Policy Projection: XVII – XXIV Martio MMXIV

Ave, Sandum Citizens!

We have celebrated the new Sancta year of MMXIV (2014).
We have celebrated Losar, the Tibetan New Year.
We have voiced our condemnation of transphobic micronational politicians and have voiced our support for trans* initiatives and struggles.
We have celebrated the Navigium Isidis.
We have celebrated Women’s Day.
We have completed the first video lecture for the CIV 100 course.
We have purchased the sandus.org domain.
We have updated the Sande Amici land on Second Life to include a new temple of Athena and a café.
We have celebrated the festival of Anna Perenna and the Liberalia.

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 author the Declaration of Respect for Cultural Sovereignty.
We shall lay out a site plan for the new Sandus.org website.
We shall send overdue MHOTS medals and certificates.
We shall commemorate the Spring Equinox.
We shall complete the 2014 and 2015 Economic Objectives set forth in the CCPS Party Year Plan for MMXIV (2014).

We shall lay forth work on these objectives from today, le Dixa-Septa A Martio MMXIV, to the 24th, le Dua-Dixa-Quatra H Martio MMXIV, and draft another projection for the following week of 8-days on the 1st of April, l’Una A Aprilo MMXIV.

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