is the Founder/Chairman of GlobalNet21
Century Network), which he started in April 2007. His background is that of a BBC Producer, freelance producer and community activist. He began 21st
Century Network because he felt that people were not having access to the democratic forums to discuss the ideas that will lead us through this present century. Political parties were not discussing politics and churches were not discussing religion so there was need for public space to do this and to generate ideas.
Is the Co Founder/Director of GlobalNet21
(21st Century Network), she has a 20 year background in social, community and psychiatric care and has extensive experience/knowledge of working with people with learning disabilities, the elderly and those that present challenging behaviour. She has worked with vulnerable communities and has long been an active advocate for their rights. She understands the legal system that underpins care and has great knowledge about “infringement of rights” She has also been an active trade unionist. Christina has been instrumental in developing the social action groups that have emerged out of the issues discussed at 21st Century Network events. Christina has also been an active influence in developing the structure/ events and projects of 21st Century Network. She has a great interest in psychology generally and industrial psychology in particular and the patterns of collective behaviour that can cause destructive environments.