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Theme of

Global Dialogue 2019:


(September 1st 2018 to August 31st 2019)

Canada, the overseer and custodian of the Earth's north polar region. (A proposal of Global Community.)

by
Germain Dufour
July 2018

http://globalcommunitywebnet.com/Dialogue2019/GlobalDialogue2019.html

Canada, the overseer and custodian of the Earth's north polar region. (A proposal of Global Community.)
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The fundamental definition of the Global Community and the Scale of Global Rights.

"The Global Community is defined as being all that exits or occurs at any location at any time between the Ozone layer above and the core of the planet below. It is defined around a given territory, that territory being the planet as a whole, as well as a specific population, which is all life forms on Earth." This definition includes all people, all life on Earth. And life claims its birthright of ownership of Earth, and so does the Soul of all Life. That makes the Global Community the 21st century framework for Earth governance, and the only legitimate body with the power to make the laws of the land and to make the rules for the territory of the Earth.

The Scale of Global Rights contains six (6) sections. Section 1 has more importance than all other sections below, and so on. Concerning Sections 1, 2, and 3, it shall be the Global Community highest priority to guarantee these rights to Member Nations and to have proper legislation and implement and enforce global law as described in Global Parliament Constitution.

Section 1.
Global [ environmental, ecological, protection of life-support systems ] rights

Section 2. Primordial human rights :
safety and security, have shelter, 'clean' energy, a 'clean' and healthy, environment, drink fresh water, breath clean air, eat a balance diet, basic clothing, universal health care and education, and employment for all.
Section 3. Global [ecological, environmental, protection of life-support systems ] rights and the primordial human rights of future generations.
Concerning Sections 4, 5 and 6, it shall be the aim of the Global Community to secure these other rights for all global citizens but without immediate guarantee of universal achievement and enforcement. These rights are defined as Directive Principles, obligating the Global Community to pursue every reasonable means for universal realization and implementation.
Section 4. Community rights, the rights of direct democracy and global voting, the right that the greatest number of people has by virtue of its number (50% plus one) and after voting representatives democratically.
Section 5. Economic rights (business and consumer rights, and their responsibilities and accountabilities) and social rights (civil and political rights).
Section 6. Cultural rights and religious rights.

Now, obviously what immigration does is to infringe into the most important rights on the Scale of Global Rights: Sections 1, 2, and 3. It amounts at creating the world overpopulation problem which is way far more destructive than conducting military warfare. The Global Community condemns all types of warfare we see in the world today: military, economic and population. Surely the rights to protect the existence of all life on our planet are more important than cultural and religious rights.

Earth Environmental Governance can only be achieved successfully within the larger context of Sustainable Development and Earth Management. All aspects are inter-related and affect one another. A healthy environment is essential to long term prosperity and well-being of Global Community citizens. That demands a high level of ecological protection. This is the 'raison d'etre' of the Scale of Global Rights.

Primordial human rights are those human rights that individuals have by virtue of their very existence as human beings: to live, eat, drink fresh water, breath clean air, have shelter, safety and security, 'clean' energy, a 'clean' and healthy environment, universal health care and education, and employment for all.

Ecological and primordial human rights are separate categories than the rights of the greatest number of people, economic rights, social rights, cultural rights and religious rights.

Ecological and primordial human rights are the only rights that have existed unchanged throughout the evolutionary origin of our species. Any major change would have threatened our very existence. All other human rights are rights created by human beings and can be changed depending of new circumstances; they are not stagnant but are rather flexible and adaptive, and they can evolve. Ecological and primordial human rights of this generation and of future generations are therefore much more important than any other human rights existing now and in the future.

In this way the Scale of Global Rights gives us a sense of direction for future planning and managing of the Earth. Earth management is now well defined and becomes a goal to achieve.

Earth management includes problems with immigration in the world. We have shown that all aspects are inter-related and affect one another. Population warfare amounts to increasing demands for more resources but nations are already fighting for what is left of natural resources on the planet. Today, we need five healthy Earths to feed the world population. And population warfare also amounts to a specific cultural or religious group of a population trying to gain control of a nation by increasing its size and affecting the political outcomes of government in power. All about control!

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. Global Parliament and its Constitution were researched and developed from fundamental principles as opposed to kitchen recipe types of Constitution that follow a set of instructions for a world parliament of some kind. Some of those principles we developed are the Global Community and the Scale of Global Rights. That is was what differentiate our proposal from others. The Federation and its Global Parliament operate as per those principles. The definition of the Global Community concept is truly the 21st century "philosophy of life" framework, some called it the religion of the third millennium, others called it the politics of the future generations now.

Global Parliament primary goal and focus include only a few essential aspects. Global Parliament Constitution itself gives the highest priority to the following essential aspects of life within civil society:

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

to manage the needs of the Peoples of Member States.

These four aspects are a part of the Global Movement to Help of the Global Community. From now on 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 on the Scale of Global Rights and are protected by the Global Protection Agency (GPA) of each member nation.

This Movement is described here. First the meaning of the Global Community expression was defined back in 1985. All Global Citizens are a part of this Global Community and have accepted the Criteria of the Global Citizenship. We are all volunteer soldiers Global Citizenship of the Global Community Peace Movement. Global Community Peace Movement

This Global Movement to Help offers Essential Services to serve the people of all nations, all life on Earth. As a first step to getting help, all nations can and should approve the first three sections on the Scale of Global Rights. Scale of Global Rights The approval would supersede the political and physical borders of participating member nations. The approval would mean politics and justice without borders only concerning those three sections, i.e essential services. The Global Protection Agency (GPA) would have the approval from all member nations to give immediate help, bypassing normal government protocols. Somewhat like an emergency unit but at the global level. That is what those first three sections on the Scale of Global Rights mean. They represent an efficient and immediate emergency response to help.

First, participating member nations need to give their approval to the GPA. The GPA is a global organization much like the World Trade Organization (WTO) for trade between nations, the World Health Organization (WHO) for health, or the European Union, North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), South American Community of Nations (SACON) for trade and economics. The GPA offers an efficient emergency response to help. The GPA is a short term solution, an immediate and efficient response to help. There are also long term solutions. As with the short term solution, the most significant long term solution is also related to the Scale of Global Rights. The Scale was entrenched is Global Parliament Constitution and is thus the fundamental guide to Global Law. Now the Scale of Global Rights is a long term solution and is also a part of the Global Movement to Help of the Global Community. The Scale was designed to help all life on Earth. What would be preferable is that nations unite amongst themselves to help. And that is our reason for proposing the formation of the Federation of Global Governments.

Over time, we have seen the creation of the United Nations, the European Union, the South American Community of Nations, and the North American Free Trade Agreement. Except for the UN, these organizations are mainly concerned with trade and economics.

The Global Community offers a more meaningful union in the form of nine or more Global Governments. For instance the South American Community of Nations can be a Global Government by simply accepting Global Parliament's Constitution as a way of dealing between member nations. A Global Government is concerned not only with economics and trade, but also with the environment, health, agriculture, education, energy, food, social, cultural and many other essential aspects.

The Federation of Global Governments is the place of meeting between Global Governments.

The very first step of Global Parliament, 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. 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 wealthy nations as well as nations in need of help. Be compassionate. Each Global Government is obliged to offer Essential Services to the people of its member nations.

Over the past several decades, the Global Community along with Global Parliament, have promoted a just and fair global government. The United Nations (UN) organization does not offer such global service to all Peoples. It is not a government. It is not a democratic institution. It has no power to legislate, protect and offer essential services. There is no Justice possible coming from the UN. The Five Permanents Members are the only rule of law. There are themselves subsidized by corporate rulers, lobbyists with vested interests in keeping things the way they are now. There are no change in sight because they cannot change themselves. We must let go the UN. It is a 20th Century WWII organization that can truly make things work for only 5% of the world nations. Staying with the UN certainly means there will not be a 22nd Century to live for most people on Earth. The world needs a 21st Century organization able to manage Earth and bring hope in every home.

Global Parliament is the only possible and practical solution to our world. We know how everything work, and we know what to do to make it work for us all. We do volunteer work for humanity. We do 'soft activism' work. Global Parliament Constitution shows us how to operate our organization. We follow Global Law as shown in the Constitution. All those who do volunteer work for us must become familliar with it and become 'global citizens'. You are required to read about the Criteria of the Global Community Citizenship. Once you are sure you understand the Criteria, then you are required to live a life as per the Criteria. You do not need to let go the citizenship you already have. No! You can still be a citizen of any nation on Earth. But you are a better human being as you belong also to the Global Community, and you have now higher values to live a life, to sustain yourself and all life on the planet.

We do not relate in any way with the United Nations. We are here to replace it. For several decades the Global Community has tried very hard to reform the United Nations. It has become clear that the United Nations promotes a culture of waste, mismanagement and corruption, and that it cannot reform itself. Today, the only logical, most equitable and sustainable alternative, is to replace it with the Global Community. The Scale of Global Rights is our fundamental principle for development.




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In today's affairs a very powerful few are in possession of the Earth's resources, the land and all its riches, and all the franchises and other privileges that yield a return. These few people operate virtually without taxation. Is that what we want as a global democracy? Who should own the Earth?

Soveveignty is the status of a person or group of persons having supreme and independent political authority. The concept of sovereignty is related to the concept of power: power over a territory, land and water, oil and minerals, as well as life on Earth. The United Nations (UN) cannot have normal attributes of sovereignty, which has been defined around a territory and population.

The Global Community has in fact been defined around a given territory, that territory being the planet as a whole, as well as a specific population, which is the Global Community. The issue here is not that of populations and boundary lines, but of the demarcation of power and control over the Earth that is the foremost formal attribute of sovereignty.

To speak of enforceable global law is to speak of world power. Global Parliament has the power to make the laws of the land and to make the rules for the territory of the Earth. Global Law has been and continue to be researched and developed for this purpose.

Today's problem is that democracy has not grounded itself. We have not extended democratic principles to the ownership and control of the Earth. The democratic global government as currently proposed by the Global Community, is grounded in equal rights to the Earth, and thus can create the world of peace and justice that we seek.

Conservation, restoration, and rational use of the Earth resources is about asking ourselves the question of "Who owns the Earth?" The large gap between rich and poor is conected to ownership and control of the planet's land and of all other Earth natural resources. This causes a fundamental threat to democracy. What has become of democracy? What has become "we the people?

We need to take a giant step forward to a new form of democracy. We, the Global Community, must now direct the wealth of the world towards the building of local-to-global economic democracies in order to meet the needs for food, shelter, healthcare, education, and employment for all.

The Global Community has proposed a new democratic mandate recognizing that the gifts of nature - the land, oil, minerals, other natural resources and a substantial amount of the monetary value accruing to their use - rightly belong to the Global Community. The Earth is our birthright and our common heritage. What we make from our mental and physical labor can rightfully be held as individual property but the profit of the Earth should be shared by all and for all.The unjust and inequitable ownership and control of vast amounts of the land and of other natural resource wealth of our planet is also a root cause of the great majority of local-to-global conflicts and wars. Our current form of democratic governance is severely limited in its capacity to negotiate peaceful means of resolving resource inequities and disputes, whether over oil and other minerals or over land for housing and livelihoods.

The Global Economic Model proposed by the Global Community is truly the best response to the world.

Again here we will keep this dialogue within the "philosophy of life" framework of the Global Community, some called it the religion of the third millennium, others called it the politics of the future generations now. Let us remind everyone the definition that has been guiding us throughout the previous dialogues: The Global Dialogue


"The Global Community is defined as being all that exits or occurs at any location at any time between the Ozone layer above and the core of the planet below." The Glass Bubble concept  of a Global Community

This is the fundamental definition of the expression "Global Community" first defined by myself and my wife Virginie in 1985. The Glass Bubble concept  of a Global Community This definition includes all people, all life on Earth. This is the fundamental definition of the expression Global Communit It also implicitly says that no-one in particular owns the Earth but we all own it together. Not just us people, but all life on Earth owns it. The beginning of life stretches as far back as 4 billion years, and so Life claims its birthright of ownership of Earth, and so does the Soul of all Life, the Soul of Humanity. Evolution, Creation and now, Guiding Souls Throughout this dialogue the land ownership of the Earth means ownership of the land and of all other Earth natural resources.

"A global community" is not about a piece of land you acquired by force or otherwise. One could think of a typical community that does not have to be bounded by a geographical or political border. It can be people living in many different locations all over the world. The Global Community is thus more fluid and dynamic. We need to let go the archaic ways of seeing a community as the street where we live and contained by a border. Many conflicts and wars will be avoided by seeing ourselves as people with a heart, a mind and a Soul, and as part of a community with the same.

The old concept of a community being the street where we live in and surrounded by a definite geographical and political boundary has originated during the Roman Empire period. An entire new system of values was then created to make things work for the Roman Empire. Humanity has lived with this concept over two thousand years. Peoples from all over the world are ready to kill anyone challenging their border. They say that this is their land, their property, their 'things'. This archaic concept is endangering humanity and its survival. The Roman Empire has gone but its culture is still affecting us today. We need to let go the old way of thinking. We need to learn of the new concept, and how it can make things work in the world.

A typical community may be what a group of people, together, wants it to be. It can be a group of people sharing with the same values. It can be a group of people with the same cultural background, or the same religious background. Or they can be people with totally different backgrounds and beliefs. The people making a global community may be living in many different locations on the planet. With today's communications it is easy to group people in this fashion. It can be a village, or two villages together where people have decided to unite as one community. The two villages may be found in different parts of the world. It can be a town, a city, or a nation. It can be two or more nations together.

Following this thinking we see land ownership is no longer a problem. The Earth and all its natural resources belong to all the "global communities" contained therein. A village, or a city is "a global community" and owns the land around its boundaries. Along with the Global Community, it has ownership of all natural resources within its boundaries. We will see in the Preview how this new system can work.

As mentioned above, land here, by definition, covers all naturally occurring resources like surface land, minerals deposits (gold, oil and gas etc), water, electromagnetic spectrum, the trees, fish in the seas and rivers. It is unjust to treat land as private property. Land is not a product of labor. Everyone should therefore be given equal access to such natural resources.

On the global level the Law of the Seas Covenant is an example of a ground rent basis for public needs as it has affirmed that ocean resources are the common heritage of all and a proper source of funding for global institutions. Water belongs to the Earth and all species and is sacred to life therefore, the world’s water must be conserved, reclaimed and protected for all future generations and its natural patterns respected.

Water is a fundamental human right and a public trust to be guarded by all levels of government; therefore, it should not be commodified, privatized or traded for commercial purposes. These rights must be enshrined at all levels of government. In particular, an international treaty must ensure these principles are noncontrovertable.

