Most political science is like anatomy, analysing the body politic without healing it. Titus Alexander argues that we can learn from health sciences and create a manifesto, like that of The Lancet, to prioritise improving lives and launch a global mission to strengthen democracy
He teaches an L5 apprenticeship in Campaigning, Leadership and Management for leaders in the public sector and trade unions.
He has worked as Director of Education for non-profits, schools inspector, senior education officer in local government, Principal Lecturer in adult education and advisor to the EU Grundtvig adult education programme.
He founded Democracy Matters, a UK alliance for learning practical politics; Charter 99 for Global Democracy campaign, which influenced the Millennium Summit and led to the One World Trust’s Global Accountability Project, and co-founded the Parenting Education and Support Forum.
He created Uniting Humanity, a one-year EU trainer of trainers programme in global citizenship.