the Metta Center’s Stephanie Van Hook and Michael Nagler, Nonviolence Radio is a 60-minute program featuring news about nonviolence culture and movements around the world. The show also includes inspiring discussions with nonviolence practitioners and movement-builders




 Regenerative Rising is devoted to elevating and forwarding regenerative principles to heal the relationship between people and the earth.

Regenerative Rising is committed to support the momentum of business to collaborate across sectors in order to address pressing challenges facing humanity. By convening influencers, innovators and producers from agriculture, fashion, beauty, investment and the civic and NGO community, we set up the conditions for transformational exchange of ideas and practices. Through thought provoking content and interactive design, our efforts elevate opportunities for collaboration and transparency in service to accelerating the adoption of principles that can lead to more informed and holistic problem solving to address planetary regeneration through stakeholder-centric business action.


Hosted by Quantum medical professional, Dr. Stacy Musselman, PhD,



War and Peace is a podcast series by the International Crisis Group, an independent, non-profit, non-governmental organisation committed to preventing and resolving deadly conflict across the world. Olga Oliker and Hugh Pope interview experts on the role of the Old Continent at a geopolitical level. Their guests shed new light on everything that helps or hinders the prospects of peace.



Explique-moi l’Europe is a podcast series that deals with the functioning of European institutions and the main challenges the EU is confronted with. What are EU institutions accountable for? What consequences does the trade war between the United States and China bear for Europe? Each episode is about 7 minutes long. Explique-moi l’Europe provides everything you need to understand Europe.



“Oltre l’Europa,” tells the story of the six political, social and unresolved “cultural knots” of the European continent: from the Catalan question to the division between the two Germany, despite reunification. Each episode contains historical analysis and analysis of the conflict through the most interesting figures. A podcast by Bulle Media and Linkiesta, with the program Star4media.



Green Wave Podcast showcases some of the best articles from the Green European Journal – Europe’s leading political ecology magazine offering green & progressive ideas and analysis. For the text version of the articles and printed editions, go to, or follow GEJ on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @GreenEUJournal)




The Sound of Economics brings you insights, debates, and research-based discussions on economic policy in Europe and beyond. The podcast is produced by Bruegel, an independent and non-doctrinal think tank based in Brussels. It seeks to contribute to European and global economic policy-making through open, fact-based and policy-relevant research, analysis and debate.




This podcast series is produced as part of The European Pavilion: an initiative launched by the European Cultural Foundation in 2020 in order to encourage imaginaries beyond the national, and address the way people, institutions, and media feel about Europe. With the series, we wish to open up urgent questions that hover in any conversation about the future of Europe.



Burst the Bubble (BtB) is a podcast on European affairs produced by the students and the Alumni of the College of Europe, specialised in Politics, Economics, Law, and International Relations. Cracking the EU jargon, analysing the main political trends in the 27 member states, debating the hottest negotiations in Brussels: BtB aims at bridging the gap between citizens and EU institutions, by providing selected focuses and interviews with experts.



Countries like Armenia, Hungary or North Macedonia are a peripheral part of Europe in both a geographical and political sense. Their relationship with the EU is sometimes complicated. How do we analyze their proximity with the European construction? Let’s get to hear people from the peripheries of Europe tell us about their daily life and feeling about Europe.



The Grassroots view, the new podcast series launched by the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), the consultative assembly of European economic and social partners explores the hot topics everyone seems to be debating these days in Europe. It does so giving the floor to civil society organisations, expert journalists, scholars and the members of the EESC.




Talking Development is a podcast by CONCORD, the European Confederation for relief and development NGOs, dealing with topical issues linked to international cooperation. This series focuses particularly on the role the European Union can play in achieving a world where people live free of poverty and exploitation.




Europa Reloaded is a podcast series produced by Bulle Media in partnership with, Café and with the support of the European Cultural Foundation. The podcast series aims at re-loading the debate on EU-integration, starting off from the voices of social movements across the Old Continent. Every episode features a reportage and interviews with experts




The podcast series is a collection of interviews conducted at the Committee of the Regions, the EU’s assembly of regional and local authorities. CoR members and young local politicians (YEPs), coming from all European Member States and different political families, express their views on current political issues, like climate change, migration, and many more.




Talk Eastern Europe is a podcast affiliated with the New Eastern Europe journal. Adam Reichardt and Maciek Makulski bring information about politics, societies, culture, and history of Central and Eastern Europe. In each episode they feature a discussion with guest speakers about ongoing issues in the countries of the region, trying also to place them in the broader global context.




How can democratic institutions and a democratic consensus help Europe to answer the new global challenges? Learn more about European and International Affairs by following the new Podcast of the Institute of European Democrats, a think tank and political foundation funded by the European Parliament




Skin is the Game is a podcast series about the life experience, problems, and dreams of patients and carers affected by atopic eczema. Still relatively unknown, atopic eczema is a chronic skin disease that affects 1 in 5 children in Europe. This podcast series is developed by EFA, the voice of over 200 million people with allergies and airways diseases in Europe.




 The “Peace Process Babies” are a generation of Northern Irish people stuck between the hangover of the “Troubles” (from the 1960s to the 1990s) and the imminent spectre of the Brexit. Morgane Lincy Fercot and Hélène Seynaeve went to Northern Ireland two weeks prior to the United Kingdom leaving the European Union


A weekly series from the ECFR: European Council of Foreign Relations  World in 30 minutes podcast series is organized by director Mark Leonard and features high-level speakers from across the EU and beyond to debate and discuss Europe’s role in the world. Voted “Best EU Policy Podcast” by PolicyLab in 2019, the series has some 250 episodes since 2015 and has attracted thousands of subscribers, with an average of 3,000 weekly listeners.


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