Water is best protected by local communities and citizens, who must be respected as equal partners with governments in the protection and regulation of water. Peoples of the Earth are the only vehicle to promote democracy and save water.

Similarly, all the Earth natural resources belong to the Global Community to be used, developed and conserved for the maximum benefit of the people and of all life.

The Global Community should set up expert groups and begin the necessary intergovernmental negotiations towards establishing alternative revenue sources, which could include fees for the commercial use of the oceans, fees for airplane use of the skies, fees for use of the electromagnetic spectrum, fees levied on foreign exchange transactions, and a tax on carbon content of fuels.

This thinking should give us a fresh start for a better future and bring some light to understanding previous claims of the many different groups such as:

  • Native and aboriginal people claiming that their ancestors owned the land so now they do


  • God gave it to us so the land is ours


  • Property ownership system of the Roman Empire to today, our social-economic system of land owership


  • The military power of this world forcing ownership of land and of all other Earth natural resources against the will of everyone else

None of the above groups can claim ownership of the land and other Earth natural resources. They never did own the land and of all other Earth natural resources. And they never will.

Only the Global Community can rightfully claim ownership of the Earth.

The theme of this Global Dialogue being "The planet-Life-Soul of Humanity symbiotical relationship", we will see how the relationship can help this generation of young people and the next ones to remain healthy.

The young people of to-day are interested in all the secret wisdom behind all the existing religions and sifting out the common truths. They seek the best of the best. They are aware of the Soul of Humanity and have established a spiritual symbiotical relationship with it, and thus with God. They seek the exaltation and merging of their Souls into one to gain strength, friendship, creativity, love and light.

Their childhood conditioning has prepared them to act on a firm understanding of what it takes to get along with others, working as a group.

They are educated to understand a broad panorama of human truths ~ all those universal needs and rights every one shares. The Scale of Human and Earth Rights has become an inner truth and the benchmark of the millennium in how they see all values. The Earth Court of Justice brings security, peace and justice for all. They no longer fear the unknown as Justice is for everyone and is everywhere, a universal constant. The Global Justice Movement for all life is now driven by these young people.

They see money for what it is - energy to use for good.

Their idea of power is power over Self.

Each and every Self is dedicated to an idea for good that others can share together in creating this new Eden. Doing good and the well-being of the "other" have become the basic building block of any symbiotical relationship.

What we have here is the birth of genuine group concern and unconditional support for the individual's well-being ~ a giant leap in human behaviour which could well change the functioning of global communities everywhere. We are becoming the human family. This new "philosophy of life" of the Global Community has made grounds in people's way of life.

What we have here is the age of global co-operation and symbiotical relationships of all types for the good of all. An age with a mind, a heart and a Soul of its own. A unique and wonderful age never seen before over the entire human history! An age with a vision to caring for life and Earth! An age of the Soul!

However, we have reached the deplorable circumstance where in large measure a very powerful few are in possession of the Earth's resources, the land and all its riches, and all the franchises and other privileges that yield a return. These monopolistic positions are kept by a handful of men who are maintained virtually without taxation.

Whoever owns the land and all other natural resources exerts power over those who are landless and no resources. The Global Community proposes to extend democratic principles to include the ownership and control of the Earth. The Global Economic Model was created for all the people on the planet. The model makes sure that the rights of all people and the rights of the planet are one and the same.

The Global Economic Model stipulates as well that we, as human beings, are trustees and caretakers of all other life forms on Earth.

The Global Economic Model is global, as people are freed to move beyond borders and boundaries and claim the whole Earth as their birthplace.

How the Earth should be owned is the major economic question of this time. The world should be owned by the people living in it.

Unless a reformed or empowered Global Parliament is leading firmly upon the principle of equal rights for the Global Community, then the planet will be controlled by a handful of vested interests.

Land here, by definition, covers all naturally occurring resources like surface land, minerals deposits (gold, oil etc), water, electromagnetic spectrum, the trees, fish in the seas and rivers. It is unjust to treat land as private property. Land is not a product of labor. Everyone should therefore be given equal access to natural resources. The Global Economic Model proposes to make private property the product of labor. Common property is all what Nature offers. The Global Economic Model policy removes taxes from wages and increases taxes and user fees on common property.

The model eliminates subsidies that are environmentally or socially harmful, and inequitable.
 
Building global communities require understanding of global problems this generation is facing. There are several major problems: conflicts and wars, no tolerance and compassion for one another, world overpopulation, human activities, as population increases the respect and value of a human life is in decline, insufficient protection and prevention for global health, scarcity of resources and drinking water, poverty, Fauna and Flora species disappearing at a fast rate, global warming and global climate change, global pollution, deforestation, permanent lost of the Earth's genetic heritage, and the destruction of the global life-support systems and the eco-systems of the planet. We need to build global communities for all life on the planet. We need to build global communities that will manage themselves with the understanding of the above problems.

Results from previous Global Dialogues have showed us that the governance of Earth through global cooperation and symbiotical relationships was the only possible option for a large population such as the Earth's population, and so, to help achieve this goal we have developed the Global Constitution and the Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act to govern ourselves as member nations of Global Community Earth Govewrnment (GCEG).

Previous Global Dialogues also thought us that there were several universal values and global concepts connecting all communities and societies to each other. And we found that proper Earth management is a necessity and requires all Peoples to unite and actually manage the planet. Local and global policies needed to be developed and implemented by global communities. Every person on Earth is now responsible for this very important duty. The time for action is now - positive and constructive actions to sustain Earth.

The rate of world population growth is beginning to decline, but the total number of people could still double or even triple from today's 6.3 billion before stabilizing a century or more from now. Women in most countries are still having more than the two-child average consistent with a stable population size. Moreover, so many young people are now entering or moving through their childbearing years that even a two-child average would still boost population size for a few decades until the momentum of past growth subsides. Yet there is reason for optimism. The combination of access to family planning and other reproductive health services, education for girls and economic opportunity for women could lower birthrates enough to stabilize world population well before a doubling of today's total.

Motivation, rather than differential access to modern contraception is a major determinant of fertility.  Individuals frequently respond to scarcity by having fewer children, and to perceived improved economic opportunity by having more children. Economic development does not cause family size to shrink; rather, at every point where serious economic opportunity beckons, family size preferences expand.

A)  Foreign aid conveys to the recipients the perception of improving economic wellbeing, which is followed by an increase in the fertility of the recipients of the aid.

B)  Migrations from regions of low economic opportunity to places of higher economic opportunity result in an increase in the fertility of the migrants that persists for a generation or two.

The need is not to control population growth. Governments cannot control childbearing and attempts to do so have sometimes led to coercive approaches to reproduction that violate human rights. The need is rather to expand the power individuals have over their own lives, especially by enabling them to choose how many children to have and when to have them.

Investing in education for girls helps them to contribute to their national economies and to postpone childbearing until they are ready for a family. Providing credit and other economic opportunities for women creates alternatives to early and frequent childbearing. Finally, better access to quality reproductive health services directly benefits women and their families. These approaches increase human capacity, providing the greatest long-term return to societies, individuals and the environment. Moreover, they are likely to lead to an early peak in world population next century.

Comprehensive population policies are an essential element in a global development strategy that combines access to reproductive health services, education and economic opportunities, improved energy and natural resource technologies, and to healthyer models of consumption and the good life. Global Dialogue 2009 will therefore have a major focus on such global development strategy, and building global communities for all life on Earth being the final result and objective.

There are many other important issues in support of comprehensive population policies: societal family image, community rights, population health, poverty, scarcity of resources and drinking water, and the destruction of the global life-support systems and eco-systems of the planet. So, in all, Global Dialogue 2017 includes major issues such as:
  • The role of education in building Global Communities for all life. Global Dialogue 2000, the World Congress on Managing and Measuring Sustainable Development - Global Community Action 1, focussed on a Global Community Action Plan to bring together all grassroot movements and civil society to the building of Global Communities for all life on Earth. Global Dialogue 2017 will make this Global Action Plan a reality by calling upon educators a humanitarian service for the education of this generation on the goods of building Global Communities for all life.
  • How to motivate women to postpone childbearing later in life and have less or no children.
  • Comprehensive population policies may be derived from aspetcs such as:
    * societal family image,
    * community rights,
    * population health,
    * poverty,
    * scarcity of resources and drinking water, and the
    * destruction of the global life-support systems and eco-systems of the planet.
  • A global development strategy that combines access to:
    * reproductive health services,
    * education and economic opportunities,
    * improved energy and natural resource technologies, and to
    * healthyer models of consumption and the good life.
  • Making use of the Global Information Media (GIM) in shaping the Global Community for all life on Earth.
  • How can the societal family image be changed to motivate women to postpone childbearing later in life and have less or no children.
  • The development of community rights focussing on global responsibility and accountability of everyone and the community towards decreasing population growth.
  • The integration of Global Citizens rights, responsibility and accountability into the basic social structure of a global community, a nation, and a nation-state.
  • The integration of the Statement of rights, responsibilities, and accountabilities into the basic social structure of a global community, a nation, and a nation-state.
  • The management of population health.
  • Obtaining a strong commitment from all Peoples to achieve a negative average annual population growth rate.
  • Implemented through the Global Community with built-in mechanisms for optimum input and oversight guaranteed to all member-states, the Global Community offers a practicable starting point for achieving:

    (a)     a healthful, sustainable environment for every global community citizen,
    (b)     universal health care, publicly supported,
    (c)     education for all based upon individual capability,
    (d)     creative/productive employment for every global community citizen, and
    (e)     post-retirement security.

  • The Global Community is inviting you to participate in the formation of global symbiotical relationships between communities, nations, businesses, or a combination of them. This can be accomplished through the formation of global ministries. The formation of global ministries is the most important event in human history. Humanity sees the need to manage the world affairs in several aspects of our lives: energy, agriculture, environment, health, Earth resources, Earth management, security and safety, emergencies and rescues, trade, banks, speculation on world markets, peace, family and human development, water resources protection, youth, education, justice, science and technology, finance, human resources, ethics, human and Earth rights, sustainable development, industry, and manufacturing products, etc. Global ministries will be given power to rule themselves in harmony with each other. The Global Community is calling for the immediate formation of the:
    Global Health Ministry,
    Global Education and Training Ministry, and
    Global Social Services Ministry

  • Criteria of what makes 'a global community'; criteria of what makes a nation, a State; criteria to create a new nation, a nation-state, and to dissolve one.
  • Having created a global community, a nation, or a state, how would we integrate the Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act into the basic social structure.
  • Having created a global community, a nation, or a state, how would we have the people accepting an ever closer Earth Government among them and living a global life as per the Global Constitution
  • Actions for the good of all as per the Statement of rights, responsibilities, and accountabilities of the Global Community citizens. Statement of rights, responsibilities, and accountabilities
  • All nations and every person on Earth live a life as global citizens
  • The Scale of Human and Earth Rights replaces the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as a guiding tool to dealing with one another
  • Global Laws of the Global Constitution become universal and well used
  • Obtaining a strong commitment from all Peoples to achieve a negative average annual population growth rate
  • Adopting and actively practicing the new way of doing business
  • Competition wil only be good when corporations, the business world, has accepted the new way of doing business and obtained the Certified Corporate Global Community Citizenship. Over its long past history trade has never evolved to require from the trading partners to become legally and morally responsible and accountable for their products from beginning to end. At the end the product becomes a waste and it needs to be properly dispose of. Now trade must be given a new impetus to be in line with the global concepts of the Global Community. You manufacture, produce, mine, farm or create a product, you become legally and morally responsible and accountable of your product from beginning to end (to the point where it actually becomes a waste; you are also responsible for the proper disposable of the waste). This product may be anything and everything from oil & gas, weapons, war products, to genetically engineered food products. All consumer products. All medicinal products! All pharmaceutical products!
  • Adopt policies to decrease world population:
  • Delay reproduction until later in life. Delaying reproduction is important in influencing population growth rates. Over a period of 60 years, if people delay reproduction until they are 30 years old, you would have only two generations, while if you do not delay reproduction you would have three generations (one generation every 20 years).
  • Spread your children farther apart.
  • To have fewer children overall.
  • Government commitment to decreasing population growth. Create policies that help decreasing the number of children being born. Policies such as income tax deductions for dependent children and maternity and paternity leaves are essentially pronatalist and should be eliminated.
  • Programs that are locally designed and that include information on family planning and access to contraceptives.
  • Educational programs that emphasize the connection between family planning and social good.
  • The vast disparities in reproductive health worldwide and the greater vulnerability of the poor to reproductive risk point to several steps all governments can take, with the support of other sectors, to improve the health of women and their families:
  • Give women more life choices. The low social and economic status of women and girls sets the stage for poor reproductive health.
  • Invest in reproductive health care.
  • Encourage delays in the onset of sexual activity and first births.
  • Help couples prevent and manage unwanted childbearing.
  • Ensure universal access to maternal health care.
  • Support new reproductive health technologies.
  • Increase efforts to address the HIV pandemic.
  • Involve communities in evaluating and implementing programs.
  • Develop partnerships with the private sector, policymakers and aid donors to broaden support for reproductive health.
  • Measure progress.
  • Participate in Global Dialogue 2017 to help humanity find solutions.
  • More and more young people on every continent want to start bearing children later in life and to have smaller families than at any time in history. Likewise, in greater proportions than ever, women and girls in particular want to go to school and to college, and they want to find fulfilling and well-paid employment. Helping people in every country obtain the information and services they need to put these ambitions into effect is all that can be done, and all that needs to be done, to bring world population growth to a stable landing this century.
  • We follow God's Plan, the Will of God, His New Revelations we were given just a few years ago, and His Soul of Humanity in guiding us ahead


Issues from previous Global Dialogues are included as issues of Global Dialogue 2017.

Issues and Workshop Sessions of Global Dialogue 2017 were very successful in helping us live a life as per the Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act

Issues related to Global Dialogue 2017 with theme 'The Global Constitution' are found at the following Main Index: Main Index of the Global Constitution

You may also participate in editing the 28 Chapters and Preamble of the Global Constitution.

So far, throughout the year 2016, we have accomplished an enormous amount of work all of which to the benefit of humanity. Global Dialogue 2016 has been a success of great work and co-operation amongst all Global Community citizens from 130 Nations. The approval of the Global Constitution by Global Parliament will benefit us all in the decades to come.

