We have shared information from the United Nation’s Free and Equal Campaign. (2/3)
We have shared news that the Überstadti King Adam I will visit the United Nations General Assembly in New York. (3/3)
We have shared Nuntii Latini. (4/3)
We have confirmed our attendance at the 2017 MicroCon in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. (4/3)
We have announced that it was a Medicine Buddha Day in the Tibetan calendar. (5/3)
We have celebrated the Navigium Isidis. (5/3)
We have shared a Sandum cultural post on Facebook. (5/3)
We have shared information about the Hawai’ian independence movement’s efforts in Hawai’i, pursuant to our policy in support of Hawai’ian self-determination. (6/3)
We have announced that it was a Guru Rinpoche Day in the Tibetan calendar. (7/3)
We have celebrated International Women’s Day. (8/3)
We have shared a video from the United Nations on the impact of fundamentalism and extremism on cultural rights. (10/3)
We have shared Nuntii Latini. (10/3)
We have reminded our citizens that Sandus does not observe daylight savings. (11/3)
We have announced that it was an Amitabha Day in the Tibetan calendar. (12/3)
We have shared the decisions of the Second Administrative Session of the Council in 2017. (12/3)
We have celebrated the festivals of Jupiter and Anna Perenna. (15/3)
We have celebrated the Liberalia. (17/3)
We have shared Nuntii Latini. (17/3)
In the upcoming week,
We shall prepare our journal article for Micropatriological Notes.
We shall add information on cultural holidays to Sandum media.
We shall prepare for holidays in April and May.
We shall begin work on the Sôgmô’s Constitution Project.
We shall observe citizens’ concerns with relation to events in the United States.
We shall ensure activity and progress in the Εκκλησία and in the Systema Socialis.
We shall seek further membership from other peoples and seek media programs for the dissemination of Sandum Philosophy.
We shall prepare a schedule of modest office hours.
We shall lay forth work on these objectives from today, 17 March 2017, to 25 March 2017 and draft another projection for the following administrative week of 8 days on 1 April 2017.