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Attorney Owolabi M. Salis Explains Diversity-Based Democracy Building

With over three decades of expertise in law, accounting, finance, and consulting, attorney Owolabi M. Salis is an authority on myriad topics. Among them is equitocracy, or diversity-based democracy building. It’s an area of particular interest for the New York attorney. It’s also a subject he has researched extensively, establishing himself as a go-to source of equitocracy knowledge.

Salis manages the Brooklyn-based global law firm Salis Law. A New York State Bar Association member, he frequently travels internationally as a political consultant. A graduate of the University of Lagos, he is highly regarded for his work surrounding equitocracy, including educating others on the subject.

Understanding equitocracy begins with a closer look at the diversity-based democracy-building process. It’s a process centered on building fundamentally fair systems of governance established by creating equitable, interacting zones in a world increasingly characterized by diversity.

Diversity-Based Democracy Building

Experts tout equitocracy or diversity-based democracy building as a foremost solution to a vast collection of serious existing global issues. The process focuses on establishing democracy by creating equitable, interacting diversity zones. The goal is to mitigate potential conflict while promoting positive conduct within communities worldwide.

Salis and his peers believe that the process could redefine democracy at a governmental level in countless countries globally. Particularly within more diverse populations, successful democracy building in this manner is about effective equity formation. This effective equity formation is the result of objective evaluation in several areas.

One example is the direct diversity-focused evaluation of political candidates’ abilities exclusively by electorates. It’s an important consideration in today’s world, characterized by ever-greater and more apparent division regionally, nationally, and internationally.

Equitocracy Research

Owolabi Salis has extensively researched equitocracy and the overarching diversity-based democracy-building process. His research has explored, in great depth, opinions and beliefs surrounding so-called general equity laws. Close examination has revealed numerous massively significant findings, many of which have come directly to light for the first-ever time.

Among the Brooklyn-based attorney’s findings is clear evidence that equitocracy is a fundamentally fair system of governance. As a system, Salis’s research demonstrates equitocracy to be intrinsically balanced at its core.

With equitocracy representing a system of governance involving the determination of a community or communities, the benefits are plentiful across the board, too, he reports. Just one of the many benefits of such democracies is an inherent, underlying objectivity that’s intended from the outset to reduce or eliminate discrimination.

Proprietary Equitocracy Model Design

Salis has painstakingly tailored a self-designed proprietary equitocracy model for worldwide use. The equitocracy expert’s design begins with steps taken to support improved cooperation and ultimately culminates by creating a sense of belonging for all involved.

Furthermore, according to the expert, the model is easily modified to meet specific needs. One example involves practicing two unique systems of determination. Similarly, extending the same model is also possible by, for example, broadening legislatures.

Ultimately, Attorney Owolabi Salis believes in a government for the world. A comprehensive outline of the design of the expert’s proprietary equitocracy model is available to governments and qualifying educational institutions worldwide directly from Salis Law.