individual’s empowerment

In everyday life, the individual faces barriers that may impede them from accomplishing their vital objectives (self-fulfilment).

These barriers may identify with the difficulty to select one’s own best manner to perform a professional activity or to treat a sickness, or the ability to start businesses, having a home, etc.

The more rigid the central regulator or public opinion is, the more difficult it is for an individual to improve his own status by performing the necessary actions or by looking in himself for the needed solutions.

Rigidity in a centralised society is hard to eradicate. Generally, the possibilities for leaving more leeway to individuals are not considered because of certainties hard to remove or because of fear.

Below are examples showing why individual’s empowerment and responsibility are necessary. Click on the pictures.


Published version – Economic Affairs