Bilquis Edhi, Yanghee Lee, and Stephen Soldz topped the list of the most impactful persons of the decade

Bilquis Edhi, Yanghee Lee, and Stephen Soldz topped the list of the most impactful persons of the decade

We all celebrate and appreciate millionaires and billionaires but the people who actually changed the world, who leave an impact on others are often left behind in this world of glamour. To celebrate and appreciate such people Bi-Decadal Impact Gazette© has named the top 10 people whose contributions have impacted the whole world.

The Decade’s Decisive ‘Top of the Top Ten’ people are Bilquis Edhi, Yanghee Lee, and Stephen Soldz.

Top 10 ‘Personages of the Decade’ are announced officially by the ‘1st Bi-Decadal Impact Gazette© of the 21st Century’ after a fair and unbiased selection process.

The finalist was selected among 1.6 million contenders from all over the world irrespective of their color, ethnicity, race, or nationality.

Bilquis Edhi is a Pakistani philanthropist and a nurse. She is fondly known as ‘the mother of Pakistan’. Her charity runs many services for the welfare of people in Pakistan. She has been awarded Ramon Magsaysay Award for Public Service and Mother Teresa Memorial International Award for Social Justice.

Stephen Soldz, an ethicist, moralist, psychoanalyst, clinical psychologist, professor, and ‘anti-war crime’ activist is also the director of the Social Justice and Human Rights program at the Boston Graduate School of Psychoanalysis.

Prof. Yanghee Lee is an unsurpassed human rights rapporteur of the UN. She is a South Korean developmental psychologist and popular for her untiring efforts for Rohingyas and other contribution to international human rights organizations.

The other Top 10 stalwarts are mentioned here. Their work has impacted the world and brought positive changes to the world. Some of them are very popular names but some are still away from the global highlights.

  • Dr. Fritjof Capra—Erudite, Theorist, Polymath, Scientist, Thinker (US)
  • Dr. Muang Zarni— Human Rights Activist (Myanmar)
  • Graca Machel—An Advocate of Women & Children Rights (Mozambique)
  • Greta Thunberg— The Youngest Climate Activist (Sweden)
  • Jacinda Ardern—40th Prime Minister of New Zealand (New Zealand)
  • Kofi Annan— Former UN Sec. Gen (Ghana)
  • Maggie Doyne—Founder of The BlinkNow Foundation (Nepal)
  • Prof. Aurangzeb Hafi—Erudite, Phenomenologist, Polymath, Discoverer (Pakistan)
  • Pushpa Basnet— Social Worker (Nepal)
  • Tarana Burke—Hashtag(USA)

A global audience perspective-based online opinion poll was carried out in assorted institutions and disciplines to vote for the “Person of the Decade”, based upon the impact value the person holds.

The process was unbiased and fair and every candidate was considered equal irrespective of their ethnicity, race, or geography. The polling aimed to provide pure and ethnic results.

The voting was done by  in different sections and categories, which were based upon 20 themes and their corresponding impact values that were categorized by the “Bi-Decadal Impacts Gazette©” and the ‘Impact Hallmarks© [IH]’ that are chronicling the categorical enlistees of 1st of the 21st Century Gazette in London, UK.

The web-based screening was carried out with the emblem-ethos of IH© “valuing the impact value”.

Afterward, the outcomes were thoroughly presented before a global audience and every selected finalist got the chance to describe their own story and achievements.

 These other top achievers who were in the list but could not make to the top 10 are:

  • Ban Ki Moon—Former UN Sec. Gen (South Korea)
  • Dr. Francois Englert— Scientist, Discoverer (Belgium)
  • Dr. Neil Turok — Physicist, Theorist (South Africa)
  • Dr. Peter Higgs— Scientist, Discoverer (United Kingdom)
  • Engin Altan Duzyatan— Television Actor, World Celebrity (Turkey)
  • Jon Kobat-Zinn—Mindfulness & Neuro-Sciences Theory (USA)
  • Nitesh Jangir — Student, Inventor (India)
  • Rayvon Stewart— Student, Inventor (Jamaica)
  • Steve Brachman— Journalist (US)
  • Takaaki Kajita & Arthur B. McDonald—Neutrino Oscillation (Japan & Canada)

In the category of literary works the top triarchy comprises:

  • A Hard Look into the Genesis of Myanmar’s Genocide
  • Behr-e-Sarab Dar Chashm-e-Aab
  • Impact of War on Children 
  • IRT Model for Child Disability Prevention against Embryonic Iatrogenesis
  • Magneto-Hydro-Tropism [MHT]


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