John Bunzl

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"John Bunzl is a businessman with a simple and powerful new vision for global governance. In 2000 he founded the International Simultaneous Policy Organisation (ISPO) and launched the Simultaneous Policy (Simpol) campaign; a campaign that allows citizens to use their votes in an entirely new way to drive their governments to act together to solve global problems.

"Ever since the campaign started John Bunzl has worked tirelessly to reach out to citizens, activists, non-governmental organisations, politicians and business people to raise both their awareness and understanding of what global simultaneous policies could mean for humanity, prosperity and peace.

"John Bunzl is a passionate speaker on global consciousness and on simultaneous international action, and their relevance to a wide range of topics: from tax justice, the regulation of the financial markets, sustainability standards, fair trade, military spending, to global warming and more.

"He has spoken at events facilitated by organisations such as the World Social Forum, The Schumacher Society, the World Trade Organisation, and at various universities including the London School of Economics. John is able to present in German, French and Italian. "[1]

In 2003 he co-authored Monetary Reform – Making it Happen! with the prominent monetary reformer James Robertson (NEF). In 2009 he authored a third book, People-centred Global Governance – Making it Happen! John has lectured widely, including to the Schumacher Society, the World Trade Organization, the Lucis Trust, and at various universities. [1]


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  1. John Bunzl Home, organizational web page, accessed April 23, 2013.