Global Dialogue 2017 is a continuation of this great work. We want everyone to participate. Submit your work for Global Dialogue 2017as per the OVERVIEW of the process Global Dialogue 2017 OVERVIEW of the process

Submit a group project, could be a school, college or university project:
A)    Send us your own short version of the Global Constitution. The Global Constitution approved by Global Parliament It has to be developed from the actual longer version approved by Global Parliament.

B)    Send us your own short version of the proposed Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act It has to be developed from the actual longer version.

Depending on the level of participation, we may have different categories for these special projects.

Global Parliament will be reviewing all proposals.

During the Ceremonies of Global Dialogue 2017, Global Dialogue 2017 a special Award ECO Award will be given to the group with the best short version.


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1.     Israel is not 'a global community' and, therefore, not a nation.
2.     Israel is a military outpost of the United States: the 'US-milpost'.
3.     The Earth Court of Justice is to decide the fate of Israel and of the Palestinians.
4.     Israel is to stop its military actions against Lebanon and the Palestinians.
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 702   Reduce food waste.
  703   Replenish groundwater sources.
 704   Improve storage of excess water
 705   Increase energy efficiencies of desalination.
  706   Improve groundwater management
 707   Introduce treated wastewater, storm water or rainfall into the aquifer by the use of wells or by altering conditions to increase natural infiltration.
 708   Prepare all coastal settlements around the world for a substantial increase in ocean water level.
 709   Use sustainable "clean" energy technologies and "clean" management technologies to reduce energy waste.
  710   Reduce the environmental impact of fossil fuel consumption.
  711   Energy policy must encourage consumption to decrease and reduce demand.
  712   Encourage childfree couples.
 713   Give women the choice of not having children and make that choice socially acceptable.
 714   Apply the Global Community global strategy concerning overpopulation.
 715   Apply the Global Community policies to decrease world population.
 716   Enforce the Global Community moratorium on world population, the fertility rate and immigration applications.
 717   Condemn the three faces of warfare we see in the world today: 1) military, 2) economic, and 3) population.
  718   Implement the Scale of Global Rights in society so as to give Peoples a sense of direction now and for future planning and managing Earth.
 719   Create Peace in the world by managing instabilities existing between Peoples, and between Peoples and the Earth life-support systems. The three face of warfare that cause instabilities worldwide are:
1. the military, and its armament industry,
2. uncontrolled economics and overconsumption, and
3. overpopulation.
 720   Demonstrate the concept of "a Global Community" to children and youths.
 721   Walk outdoors with children and youths to a location with as many natural elements as possible - park, river, lake, mountain.
  722   Make children and youths discover for themselves why each member of "a Global Community" is important - each bird, each tree, each little animal, each insect, plant and human being, ~ and how all work together to create a good place to live.
 723  Teach children and youths the Glass-bubble concept of a Global Community.
Here is a sample-mini lesson plan to assist Elementary School Teachers to demonstrate the concept of Global Community to children.

To experience the concept of "global community" walk outdoors in a location with as many natural elements as possible - city, park, river, mountains - be prepared to really look, to really see whatever surrounds you.

Look up, look down, to the right, to the left, in front and behind you.
Imagine all this space is inside a giant clear glass bubble.
This is "a global community." Wherever you go, you are inside a "global" community. Every thing, every living creature there, interacts one upon the other. Influences inter-weave and are responsible for causes and effects. Worlds within worlds orbiting in and out of one another's space, having their being. Your presence has influence on everything else inside your immediate global community.

Learn to be aware of that and act accordingly, to create good or destroy, to help or to hurt. Your choice. To do good is being a responsible global citizen.

Now let us explore this Global Community that we have visited and discover why each member is important ~ each bird, each tree, each little animal, each insect, plant and human being ~ and how all work together to create a good place to live.

You walk like a giant in this Global Community. To all the tiny members you are so big, so powerful, even scary? You can make or break their world. But by knowing their needs, and taking care, you can help your whole Global Community be a good one. You become a good global citizen.

Why are you important to this "Global Community"?
* Why is it important to you?
* What do you like about it?
* What bothers you about it?
* Anything need to be done?
* What is really good there?
* What is very very important?
* What is not so important?
* What is not good?
* What is needed to keep the good things?
* What could make them even better?
* What do they do to keep the good things good?
* Could they help get rid of bad things?
* What unimportant things need to go?
* How could they help get rid of these things?

Let each child be aware he either grows up to be a person who helps or a person who destorys. Each child makes his own choice. He creates his own future in this way. This may or may not inspire some sort of creative project, of what "could be" to aid this Global
Community to remain healthy.

To interact knowledgeably within one's global community has to be taught ~ especially to urban children. It has to be brought to them very clearly all life forms interact and depend upon other life forms for survival. They need to know "reasons why" ignorance of nature's law causes such damage, and why working in harmony with nature produces such good results.

The concept of the Glass Bubble can be extended to include the planet Earth and all the "global communities" contained therein. That is "the Global Community".
 724  Teach children and youths that they have the right to make choices and how this right is part of their Personal Sustainable Development.

Suggested ideas upon which a creative teacher may build a program in Personal Sustainable Development for Children, which develops their ability to make decisions.

Most of us have been brought up with the knowledge adults make their own choices ~ and pay the price. Could children not be made aware of this as well?

Even a child could see if he acts in certain ways, things can backfire and cause harm. And also that he can act in ways that attracts good things ~ even over a period of time. If a child has the habit of reacting to unpleasant life events in knee-jerk revenge or angry responses, sparks fly and nasty side-effects flare up all around him. Such action causes memories that rankle for years.
It is very important for children to have experience in choosing to react well, even in little things.
It is not so important that one agree with other children all the time. One obeys parents and teachers. But a child has to be taught it is not required of him to be somebody's victim; that is o.k. to disagree with a course of action.
What must be let go is the uncontrolled way some children react to the troubles of their lives. Let us teach them making unproductive choices attracts even more trouble and frustration. Reacting in inappropriate ways in time of conflict must stop.
Teaching a child how to sustain the development of his own life toward happy solutions calls for a series of small victories, each one easily achieved.
Perhaps the best place to start is care and management of the child's own room at home, and his own personal care. Once the child feels he has his personal space just the way he wants it, he can advance to dealing one by one with family members, later on, school-mates.
Older children could be encouraged to keep a journal about incidents, and how things happened and were worked out.
Referring back to these records, a child gains a sense of mastery, and quickly builds up finesse with successful ways and means, good phrases to use and so on.
It won't take long before a child has solid evidence that bad luck and tough breaks were only wrong moves that could have been avoided.
He'll get the conviction it is not people or "things" that makes him happy. He is making himself happy ~ it is a state of mind he has created for himself.
This self-improvement journey will sustain him for as long as he uses it, the results to be enjoyed for ever.
  725  The need to change the "who cares?" attitude in children.

Human beings and other life species need oxygen to live. Trees, plants and growing things provide oxygen. Therefore we destroy the source of oxygen at our peril.

The above is a vitally important fact.
It is very important to have many areas of healthy green growth.
It is not so important that every person owns his own green area.

But what has to go is the "who cares?" attitude which stems from ignorance about the importance of green growing areas.

Everyone who wants a life has to take responsibility for it.

  726  Let children and youths know that each and everyone of us is part of "a Global Community" wherever we go throughout our life. Personal sustainable development has to do with our behavior within this global community, what we do or dont, cause and effect, and how we interact with someone else global community and, on the planetary scale, with the Global Community. We are constantly required to re-evaluate our values and make decisions. Make them to understand that it is OK to question our ways and behaviors and start a discussion amongst us all about a universal scale of values. As an example, this may be the time to introduce the Scale of Global Rights of the Global Community.
 727  The appalling dilemma of decision-making. The idea here is to teach children and youths a unique way to make decisions.
Life's major problems make us react ~ and there are myriad possible reactions ~ but to be of a mind-set that allows one to calmly face the problem detached from emotion in order to pick the best solution, may quite possibly be the most powerful tool of any person interested in personal development.

Human desires, vanities, attachments to family mores, influence these decisions and so they tend to be accurate expressions of each individual's character at that particular time.

Our choice, in the end, is what we want because of what we feel.

This particular assessment of any given situation appears to express our level of development as a human being devoted to building strong character.

One feels the most honest thing to do is face exactly what is presented on the horns of our dilemma for our choice:~ One solution will satisfy old values. The other will be in accord with new.

As a human, one is challenged - go forward, or not (just yet).

We are endlessly faced with the same choice hidden in endless guises unitl we "get it right."

  728  Improvement based on conscience is self-improvement which requires discipline to get rid of things that have to go and be replaced by actions that succeed.

Conscience in the minds of children is needed for they will inherit the earth.

Conscience in the mind of a person:
He/she realizes his/her personal life needs changes. He needs self-empowerment...free thought upon which his creativity for a better life will grow.
He will face, and reject all that must go.
He will replace bad habits.
He will meet his needs with self-empowerment.
No one else's.
To empower himself is the first step.

The ultimate war of independence is to decide for yourself to know what you want to "own" your life quest outright free and clear of imaginary obligation or laid-on guilt.

A man (a woman) has the right to decide what he will become and must go through his personal clean-up with the aim of becoming: a better person, a better neighbour, a better citizen, and more useful member of his global community.

Every man (woman) must make a personal decision about:
What is most important to me?
What about me deserves to be nurtured?
What is holding me back?
What requires serious attention?
What about me needs "starving out" so good qualities can grow?

 729  What is personal sustainable development? Why is this important to teach children and youths?
Personal sustainable development has to do with each and everyone of us:

a. being with self-control; eating to accommodate your body's needs and holding hereditary ills in check; maintaining a well working physical vehicle(your body); balancing our life with work, play and rest; feeding our mind and being constantly learning; communicating with others

b. living with the empowerment of free-thought, creativity

c. taking charge of our lives

d. planning for our own future

Everyone has to decide this by himself. Knowing our weaknesses we can work eliminating them or at least making sure they would not affect significantly our decision-making process. It is a struggle that spans our lifetime.

What to decide?
Once an individual is in control of his own being then he can extend his empowerment out to his global community and the Global Community.

This way each person has to decide what:

a. are the things holding us back and requiring serious attention and how can they be starved-out so good things may grow
b. is most important
c. deserves to be nurtured

At the end each and everyone of us decides what sort of person we want to become. After going through this personal clean-up we become a better citizen, a more sensitive neighbour, a moral responsible father, and a more useful and respected member of the Global Community.

 730  What spiritual values and survival should be taugth to children and youths?
What conduct is correct if survival is the issue?
In Nature:
Predators are involved in eating other life forms, young of any other species sometimes their own.
In our History:
We have seen cannibalism, murders, wars. Wars have been and are still the most unsustainable action of our species. Wars destroy everything and everyone. Wars satisfy self-interest of a small group of people. Wars keep gun, ship, plane, computer manufacturers and people working with them happy and well fed and give them security for the rest of their lives. Wars are often taken or created in another country by a superpower for the purpose of creating wealth and a healthy economic development in the country of the superpower but completely destroy the country(ies) submitted to the war machine.

Having said that what are spiritual values to sustain life? Most people are part of a religious group to use as an excuse for killing other people and destroying communities in other countries. Children and youths should be taught the secret wisdom behind all the existing religions and helping them to sift out the common truths. Let them seek the best of the best. The teaching of the Soul of all Life would certainly be the best of the best.

 731  Old rules to deal with old fears.
Many rules are made to empower the rule-maker only learn to recognize those kind of rules! For they are seldom good for the person who obeys such rules.

Old fears have sometimes to do with family feud over several generations.
Old fears could be:
1. a traditional hatred of people based on religious differences, skin colour, life styles, language differences, inter-marriage
2. suspicious of strangers
3. supertitions
4. inaccurate beliefs due to ignorance
5. inaccurate knowledge and interpretation of a religion

Things to go:
1. Living in the past with old traditions, old wives'wisdom
2. Family beliefs(racism)
3. Old-age values
4. Archaic mores
5. Ghetto-ism
6. Class systems
7. Slavery
8. Cast systems
9. Sweatshops
10. Perversions: child prostitution, child selling, etc.

 732  Human conscience.

Conscience means human have the knowledge to keep the planet healthy; it is the science of determining right and wrong. In case of the human conscience towards the planet's survival it is:
a. Saving the planet from becoming an uninhabitable place
b. Stopping the planet from becoming an uninhabitable place

Human conscience should prevent the planet from becoming uninhabitable. How much of what we have in spiritual values do we have to leave behind? Old ideas and thoughts, traditions, laws, ways of doing things must be re-evaluated and some left behind.

Human conscience will insist all possible measures be taken to prevent the planet from becoming uninhabitable.

Education is necessary to awaken all people in all countries to the frightening fact that unless we all take responsibility for plant life it will soon become uninhabitable. It will no longer be able to support human life.

The most important factor in human existence is survival. To survive we need oxygen and we need food and shelter. Oxygen is provided by green plants. Therefore, we'd darn well better see we have lots of green growing plants.

Most people nowadays are urban dwellers. Urban people do not know the source of their food. Therefore people have to be taught to protect their food supply.

Things we do in our country can affect people on the other side of the planet. We exchange food with one another; there is a constant exchange of goods, services, manufactured products, basic products, energy, etc. If our manufactured plants produce pollution into the air this will affect food produced South of us.

Self-interest, self-preservation as a species, as peoples and inhabitants of this planet, instinct, are all driving forces of global human consciousness. Global consciousness is about a chain of dependence; everything depends on another form of life for survival like a symbiosis: lifeforms who contribute to the food or well-being of another species.

 733  The Universal Scale of Values or Scale of Global Rights must be taught to children and youths.

The Scale was developed by evaluating impacts with respect to four interacting concerns (people's lives, resources, economic development and the environment) based on a new scale of values. The scale of values is about establishingwhat is very important to ensure a sound future for Earth, and to keep our planet healthy, productive and hospitable for all people and living things, what is important, what is not so important, and what should be let go.
The Scale gives a person a sense of direction, a goal to achieve, and the hope that by achieving the goal the world will be a better place and at Peace. From this scale, agreed upon by all members of the Global Community, the assessment of sustainable development can be conducted. The benchmark is the scale established in year 2000 along with the first evaluation of sustainable development conducted with respect to the above mentioned four levels.

 734  Explain the main goal of Global Community.
New standards, goals and objectives have to be defined. Firm universal guidelines are essentials in keeping the world healthy. Already we notice throughout the world new ways of thinking being embraced, new behaviors and attitudes adopted. Sound workable solutions to all our problems will have to be researched and developed and made available to everyone on the Internet. This is the main goal of the Global Community organization.

