A vision statement is a statement that describes the conditions in which an organization is not needed anymore. In the case of the SOCIETALogy Institute the vision statement is the following:
A world where the majority of citizens in a collectivity, including politicians, public administrators and civic leaders, have a good understanding of how to use the societal resources present on their territory so that their societies are in a constant dynamic equilibrium.
A mission statement is a document that describes the work that needs to be accomplished so that a vision becomes a reality. In the case of the SOCIETALogy Institute the mission is to:
Identify the individual, group and collective actions used to prevent, solve and manage the various social tensions, frictions and conflicts and promote those who are compatible with the development of citizens, the functioning and the development of our governments and the functioning and the development of our collectivities.