You shout…We Amplify Corruption Awareness!

 Do You Know of Any Corruption Within Your Country or Community?

Today the world in general is still recovering from the recent man made Financial Catastrophe. Corruptions in Funded projects involving taxpayers money all over the Globe leads to a less economic growth in developing and third world countries.  If you know of any local, regional or national project spiced with corruption ingredients -let us know by joining us and opening a discussion for the same. Our members will be happy to amplify the shout for the world to know and encourage a local or regional awareness of the same by engaging your local leaders.

Corruption has plagued everyone directly and indirectly worldwide for over many years. Unless we begin working towards facing this vice head on, nothing is going to change and it will be business as usual for the greedy few. The world needs a leadership program, and it needs leaders who are against corruption to help build a stronger community. The participation of these leaders will allow the economy of individual countries to begin to recover because in some countries this is a very big economic waste. This is why at WebGovernments, We shall help you shout about corruption vice and loud it will be…Amplified for People to Know!  http://webgovernments.com/about_us.php

Newsletter: The Steps to Developing Leadership in World Economic Agenda

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Newsletter: The Steps to Developing Leadership in World Economic Agenda

There is little doubt that the World Economic Agenda must be a focus on developing leadership. Leaders excite people, motivate people, and solve problems that individuals cannot solve on their own. Leaders help to make those hard decisions that are impossible to make from a personal level. However, there is ongoing difficulties in many countries and the need, and ability, to develop leadership has never been stronger. The need for leaders is something WebGovernments works to educate the masses on in the hopes of seeing stronger and communities that are more effective develop.

Recognise the Need

The very first step in improving leadership to enhance the world economic agenda is to recognise the lack of good leadership present. Any community or government that believes it cannot improve leadership qualities is one that is sorely mistaken and likely one that needs…

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You Could be the voice we need!

The internet and Social Media has changed everything. It’s changed the way we interact with each other, and it’s even beginning to change the world’s Development agenda and  political landscape. It is much easier to get your voice heard in today’s online world. You can start a project, movement, your idea can become viral overnight, and you can reach hundreds of millions of people in just the touch of a few buttons.

Imagine there was a place where Leaders, Aspiring Leaders and Advocacy Groups, Development conscious groups  could all voice their opinion in an effective and democratic manner, with everything on an even playing field. Well now there is: webgovernments.com. We have no political agenda; instead our aim is to make the world a better place, starting at a grassroots level. Our members are encouraged to highlight corruption activities wherever they happen all over the Globe with the objective of focussing on corrupt projects overfunded at the expense of tax payers wherever it may be. Examples are rampant in the infrastructure funding whether local of International. Our Global members will  bring to focus such vice with the objective of rallying the Global communities to come together and restore international infrastructure funding conditions to protect tax payers in the developing and third world countries. Millions are lost in dubious  development deals at the expense of the citizenry.

If there is enough peaceful democratic pressure for change in development agendas, it will come. Everything starts at grassroots level. Anyone with a message worth sharing deserves to be listened to, and this site means that people at all levels can voice their opinion.

It doesn’t matter what country you are from, you are welcome on this site, and welcome to share your ideas and opinions with everyone that wants to listen.

Why have we created webGovernments.com?

So that people can:

  • Join an online community
  • Discuss topical issues
  • Share great ideas
  • Volunteer Services
  • Work together to improve our world 

Who is Webgovernments.com for?

Web Governments is for everyone, we want people to get involved in their local issues, to come together to solve problems and initiate meaningful development change.

We want current leaders to provide pragmatic hope with a purpose and meaning, aspiring leaders to join our community and share their ideas and vision of the future.

We also want to give Advocacy groups a platform on which they can be heard and speak about the causes that they are most passionate about.

It’s not evolution we need, it’s a development agenda revolution, done in a peaceful way starting at grassroots level wherever you are. We can change the way development and politics play out in the world, one step at a time and one voice at a time.

Why should you join?

