Prizes To Head Of States For Good Works They Do
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~ Idea 3503 ~
The International Foundation for the Handicapped gives each year a Franklin Delano Roosevelt Prize to the head of state who has done the most for the handicapped.
I propose that similar prizes be given to heads of states for the good they have done in essential fields such as peace, human rights, poverty, the environment, reforestation, the air, the waters, the seas and oceans, the salvation of species, etc. This could be a great avenue for world philanthropy and for a better world.
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