The aim of the Global Community is to give people an opportunity to meet, encourage and advise one another about original ways to best harmonize impacts upon:

· the lives of people
· natural resources
· environment
· economic development


We must abandon ideas and old ways which have not worked well, including traditional ways that have simply become habits. Getting rich at the expense of everyone else is no longer acceptable. Over the decades, history has proven projects and actions which ignored everything except a special interest have resulted in ultimate failure and human misery.

The Global Community aims to establish a UNIVERSAL BENCHMARK for the 21st Century made up of a Scale of Global Rights for sustainable development based on universal indicators.
For example:
Human beings and other life species need oxygen to live. Trees, plants and growing things provide oxygen. Therefore we destroy the source of oxygen at our peril.

The above is a vitally important fact. It is very important to have many areas of healthy green growth. It is not so important that every person owns his own green area.

But what has to go is the "who cares?" attitude which stems from ignorance about the importance of green growing areas.

In other words, everyone who wants a life has to take responsibility for it.

 735  Conduct exercises to learn about specific species and create projects. Imagine what their own Glass Bubbles might be like.
Using evolution-of-species charts, maps of continental drift and records of climate over the ages examine the evolutionary changes in your chosen species, imagining the glass bubbles, or global communities in which they lived at each stage of development.

Consider climate, food supply, possible life hazards.

Think!
Pretend you are there.

Use your imagination to pretend you are actually inside that glass bubble, that global community, with your selected species. Feel the situation. Respond to the need of your species. Understand what makes things happen.

Oral Presentations   or Papers

*    Describe why major physical changes came to the body of your chosen species over time, even causing sub-species.

*    Clarify how climate changes caused the need for a different kind of food, and illustrate how the body adapted and changed in certain areas to accommodate the new food, new location, new climate. Document how life-styles changed and sub-species developed over the ages.

*    Record the special skills in survival, collection of food, dealing with danger, of the various sub-species as evolution occured in its different branches of the family tree.

Follow-up

Bringing the new knowledge home to see how it fits in our lives as well.

Imagine

You are in your private glass bubble, the global community in which you live every day.
Changes have come to your environment:
-    Temperatures have shot up 10% and stayed there.
-    There is no place for the water to drain off, and the rain falls every day.

How does this influence your daily life?
How do you dress?
How do you get to school?
Where do you play?
Where does your food come from now?
What is there around that you could eat?
What new skills do you need to develop?
How are the adults in your life coping with this?
What happened to their jobs?
Where would they move?


Suppose the climate change in our imaginary scenario persisted.

How might the human species evolve over the next 10,000 years?

Create a class project

Make a panoramic model of a global community with evolved humans, who have survived the heat and the water. Show all the likely adaptations they would make. Record other life-style changes including food.

Students taking part in such a study are quite likely to internalize the following basic truths:

*    what we put into our bodies matters
*    nature's laws must be respected and adapted to
*    climate can be dealt with once we understand its causes
*    there is still time for us to "clean up our act" as humans, and co-operate with nature to keep this planet healthy and comfortable for all life forms
*    every species relies heavily for survival on the co-operation and support of its global community
*    every single thing in a global community is an important part of the whole

 736  Make children and youths build their own self-improvement way.
There are a number of ideas to keep a child's development sustainable:
1. Eating for power: combinations of foods that create vitality and health.
2. Making good things to eat: simple meals children can make for themselves.
3. Where good food comes from: individual garden plots at school growing food that keeps them strong and healthy. Community effort is necessary to make this work ~ gardens grow during summer holidays. They need constant care.
4. Developing the perfectly healthy body: games and exercises, activities that develop a great body (swimming, skating, skiing, roller-blading, etc.)
5. Developing an open mind: ideas, concepts, attitudes that have proven to work well in foreign societies as well as our own.
6. How learning works: how to study, how to memorize, how to think, logic. Finding "best ways" to do things, workable sound solutions.
7. Children have to learn to become problem solvers as they will be facing global problems on a daily basis.
8. How kindness works: how people react; cause and effect of action; living smoothly.
9. What is happiness: LOVE is a verb; one does nice things for others.

Suggested ideas upon which a creative teacher may build a program in Personal Sustainable Development for children, which develops their ability to make decisions.

Most of us have been brought up with the knowledge adults make their own choices ~ and pay the price. Could children not be made aware of this as well?

Even a child could see if he acts in certain ways, things can backfire and cause harm. And also that he can act in ways that attracts good things ~ even over a period of time.

If a child has the habit of reacting to unpleasant life events in knee-jerk revenge or angry responses, sparks fly and nasty side-effects flare up all around him. Such action causes memories that rankle for years.

It is very important for children to have experience in choosing to react well, even in little things.

It is not so important that one agree with other children all the time. One obeys parents and teachers. But a child has to be taught it is not required of him to be somebody's victim; that is OK to disagree with a course of action.

What must be let go is the uncontrolled way some children react to the troubles of their lives.
Let us teach them making unproductive choices attracts even more trouble and frustration.
Reacting in inappropriate ways in time of conflict must stop.

Teaching a child how to sustain the development of his own life toward happy solutions calls for a series of small victories, each one easily achieved.

Perhaps the best place to start is care and management of the child's own room at home, and his own personal care. Once the child feels he has his personal space just the way he wants it, he can advance to dealing one by one with family members, later on, school-mates.

Older children could be encouraged to keep a journal about incidents, and how things happened and were worked out.

Referring back to these records, a child gains a sense of mastery, and quickly builds up finesse with successful ways and means, good phrases to use and so on.

It won't take long before a child has solid evidence that bad luck and tough breaks were only wrong moves that could have been avoided.

He'll get the conviction it is not people or "things" that makes him happy. He is making himself happy ~ it is a state of mind he has created for himself.

This self-improvement journey will sustain him for as long as he uses it, the results to be enjoyed for ever.

 737  Actions geared to survive a million years as a species.
 738  Regulate world population by means that are voluntary and benign.
 739  Take along with us a large proportion of other lifeforms.
 740  Recognize that men and women have equal rights.
 741  Build global communities for peace with the understanding of global problems this generation is facing: conflicts and wars, no tolerance and compassion for one another, world overpopulation, unemployment, insufficient protection and prevention for global health, scarcity of resources and drinking water, poverty, Fauna and Flora species disappearing at a fast rate, global warming and global climate change, global pollution, permanent lost of the Earth's genetic heritage, and the destruction of the global life-support systems and the eco-systems of the planet.

We need to build global communities that will manage themselves with the understanding of those problems. All aspects are interrelated: global peace, global sustainability, global rights and the environment. The jobless is more concerned with ending starvation, finding a proper shelter and employment, and helping their children to survive. Environmental issues become meaningless to the jobless. In reality, all concerns are interrelated because the ecology of the planet has no boundaries. Obviously, as soon as our environment is destroyed or polluted beyond repair, human suffering is next.
 742  Teach Peace in local communities by finding their problems and concerns, and making a difference for the better.
 743  Find statements from all religions, all faiths, that promote ethical and moral responsibility to life and a responsible Earth management. This was assumed to work well within the context of the global civilization of the 3rd Millennium and after defining the Global Community criteria of symbiotical relationships . In this context, we have defined that any symbiotical relationship is for the good of all. It is based on a genuine group concern and unconditional support for the individual's well-being ~ a giant leap in human behaviour. Symbiotical relationships are needed today for the long term future of humanity, for the protection of life on our planet, and to bring about the event of peace amongst us all.

The fundamental criteria of any symbiotical relationship is that a relationship is created for the good of all groups participating in the relationship and for the good of humanity, all life on Earth. The relationship allows a global equitable and peaceful development and a more stable and inclusive global economy.

Religious rituals now support the conservation efforts and play a central role in governing the sustainable use of the natural environment.
 744  Give every global citizen essential services.
The Global Movement to Help , an initiative of the Global Community and of the Federation of Global Governments , is now applying more emphasis on the urgent need from the people of all nations to give everyone essential services. The urgent need to give all Global Citizens essential services was made obvious in the past few years after the occurrence of natural disasters, and the global destruction created by the military.
 745  Educate the coming generation with good principles.
Our Global Peace Mouvement is about the courage to live a life in a harmonious peace order and showing by example, thus preventing poverty, wars, terror and violence. We need to educate the coming generations with good principles, being compassionate, social harmony and global sustainability being some of them.
 746  Introduce and teach Soul of all Life teaching about Peace.
Soul of all Life said in Global Peace Earth "Soul of all Life teaching about Peace: Introduction"
Peace is being who you are without fear. It is the "being who you are" who must be taught a value based on principles to live by. Only principles described in Global Law are necessary and required to attain Peace in the world.  Soul teaching on Peace
 747  Use the Global Community methods of teaching to children and youths.
Throughout Global Dialogue 2013, i.e. from September 1st, 2011, to August 31st, 2013, Global Peace Village will present several methods of teaching to children and youths as they are more likely to absorb and retain the internal structures needed to bring about Peace to future generations. These methods of teaching have already been laid down by the Global Community during the 1990s. We are showing some of the papers with their links just below here. They were copied in http://globalcommunitywebnet.com/PeaceNow/Old1999Papers.html for fast reading.
 748  Use the Global Community animations to teach Peace to children and youths.


Global Dialogue 2011 Issues

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 670  Naturalization
  671   Customs enforcement
 672  Immigration Reform
 673  Immigration Laws
  674  Visa
 675  Citizenship
 676  Employment
 677   Settling in a new country
  678  Migrants around the world today
  679  Immigration consultants & services
  680  Refugees
 681  Motive for immigration from the country of origin
 682  International adoption
 683  Economic migration
 684  Cost of immigration
 685  Retirement immigration
  686  Other motives for migrations: a) persecution
 687  b) frequent abuse
 688   c) bullying
 689   d) oppression
  690  e) ethnic cleansing
 691  f) genocide
 692  g) war
  693  h) to escape dictatorship
  694  i) family reunification
 695  j) transnational marriage
  696  Moratorium on world population, the fertility rate and immigration applications
 697  Immigration applicants must satisfy the Global Community standard for a population fertility rate of 1.3 children per family
 698  Population warfare
 699   A form of cultural and/or religious aggression and invasion by having a much too high number of new born babies
 700  What immigration does is to infringe into the most important rights on the Scale of Global Rights: Sections 1, 2, and 3. It amounts at creating the world overpopulation problem which is way far more destructive than conducting military warfare. The Global Community condemns all types of warfare we see in the world today: military, economic and population. Surely the rights to protect the existence of all life on our planet are more important than cultural and religious rights.
 701   Earth management includes problems with immigration in the world. We have shown that all aspects are inter-related and affect one another. Population warfare amounts to increasing demands for more resources but nations are already fighting for what is left of natural resources on the planet. Today, we need five healthy Earths to feed the world population. And population warfare also amounts to a specific cultural or religious group of a population trying to gain control of a nation by increasing its size and affecting the political outcomes of government in power. All about control!


Global Dialogue 2010 Issues

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 640  Global Parliament Constitution Preamble
  641  Chapter I: Global Parliament represents, its "Beliefs, Values, Principles and Aspirations"
 642  Chapter II: Earth Security and Peace
 643  Chapter III: Global Parliament membership
  644  Chapter IV: Global Community concepts and universal values
 645  Chapter V: The establishment of Global Communities
 646  Chapter VI: Global Community Citizenship
 647  Chapter VII: Global symbiotical relationships between Global Parliament and Member Nations [
  648  Chapter VIII: Enhanced cooperation between Member Nations
  649  Chapter IX: The democratic base of Global Parliament
  650  Chapter X: Scale of Global Rights
 651  Chapter XI: Limits of Global Parliament competences
 652  Chapter XII: Exercise of Global Parliament competence
 653  Chapter XIII: Global Parliament finances
 654  Chapter XIV: Global Parliament with its governing institutions and bodies
 655  Chapter XV: Consistency between the different policies and activities of Global Parliament
  656  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
 657  Chapter XVII: Economic and monetary policy of Global Parliament
 658  Chapter XVIII: Global policies in other areas of Global Parliament
 659  Chapter XIX: Freedom, security and justice without borders
  660  Chapter XX: Areas where Global Parliament may take coordinating, complementary or supporting action
 661  Chapter XXI: Special relationships between groups of Member Nations and Territories and statement regarding non-self-governing Territories
 662  Chapter XXII: Global Parliament's action on the international scene
  663  Chapter XXIII: Safeguards and Reservations
  664  Chapter XXIV: Global provisions
 665  Chapter XXV: Protocols
  666  Chapter XXVI: Global Parliament Departments
 667  Chapter XXVII: Founding Members of the Global Community and Global Parliament
 668  Chapter XXVIII: Global Constitution Advisory Board
 669  Chapter XXIX: Protocol of National Parliaments in Global Parliament




