Social Liberal Union RMB

WA Delegate: The Federal Union of Mons Garle (elected )

Founder: Ainland

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Most World Assembly Endorsements: 5th Most Influential: 16th Most Nations: 99th+25
Most Inclusive: 512th Nicest Citizens: 546th Most Compassionate Citizens: 594th Most Cultured: 618th Most Cheerful Citizens: 685th Largest Welfare Programs: 758th Most Rebellious Youth: 762nd Smartest Citizens: 770th Most Advanced Public Education: 984th Least Corrupt Governments: 999th Largest Publishing Industry: 1,035th Healthiest Citizens: 1,077th Most Beautiful Environments: 1,088th Longest Average Lifespans: 1,123rd Most Pacifist: 1,130th Most Extensive Public Healthcare: 1,198th Most Eco-Friendly Governments: 1,199th Most Popular Tourist Destinations: 1,250th Most Advanced Public Transport: 1,267th Highest Poor Incomes: 1,315th Best Weather: 1,335th Most Developed: 1,358th Highest Foreign Aid Spending: 1,636th Largest Governments: 1,639th Most Scientifically Advanced: 1,907th
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A region for democratic socialists and socially minded liberals.

Values
The SLU is a region dedicated to democracy, social welfare, equality and freedom of opinion; debate is encouraged.

Welcome! Please endorse the WA Delegate, Mons Garle, and enjoy a cookie. (::)

RECRUITERS: We are not a recruiter-friendly region and we are a UCR-UCR treaty signatory.



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Embassies: Democratic Socialist Assembly, The Versutian Federation, International Democratic Union, and Eurasian Socialist Union.

Tags: Democratic, Enormous, Offsite Forums, Map, Eco-friendly, Featured, Socialist, Liberal, Role Player, Founderless, and Regional Government.

Regional Power: Very High

Social Liberal Union contains 115 nations, the 99th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Highest Poor Incomes in Social Liberal Union

The World Census studied the spending power of the poorest 10% of citizens in each nation.

As a region, Social Liberal Union is ranked 1,315th in the world for Highest Poor Incomes.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Magnificent Kingdom of AvaerilonLeft-wing Utopia“Ylf ī'n Qidīol īr Fyr Aspar (I am True to My Spirit)”
2.The Egalitarian Archipelago of KanoriaLeft-wing Utopia“give of their own, to learn from the other.”
3.The Modus of Christian RepublicInoffensive Centrist Democracy“I'm infinite, necessarily existing, only substance. ”
4.The Unified Kingdom of AsminoLandLeft-wing Utopia“Many But One ”
5.The Confederate Union of Conwy-shireDemocratic Socialists“Idealism Without Illusion”
6.The City-State of Phing PhongLeft-wing Utopia“Wisdom shall destroy ignorance”
7.The Zombie Infested State of Mare NectarisLeft-wing Utopia“Awarded The Order of the Dove and Rose”
8.The Federal Democratic Republic of VancovariaLeft-wing Utopia“Freedom isn't freedom without equality”
9.The Heretical Fatherland of VageslaviaScandinavian Liberal Paradise“The one who lies the best is right.”
10.The Federation of The Free DomainsNew York Times Democracy“All For One, One For All”
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Regional Poll • Independence and Secession Movements in your country!

The Federal Union of Mons Garle wrote:With much talk of the current situations in Scotland, Catalonia, Quebec and many more regions across the world - this poll question focuses on whether or not such movements exist in your country at present, and if so, have they had a referendum, is there one to come, or has there even been a violent struggle? Feel free to add more detail on RMB.

Voting opened 5 days ago and will close . Open to residents. You cannot vote as you are not logged in.

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Social Liberal Union Regional Message Board

Voted FOR the current GA resolution with 81% of the region. (And with 2 minutes left to vote!)

Freeland Newworldia

Voted AGAINST the current SC resolution with 78% of the region.

The Clinton Supporters of Odd Republic wrote:I have a 100 economy and my employment is in the 35%.
Maybe it has something to do with the number of those who are retired.

Employment figures shouldn't include the retired (or students), but only those in the labor force or those looking for work.

The People's Archipelago of Arachaea wrote:I know how, from testing on puppets, to get a massive black market, but not how to reduce it. But I manage to keep it below 0.5% on here, but I'm not sure how.
And on NS going weird, I legalised the commercial use of breast milk and my income equality dropped from top 10% to top 15%. Why?


Yeah NS has been really weird for some months now. My weather stats don't get better despite all the environmentally friendly policies I pursue. And my weather keeps getting worse because of decisions I make that don't have any relationship to weather.

Thanks for all the replies guys.

So I got my GCSE results back today. B's in English language and English literature, and C's in drama, maths, and religion. Meaning I can go to 6th form, and I will be able to study sociology and politics (which almost brings me to tears with happiness :p) but I won't be studying religious philosophy, which I am extremely annoyed by.

That is, however, in spite of my belief that I was going to have to change my name and become a Mongolian goat farmer in the next week due to my failures at life. I live to see another day!

Grolsch and Freeland Newworldia

It's actually very difficult to be a Mongolian goat farmer.

I mean, you're welcome to try...

Grolsch and Bicameral Legislature

The United Kingdom of Britannialand wrote:So I got my GCSE results back today. B's in English language and English literature, and C's in drama, maths, and religion. Meaning I can go to 6th form, and I will be able to study sociology and politics (which almost brings me to tears with happiness :p) but I won't be studying religious philosophy, which I am extremely annoyed by.
That is, however, in spite of my belief that I was going to have to change my name and become a Mongolian goat farmer in the next week due to my failures at life. I live to see another day!

I only had Cs and Ds in school back when I was 13. Still managed to graduate cum laude for my two Bachelor's degrees and my LL.M. Don't give up ;) Also, GCSE results don't necessarily dictate what you can and cannot study - your willingness to fight the system that says so, however, does.

The Supreme Court of Cookies of Grolsch wrote:I only had Cs and Ds in school back when I was 13. Still managed to graduate cum laude for my two Bachelor's degrees and my LL.M. Don't give up ;) Also, GCSE results don't necessarily dictate what you can and cannot study - your willingness to fight the system that says so, however, does.

Hear, hear. I suppose a formal education on the subject would've been an advantage, but I'm not going to fret. I have to find a subject to replace philosophy, which is proving strenuous. I'm trying to challenge the result and get a re-mark.

Grolsch

Something unrelated, but I am very curious about this: I see many students and prospective students in the SLU major in or plan to major in things for which there are very few jobs and in many cases, many more job applicants than vacancies. Personally, I know people who have majored in fields like philosophy, political science, archaeology, exotic languages, diversity, hospitality management and sports science. Two years after graduating, less than half of them have a job, and those who do have a job, nearly always work in supermarkets or in restaurants. The ones who did get job offers for a position somewhat related to their major got them through unpaid work programmes (e.g. work one year for free, if you're good enough, we'll offer you a paid job) or networking. Aren't any of you afraid of such a future, and what are you planning on doing to mitigate the risks? I am aware that many upper-class kids tend to choose such fields and I understand that, but I am especially interested in stories from those who aren't as well off financially.

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