Policy Projection: I – VIII Martio MMXIV

Ave, Sandum Citizens!

Celebrating Five Years of the State of Sandus:

“Isn’t it very hard to be a micronationalist? I’m certain there aren’t many micronations which are physical.”
“That’s very true, and that’s the path that Sandus is taking these days: we’re moving from the basics of our country to action, we’re making Sandus physical.”

— the Sôgmô discussing Sandus on the Day of Secession

We have published an Anthology of Realism.
We have celebrated the Parentalia, the Feralia, and the Caristia.
We have published the 2014 Day of Secession Musical Concert.
We have left the Grand Unified Micronational.
We have published an article about the importance of Social Activism in Sandus.
We have prepared for the Regifugia, Matronalia, and Losar.
We have celebrated, with much fanfare, the Day of Secession.
We have celebrated the Terminalia.
We have published the Pignae d’Esti.
We have planned a discussion for Women’s Day on Grass-roots and Trans*-inclusive Feminism.
We have celebrated the Regifugia and the Matronalia.
We have held the traditional Sancta Address for the Regifugia.
We have begun new traditions for the Matronalia.

In the upcoming week,
We shall prepare Tellus Agrarian Cooperative for Spring.
We shall prepare the CIV100 Civic Engagement for Civilae course for peregrae citizens, publish its syllabus, and complete video lectures.
We shall consider several other courses for Kremlum Sandus State College, and work on their syllabi.
We shall complete a paper on the development of micronations, per Realism.

We shall lay forth work on these objectives from today, l’Una A Martio MMXIV, to the 8th, l’Huita H Martio MMXIV, and draft another projection for the following week of 8-days on the 9th of Marchy, le Nuova A Martio MMXIV.

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