Global Dialogue 2009 Issues

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 564   Planetary state of emergency
 565  Earquakes, cyclones and other natural disasters require a rapid and efficient response from the world to help those in needs.
 566  Global Rights
 567  Earth rights revisited
 568  Human rights revisited
 569  Hunger in the world
 570  Food capacity
 571  Food quality
 572  Biofuels
 573  'Clean' energy
 574  Blood resources revisited
 575  Melting of the Polar Cap and glaciers
 576  Rising sea levels
 577  Natural disasters
 578  Human created disasters and destruction
 579  Poverty revisited
 580  World leadership
 581  Global Protection Agency in action
 582  Global Law applied in situations
 583  Federation of Global Governments in action
 584  Global Movement to Help
 585  Primordial Human Rights revisited
 586  Federation guarantees global rights
 587  As a first step to getting help, all nations can and should approve those first three sections on the Scale. The approval would supersede the nation political and physical borders of participating member nations. The Global Protection Agency (GPA) would have the approval from all member nations to give immediate help, bypassing normal government protocols. Somewhat like an emergency unit but at the global level. That is what those first three sections mean. They represent an efficient and immediate emergency response to help.
 588   Short term solutions and long term solutions to global problems
 589   We need all nations to be a part of this Global Movement to Help.
 590  Scale of Global Rights revisited
 591   Human made global destruction and disasters require a rapid and efficient response from the world to help those in needs.
 592  Global warming of the planet due to human activities revisited
 593  Climate change future impacts
 594   Economic and military invasion of nations
 595  Absence of fair and democratic global governance at the United Nations and European Union
 596  Pollution worldwide
 597  Nations capable of extreme actions against humanity and all life
 598  Preventive actions against destruction of the global environment, conflicts, pollution, genocides, invasion of nations, violation of global rights, and Global Law.
 599   A rapid and efficient response from the world to help those in needs
 600  The Global Protection Agency (GPA) would have the approval from all member nations to give immediate help, bypassing normal government protocols.
 601   An efficient and immediate emergency response to help globally
 602   Participating member nations need to give their approval to the GPA
 603   The GPA is a global organization much like the World Trade Organization (WTO) for trade between nations, the World Health Organization (WHO) for health, or the European Union, North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFT), South American Community of Nations (SACON) for trade and economics.
 604  The Global Protection Agency (GPA) will train and lead a global force, bypassing traditional peacekeeping and military bodies such as the United Nations and NATO. The GPA will enforce the law. And that is a long term solution to the planetary state of emergency we offer the Global Community. And that is also how we can stop the global warming of the planet and protect the global life-support systems, thus largely improving the quality of life of the next generations.
 605   Global Constitution revisited
 606   The Scale of Global Rights was designed to help all life on Earth.
 607   The Global Community offers a more meaningful union in the form of nine or more Global Governments.
 608  The Federation of Global Governments is the place of meeting between Global Governments. 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.
 609   Global citizens in action to help
 610  Global Parliament revisited
 611   Volunteering for the Global Community
 612  The Federation of Global Governments is now applying more emphasis on the urgent need from the people of all nations to give everyone essential services.
 613  Universal health care
 614  Global education
 615   Health and wellness
 616  Employment for all
 617  Global security
 618  Safety at work, on the road, at home, in all aspects of our life
 619  A shelter for everyone
 620   'Clean' energy
 621   A 'clean' environment
 622   A healthy environment
 623   Drinking fresh water
 624  Breathing clean air
 625   Eating a balance diet
 626   Basic clothing
 627  Global ecological rights
 628  Global environmental rights
 629  Global protection of life-support systems rights
 630   What will be given to the next generations
 631  Global commons and common values
 632   Our compassionate self
 633   Our way to Peace and harmony
 634   God's plan for humanity
 635  Soul of all Life guiding principle for life on Earth
 636   Global Law
 637   Our global vision
 638  Rights and Justice for all life on Earth
 639  Politics and Justice without borders


Global Dialogue 2008 Issues

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 457   Who owns the Earth?
 458  The planet-Life-Soul of Humanity symbiotical relationship
 459  To extend democratic principles down to the ownership and control of the earth.
 460  Our present land ownership affects our community, our politics, our environment, and quality of life.
 461  Global Economic Model proposed by the Global Community has a primary goal the protection of all life on this planet.
 462  "A global community" is not about a piece of land you acquired by force or otherwise. One could think of a typical community that does not have to be bounded by a geographical or political border. It can be people living in many different locations all over the world. The Global Community is thus more fluid and dynamic. We need to let go the archaic ways of seeing a community as the street where we live and contained by a border.
 463  A typical community may be what a group of people, together, wants it to be. It can be a group of people sharing with the same values. It can be a group of people with the same cultural background, or the same religious background. Or they can be people with totally different backgrounds and beliefs. The people making a global community may be living in many different locations on the planet. With today's communications it is easy to group people in this fashion. It can be a village, or two villages together where people have decided to unite as one community. The two villages may be found in different parts of the world. It can be a town, a city, or a nation. It can be two or more nations together.
 464  Following this thinking we see land ownership is no longer a problem. The Earth and all its natural resources belong to all the "global communities" contained therein. A village, or a city is "a global community" and owns the land around its boundaries. Along with the Global Community, it has ownership of all natural resources within its boundaries. We will see in the Preview how this new system can work.
 465  As mentioned above, land here, by definition, covers all naturally occurring resources like surface land, the air, minerals deposits (gold, oil and gas etc), water, electromagnetic spectrum, the trees, fish in the seas and rivers. It is unjust to treat land as private property.
 466  The Global Economic Model proposes to collect for the people a payment for the use of natural resources and to remove taxes on labor.
 467  A condition of "ownership" of any particular landsite or natural resource is payment for the use of natural resources back to the community as a whole. Payment for the use of natural resources is a source of public finance for the needs of the community.
 468   The community "allows" individual private use of sites on the condition that its fair rental value is paid to the community. If a particular land site is mismanaged then the community must charge a higher rate to pay for damages and cost of restoration.
 469  On the global level the Law of the Seas Covenant is an example of payment for the use of natural resources Ocean resources are the common heritage of all and a proper source of funding for global institutions. Water belongs to the earth and all species and is sacred to life therefore, the world’s water must be conserved, reclaimed and protected for all future generations and its natural patterns respected.
 470  Water is a fundamental human right and a public trust to be guarded by all levels of government; therefore, it should not be commodified, privatized or traded for commercial purposes. These rights must be enshrined at all levels of government. In particular, an international treaty must ensure these principles are noncontrovertable.
 471   All the Earth natural resources belong to the Global Community to be used, developed and protected for the maximum benefit of the people and of all life.
 472  The Global Economic Model allows for the establishment of micro credit facilities for farmers and women to promote their access to forms of land tenure that facilitate ownership of land.
 473  The goal of the Global Economic Model policy is to create a model of public finance which offers incentives for correct distribution of wealth amongst every global citizen.
 474  The model makes a clear distinction between private property and common property. Private property is that which is created by labor. Common property is that which is provided by nature. The Global Economic Model policy removes taxes from wages and other private property and increases taxes and user fees on common property.
 475  Only the Global Community can rightfully claim ownership of the Earth.
 476  The theme of this Global Dialogue being "The planet-Life-Soul of Humanity symbiotical relationship", we will see how the relationship can help this generation of young people and the next ones to remain healthy.
 477  The young people of to-day are interested in all the secret wisdom behind all the existing religions and sifting out the common truths. They seek the best of the best. They are aware of the Soul of Humanity and have established a spiritual symbiotical relationship with it, and thus with God. They seek the exaltation and merging of their Souls into one to gain strength, friendship, creativity, love and light.
 478  The young people today are educated to understand a broad panorama of human truths ~ all those universal needs and rights every one shares. The Scale of Human and Earth Rights has become an inner truth and the benchmark of the millennium in how they see all values. The Earth Court of Justice brings security, peace and justice for all. They no longer fear the unknown as Justice is for everyone and is everywhere, a universal constant. The Global Justice Movement for all life is now driven by these young people.
 479   The United Nations (UN) cannot have characteristics of sovereignty, which has been defined around a territory and population, is not the same thing as a sovereign UN. The Global Community can.
 480  The Global Community has in fact been defined around a given territory, that territory being the planet as a whole, as well as a specific population, which is the Global Community. The issue here is not that of populations and boundary lines, but of the demarcation of power and control over the earth that is the foremost formal attribute of sovereignty.
 481  The task of conservation, restoration, and management of the earth is vitally linked to the question of "Who owns the Earth?" The large gap between rich and poor is the cause of conflicts and wars.
 482  The impacts of our democratic institutions are devastating when so few people control most of the earth.
 483   The cost of peace has too often been the cost of continued injustice and conditions of economic servitude. Only Global Parliament has adequate legislation to overcome this problem.
 484  What we are seeing is the state of a new geography of conflict - a global landscape in which competition over vital resources is becoming the governing principle behind the disposition and use of military power. The result is a new strategic geography in which the control and use of natural resources rather than political boundaries are the major defining features.
 485   The primary social adjustment of the Global Community is to make sure that politics is not a pathway to wealth acquisition.
 486  We need to take a giant step forward to a new form of democracy. We, the Global Community, must now direct the wealth of the world towards the building of local-to-global economic democracies in order to meet the needs for food, shelter, universal healthcare, education, and employment for all.
 487  The Global Community has proposed a new democratic mandate recognizing that land, and all other natural resources rightly belong to the Global Community. The earth is our birthright and our common heritage.
 488  This criminal maldistribution of wealth must be stopped. We need to make some fundamental changes. We need political and economic systems based upon the human right to land and other natural resources.
 489   An individual, or a business should hold no more than is required for their home and sustenance. All that is not used should be held for the free use of family to make homesteads, and to hold them as long as they are so occupied.
 490  When it comes to property ownership it is the value of the improvement only, and not the earth itself, that is individual property. Every proprietor owes to the community a payment for the use of natural resources.
 491  The land problem is the root cause of the deterioration and mismanagement of our planet: loss of species and topsoil, polluted air and water, global warming and climate change - the list of catastrophes grows each day.
 492   The concentration of property in private hands began very early in Rome and was based on the idea of absolute and exclusive individual ownership in land. Modern civilization has not yet discarded this antiquated ownership concept. In fact, this is one of the main reasons of the present global crisis in which the rich becomes richer and the poor becomes poorer.
 493   Democratic governance is based on the firm foundation of equal rights to the land and resources of the earth, a democracy for all people which removes the burden of taxes from those who labor and directs government to collect the value of our common wealth for the benefit of all.
 494  Democratic systems of governance have must support the right to land as a human right.
 495  The unfair distribution of land ownership affects our community, our politics, our environment, and the quality of life on Earth. The Global Economic Model will have first and foremost the well-being of all the people on this planet.
 496  The Global Economic Model is based on respect and value all life on earth. It recognizes that we as human beings are trustees and caretakers of all life on Earth. The Global Economic Model extends the democratic mandate to solve the land problem by affirming the equal right of all people to the earth.
 497  The Global Economic Model is global, as people are freed to move beyond borders and boundaries and claim the whole earth as their birthplace.
 498  How the earth should be owned is the major economic question of this time. The world should be owned by all life. Our Bill of Rights does not proclaim the human right to the earth.
 499  We must grasp the injustice at the core of our present economic system. Our use of the earth as a market commodity is the basic flaw in our economic system.
 500  When land became a 'commodity' and lost its status as provider and sustainer of life, society began its history of subjugation and exploitation of the earth.
 501  Astronomical sums are currently accruing as unearned income to a relatively few individuals, families and corporations who are holding large amounts of land, and other natural resources as their own exclusive private property and as unearned income.
 502  One of the major functions of global governance is to grant clear titles to land and other property. We need only reflect for a moment on the fact that in Canada, for example, land was acquired by the colonizers from the native peoples under the old Roman empire land laws of "dominium" - the legalization of land acquired by conquest and plunder.
 503   Democratic political rights have not given society democratic economic rights.
 504  Taxes on labor and productive capital should gradually be removed, as the value of earth natural resources becomes the proper source of funding for the community.
 505  A significant proportion of the profit that has poured into the global banking system in the past several decades was not a product of honest labor, but was in fact funds generated from the use of natural resources such as oil.
 506  As payments for the use of natural resources are made, land speculation and poor land utilization diminsish.
 507   Those with minimum wage incomes are finding it increasingly difficult to afford decent housing.
 508  Intensively managed small farms and bio-intensive farming methods depending on renewable energy sources can bring both social and environmental stability.
 509  Our Global Movement for payment for the use of natural resources to create revenue can provide the basis for worldwide economic democracy.
 510  The solution to the problem of land speculation is payment for the use of natural resources to be used for the benefit of the whole community.
 511  Land value taxation can be the sole means of public finance. Under this policy, improvements on land will not be taxed, only the land value would be taxed. In other words, the financial needs of the community would be adequately taken care of out of the economic rent of land. When people are not taxed on their wages and the returns to capital, there would be no involuntary unemployment; and incomes would be good enough for everyone, such that poverty would be a historical curiosity.
 512  Payment for the use of natural resources policies shift taxes off of labor and productive capital and onto land and resources.
 513  A vast amount of the funds of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank represent a theft from the global commons. Under the common heritage principle, these funds would have been used to benefit the Global Community either by direct dividends or as interest free loans through a revolving loan fund type of system.
 514  Loans made by the world financial institutions should be declared illegal.
 515  A condition of "ownership" of any particular landsite or natural resource is payment for the use of natural resources back to the community as a whole.
 516  The rights of individuals in natural resources find their limits by the just rights of the Global Community.
 517  All the Earth natural resources belong to the Global Community to be used, developed and protected for the maximum benefit of the people and of all life.
 518   A very powerful few are in possession of the earth's resources virtually without taxation.
 519  To speak of enforceable global law is to speak of world power. Global Parliament has the power to make the laws of the land and to make the rules for the territory of the earth. Global Law has been and continue to be researched and developed for this purpose.
 520   The health of a person and the health of the Earth is interrelated.
 521   Allowing anyone to own the land on which and from which other people must live, we have given a person power that increases as material progress continues on.
 522  We need to take a giant step forward to a new form of democracy. We, the Global Community, must now direct the wealth of the world towards the building of local-to-global economic democracies in order to meet the needs for food, shelter, universal healthcare, education, and employment for all.
 523  Global governance has not resolved an important global principle question. This question concerns property rights in land - property rights in the earth itself. The fundamental question is, "Who Should Own the Earth?"
 524  When people buy up large lots of land near towns and cities without developing them they wait for such a time when the land prices would go up so it could be sold at a larger profit. The rise in land value is a socially created value and as such rightly belongs to the community.
 525  Land speculation affects development when land is held out of use. Those people or businesses who need land are denied access.
 526   Democratic governance has not been concerned about how the land was obtained in the first place. We need only reflect for a moment on the fact that in Canada, for example, land was acquired by the colonizers from the native peoples under the old Roman empire land laws of "dominium" - the legalization of land acquired by conquest and plunder.
 527   Land tenure in the West has been originally acquired by conquest and force, and thus democratic political rights have not given us democratic economic rights.
 528  We can promote peace building a democratic governance on the principle of equal rights to the land and resources of the earth.
 529  Today democratic governments have never affirm the equal rights for all to the land and natural resource base that sustains all life.
 530  Banks collect an ever increasing payment for the use of natural resources as private profit. As investments are made, and land speculation continues, then land values increase more rapidly than wages. And governments increase taxes on middle class wages in order to pay for social programs.
 531  The Global Economic Model has a balanced and just relationship of citizenry to government.
 532   The Global Economic Model is global, as people are freed to move beyond borders and boundaries and claim the whole earth as their birthplace.
 533   How the earth should be owned is the major economic question of this time. The world should be owned by the people living in it. However, this absolute necessity for our very existence is nowhere guaranteed in our constitutional laws.
 534   Treating the earth as simply a commodity is the root cause of the large gap between those who have too much and those who have too little.
 535   When land became a 'commodity' and lost its status as provider and sustainer of life, Western civilization began its history of subjugation and exploitation of the earth based cultures.
 536  The Global Economic Model seeks to eliminate subsidies that are environmentally or socially harmful such as: energy production, resource extraction, weapons of mass destruction and war industry.
 537   The Global Economic Model aims to eliminate taxes on wages and earned income, and on homes.
 538  The Global Economic Model also allows for an increase of taxes and fees on emissions into air; pollution of water, or soil; land sites; lands used for timber, grazing, mining; ocean and freshwater resources; electromagnetic or radio-frequency spectrum; satellite orbital zones; oil and minerals; and hydropower.
 539   The products resulting from the interaction of land and labor are rightfully held as individual private property, while land and all other natural resources are recognized as the common heritage of the Global Community.
 540  Once the human right to the earth is firmly established in the minds and policies of a democratic majority, land and other natural resources will no longer be taken by the few from the many either by the force of military might or by the mechanisms of the market.
 541  When we apply the common heritage principle to land and all other natural resources, we see that land can be treated as 'common property'.
 542  Taxes on labor and productive capital should gradually be removed, as the value of earth natural resources becomes the proper source of funding for the Global Community.
 543  The main causes of the present global crisis in which the rich becomes richer and the poor becomes poorer.
 544   When Christianity became the state religion of the Roman empire, the early Christian teachings on land were overtaken by the Roman land laws of "dominium" - a legalization of property in land originally obtained by conquest and plunder.
 545  The increase in the value of land arising from the efforts of an entire community should belong to the community and not to the individual who holds title.
 546   The planet and all its resources of land, water, the air, forests, minerals, the atmosphere, electro-magnetic frequencies, and even satellite orbits are the common heritage of all and must no longer be appropriated for the private profit of a few to the exclusion of the many. The Global Economic Model makes sure that the profits of the earth will benefit all life.
 547   The incentive signals of the world's taxation systems currently promote waste, conflicts and wars, environmental damage, and the concentration of wealth.
 548  A clear title to land gives the security of use rights and also permits owners to speculate and profit from land as a market commodity. When owners are unable to obtain employment to pay rent for housing, the cycle of poverty and landlessness starts all over again.
 549   Holding land as investment property and a way to accumulate wealth is a primary cause of the maldistribution of wealth.
 550  The commodification of land and land speculation inflates land values to the point where those who have only labor to contribute to the productive process must pay ever higher amounts for access to land for shelter.
 551   Workers must borrow to pay for land. They borrow from those who already have acquired surplus wealth and have deposited their funds in banks. If the workers lose their jobs and cannot pay the mortgage, they must surrender their land to the banks. This is the land problem - the fact that so few now control so much of the land and resources of the world.
 552  As the payment for the use of natural resources becomes an integral component of Earth management many good things happen.
 553  The Global Economic Model has put forward a system of finance based on payment for the use of natural resources. Thus, cities and provinces would draw their funding from the payment for the use of natural resources such as surface lands; regional authorities would collect from the of oil and minerals, and of other Earth natural resources, global governing agencies such as the Global Community would be funded by a percentage from these two levels as well as that of deep sea resources, the electromagnetic spectrum, satellite orbital zones, and other global natural resources.
 554  Sufficiently high user fees and pollution permits encourage business and industry to find more efficient and cost-effective controls. Pollution taxes function as pay-for-use fees for common heritage resources of land, water and air and make the tax system work for all life and the planet.
 555   Property tax relief for agricultural land may increase the likelihood that it will attract those looking primarily for tax shelters and speculative investments. Such nonproductive incentives ultimately inflate land values overall, making it increasingly difficult for working farmers to access and maintain acreage for viable agricultural enterprise.
 556  The high price of land means that the modern food and agriculture system provides no options for those who cannot find a paying job other than subsistence on charity or government supports. Those with minimum wage incomes are finding it more difficult to afford decent housing.
 557  This Global Movement for land value taxation and payment for the use of natural resources for revenue can provide the basis for worldwide economic democracy.
 558   Land is affordable when it is freed from speculation and private profiteering.
 559  The Global Community Land Trust leases can secure title and tenure to the poor and landless while eliminating the problem of the commodification of land.
 560  Corporate profits from real estate related activities often escape from taxation via offshore accounts and other tax shelters.
 561  To extract natural resources or to use water or air would require the advanced payment of environmental security deposits. A heavy pollution tax would drastically increase incentives for clean technologies.
 562  Global commons are those universal values, principles, ideas, concepts, beliefs, truths we have all in common. They may also be symbiotical relationships. Global commons are the many reasons why humanity get together in times of uncertainty and distress. Wars and conflicts, environmental disasters, earthquakes and Tsunamis, are a few examples. Other times we get together in research and development, the exploration of space, development of new technologies, education, so many reasons for us all to meet and dialogue. The list goes on a long way. Today we are getting together to find new global commons that can help for the survival of humanity and all life on Earth. And so you are asked to participate in Global Dialogue 2009.
 563  Most issues and aspects of global governance and Earth management are already being applied by the Global Community. But there is no agency powerful enough to protect life on Earth from those who care not about it. At best what we have is the Global Justice Movement for all life which has found a process for the establishment of justice amongst us all. What we have not done is the actual governing and managing of the planet as per the Global Constitution and Global Law. And that is our first priority now.




