Kathmandu, Nepal – Feb 03, 2021 – Kindness is never enough. Kindness has the power to heal everything. In the last few decades, we have seen much destruction, and we need more people who are determined to bring positive change to the world. People who can influence and inspire the upcoming generation and turn their footsteps towards humanity.
Marking the impact and efforts of some great people, the Bi-Decadal Impact Gazette© of the 21st Century has named the ten most Impactful Persons of the Decade.
After a fair and unbiased selection process, the finalists were selected from 1.6 million contenders from all over the world irrespective of their geography, race, colour or nationality.
Nepal, to its credit, stands tall among other countries since the country is listed twice as being in ‘Top of the Top-10’, because of Pushpa Basnet, the eminent humanitarian and Maggie Doyne, the Founder of the BlinkNow Foundation.
The top triarchy of the 10 decisive ‘Personages of Decade’ announced officially by the 1st Bi-Decadal Impact Gazette© of the 21st Century has been marked and segmented by Stephen Soldz, Bilquis Edhi and Yanghee Lee.
Stephen Soldz, Yanghee Lee, and Bilquis Edhi are awarded the ‘Decade’s Top Triarchy’ title for their remarkable contributions and unparalleled impacts on the course of the first two decades of the new century, and the new millennium as well.
The other Top 10 achievers in the list who have not topped the list, but their work has definitely left an impact on the world.
The domino effect architects of the ‘Top-10’ of ‘Impact Hierarchy’ of the decade are:
Ban Ki Moon—Former UN Sec. Gen (South Korea)
Dr. Fritjof Capra—Erudite, Theorist, Polymath, Scientist, Thinker (US)
Dr. Muang Zarni—Human Rights Activist (Myanmar)
Graca Machel—An Advocate of Women & Children Rights (Mozambique)
Greta Thunberg—The Youngest Climate Activist (Sweden)
Jacinda Ardern—40th Prime Minister of New Zealand (New Zealand)
Kofi Annan—Former UN Sec. Gen (Ghana)
Maggie Doyne—Founder of The BlinkNow Foundation (Nepal)
Prof. Aurangzeb Hafi—Erudite, Polymath,Phenomenologist, Discoverer (Pakistan)
Pushpa Basnet—Social Worker (Nepal)
Tarana Burke—MeToo Hashtag (USA)
Ref. The Domino Effect Top-10, www.aopda.org
Stephen Soldz, is an avant-garde ‘anti-inhumane torture activist’ a supercharged ethico-moralist, psychoanalyst, professor, and clinical psychologist. He is also the director of the Social Justice and Human Rights program at the Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis
Bilquis Edhi is a Pakistani philanthropist and a nurse. She is fondly known as ‘the mother of Pakistan’. Her charity runs many services for the welfare of people in Pakistan. She has been awarded Ramon Magsaysay Award for Public Service and Mother Teresa Memorial International Award for Social Justice.
Prof. Yanghee Lee is an unsurpassed human rights rapporteur of the UN. She is a South Korean developmental psychologist and popular for her role in raising voice for Rohingyas in Burma, and other contributions to international human rights isssues.
The runners-up from the 20 finalists are mentioned here in the list.
Ban Ki Moon—Former UN Sec. Gen (South Korea)
Dr. Francois Englert—Scientist, Discoverer (Belgium)
Dr. Neil Turok—Physicist, Theorist (South Africa)
Dr. Peter Higgs—Scientist, Discoverer (United Kingdom)
Engin Altan Duzyatan—Television Actor, World Celebrity (Turkey)
Jon Kobat-Zinn—Mindfulness & Neuro-Sciences Theory (USA)
Nitesh Jangir—Student, Inventor (India)
Rayvon Stewart—Student, Inventor (Jamaica)
Steve Brachman—Journalist (US)
Takaaki Kajita & Arthur B. McDonald—Neutrino Oscillation (Japan & Canada)
In the category of literary works the top triarchy comprises:
A Hard Look into the Genesis of Myanmar’s Genocide
Behr-e-Sarab Dar Chashm-e-Aab
Impact of War on Children
IRT Model for Child Disability Prevention against Embryonic Iatrogenesis
A perspective based audience poll on the global level was conducted for the selection of these finalists. They were selected on the impact they created on the world.
The voting was done by www.impacthallmarks.org in different sections and categories, which were based upon 20 themes and their corresponding impact values that were categorized by the “Bi-Decadal Impacts Gazette©” and the ‘Impact Hallmarks© [IH]’ that are chronicling the categorical enlistees of 1st of the 21st Century Gazette in London, UK.
The shortlisting process emphasizes certain personalities, objects, contributions, happenings, resolutions, movements, and events. Finalists got the chance to describe their own stories and achievements.