There is a real need to design a framework for 'positive gangs'. Youngsters joining such gangs would get the same significance and achievement satisfaction of the usual negative gangs (crime etc). The effect on society would, however, be positive rather than negative.
I would therefore welcome a list of practical suggestions as to what such positive gangs could do. How could members of the gang get a real sense of achievement while their actions benefitted society?
Edward de Bono
15th February 2009
Tuesday, March 03, 2009
As part of the European Year of Creativity and Innovation 2009, there is currently an exposition in Brussels entitled Creativity and Innovation: Best practices from European Union programs. The conference showcases dozens of the EU's most successful endeavors in areas such as:
- Education and training
- Culture and arts