Our Mission

Breaking the Limitations of social planning

Social planning is a form of government policy that aims to solve problems in a community and improve conditions for its citizens.

This policy may take the form of laws, regulations, incentives, programs, and information.

For example, a community may use smoking regulations to reduce the number of people who smoke.

The concept of social planning is as old as the ancient Greeks.

Plato and the greatest minds of the day painted ideal societies that were governed by social planning.

Since then, men have been challenged to think about the limits of social planning.

Some of the greatest minds of the past century have considered it an impossible task.

Philosophers such as Comte and Spencer both believed that society grows according to fixed laws, while others argued that man had control over his destiny.

Others, including L.F. Ward, have also proposed social telesis, which means the self-directio