Should we design our global budgets so that every family and child has a base of lifestyle that we are not willing as a human race to let anyone fall below? Food, housing, healthcare and education?
Should we aim to get to a position over time (perhaps 50 years) and in a controlled way, whereby every citizen of the planet is able to roam our shared planet freely, without visas or restrictions?
All citizens of the world will never be equal, but should they have equal opportunity as far as humanly possible, and more so as time goes on?
What about a situation where someone in a very poor part of the world studies the theory part of medicine or motor mechanics (as an example) online and passes recognised exams? If he or she is granted access into, let’s say, the developed world (even though I hate this expression but I can’t come up with a better one) to conclude the practical training over a three year period, that person will then have the choice to work wherever they like globally, and because they have an income above a certain level, they are allowed to bring X number of family members with them, because they can prove that they can support them.
Even outside of education, we could teach people to trade online globally and encourage the creation of someone living in rural India, for example, being able to form a company in a developed country, employ people and bid for contracts, or import and export products without moving from India.
I know that this is already possible and happening, but we could teach a lot more people how to do it who might never have seen a computer. Sure, it will take time, but it would amount to serious change over two to three decades.
Again, if someone proves that they have consistently made a decent, legitimate income over a number of years which would provide for their family in any jurisdiction in the world, should they not be able to live where they like?