Original World Path & Roots

A shared dream for a global civilisation

 

 How did it started?

 

The original idea behind the World Path is born in 2011 in Thunder Bay (Ontario), while 3 high-school friends expressed the dream of “making a big journey through the world when they will be adults, discovering and sharing with people from all the continents.”

This dream took a new perspective when in 2015, thanks to his collaboration with 4 differents organizations, Rodrigue wanted to give a deeper and more universal meaning to this journey :

 

Create a global path passing through all the continent and most of the countries, opened to all travelers whiling to discover other cultures and realities on this blue planet while contributing on their way to build impactful local change. 

The 4 organizations that inspired the world path and its values (from left to right) :
EFIL (European Federation of intercultural learning, AFS Intercultural Programs, EEUdF (Eclaireurs Eclaireuses Unionistes de France) and Erasmus+ (European Voluntary Programs)

This project connected with Eudaimonpedia is also our main guideline to help to reach a Global Humanist & Multicultural Civilisation.

What looks like the World Path?

 

In 2015, the World Path was a 154 countries crossing global path, here is its first projection :

This doesn’t mean that it is the only strict path, because many sub-pathes & shortcuts are passing throught the others places. 

This main path is the spine of the “Eudaimon Net“, the goal is to see most of the realities of our world and find technical and spiritual solutions to the global issues we are facing is this century.

⚠️ Warning : The path, the subpathes and the shortcuts are not frozed in time and space, they can evolved with new changemakers joining but also local military conflicts.

Everyone sharing our values & ethics is invited to join the adventure, for the whole trip or part of it, before or after us, always celebrating life, Earth, cultures & exchange, to get to a world in which everyone can have access to the fundamentals & where countries are just regions of a peaceful, fair & sustainable world.

Interactive version of the World Path

Note : The sub-paths are not yet integrated, they will be integrated as soon as possible

I) Europe : France to Greece

1. France

2. Luxembourg

3. Belgium

4. Netherlands

5. Germany

6. Danemark

7. Sweden

8. Norway -> Sweden -> Germany

9. Poland

10. Bielorussia (?)

11. Latvia

12. Letonia

13. Estonia

14. Finlande

15. Russie

16. Ukraine -> Poland

17. Czech Republic -> Germany

18. Switzerland

19. Italy

20. Austria

21. Slovakia

22. Hungary

23. Rumania

24. Moldavia

25. Serbia

26. Croatia

27. Slovenia -> Croatia

28. Bosnia

29. Montenegro

30. Albania

31. Macedonia

32. Bulgaria

33. Greece

II) Asia : Turkey to Malaisia

34. Turkey

35. Georgia

36. Armenia

37. Azerbaidjan -> Russia

38. Kazakhstan

39. Kirgistan

40. Tadjistan

41. Afghanistan

42. Pakistan

43. India

44. Nepal -> Tibet (CH)

45. Bhoutan -> India

46. Bangladesh

47. Myanmar

48. China

49. Hong- Kong -> China

50. Vietnam

51. Laos

52. Thailand

53. Cambodge -> Thailand -> Myanmar

54. Malaisia

III) Oceania : Indonesia to Salomon Island

55.  Indonesia

56. Australia

57. New Zealand -> New Caledonia (FR)

58. Vanuatu

59. Fidji

60. Tonga

61. Samon

62. Tuval

63. Kiribati

64. Nauru

65. Salomon Islands 

IV) Asia : Papouasia - New Guinea to Siberia

66. Papouasia – New Guinea -> Indonesia

67. Philippines

68. Taiwan

69. Japan

70. South Corea

71. North Corea (?)

72. Mongolia -> Siberia (RU) -> Alaska (USA)

V) Americas : Canada to Antartica to Greenland

73. Canada

74. United States of America

75. Mexico

76. Guatemala

77. Belize -> Guatemala

78. Salvador

79. Honduras

80. Nicaragua

81. Panama

82. Colombia

83. Peru

84. Bolivia

85. Chile -> Pentagonia (CH/AG)

86. Arctic Peninsula -> Iles Falkland (UK)

87. Argentina

88. Uruguay

89. Brazil

90. Paraguay -> Brazil -> Guyane (FR)

91. Suriname

92. Guyana

93. Venezuela

94. Trinity & Tobago

95. Vincent les Grenadines

96. Dominique -> Guadeloupe (FR)

97. Antigua & Barbuda -> Puerto Rico (USA)

98. Dominican Republic

99. Haïti

100. Jamaïca

101.Cuba -> United States of America -> Canada -> Greenland (DK)

VI) Europe, Africa & Middle East : Iceland to South Africa to France

102. Iceland -> Feroe Islands (DK)

103.United Kingdom

104. Irlande -> United Kingdom -> France

105. Spain

106. Portugal -> Spain

107. Marroco

108. Algeria

109. Niger

110. Mali

111. Burkina Faso

112. Senegal

113. Guinea – Bisseau

114. Guinea

115. Ivory Coast

116. Ghana

117. Togo

118. Benin

119. Nigeria (?)

120. Cameroun

121. Gabon

122. Congo

123. Democratic Republic of Congo (?)

124. Angola (?)

125. Namibi

126. Botswana (?)

127. South Africa

128. Lesotho -> South Africa

129. Zimbabwe

130. Zambia (?)

131. Malawia (?)

132. Mozambic

133. Madagascar-> Mozambic

134. Tanzania

135. Burundi (?)

136. Rwanda (?)

137. Ouganda (?)

138. Kenya

139. Somalia (?)

140. Ethiopia

141. Erythrea (?)

142. Soudan

143. Egypt

144. Israel

145. Palestina -> Isreal

146. Jordanie

147. Saoudite Arabia (?)

148. Irak (?)

149. Syria (?)

150. Liban

151. Chypr -> Creete (GR)

152. Libya (?)

153. Tunisia -> Sardaigne (IT) -> Corse (FR) -> Baleares (ES) -> Spain

 154. Andorra -> France

7 majors goals of the original World Path

These 7 main goals are ambitious but not unachievable. They are having personal, collective and global perspectives, which are aiming to make the travel as meaningful and impactful as possible.

* What are the fundamentals?

Fundamentals are the pillars that enable people to meet their basic needs, allowing them to have equal development opportunities regardless of where they live & their origins while being part of a spirit of sustainability & balance. The fundamentals are:

Eudaimon World Path and Projects stands for sustainable quality, interpersonal & fair development as well as humanism & solidarity.

You would like to see the original project become true? You have some ideas, resources or skills you want to share to help us concretizing it?

 

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