  • · To become part of a bigger development movement
  • · To join your local and wider community and speak out
  • · To interact with other people all over the world
  • · So that we can help to make the world a better place
  • · To voice your opinion in a free and open arena for discussion
  • · To show leadership

 

You can sign up for a free account on the right-hand side of the our home page at; http://www.webgovernments.com

 

Health – The Importance of Quality Healthcare Is Ever Evident

Health – The Importance of Quality Healthcare Is Ever Evident

According to some reports, the NHS England is carefully reviewing general practitioner practices. The goal here is to determine what performances these GPs are taking and to remove any unwarranted variations that may exist. Improving healthcare is something all world leaders need to focus on, especially in third world countries and those less able to provide for themselves in terms of advancing healthcare needs. It goes without saying that healthcare must be at the forefront of any improvements in world governments and in communities.

NHS England’s Probes

Those professionals with a practice in the UK are being asked to log onto the website for NHS England and to complete a set of detailed questions. These questions surround topics such as suitability, premises, equipment, surgery’s practice staff, and access to practice services. Additional information about practices and procedures, as well as the governance behind them are also being carefully looked at and screened for additional information.

Previously, practices must provide annual reports that were collected by PCTs. These reports, and now a website that is being used, will help to spot any outliers. The goal is to hold in account these individuals in a fair way. Why does all of this regulation have to happen in such a modern and upgraded government in terms of healthcare?

The Importance of Improving Healthcare

Though the reasoning behind the changes at NHS England may not be the same, and many people do not agree about these changes, there is no doubt that world leaders as well as community leaders need to take a close look at healthcare as a whole. It is one of the most important factors to consider when it comes to managing the well being of citizens of the community. Yet, many companies and even governments do not put enough effort into developing practices and methods of properly managing healthcare improvement, availability, and overall effectiveness.

As world leaders, it is critically important for there to be an underlying focus on improving healthcare at all levels. This includes in first and second world countries as well as those areas that are still developing and undergoing significant change. Without healthcare that is adequate and comprehensive, no one benefits at all. This could be an underlying reason why so many countries continue to struggle with just basic needs. A lack of effective leadership in these areas could be the underlying problem.

For more details: http://webgovernments.com/en/issueslist/details/Njc4#.UgEQHNJHJe4

Security – US Closes Embassies Due to Threat: Why Is It Happening?

Security – US Closes Embassies Due to Threat: Why Is It Happening?

Reports came in for countries around the world. The US was to shutter the doors of most of its embassies. The risk is al Qaeda, who the country stated was planning to carry out some type of attack on these embassies. The embassies most impacted were those of the Middle East, North Africa, and even further. As of Sunday, the 4th of August, these embassies would close their doors in hopes of thwarting such an attack.

Britain’s Foreign Office issued a stern warning itself. It told residents that travelling to Yemen was not recommended. It warned that British citizens in Yemen should leave the country as quickly as possible, providing more anxiety and tension this week over the risks brewing in the region. An official with senior Yemeni national security informed that the government was already on a high alert against a potential risk of attack. It did not state specifically who the target was or who was behind it, but the two actions by the US and UK seemed to imply that the al Qaeda risks were at the forefront.

Improving Security

With this new potential threat and the limited information available to those individuals looking for it, it is clear that these threats seem to be ever important to national governments. Could such closing of an embassy be enough to thwart such an attack or to minimise the risk of it? That remains doubtful, but it may help to reduce some of the results of such an attack on citizens.

It must be a focused attention of these governments, not just the UK and the US, but every other country in these hotbed regions to monitor for real security risks and to take action against them. There is little doubt that such events could put not just local citizens, including children and innocent bystanders, at risk, but also put at risk people from around the world.

