Amb Clyde Rivers with a Group From the
Rasta Community - Grenada
Ambassador Clyde Rivers traveled to the Caribbean Island of Grenada to present and represent the Golden Rule International Award in November of 2015. He met with many different entrepreneurs from the Caribbean States that gathered to strategize on economic issues facing the Caribbean countries. Their brainstorming sessions addressed the challenges these islands face. Ambassador Rivers brings a message of hope through his global movement of honor, creating a culture of honor everywhere he travels.
The Golden Rule International Award was given to people in the Caribbean States that live a life that exemplifies the Golden Rule; “Treat others the way you want to be treated.” When honor is established amongst people it lifts them up and changes the way we think and live. This is the reason behind creating cultures of honor around the world. Every life is valuable and created for a contribution. This is at the heart of what Ambassador Rivers lives and teaches. Ambassador Rivers said, “It was a privilege to work with quality people from the Caribbean Islands. We honored many of these people with the Golden Rule International Award. We are building a solid network of Golden Rule Ambassadors in the Caribbean that will continue to create cultures of honor in their countries.”
The Golden Rule International Award is now established in 120 nations of the world. This organization seeks out top achievers that live the Golden Rule in their everyday life. This is a new global ethic that the leadership of the Golden Rule International Award, Patron, former President of Ethiopia, Girma Wolde and Ambassador Mussie Hailu have embraced and are promoting globally.
Ambassador Clyde Rivers is the Representative for the Golden Rule International and the Interfaith Peace-Building Initiative, North American Division to the United Nations – New York. Interfaith Peace-Building Initiative is affiliated with the Department of Public Record (DPI) – United Nations as well as affiliated with the United Religious Initiative (URI), an Interfaith Peace organization.