Global Dialogue 2007 Issues

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 329  The role of education in building Global Communities for all life. Global Dialogue 2000, the World Congress on Managing and Measuring Sustainable Development - Global Community Action 1, focussed on a Global Community Action Plan to bring together all grassroot movements and civil society to the building of Global Communities for all life on Earth. Global Dialogue 2009 will make this Global Action Plan a reality by calling upon educators a humanitarian service for the education of this generation on the goods of building Global Communities for all life.
 330  How to motivate women to postpone childbearing later in life and have less or no children.
 331  Comprehensive population policies may be derived from aspetcs such as:
* societal family image,
 332  * community rights,
 333  * population health,
 334  * poverty,
 335  * scarcity of resources and drinking water, and the
 336  * destruction of the global life-support systems and eco-systems of the planet.
 337  A global development strategy that combines access to:
* reproductive health services,
 338  * education and economic opportunities,
 339  * improved energy and natural resource technologies, and to
 340  * healthyer models of consumption and the good life.
 341   Making use of the Global Information Media (GIM) in shaping the Global Community for all life on Earth.
 342  How can the societal family image be changed to motivate women to postpone childbearing later in life and have less or no children.
 343  The development of community rights focussing on global responsibility and accountability of everyone and the community towards decreasing population growth.
 344  The integration of Global Citizens rights, responsibility and accountability into the basic social structure of a global community, a nation, and a nation-state.
 345  The integration of the Statement of rights, responsibilities, and accountabilities into the basic social structure of a global community, a nation, and a nation-state.
 346  The management of population health.
 347  Obtaining a strong commitment from all Peoples to achieve a negative average annual population growth rate.
 348   Implemented through the Global Community with built-in mechanisms for optimum input and oversight guaranteed to all member-states, the Global Community offers a practicable starting point for achieving:
(a)     a healthful, sustainable environment for every global community citizen,
 349   (b)     universal health care, publicly supported,
 350  (c)     education for all based upon individual capability,
 351  (d)     creative/productive employment for every global community citizen, and
 352  (e)     post-retirement security.
 353  The Global Community is inviting you to participate in the formation of global symbiotical relationships between communities, nations, businesses, or a combination of them. This can be accomplished through the formation of global ministries. The formation of global ministries is the most important event in human history. Humanity sees the need to manage the world affairs in several aspects of our lives: energy, agriculture, environment, health, Earth resources, Earth management, security and safety, emergencies and rescues, trade, banks, speculation on world markets, peace, family and human development, water resources protection, youth, education, justice, science and technology, finance, human resources, ethics, human and Earth rights, sustainable development, industry, and manufacturing products, etc. Global ministries will be given power to rule themselves in harmony with each other. The Global Community is calling for the immediate formation of the:
Global Health Ministry,
 354  Global Education and Training Ministry, and
 355  Global Social Services Ministry
 356  Criteria of what makes 'a global community'; criteria of what makes a nation, a State; criteria to create a new nation, a nation-state, and to dissolve one.
 357  Having created a global community, a nation, or a state, how would we integrate the Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act into the basic social structure.
 358  Having created a global community, a nation, or a state, how would we have the people accepting an ever closer Earth Government among them and living a global life as per the Global Constitution
 359  Actions for the good of all as per the Statement of rights, responsibilities, and accountabilities of the Global Community citizens. Statement of rights, responsibilities, and accountabilities
 360   All nations and every person on Earth live a life as global citizens
 361  The Scale of Human and Earth Rights replaces the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as a guiding tool to dealing with one another
 362  Global Laws of the Global Constitution become universal and well used
 363  Obtaining a strong commitment from all Peoples to achieve a negative average annual population growth rate
 364  Adopting and actively practicing the new way of doing business
 365  Competition wil only be good when corporations, the business world, has accepted the new way of doing business and obtained the Certified Corporate Global Community Citizenship. Over its long past history trade has never evolved to require from the trading partners to become legally and morally responsible and accountable for their products from beginning to end. At the end the product becomes a waste and it needs to be properly dispose of. Now trade must be given a new impetus to be in line with the global concepts of the Global Community. You manufacture, produce, mine, farm or create a product, you become legally and morally responsible and accountable of your product from beginning to end (to the point where it actually becomes a waste; you are also responsible for the proper disposable of the waste). This product may be anything and everything from oil & gas, weapons, war products, to genetically engineered food products. All consumer products. All medicinal products! All pharmaceutical products!
 366  Adopt policies to decrease world population:
Delay reproduction until later in life. Delaying reproduction is important in influencing population growth rates. Over a period of 60 years, if people delay reproduction until they are 30 years old, you would have only two generations, while if you do not delay reproduction you would have three generations (one generation every 20 years). * Spread your children farther apart.
 367  * To have fewer children overall.
 368  * Government commitment to decreasing population growth.
 369  * Create policies that help decreasing the number of children being born. Policies such as income tax deductions for dependent children and maternity and paternity leaves are essentially pronatalist and should be eliminated.
 370  Programs that are locally designed and that include information on family planning and access to contraceptives.
 371  Educational programs that emphasize the connection between family planning and social good.
 372  The vast disparities in reproductive health worldwide and the greater vulnerability of the poor to reproductive risk point to several steps all governments can take, with the support of other sectors, to improve the health of women and their families:
* Give women more life choices. The low social and economic status of women and girls sets the stage for poor reproductive health.
 373  * Invest in reproductive health care.
 374  * Encourage delays in the onset of sexual activity and first births.
 375  * Help couples prevent and manage unwanted childbearing.
 376  * Ensure universal access to maternal health care.
 377  * Support new reproductive health technologies.
 378  * Increase efforts to address the HIV pandemic.
 379  * Involve communities in evaluating and implementing programs.
 380  * Develop partnerships with the private sector, policymakers and aid donors to broaden support for reproductive health.
 381  * Measure progress.
 382  * Participate in Global Dialogue 2009 to help humanity find solutions.
 383  * More and more young people on every continent want to start bearing children later in life and to have smaller families than at any time in history. Likewise, in greater proportions than ever, women and girls in particular want to go to school and to college, and they want to find fulfilling and well-paid employment. Helping people in every country obtain the information and services they need to put these ambitions into effect is all that can be done, and all that needs to be done, to bring world population growth to a stable landing this century.
 384  We follow God's Plan, the Will of God, His New Revelations we were given just a few years ago, and His Soul of Humanity in guiding us ahead
 385   Global Community Arrest Warrants
 386  To end the war in Iraq and in Afghanistan
 387  To end the United States invasion of the Middle East, of Afghanistan, and of other neighboring nations, including China
 388  The Global Community categorically denies Israel the status of nation and of a global community
 389   Global Peace Movement and Disarmament  Global Peace Movement and Disarmament
 390   Earth governance and management  Earth governance and management
 391   Global Justice for all life on the planet  Global Justice for all life on the planet
 392   Global Politics   Global Politics
 393   Global Communities   Global Communities
 394   Global Health  Global Health
 395   Global Economy  Global Economy
 396   Protection of the Global Environment     Protection of the Global Environment
 397   Global businesses and trade  Global businesses and trade
 398   Research and Development   Research and Development
 399   Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and  Accountability Act
 400   The Global Constitution The Global Constitution is for all Peoples on Earth, for the Global Community and Earth Government. It is for all life. Not just to fulfill the needs of the most powerful nation.  The Global Constitution
 401   Global Dialogue   Global Dialogues
 402   Global Sustainability Previous work on  Global Sustainability
 403   Vision of Earth, all life, now and in 2024  Vision of Earth, all life, now and in 2024
 404  Global Environment Ministry
 405  We the Peoples are us We the Peoples are us
 406  The United Nations is attempting to take over the Global Community organization identity
 407   Urgent need of an Ombudsperson and for the following Global Ministers:
a.     Ombudsperson   
b.     Global Citizens Peace Movement   
c.     Global Health   
d.     Earth Security and Global Police;
e.     Global Community of North America (GCNA) Emergency, Rescue, and Relief Centre
 408  Celebration of Life Day
 409  A world where life is a gift of God and should be respected versus a world where the messenger of Allah, Prophet Muhammad (GR)(GR), is dearer than parents, their children and themselves.
 410  Global Citizens Peace Movement
 411  Freedom of expression in the media industry vs freedom of religion and belief
 412  Love-hate relationship between the Muslem-Arab world and America
 413  Equality of women
 414  A Global Government for a people where religion is more important: democracy is not the only option to unite people as a government
 415   What Do We Know About Carbon Taxes?
 416  Land degradation and its impacts
 417  A Global Government of industrialized nations should include less advantageous nations
 418  Global politics are about the survival of all of us and all life on the planet
 419  Justice for all, and not the political-military solution, as a solution to the problem in the Middle East and Afghanistan
 420  We can do better together as friends and united as a Global Government
 421  Global Government of North America A new future to build together
 422  Global Community Earth Government (GCEG) Global Community Earth Government (GCEG)
 423  Human and Earth rights
 424  Global Governments Federation Global Governments Federation
 425  Portal of the Global Community of North America (GCNA) Global Community  of North America (GCNA)
 426  Recommendations to all Peoples on Earth Recommendations to all Peoples
 427  Politics and Justice without borders: Canada and the U.S. Politics and Justice without borders: Canada and the U.S.
 428  Global citizenship Global citizenship Chapter VI of the Global Constitution
 429  Global Laws  Global Laws
 430  Direct democracy
 431  People from all Nations are required to sign and ratify the Global Constitution
 432  Global Parliament approval of the Global Constitution
 433  School project: living the VISION
 434  History of the Global Community and of Earth Government
 435  Proposal for an alliance between Earth Government and all Nations
 436  Scale of human and Earth rights
 437  Earth Government Global Economic System
 438  People from all Nations are required to sign the Global Constitution
 439  Global Meeting of the Earth Government
 440  The Global Exhibition
 441  Global Community Earth Government denounces the FTAA, an American initiative to take the economic control of resources of the Americas
 442  Global Community Earth Government denounces the NAFTA, an American initiative to take the economic control of resources of North America
 443  Earth Government Global Law, the Global Constitution, Statutes, Codes and Bills
 444  Global governance and Earth management
 445  Global economy and trade
 446  A universal health care, employment and education for every global community citizen
 447  Management of world financial institutions
 448  Settling of disputes between nations
 449  Management of Earth resources
 450  Creation of biodiversity zones
 451  Global tax
 452  Global response to events in the world
 453  Climate change: responsibilities and accountabilities of cities, global citizens and nations
 454  Protection of the global life-support systems
 455  The last hundred years of oil and gas worldwide
 456  Cities and global communities: power to govern themselves, rights, responsibilities and accountabilities