Security must be at the forefront when it comes to developing a strong economy and good leadership in any country. Security threats like these must remain a vigilant effort, even after groups such as al Qaeda seem to be less present or less of a risk factor. The closing of embassies may be one step, but it is far from enough to develop a safe level of day to day life in these areas. Read more: http://webgovernments.com/en/issueslist/details/Njc3#.UgESpNJHJe4

Science – With Fewer Resources, Violence and Society Breakdown Could Occur

Science – With Fewer Resources, Violence and Society Breakdown Could Occur

Reports continue to discuss the risk that too many natural resources are being used and that, ultimately, there are fewer resources available. This pushes consumers and businesses alike to higher levels of stress. It increases the risk of more disasters and, as a result, the potential for violence. World leaders must embrace the need for regulation as well as the need to recognize the true level of natural resource depletion as it currently exists so that solutions can be found.

Weather Pattern Changes

In some reports, there is enough information to suggest that personal disputes and civil conflicts are growing. And, there is a link between these increases and the changing weather patterns occurring around the world. In other words, weather changes due to climate change could continue to spur more problems and stresses on the world as a whole. This could lead to significant problems for all people in virtually all areas.

How Can This Be?

A study was conducted that provided information that shows more than 60 individual accounts in which personal conflicts and wider conflicts increase when there is a significant change to weather patterns in a given area. This may include droughts, temperature increases, or heavier, more damaging storm activity. This does not have to be a significant, ice-age proportion event either. Evidence indicates that even moderate shifts from the normal range of temperature could spur problems for people. An increase of 2C in the global temperature, for example, could cause a 50 per cent increase in the amount of major (not small) violent conflicts occurring in the world. This could even include the number of civil wars taking place.

What Does the Future Hold?

Keeping in mind that this risk is present it is also important for world leaders to react now and take steps to curb the use and overuse of natural resources. By finding ways to reduce the risk of climate change, it may be possible to ward off some of these increases in violence. While this may not seem like an important reason to make such changes, it is an area of climate control and science that most people do not realize. As a result, more people than ever are at risk for significant shifts in violence should the increase in global temperatures or the availability of water continue to worsen around the world. World leaders need to respond and take steps to reduce these risks overall.

Read more: http://webgovernments.com/en/blogslist/details/MjQw#.UgETQtJHJe4

Newsletter: The Steps to Developing Leadership in World Economic Agenda

Newsletter: The Steps to Developing Leadership in World Economic Agenda

There is little doubt that the World Economic Agenda must be a focus on developing leadership. Leaders excite people, motivate people, and solve problems that individuals cannot solve on their own. Leaders help to make those hard decisions that are impossible to make from a personal level. However, there is ongoing difficulties in many countries and the need, and ability, to develop leadership has never been stronger. The need for leaders is something WebGovernments works to educate the masses on in the hopes of seeing stronger and communities that are more effective develop.

Recognise the Need

The very first step in improving leadership to enhance the world economic agenda is to recognise the lack of good leadership present. Any community or government that believes it cannot improve leadership qualities is one that is sorely mistaken and likely one that needs more help than others. There is always the need for improvement, and always the goal for growing strong leaders.

Focus on The Core Needs

Whether these areas be immigration, education, health, or even technology, leaders must be able to prioritise those needs and put in place steps to achieve the underlying goals present. For example, if a community is lacking in numerous areas, but there is need for proper improvement to water supply or to food availability, leaders must focus first on these areas and ultimately solve the underlying problem to help achieve the basic needs of the community. However, in areas where basics are met, leaders must be able to prioritise between things that may not seem as vitally important and make the right decisions regarding governing these individuals.

Empower People

One of the other aspects of leadership is developing a sense of loyalty as well as respect. This is not done through violence and most certainly cannot be done when citizens are unwilling or unable to follow their leaders. Rather, quality leaders must find ways to inspire, motivate, and even empower citizens to achieve the goals that are ultimately necessary for the success of the community or country.

Developing effective leaders is not something any organization, community, or country can put off. From businesses to running the most powerful countries in the world, building effective leaders is perhaps the most important step any group can take to achieve their successes and, ultimately, to improve their lifestyle. It is something that must be focused on as an ongoing project.

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