"If you could build a new society, what would you change?"
This is the question that inspired us at Citizen State. We dared to ask: What are the limits of human imagination, and how might we transform society for the better? Pioneering an original type of community, informed first and foremost by the needs of the Citizen, our goal is nothing short of forging a new kind of society - one that's citizen-centric, self-sustaining, and unique.
Now a constellation of activists, artists, educators, innovators, and scientists spread across the globe, we are united in our pursuit to build physical communities that creatively overcome life's largest challenges.
Our Blueprint for Change
Citizen State unites people from all walks of life who want to transform our current society - from entrepreneurs, creatives, and scientists to activists, students, and community leaders - to create a world that works for all.
We're committed to making basic resources accessible to everyone, consequently lowering costs across society, whilst advocating for creative, forward-thinking causes that are vital to us all.
Step 1: The Idea
Resource Powered Progress
We take an essential resource, be it housing, healthcare, or another essential service, and offer it to promising and socially-minded innovators in exchange for equity in their startups or contributions based on their skills.
Step 2: The Method
Fostering a Thriving Community
When an innovator is successful, we take a part of the wealth generated and contribute it towards our treasury. This portion is set aside specifically for the benefit of our global citizen community.
Step 3: The Result
Building for All
We use this wealth to build and develop scarce resources (such as homes) and distribute them back to our citizens on the basis of need.
Step 4: The World
Local Change, Global Effects
Local communities are transformed by these more affordable options, compelling equitable access and creating a fairer world for everyone.
We work with an ever-growing group of individuals and organizations.
Individuals and Startups
Investors and Organizations
Cities and Local Areas