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Global Dialogue 2006 Issues


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 266   Send us your own short version of the Global Constitution. The Global Constitution approved by Global Parliament It has to be developed from the actual longer version approved by Global Parliament.
 267   Send us your own short version of the proposed Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act It has to be developed from the actual longer version.
 268  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 2.     Global Community
 269  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 2.1    Definition and global concepts
 270  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 2.2    Establishment of global communities
 271  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 3.     Global politics
 272  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 4.     Global Community Earth Government (GCEG)
 273  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 5.     Global citizenship criteria
 274  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 6.     Statement of rights, responsibilities, and accountabilities of the Global Community citizens
 275  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 7.     Scale of Human and Earth Rights
 276  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 8.     The Global Constitution
 277  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.     Global citizens responsibility and accountability
 278  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.1    Public accountability of autonomous public organizations
 279  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.2    Ideas about accountability
 280  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.3     Conflicts within components of accountability
 281  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.4     Role of the Secretary of the Global Council
 282  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.5     Recommendations to modernize the Secretary’s role, and reinforce the integrity of the centre
 283  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.6     Responsibility, accountability and the role of Deputy Ministers in the GCEG
 284  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.7     Ministerial responsibility and the Global Financial Administration Act: the constitutional obligation to account for GCEG spending
 285  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.8     The fundamental principles underlying responsible global parliamentary government
 286  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.9     The evolving nature of GCEG
 287  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.10     Factors that have affected and altered the nature of government and governance in the world over the last 150 years
 288  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.11     Political actors versus professional actors
 289  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.12     The relationship between the exempt staff serving the President and the public servants
 290  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.13     The interface between political actors and professional actors
 291  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.14     The multiple responsibilities and accountabilities of Deputy Ministers
 292  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.15     Mechanisms for political and professional financial accountability
 293  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.16     The Global Parliament procedure and merits
 294  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.17     The responsibilities of an accounting officer
 295  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.18     The roles and accountabilities of Deputy Ministers/Accounting Officers
 296  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.19     Ministerial responsibility and the Global Financial Administration Act: the Constitutional obligation to account for GCEG spending
 297  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.20     Ministerial responsibility in GCEG
 298  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.21     The constitutional basis of global ministerial responsibility
 299  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.22     The statutory basis of financial accountability
 300  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.23     Responsibility, accountability, liability
 301  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.24     Recent statements on responsibility and accountability
 302  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.25     Accountability of Deputy Ministers
 303  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.26     Deputy Ministers’ direct accountability
 304  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.27     Deputy Ministers’ indirect accountability
 305  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.28     Conflict resulting from Deputy Ministers’ accountabilities
 306  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.29     The problem known as “regulation within government”
 307  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.30     Alternative patterns of governance and accountability
 308  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.31     What might be the best model of policy administration?
 309  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.32     Performance management
 310  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 9.33     The Global Community interest
 311  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 10.     More responsible actions to improve the system of government
 312  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 10.1    List "A"
 313  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 10.2    End the influence of money in global politics
 314  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 10.3    Toughen the Lobbyists Registration Act
 315  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 10.4    Ban secret donations to political candidates
 316  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 10.5    Make qualified government appointments
 317  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 10.6    Clean up government polling and advertising
 318  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 10.7    Clean up the procurement of government contracts
 319  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 10.8    Provide real protection for whistleblowers
 320  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 10.9    Ensure truth in budgeting with a Global Parliamentary Budget Office
 321  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 10.10    Strengthen the power of the Auditor General
 322  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 10.11    Strengthen the role of the GCEG Ethics Commissioner
 323  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 10.12    Strengthen Access to Information legislation
 324  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 10.13    Strengthen auditing and accountability within departments
 325  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 11.     Corporate global citizens responsibility and accountability
 326  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 12.     Corporate global citizens ethics
 327  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 13.     Preventive actions against polluters
 328  Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act 14.     Business and trade responsibility and accountability: new way of doing business and trade for everyone


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Global Dialogue 2005 Issues

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 60   Global governance and global civic ethic. Global governance and global civic ethic
 61   Agriculture and needs of the Global Community Agriculture and needs of the Global Community
 62   Eradicating poverty Eradicating poverty
 63   Ecology of the new world Ecology of the new world
 64   Global policies and strategies for managing world overpopulation Global policies and strategies for managing world overpopulation
 65   The Kyoto Protocol The Kyoto Protocol
 66   Climate change adaptation and global warming Climate change adaptation and global warming
 67   City planning City planning
 68   Home and community development Home and community development
 69   Settling of disputes between nations Settling of disputes between nations
 70    Reforming the WTO Reforming the WTO
 71   Global dialogue and participation Global dialogue and participation
 72   Human rights Human rights
 73   Societal sustainability Societal sustainability
 74   Sound solutions for an equitable global sustainable development Sound solutions for an equitable global sustainable development
 75   Youth participation Youth participation
 76   Waste management Waste management
 77   Women rights and issues Women rights and issues
 78   Teaching and education Teaching and education
 79   Business Business
 80   Cultural rights Cultural rights
 81   Environment Environment
 82   Spirituality and religion Spirituality and religion
 83   Global economy and trade Global economy and trade
 84    Global cooperation and symbiotical relationships between communities and nations Global cooperation and symbiotical relationships between communities and nations
 85   Genetics Genetics
 86   Arts Arts
 87   Earth rights Earth rights
 88    Biological diversity Biological diversity
 89   Cities: power, rights and responsiblities Cities: power, rights and responsiblities
 90   Democracy Democracy
 91   Measuring sustainable development and well-being Measuring sustainable development and well-being
 92   Literature Literature
 93   Alternative energies Alternative energies
 94   Models of global governance Models of global governance
 95   Scenarios of humanity's future Scenarios of humanity's future
 96   Global life-support systems protection Global life-support systems protection
 97   Ecological resources Ecological resources
 98   The Global Community overall picture and assessment The Global Community overall picture and assessment
 99   Engineering  Engineering
 100   Recycling and biodegradability Recycling and biodegradability
 101   Forestry Forestry
 102   Abolition of weapons of mass destruction Abolition of weapons of mass destruction
 103   Global Community Citizenship Global Community Citizenship
 104   Statement of rights and responsibilities Statement of rights and responsibilities
 105   Public Health Public Health
 106   Corporate accountability and global ethics Corporate accountability and global ethics
 107   Universal health care Universal health care
 108   Building and construction Building and construction
 109   Social and Human Development Social and Human Development<
 110   Conservation strategies Conservation strategies
 111   Sustainable development Sustainable development
 112   Sciences and technology Sciences and technology
 113   Preventive actions against polluters Preventive actions against polluters
 114   Water resources Water resources
 115   Global ministries Global ministries
 116   Peace movement Peace movement
 117   Promoting the Global Community Promoting the Global Community
 118   Earth security Earth security
 119   Reforming the United Nations Reforming the United Nations
 120   Drinking water and clean air Drinking water and clean air
 121   Primordial human and Earth rights Primordial human and Earth rights
 122   Global tax Global tax
 123   Information and communications technologies (ICTs) Information and communications technologies (ICTs)
 124   Management of Earth resources Management of Earth resources
 125   Trade Trade
 126   Restoration of the planet, our home Restoration of the planet, our home
 127   Celebration of Life Day Celebration of Life Day
 128   Earth Court of Justice Earth Court of Justice
 129   Global governance and Earth management Global governance and Earth management
 130   Scale of Human and Earth Rights Scale of Human and Earth Rights
 131   Climate change Climate change
 132   Charter of the Global Community Charter of the Global Community
 133   Politic Politic
 134   Justice Justice
 135   Humanity's new vision of the world Humanity's new vision of the world
 136   Mitigating GHGs in  Power Sector Mitigating GHGs in Power Sector
 137   Earth flag
 138   Global election
 139   Charter of the Global Community
 140   Earth Court of Justice
 141   Global Ministries
 142   Earth Security
 143   Global governance
 144   Government services
 145   Global Council
 146   Judiciary
 147   International agreements
 148   Nations agreements
 149   Earth management
 150   Global Dialogue
 151   Conference of Presidents
 152   Parliament's Constitutional Affairs Committee
 153   Council of Ministers
 154   Delegations from Civil Society
 155   Global Community Ombudsman
 156   Parliament
 157   Member States
 158   Member States Rights and Privileges ]
 159   Other Constitutions
 160   Charters of Freedom
 161   Participants
 162   Advisory Board
 163   Governing Bodies
 164   Youth involvement
 165   Communities tell us
 166   Global Dialogue 2005
 167   Global Constitution
 168   the Global Community
 169   Parliament
 171   Civil Society
 172   Citizenship
 173   Global co-operation
 174   Justice without borders
 175   Politics without borders ]
 176   Vision of the world ]
 177   Peoples ideas
 178   Recommendations
 179   Overall picture
 180   Universal values
 181   Constitutional  Affairs  Committee ]
 182   Government meetings schedule ]
 183   University projects ]
 184   Activists work
 185   Promoting materials ]
 186   Bill of Human and Earth Rights
 187   Governance
 188   Earth management
 189   Earth  Governance
 190   Global  Governance
 191   European  Constitution
 192   The United States of America  Constitution
 193   Constitutions of other nations
 194   Draft  of  the  Global  Constitution
 195   The Global Constitution for all Peoples
 196   The Global Constitution and families
 197   The Global Constitution and businesses
 198   The Global Constitution and religion
 199   The Global Constitution and work
 200   The Global Constitution and security
 201   The Global Constitution and health
 202   The Global Constitution and poverty
 203   The Global Constitution and development
 204   The Global Constitution and resources
 205   Protect global life-support systems
 206   The Global Constitution and pollution
 207   The Global Constitution and environment
 208   The Global Constitution and biodiversity
 209   The Global Constitution and social aspects
 210   Sciences and technologies for the Peoples
 211   The Global Constitution and politics
 212   Scale of Human and Earth Rights
 213   New way of doing business in the world
 214   Reaching  out  to  the  Peoples ]
 215   Constitution  of  Canada ]
 216   Globa l rescues  and  emergencies
 217   Primordial Human and Earth Rights
 218   The Global Constitution and wars
 219   Member States Rights and Privileges
 220   Global  election
 221   The  Global  Constitution  and  terrorism ]
 222   Global Constitution and overpopulation
 223   The Global Constitution and NGOs
 224   Financing the Global Parliament
 225   Climate change and global warming
 226   Restoration of the planet, our home
 227   The Global Community Peace Movement
 228   The Global Constitution and symbiotical relationships ]
 229   Global standards and codes
 230   The Global Constitution and working conditions
 231   Global strategy on fresh waters
 232   Global transparency
 233   Trade and trade disputes
 234   Global symbiotical relationships
 235   Money trading and stocks
 236   Space exploration
 237   Global social issues
 238   A shelter for every global citizen
 239   A global strategy for research and development
 240   Research and development
 241   The Global Constitution and racism
 242   Replacing currencies for plastics
 243   A global strategy for oceans
 244   Global Ministries and meetings
 245   Global Community Justice Network
 246   Protecting human rights
 247   A global strategy for human resources
 248   Governance
 249   Global food supplies
 250   Freedom, security, justice and democracy
 251   A global strategy for forests
 252   A global strategy on fishery
 253   Global fight against crime
 254   Global energy needs
 255   The Global Constitution and education
 256   Earth Court of Justice
 257   Racism, xenophobia and discrimination
 258   The same currency for all
 259   The compassionate global society
 260   The Global Constitution and communications
 261   Collecting the global tax
 262   The Global Constitution and Civil Law
 263   Asylum, immigration and border control
 264   Global Community Arrest Warrant
 265   A global agricultural strategy


