The Currency of Power in the 21st Century

At a time when whole communities have rarely felt less secure and when the economies of democratic capitalism have been shaken to their very core the leaders in our society, be they from politics, business or any of the other vested interests in our communities, must ensure that people (and especially the young) stay on the page of training and skills.

Just as wealth creation a hundred years ago clustered around the physical infrastructure of ports, canals and the railway so enterprise will only flourish in the 21st century where people can see and enjoy the benefits at all levels of society in the development, transfer and exploitation of knowledge and skills.

This will be the only enduring, empowering agent in a globalised economy providing power and influence that reaches across racial, religious and socio-economic divides.