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    B     =     Global file (contains research papers not listed here)
    C     =     Article and other publications
    D     =     Research paper
    E     =     Report
    F     =     Email discussion
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    K     =     Press release
    L     =     Current News
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    N     =     Local to global issues
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    R     =     Protest or cause to sign in
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Local to global issues

Local to global issues

All Global Community issues are included.

Global Dialogue issues are listed here and are all included in Global Dialogue 2010.
Issues find in Reports, Newsletters, Press Releases and Letters are also included.

Send an email specifying the issue you wish to be part of. globalcommunity@telus.net Then follow the link in Glbal Information Media (GIM), or the Portal of the Global Community, and see your work added along with the work of others. At the end of Global Dialogue 2010, the Global Overview will mention your work and recommendations will be writen.


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Submit your work for publication in our Newsletter

Submit your work for publication in our Newsletter

Work you submit may be included in our monthly Newsletter. It may also be a press release or a letter you want to be published as a Global Community letter.

Send an email with your work. globalcommunity@telus.net We will let you know if your work is to be published by the Global Community. At the end of Global Dialogue 2010, the Global Overview will mention your work and recommendations will be writen.


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Choose a global issue in our media of information and submit your work regarding it

Choose a global issue in our media of information and submit your work regarding it

Choose an issue shown either in the:

  • Glbal Information Media (GIM), or
  • Portal of the Global Community

and submit your work concerning the issue.

Send an email specifying the issue you wish to be part of. globalcommunity@telus.net Then follow the link in GIM or the Portal and see your work added along with the work of others. At the end of Global Dialogue 2010, the Global Overview will mention your work and recommendations will be writen.





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Group discussion on global issues by email

Group discussion on global issues by email

A group discussion is created when two or more people dicuss an issue by email, and the back and forth discussion is published on the Global Community website for others to read and discuss further.

Participate in a Group Discussion by email (s)

This table displays all Global Dialogue 2010 Group Discussions by email. Corresponding Global Dialogue 2010 issues are shown in parenthesis. Send an email specifying the Group Discussion by email you wish to be part of. globalcommunity@telus.net A link with your name and info will be created in the Group Discussion by email. Then follow the link and see your work added along with the work of others. At the end of Global Dialogue 2010, the Global Overview will mention your work and recommendations will be writen.

To see the work from Participants click on a Group Discussion by email.

  • R1     =     Federation's Constitution Preamble (640 )
  • R2     =     Chapter I: What Earth Government represents, its "Beliefs, Values, Principles and Aspirations" ( 641)
  • R3     =     Chapter II: Earth Security and Peace (642 )
  • R4     =     Chapter III: Earth Government membership (643 )
  • R5     =     Chapter IV: Global Community concepts and universal values (644 )
  • R6     =     Chapter V: The establishment of Global Communities (645 )
  • R7     =     Chapter VI: Earth Government Global Community Citizenship (646 )
  • R8     =     Chapter VII: Global symbiotical relationships between Earth Government and Member Nations (647 )
  • R9     =     Chapter VIII: Enhanced cooperation between Member Nations (648 )
  • R10     =    Chapter IX: The democratic base of Earth Government ( 649)
  • R11     =     Chapter X: Scale of Human and Earth Rights (650 )
  • R12     =     Chapter XI: Limits of Earth Government competences ( 651)
  • R13     =     Chapter XII: Exercise of Earth Government competence (652 )
  • R14     =     Chapter XIII: Earth Government finances (653 )
  • R15     =     Chapter XIV: Global Community Earth Government with its governing institutions and bodies (654 )
  • R16     =     Chapter XV: Consistency between the different policies and activities of Earth Government ( 655)
  • R17     =     Chapter XVI: A global market without borders in which the free movement of goods, persons, services and capital is ensured in accordance with this Constitution (656 )
  • R18     =     Chapter XVII: Economic and monetary policy of Earth Government (657)
  • R19     =     Chapter XVIII: Global policies in other areas of Earth Government (658 )
  • R20     =     Chapter XIX: Freedom, security and justice without borders (659 )
  • R21     =     Chapter XX: Areas where Earth Government may take coordinating, complementary or supporting action (660 )
  • R22     =     Chapter XXI: Special relationships between groups of Member Nations and Territories and statement regarding non-self-governing Territories ( 661)
  • R23     =    Chapter XXII: Earth Government's action on the international scene (662 )
  • R24     =     Chapter XXIII: Safeguards and Reservations (663 )
  • R25     =    Chapter XXIV: Global provisions (664 )
  • R26     =     Chapter XXV: Protocols (665 )
  • R27     =     Chapter XXVI: Earth Government Departments ( 666)
  • R28     =     Chapter XXVII: Founding Members of the Global Community and Earth Government (667 )
  • R29     =     Chapter XXVIII: Global Constitution Advisory Board (668 )












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FORUM - roundtables on local to global issues

Roundtables on local to global issues

Participate in a global roundtable (s)

This table displays all Global Dialogue 2010 Roundtables. Corresponding Global Dialogue 2010 issues are shown in parenthesis. Send an email specifying the roundtable you wish to be part of. At the end of Global Dialogue 2010, the Global Overview will mention your work and recommendations will be writen.
  • R1     =     Federation's Constitution Preamble (640 )
  • R2     =     Chapter I: What Earth Government represents, its "Beliefs, Values, Principles and Aspirations" ( 641)
  • R3     =     Chapter II: Earth Security and Peace (642 )
  • R4     =     Chapter III: Earth Government membership (643 )
  • R5     =     Chapter IV: Global Community concepts and universal values (644 )
  • R6     =     Chapter V: The establishment of Global Communities (645 )
  • R7     =     Chapter VI: Earth Government Global Community Citizenship (646 )
  • R8     =     Chapter VII: Global symbiotical relationships between Earth Government and Member Nations (647 )
  • R9     =     Chapter VIII: Enhanced cooperation between Member Nations (648 )
  • R10     =    Chapter IX: The democratic base of Earth Government ( 649)
  • R11     =     Chapter X: Scale of Human and Earth Rights (650 )
  • R12     =     Chapter XI: Limits of Earth Government competences ( 651)
  • R13     =     Chapter XII: Exercise of Earth Government competence (652 )
  • R14     =     Chapter XIII: Earth Government finances (653 )
  • R15     =     Chapter XIV: Global Community Earth Government with its governing institutions and bodies (654 )
  • R16     =     Chapter XV: Consistency between the different policies and activities of Earth Government ( 655)
  • R17     =     Chapter XVI: A global market without borders in which the free movement of goods, persons, services and capital is ensured in accordance with this Constitution (656 )
  • R18     =     Chapter XVII: Economic and monetary policy of Earth Government (657)
  • R19     =     Chapter XVIII: Global policies in other areas of Earth Government (658 )
  • R20     =     Chapter XIX: Freedom, security and justice without borders (659 )
  • R21     =     Chapter XX: Areas where Earth Government may take coordinating, complementary or supporting action (660 )
  • R22     =     Chapter XXI: Special relationships between groups of Member Nations and Territories and statement regarding non-self-governing Territories ( 661)
  • R23     =    Chapter XXII: Earth Government's action on the international scene (662 )
  • R24     =     Chapter XXIII: Safeguards and Reservations (663 )
  • R25     =    Chapter XXIV: Global provisions (664 )
  • R26     =     Chapter XXV: Protocols (665 )
  • R27     =     Chapter XXVI: Earth Government Departments ( 666)
  • R28     =     Chapter XXVII: Founding Members of the Global Community and Earth Government (667 )
  • R29     =     Chapter XXVIII: Global Constitution Advisory Board (668 )











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