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TRL architecture. Fund structure

Organizational Structure of the TRL Global Movement Team

1) Translators Pro Bono Community (PBC)

  • 2 PBC directors + assistants
  • 14 “Global Language Coordinators” + assistants. GLCs are responsible for working with translators across the world
  • ~80-200 “Local Language Coordinators”

    The global aim of the TRL Translators Community: to emulate the success of the most translated document in history, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, in terms of the quantity of languages it has been translated into.

2) Volunteer movement “Implementation”

5 Global Coordinators

  • United Nations (Global)
  • Europe: Council of Europe (European Court of Human Rights)
  • The Americas: Organization of American States (the inter-American system for the protection of human rights) 
  • Africa: African Union (African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights and African Court on Human and Peoples’ Rights)
  • Asia and the Pacific including Western Asia

15 Regional line facilitators:

  • United Nations (regional) (4)
  • International treaties at the universal level (4)
  • International treaties at the regional level (3)
  • National application of ‘Soft Law’ instruments (4)

200+ Local Coordinators in every country

Global aim: to maintain up-to-date information for more than 200 countries relating to the following areas

  • The membership of international and regional organisations
  • The fulfilment and/or violation of international treaties at a universal and regional level
  • The national application of ‘Soft Law’ instruments
  • The implementation of recommendations and rulings given by international and regional judicial and quasi-judicial bodies, including the committees of UN Treaty Bodies, as well as statements and recommendations made by UN Special Rapporteurs

3) TRL Alliance: Global Research Community

  • 3 coordinators + assistants in the following departments: Humanism; Rights and Liberties; Economics
  • 18 Association Coordinators [focusing on religion, gender and racial equality; global inequality and poverty; migration; civic engagement; journalists & activists; Economy 4.0]
  • 5 Special Department Coordinators: Space Industry; Medicine (Health Care); Education; Demography; Space

Performance evaluation criteria:

  1. Tracking and analyzing major changes (including negative consequences) to aspects of life for all humanity due to the emergence of the TRL algorithms
  2. The global improvement of the situation in the accountable areas according to independent reports, as well as the overall increase in TRL Rate, not in the short term, but in the long term.

Within the framework of the TRL MOU, preliminary agreements are made between the TRL Global Foundation and partners, who share the values of humanism and rights and freedoms, as well as the implementation and development of Economics 4.0
The directors of the various TRL Alliance departments assist in concluding memorandums with those organizations that work within their spheres of responsibility.

We, in turn, follow the principle of maximum openness. That is why you can find instructions for each of our directions in the public domain.

TRL architecture

The TRL Global Foundation aims to convert the Index of a Civilization’s Strength into tangible action and measurable progress through the TRL Alliance/Science system that involves of researchers, scientists, and civil activists. The foundation promotes maximum interdisciplinarity and encourages people to register on the TRL Certificate system to declare their preferences, work in the area, and influence the Civilization Efficiency Index.