United Humans Foundation

Cause Area

  • Advocacy & Human Rights
  • Community
  • Environment
  • Justice & Legal
  • Politics


303 - 2680 W. 4th AveVancouver, BC V6K 1P7Canada Canada

Organization Information

Mission Statement

To co-create an open source model to replace both Capitalism and Representative Democracy, with a system of global collective decision-making, in which all policies are scientifically optimized to produce the greatest benefit for all people, now and into the future, while doing the least harm. We call this new paradigm, which is built on the pillars of love, fairness and science, "Optimalism".


United Humans was founded in January 2022 with the ambitious goal of bringing about global systemic change. To try the one thing that might solve all of humanity's problems at the same time-a complete redesign of our social, economic and political institutions.

As humanity confronts a war, a pandemic, a climate crisis, catastrophic biodiversity loss, massive inequality, ongoing systemic injustice and a resurgence of overt bigotry, it's impossible to pretend that the status quo is inclusive, equitable or sustainable. Every one of these crises is either caused or made worse by an underlying information crisis. Propaganda, biased media, manipulative algorithms and conspiracy theories are all part of the ecosystem of misinformation.

United Humans has a plan to address all of this that involves:

  • building a diverse grassroots community of reasonable people who agree that love, fairness and science should drive collective decision-making, independently of ideology or political partisanship
  • educating and inspiring a broad global audience with the organization's goals, plans and activities, through a variety of media and on a multitude of platforms
  • designing and iteratively refining the implementation of Optimalism, using scientific analysis and simulations to optimize for the best possible outcomes


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