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Our problems are global - our votes are national
Now is the time for global cooperation
Our problems are global - our votes are national
Now is the time for global cooperation

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Simpol – the Simultaneous Policy – combines a way to understand global problems, a new approach to politics, and an electoral strategy that brings them together.

Our solution is a range of multi-issue policy packages to solve global problems with each package to be implemented, at the same time, on the same date. That way, no nation loses out – everyone wins. Each package contains multiple issues so nations can balance the costs of one issue with the gains from another.

Simpol is common sense. It’s about going from destructive global competition to truly global cooperation.

To make it happen, we run campaigns in countries around the world that give citizens the power to compel their leaders to implement Simpol through the vote. You can support Simpol by signing up as a supporter, or read on to learn more about why Simpol is the answer.

Launched in 2000 by businessman John Bunzl, the idea for Simpol came as the response to a question: what would you do to solve the issue of Climate Change? Sitting at Sunday dinner with his family, John arrived at the idea almost as an epiphany – all nations would have to act together, simultaneously. Only that way could all nations win.

Simpol is run by the International Simultaneous Policy Organisation (ISPO). Since it was founded, Simpol has been collaboratively developed with politicians, academics, psychologists and supporting citizens.


John Bunzle
Founder of Simpol | Global political activist, businessman and author

John Bunzl is a global political activist and businessman. In 2000, he founded the Simultaneous Policy (Simpol) campaign, a way for citizens to use their votes to drive politicians towards global cooperation. It has supporters in over 100 countries and enjoys the support of a growing number of Members of Parliament around the world. He has authored or co-authored a number of books including Monetary Reform – Making it Happen!People-centred Global Governance – Making it Happen!, and Global Domestic Politics. He has published numerous articles on global governance in the Journal of Integral Theory & Practice. He has lectured widely, including to The Schumacher Society, The World Trade Organisation, The Lucis Trust, and various universities.


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