The Good Country

What’s gone wrong
with the world?

Things seem to be getting worse all the time: climate change, terrorism, pandemics, migration, economic chaos… the list goes on. All these problems have grown too big and too complex for any individual nation to solve. But instead of collaborating, nations spend all their energy and resources competing against each other. This has to change if we want to make the world work. This is why the Good Country exists.

Introducing Good Country

Introducing Good Country Play

At a Glance

What’s the Good Country?

Most of the world’s problems are really just symptoms of a bigger, underlying problem: that we haven’t yet worked out how to organise ourselves as a single species inhabiting a single planet. This can change.

The Dual Mandate

The aim of the Good Country is simple but ambitious: to change the culture of governance worldwide.

Dapple

What’s the meaning of the word ‘dapple’, and what’s it got to do with being a Good Country?

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RT @DianaKlatt: Korea may have lost to Mexico this weekend but that doesn’t mean I don’t like Mexico! Check out @TheGlobal_Vote! Mexico’s…
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RT @ravi_sola: Exciting news from @SimonAnholt and Madeline Hung about the #GoodCountry, a "virtual country that collaborates...with other…
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RT @Artzu: What’s gone wrong with the world? Things seem to be getting worse: climate change, terrorism, migration, economic chaos. All th…
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RT @shelleypascual: What's the best way to solve the world's problems? Policy advisor @SimonAnholt has set up his own country (where citize…
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RT @Bikoportgal: @SimonAnholt As an immigrant escape from China,cried for your ted talk last words,desperately wanted to live in a good cou…
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RT @amlfede: @SimonAnholt Hi Simon! It would be great initiative if this exercise could be done for Mexican elections
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Who’s going to be the next Prime Minister of Hungary? You can vote! Go to https://t.co/pgRhrjAxIV and have your say on the future of Europe.
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RT @SimonAnholt: Can anyone think of a domestic policy that has also created a direct benefit to people in other countries? Any government,…
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