New book translated from German addresses power of digitization to transform societies
'The Minor Politician' by Thiess Matt-Eron provides digital tools aimed at young activists
By: Thiess Matt-Eron
"The Minor Politician & The Digital Tool" by Thiess Matt-Eron outlines the use of digitalization to provide the simplest and most efficient solutions to everyday problems affecting society, including environmental protection in the midst of climate change, sexism and gender equality, poverty, gun violence, athletic evaluation systems and more. The book also offers general solutions against anonymous attacks on the Internet, from bullying to death threats, regardless of the online provider or social media platform.
The book is not only geared toward young activists but to anyone who cares about the current state of affairs. It is also meant to be a call for help to experts and politicians to create the conditions to implement lasting solutions.
Matt-Eron underscores the need to focus on reasonable discussions grounded by facts and evidence as opposed to divisive emotional and political debates over hot button issues. His goal is to present several actionable solutions from different parties on a percentage basis, along with effective new educational concepts, ways to address and combat apathy, and digital interventions.
The author was motivated by rising global partisanship and its limitations when trying to solve the world's toughest challenges.
"My book emphasizes positive, technology-based solutions to the world's biggest problems," Matt-Eron said. "My hope is that the ideas outlined in the book will take hold with young readers and anyone hoping to change the world for the better."
The Minor Politician is now available on Amazon in Kindle format at https://www.amazon.com/-/
About the Author
Matt-Eron is the author of several books, including the titles in his "NNT Visions" series. After studying automative engineering, started writing out of a desire to contribute positive ideas for the betterment of society. In his free time, he enjoys spending time in the forest communing with nature. He is married with two children.