WHO WE ARE
Safe Spaces Web
INTRODUCING SAFE SPACE WEB »
PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION, is pleased to launch the SAFE SPACES WEB Program. The challenges facing the United States existential diversities requires constant attention; MERIT BASED DIPLOMACY, invites creative solutions and logic-based evidenced research in a complex and competitive community driven by solutions to the challenges facing pedestrians in the United States.
Through Safe Spaces Web program, our scholarly community entices next generation scholars and rising stars to employ creative thinking, which helps achieve our mission of improving governance in the United States. Governance in a safe environment free from hatred and disrespect.
WHAT WE STAND FOR»
- Human Rights
INDEPENDENCE & INTEGRITY POLICIES »
Some political historians and educators believe diversity is one of the necessary evils facing our civic trans-formative culture today. Opponents of the classicist “Diversity” philosophy argue that this form of “Openness” in our society leads to increased opportunities for: Terrorism; Exploitation; and Intimidation by “Domestic Enemies” on United States soil. These opponents of the classicist “Diversity” argue that our “Domestic Enemies,” take advantage of our 4th Amendment freedoms and make mockery of our Justice System.
Here at Safe Spaces Web we want to invite people that are not our “Domestic Enemies” to contribute in a cybernetic learner module where they feel free to express their opinions and also where they value the quality attention given to the safe-keeping of the material they present.
It is Our Vision that a Merit-Based forum opens discussions in this platform which “sparks” a create modular experience truly competitive and one which satisfies the needs of all AGS participants. In a Merit-Based forum, all Creative Economy, Volunteer Placements and Public Safety initiatives are a result of ones’ ability to achieve success in this media platform:
- Sense of Mission
- Networking and Negotiating
- Knowledge Areas and Function
- Languages and Communication
OUR EXPERTS »
Safe Spaces Web brings together more than 100 INDUSTRY experts in government and academia from all over the United States, but primarily our Local Network in Tulsa, Oklahoma, providing the highest quality research, policy recommendations, and analysis on a full range of personal & public policy issues.
OUR LEADERSHIP »
Learn more about Safe Spaces Web staff. Which consists primarily of local business men and women in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area.
OUR HISTORY »
Safe Space Web is a place intended to be free of bias, conflict, criticism, or potentially threatening actions, ideas, or conversations
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING »
Safe Spaces Web continues on a path to obtain and maintain accreditation under the advisement of: local authorities, community leaders, and stateside security, policy makers bonded officials, doctors, lawyers, psychiatrists, ministers, and clergy, certified or professionally licensed seated members.
OUR ONLINE RESOURCE CENTERS, VIDEOS AND PROJECTS »
Through the generosity and kind considerations of this “United States Online Community,” several important intellectual boards have been formed. Moreover, huge collections of research and policy analysis material have been stored online for review and or purchase. Case Studies Summaries
THE SAFE SPACES WEB ESSAYS »
High-quality, independent research about Merit Based educational systems and becoming a contributor in your community without the hassles of discrimination. We have commissioned works on major topics of public policy by distinguished authors, (eg.,PEDESTRIAN AWARENESS CROSSWALK EDUCATION; TRANSPORTATION POLICY AND DIVERSITY & INCLUSION scholars.) The Safe Spaces Web is a multi-platform, virtual learner module, we hope, will engage our audience in open dialogue and debate. For Submission Guidelines: safespacesweb.wordpress.com/submissions-case-study-guidelines/
POLICY ON PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE FUNDED RESEARCH »
The Policy and Procedures on Financial Conflict of Interest in Public Health Service Funded Research provides guidelines and procedures for the identification and resolution of real, potential, or apparent financial conflicts of interest that may arise with respect to the Institution’s employees and affiliates in public health service-funded research.