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in the area of human rights and environment

The purpose of self-regulatory mechanism is to create a decentralized, self-regulating system that can promote social welfare, human rights, and environmental sustainability on a global scale. It consists of various components, such as the Civilization Strength Index, the Global Support System for Citizen and Professional Science, a system of international law, and a decentralized financial system for financing social programs.

The Civilization Strength Index measures a country’s efficiency and effectiveness in achieving its goals for the betterment of society, as well as its progress in human rights and environmental sustainability.

The self-regulatory mechanism also includes a system of international law that enables the adoption of scientifically validated and approved research on environmental topics into international conventions, thereby increasing the index of the state that adopts it and the basic income of its citizens. The decentralized financial system ensures financial support for the social mechanism using issuances in the form of a global unconditional basic income, which is based on the index of a civilization’s development that has been calculated for each country.



TRL is a decentralized social mechanism of motivational influence with direct action against challenges in the areas of rights and liberties around the world. It is a widely available mechanism that does not have a private management centre or a decision-making centre. This project does not have an owner or a small group of people who make all the decisions on behalf of everyone.

The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was written 70 years ago. TRL is about developing the most important document in the history of mankind using technologies that did not exist at the time of its writing.

How it works?

Self-regulating mechanism in the area of human rights, liberties and environmental TRL/UN uses a unique index and an algorithm with the aim of reflecting the level of actual realisation of accepted international commitments and obligations in the field of human rights and environmental protection as well as for adherence to new international treaties to provide a higher level of protection for individuals at a domestic level.
One of the most important goals of ‘TRL Implementation’ is to reflect the level of progress made with regards to recommendations and decisions made by international and regional judicial and quasi-judicial bodies, including committees of the UN Treaty bodies, as well as reports and recommendations made by UN Special Rapporteurs.

TRL system that uses UN as a reference point

TRL system that uses regional conventions as a reference point, such as*

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*Council of Europe represented by European Court of Human Rights; Organization of American states represented by Inter-American Commission on Human Rights; African Union represented by African Court of Human Rights

TRL Implementation is not attempting to impose international order or human rights standards. Based on the minimal permissible level of implementation of human rights, it allows each country individually to adapt the standards to its national context influenced by socio-cultural, economic and other characteristics. This significantly increases investments in the state economy through the TRL system, as well as shows the world’s community an increase of integrity level of the activities of public authorities. De facto states work to improve the well-being of individuals under their jurisdiction. 

Civic Engagement

TRL Implementation has an important overlap with TRL Civic Engagement, as the actions aimed at conscientious execution of international agreements in the field of Human Rights should be carried out by the state through dialogue with civil society and in consideration of citizen engagement within the process of monitoring and enforcement of decisions made by judicial and quasi-judicial bodies

Soft Law & Opinio Juris

Anti-repressive mechanism

Social mechanism welcome the achievement of social impact not only through new treaties, but also through the adoption of ‘soft law’ instruments. Since revealing the content of certain provisions of international treaty articles, those instruments provide concrete arguments for: progression of Human Rights & environment during the course of various actions performed by individuals and the state*, as well as for protection of Individual Rights at all stages of the investigation, whilst considering cases and conditions of execution of punishments. Moreover, a number of instruments of ‘soft law’ include standards of those rights and freedoms, without which the formation and development of democratic legal systems would be impossible. The national application of soft law instruments is an effective transitional step towards making these instruments legally binding (opinio juris)

TRL tried to provide the widest possible coverage of problems and even by remembering the history of our own families we can each imagine which negative events would not have happened if TRL was already in place. Holocaust, repressions, wars and their consequences, forced migration, failure to break the vicious circle of low-paid work-poor education-poverty, racial and religious conflicts, gender inequality, and many other forms of discrimination. All this ultimately leads us to believe that the root of a worthy existence is the existence of a global social mechanism capable of opposing this. 

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.