Announcing the 8th Annual Global 'Zeitgeist Day' 2016 Symposium Main Event:
Athens, Greece Saturday, March 26, 2016
Danaos Theater Λ. Κηφισίας 109 (ΜΕΤΡΟ Πανόρµου), Athens, Greece
ATHENS, GREECE – Recognized as the largest grassroots social movement in the world with chapters in over 60 Countries, The Zeitgeist Movement announces its 8th annual 'Zeitgeist Day' ("ZDay") global awareness campaign. The main event will be held in Athens, Greece at the Danaos Theater, March 26th, 2016 – in tandem with numerous parallel events occurring around the globe. Prior main events have been well documented by news agencies, including the New York Times and Huffington Post, with speakers and attendees coming from all around the world to discuss the state of society and how to improve it.
The day long 2016 symposium will address the most pressing social issues of our time with key lectures from TZM founder Peter Joseph, journalist Abby Martin, Georgios Papanikolaou of the P2P Foundation, Perry Gruber of Copiosis and more.
Focusing on transitioning society to into a condition of post-scarcity, emphasizing social and environmental justice, the topics of discussion will include the role of technology, the latest understandings in public health science, critical factors of future sustainability, transition steps such as universal basic income, and the structural incapacity of market capitalism to address these pressing concerns, holding progress back. The purpose of The Zeitgeist Movement is to assist global transition into a new social model based upon the pursuit of social equality, sustainability and abundance.