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The theme of Global Dialogue 2010 is:
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Proceedings of Global Dialogue 2010 include:

a)     All abstracts, research papers, notes, art work, outlines, posters, articles, comments, letters, press releases, reports, newsletters, discussions, global dialogues, brain-storming exercises on issues, or just comments in email messages found in the 'Global Files' of Participants

b)     Contributions made by researchers at the Global Dialogue from September 1st 2009 to August 31st 2010

Global Dialogue 2010 Proceedings also include the contents of all sections shown here above at the top of this webpage plus the contents of the following sections:
  • Overview of all papers, articles, comments, opinions, recommendations of Global Dialogue 2010 by name and email, and with listing of relevant issues - workshop sessions.
  • Recommendations resulting from the assessment of all papers, articles, and comments of Global Dialogue 2010
  • List of papers, articles, comments, opinions, recommendations concerning the issues of Global Dialogue 2010 (by name and email, and issues shown)
  • Listing of Global Roundtables 2010 and work from participants
  • Press releases of the Global Community from September 1st 2009 to August 31st 2010
  • Proclamations of the Global Community from September 1st 2009 to August 31st 2010
  • Monthly newsletters of the Global Community from September 1st 2009 to August 31st 2010
  • Scientific and investigative reports of the Global Community from September 1st 2009 to August 31st 2010
  • Work found in the main index for Global Information Media (GIM) concerning publications and activities of the Global Community from September 1st 2009 to August 31st 2010


Global Dialogue 2010 Overview involved over 260 leaders from 90 countries. Participants were from 130 nations to dialogue on hundreds of issues.

The OVERVIEW of Global Dialogue 2010 was written from the materials found in the workshop sessions, group discussions by email and discussion roundtables summaries, brain-storming exercises, vision statements, comments and recommendations, reviewing of research papers and from results of the dialogue held from September 1st 2009 to August 31st 2010, and especially the dialogue held in the month of August. Materials published in the press releases, proclamations and Newsletters were also included. OVERVIEW section can be accessed through the link Dialogue Overview shown here above at the top of this webpage.

Global Dialogue 2010 Recommendations were those given in all papers, articles, and comments throughout Global Dialogue 2010. Following the assessment of the work done, other important recommendations were obtained. All were described and can be accessed through the link Recommendations shown here above at the top of this webpage.

A working Global Parliament Constitution is the only way for us all to guarantee essential services, Justice, and protection to every home. Global Parliament is not a World Government or Earth Government. No! It is the Federation of Global Governments with its governing bodies and institutions. The Global Community offers a more meaningful union in the form of nine or more Global Governments. We serve the people of all nations, all life on Earth. Each Global Government is made more responsible and accountable to the people of member nations within the region where it operates. Essential services to the people of each member nation are now the most important global rights and are protected by the Global Protection Agency (GPA) of each member nation. The Federation is an efficient and immediate emergency response to help. The very first step of the Federation, and maybe the only one for several decades ahead of us, would be the approval of essential services amongst the participating member nations. The Global Community has researched and developed such services and listed them here. All of them are already in operation on a small scale in the industrialized nations of the world. We want each Global Government to take a larger share of responsibility of the specific region where it operates, and be more accountable to the people of that region. And we want a Global Government to be made of diverses nations. Be compassionate. Each Global Government is obliged to offer Essential Services to the people of its member nations.

Advisory Board to the Global Parliament Constitution 
 Thank you to all of those who have been sending their comments and work on the Preamble and all 29 Chapters. People from all over the world have been enthusiastic about finally developing Global Parliament Constitution for all life on Earth.

Our work is very important. We are showing leadership in a world where there is an avid need for it. Already several other organizations have accepted and used our work, many documents and books have been published based on our past research and development and "soft activism" work. There is no doubt in our mind we are making a significant difference in the world.

We are the leading organization working on Global Parliament Constitution. This is a unique way of expressing and protecting the needs of all people on Earth, all life. We have conducted the research and development of our work without any other motives than that of helping humanity, all life on Earth. The Global Constitution has been a success but what the world needs is not a World Government, not an Earth Government. What the world needs is the Federation of Global Governments (the Federation). Quite a difference! The Federation is focus only on four specific areas of concerns and needs of our world.

The Federation primary focus is only including a few aspects and are shown here:
 

- essential services
- the Judiciary
- the Global Protection Agency (GPA)
- Global Ministries


We have mentioned them many times over the past decades and in most of our Newsletters. Civil society was shown as an important participant in the process of development as was shown in our yearly Global Dialogue. And Civil Society has been and will continue to be an important element in the development of Global Parliament Constitution.

So our future work is well defined here. We want Global Parliament Constitution to be a direct expression of our focus. It must be acceptable to all nations on Earth, to all Peoples.






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