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Global Dialogue 2004 Issues


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1.    Protection of the global life-support systems.Articles published ] Participate ]
2.    Overpopulated planet.Articles published ] Participate ]
3.    Criteria to obtain the Global Community Citizenship.Articles published ] Participate ]
4.    The Statement of rights, responsibilities, and accountabilities of a person and of belonging to 'a global community' and to 'The Global Community', the Earth Community, the human family.Articles published ] Participate ]
5.    Results of comparing the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and charters of nations around the world with the Scale of Human and Earth Rights.Articles published ] Participate ]
6.    Political systems of nations dont have to be democracies.Articles published ] Participate ]
7.    A global symbiotical relationship between nations.Articles published ] Participate ]
8.    The Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA).Articles published ] Participate ]
9.    Earth resources.Articles published ] Participate ]
10.    Formation of Earth Government for the good of all.Articles published ] Participate ]
11.    Mines, and mining the impacts.Articles published ] Participate ]
12.    The war industry, the modern evil at work.Articles published ] Participate ]
13.    Peace movement of the Earth Community Organization (ECO).Articles published ] Participate ]
14.    Earth security.Articles published ] Participate ]
15.    Earth governance.Articles published ] Participate ]
16.    Earth Court of Justice.Articles published ] Participate ]
17.    Foundation of the new world order.Articles published ] Participate ]
18.    Global cooperation in health issues.Articles published ] Participate ]
19.    Global community concepts.Articles published ] Participate ]
20.    Global cooperation in helping the starving world.Articles published ] Participate ]
21.    Humanity scale of social values.Articles published ] Participate ]
22.    Upgrading the WTO and the FTAA to symbiotical relationships.Articles published ] Participate ]
23.     Earth Government vs the United Nations.Articles published ] Participate ]
24.    Business and trade, and new ways of doing business.Articles published ] Participate ]
25.    The Kyoto Protocol is everyone's business on Earth.Articles published ] Participate ]
26.    Earth rights and the Scale of Human and Earth Rights.Articles published ] Participate ]
27.    Spirituality, religious beliefs and the protection of the global life-support systems.Articles published ] Participate ]
28.    Preventive actions against the worst polluters on the planet and those who destroy the global life-support systems.Articles published ] Participate ]
29.    Global tax.Articles published ] Participate ]
30.    Scenarios of what might be humanity's future.Articles published ] Participate ]
31.    Vision of the Earth in year 2024.Articles published ] Participate ]
32.    Global strategies.Articles published ] Participate ]
33.    Consumerism.Articles published ] Participate ]
34.    Charter of the Earth Community.Articles published ] Participate ]
35.    Community rights on the Scale of Human and Earth Rights.Articles published ] Participate ]
36.     A global sustainable development.Articles published ] Participate ]
37.    Women's rights.Articles published ] Participate ]
38.    Water resources.Articles published ] Participate ]
39.    Bullying occurring at the United Nations, and case of a predator nation.Articles published ] Participate ]
40.    Criteria to obtain one ECO, the Certified Corporate Global Community Citizenship.Articles published ] Participate ]
41.    Children's education.Articles published ] Participate ]
42.    Mass media are instrumental in the socialization of youth.Articles published ] Participate ]
43.    Commercial exploitation of children.Articles published ] Participate ]
44.    Child pornography on Internet.Articles published ]p Participate ]
45.    Same sex marriages.Articles published ] Participate ]
46.     Justice is for everyone, anywhere and anytime.Articles published ] Participate ]
47.    Climate change adaptation.Articles published ] Participate ]
48.    Agriculture, its practices in the field, and needs of the Global Community.Articles published ] Participate ]
49.    Food production and global health.Articles published ] Participate ]
50.    Cattle and beef industry, its animal feeding practices, and global trade.Articles published ] Participate ]
51.    Forestry, forest industry and its practices, logging and pulp mills, and global trade.Articles published ] Participate ]
52.    Space exploration.Articles published ] Participate ]
53.    Profit-based conservation strategies for natural ecosystems.Articles published ] Participate ]
54.    Cities and global communities: power to govern themselves, rights and responsibilities.Articles published ] Participate ]
55.    Societal sustainability.Articles published ] Participate ]
56.    War in the Middle East and in Afghanistan.Articles published ] Participate ]
57.    The World Parliament of The United Peoples.Articles published ] Participate ]
58.    Because of the ways it is affecting us in North America and the Global Community, Canadians want to have a say in the decision-making of U.S. Government foreign policies and of the type of actions to be taken concerning potentially dangerous situations.Articles published ] Participate ]
59.    SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GLOBAL INFORMATION SOCIETY.Articles published ] Participate ]
60.    Global governance and global civic ethic.Articles published ] Participate ]


1.    Protection of the global life-support systems.

There are many related aspects of the global life-support systems that is affected by an overpopulated planet:
* global warming
* Ozone layer
* wastes of all kind including nuclear and release of radiation
* climate change
* species of the fauna and flora becoming extinct
* losses of forest cover and of biological diversity
* the capacity for photosynthesis
* the water cycle
* food production systems
* genetic resources
* chemicals produced for human use and not found in nature and, eventually, reaching the environment with impacts on Earth's waters, soils, air, and ecology
November 2003 Newsletter: 3.1, 5.0
April 2003 Newsletter: 8D
November 2002 Newsletter: 2A, 2B, 2F
December 2002 Newsletter: 2C, 2D, 2F, 2G
January 2003 Newsletter: 2F
Press release #9

2.    Overpopulated planet.

October 2002 Newsletter: 2B, 7B, 7H
February 2003 Newsletter: 2D
April 2003 Newsletter: 8A
May 2003 Newsletter: 7J
June 2003 Newsletter: A
October 2003 Newsletter: 3A, 5D
November 2003 Newsletter: 2A, 3.2
Press release #6

3.    Criteria to obtain the Global Community Citizenship.

June 2000 Newsletter: 6, 7, 12
August 2003 Newsletter: 8G
September 2003 Newsletter: 4A, 4B, 4C, 5A, 5B
October 2003 Newsletter: 3C, 4A, 4C, 5A
Press release #8

4.    The Statement of rights, responsibilities, and accountabilities of a person and of belonging to 'a global community' and to 'The Global Community', the Earth Community, the human family.

June 2000 Newsletter: 6, 7, 12
November 2002 Newsletter: 2Q, 2R
July 2003 Newsletter: 5A, 5B
August 2003 Newsletter: 7
Press release #7

5.    Results of comparing the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and charters of nations around the world with the Scale of Human and Earth Rights.

May 2003 Newsletter: C
August 2003 Newsletter: 8F
December 2003 Newsletter: 2.0

6.    Political systems of nations dont have to be democracies.

December 2002 Newsletter: 2E
November 2002 Newsletter: 2M

7.    A global symbiotical relationship between nations.

September 2002 Newsletter: 5A, 5B, 5D, 5E
November 2002 Newsletter: 2O, 2P
January 2003 Newsletter: 2C
April 2003 Newsletter: 8D
May 2003 Newsletter: 7G, 7H

8.    The Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA).

September 2002 Newsletter: 5A, 5B, 5C, 5H, 5I
December 2003 Newsletter: 3C

9.    Earth resources.

September 2002 Newsletter: 5G
January 2003 Newsletter: 2F
February 2003 Newsletter: 2E
November 2003 Newsletter: 3.1
December 2003 Newsletter: 3A, 3E

10.    Formation of Earth Government for the good of all.

January 2003 Newsletter: 2C, 2D
October 2002 Newsletter: 7B, 7H
November 2002 Newsletter: 2K, 2L, 2N
December 2003 Newsletter: 2B
April 2003 Newsletter: 8G
Press release #5
Press release #6
Press release #7

11.    Mines, and mining the impacts.

April 2003 Newsletter: 8C
December 2003 Newsletter: 3E

12.    The war industry, the modern evil at work.

September 2002 Newsletter: 5K
October 2002 Newsletter: 7F, 7G, 7K
November 2002 Newsletter: 2E
January 2003 Newsletter: 2J
February 2003 Newsletter: 2G, 2H
April 2003 Newsletter: 8F, 8I
June 2003 Newsletter: B
July 2003 Newsletter: A, 6D, 6F, 6G
August 2003 Newsletter: 8H
Press release #4

13.    Peace movement of the Earth Community Organization (ECO).

September 2002 Newsletter: 5F, 5K
October 2002 Newsletter: 7A, 7F, 7G
November 2002 Newsletter: 2C, 2E, 2T
December 2002 Newsletter: 2E
February 2003 Newsletter: 2C
July 2003 Newsletter: 6B, 6F, 6G
Press release #4


14.    Earth security.

April 2003 Newsletter: 8J
November 2002 Newsletter: 2C, 2R
July 2003 Newsletter: 6G

15.    Earth governance.

November 1999 Newsletter: 12.d
September 2002 Newsletter: 3O
October 2002 Newsletter: 7H
November 2002 Newsletter: 2A, 2K, 2L, 2O
December 2002 Newsletter: 2B
January 2003 Newsletter: 2D
April 2003 Newsletter: 8K
Press release #5
Press release #6
Press release #7

16.    Earth Court of Justice.

October 2002 Newsletter: 7A
December 2002 Newsletter: 2H
February 2003 Newsletter: 2G
April 2003 Newsletter: 8L
May 2003 Newsletter: 7I
July 2003 Newsletter: 6C, 6D
September 2003 Newsletter: 5K
December 2003 Newsletter: 3D

17.    Foundation of the new world order.

December 2002 Newsletter: 2B
January 2003 Newsletter: 2D
April 2003 Newsletter: 8M
May 2003 Newsletter: 7D
Press release #5
Press release #6
Press release #7

18.    Global cooperation in health issues.

January 2003 Newsletter: 2C
May 2003 Newsletter: 5
November 2003 Newsletter: 2O, 3.2

19.    Global community concepts.

August 1999 Newsletter: 4.12, 4.13
June 2000 Newsletter: 6, 7, 12
December 2002 Newsletter: 2F
May 2003 Newsletter: E
June 2003 Newsletter: D
October 2003 Newsletter: 4D

20.    Global cooperation in helping the starving world.

November 2002 Newsletter: 2O
July 2003 Newsletter: 4A, 6A
November 2003 Newsletter: 3.2

21.    Humanity scale of social values.

June 2000 Newsletter: 6, 7, 12
November 2002 Newsletter: 2Q, 2R
December 2002 Newsletter: 2A, 2E, 2F, 2G, 2H
April 2003 Newsletter: 8D
May 2003 Newsletter: 7B, 7C
July 2003 Newsletter: 6E
August 2003 Newsletter: 8B, 8C

22.    Upgrading the WTO and the FTAA to symbiotical relationships.

September 2002 Newsletter: 5A, 5B, 5C, 5H, 5I
October 2002 Newsletter: 7E
July 2003 Newsletter: 6H
August 2003 Newsletter: 8E

23.    Earth Government vs the United Nations.

October 2002 Newsletter: 7J, 7K
November 2002 Newsletter: 2D, 2N, 2O
July 2003 Newsletter: 4B, 6I
January 2003 Newsletter: 2D
Press release #5
Press release #6
Press release #7

24.    Business and trade, and new ways of doing business.

September 2002 Newsletter: 5A, 5B, 5C, 5H, 5I
October 2002 Newsletter: 7D
January 2003 Newsletter: 2B
August 2003 Newsletter: 6A, 6C, 8A, 8D

25.    The Kyoto Protocol is everyone's business on Earth.

October 2002 Newsletter: 7I
November 2002 Newsletter: 2F, 2I
December 2002 Newsletter: 2C, 2D
April 2003 Newsletter: 8D
August 2003 Newsletter: 6B
November 2003 Newsletter: 3.1
Press release #9

26.    Earth rights and the Scale of Human and Earth Rights.

December 2002 Newsletter: 2G, 2F
January 2003 Newsletter: 2F
February 2003 Newsletter: 2I, 2J, 2K, 2L
August 2003 Newsletter: 8B, 8C

27.    Spirituality, religious beliefs and the protection of the global life-support systems.

August 1999 Newsletter: 4.5, 4.7
October 2002 Newsletter: 7C
November 2002 Newsletter: 2G
December 2002 Newsletter: 2F
April 2003 Newsletter: 8D, 8E
May 2003 Newsletter: 7A

28.    Preventive actions against the worst polluters on the planet and those who destroy the global life-support systems.

August 1999 Newsletter: 4.b
November 1999 Newsletter: 12.e, 12.f
December 2002 Newsletter: 2G
January 2003 Newsletter: 2B, 2F
February 2003 Newsletter: 2G
May 2003 Newsletter: 7F
October 2003 Newsletter: 3C, 5A, 7I, 7K
Press release #9

29.    Global tax.

September 2002 Newsletter: 5I
October 2003 Newsletter: 4B

30.    Scenarios of what might be humanity's future.

June 2000 Newsletter: 8
November 2002 Newsletter: 2H
January 2003 Newsletter: 2E

31.    Vision of the Earth in year 2024.

June 2000 Newsletter: 8
November 2002 Newsletter: 2H
January 2003 Newsletter: 2E

32.    Global strategies.

November 2002 Newsletter: 2Q
December 2002 Newsletter: 2E, 2F, 2G, 2H
January 2003 Newsletter: 2F
Press release #9

33.    Consumerism.

October 2002 Newsletter: 7D
November 2002 Newsletter: 2T
January 2003 Newsletter: 2B

34.    Charter of the Earth Community.

December 2002 Newsletter: 2E, 2F, 2G, 2H, 2I
January 2003 Newsletter: 2I

35.    Community rights on the Scale of Human and Earth Rights.

November 1999 Newsletter: 12.d
January 2003 Newsletter: 2A
February 2003 Newsletter: 2F

36.    A global sustainable development.

November 1999 Newsletter: 12.c
June 2000 Newsletter: 6, 7, 12
January 2003 Newsletter: 2G, 2H, 2K, 2L
February 2003 Newsletter: 2I, 2J, 2L

37.    Women's rights.

February 2003 Newsletter: 2B
April 2003 Newsletter: 8A

38.    Water resources.

January 2003 Newsletter: 2F
February 2003 Newsletter: 2E

39.    Bullying occurring at the United Nations, and case of a predator nation.

September 2002 Newsletter: 5C
October 2002 Newsletter: 7K
December 2003 Newsletter: 8C
October 2003 Newsletter: 5B
April 2003 Newsletter: 8G, 8H

40.    Criteria to obtain one ECO, the Certified Corporate Global Community Citizenship

September 2003 Newsletter: 2, 4C, 5A, 5B
October 2003 Newsletter: 4C

41.    Children's education.

August 1999 Newsletter: 4.14, 4.16
November 1999 Newsletter: 12.a, 12.b
September 2002 Newsletter: 5J
November 2003 Newsletter: 3.2

42.    Mass media are instrumental in the socialization of youth.

November 2002 Newsletter: 2R

43.    Commercial exploitation of children.


44.    Child pornography on Internet.

October 2003 Newsletter: 3B
February 2003 Newsletter: 3A

45.    Same sex marriages.

May 2003 Newsletter: 7J
October 2003 Newsletter: 5D

46.    Justice is for everyone, anywhere and anytime.

September 2002 Newsletter: 5K
October 2002 Newsletter: 7A
December 2002 Newsletter: 7H

47.    Climate change adaptation.

October 2002 Newsletter: 7I
November 2002 Newsletter: 2F, 2I
December 2002 Newsletter: 2C, 2D
April 2003 Newsletter: 8D
August 2003 Newsletter: 6B
November 2003 Newsletter: 3.1
Press release #9

48.    Agriculture, its practices in the field, and needs of the Global Community.


49.    Food production and global health.


50.    Cattle and beef industry, its animal feeding practices, and global trade.


51.    Forestry, forest industry and its practices, logging and pulp mills, and global trade.

September 2002 Newsletter: 5G
January 2003 Newsletter: 2H, 2K, 2L
February 2003 Newsletter: 3I, 3J, 3K, 3L

52.    Space exploration.


53.    Profit-based conservation strategies for natural ecosystems.


54.    Cities and global communities: power to govern themselves, rights and responsibilities.


55.    Societal sustainability.


56.    War in the Middle East and in Afghanistan.


57.    The World Parliament of The United Peoples.


58.    Because of the ways it is affecting us in North America and the Global Community, Canadians want to have a say in the decision-making of U.S. Government foreign policies and of the type of actions to be taken concerning potentially dangerous situations.


59.    SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GLOBAL INFORMATION SOCIETY.

March 2004 Newsletter:    article #2

60.    Global governance and global civic ethic.

November 2004 Newsletter:    Parts 3 and 6


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Global Dialogue 2002 Issues


Global Dialogue 2002 was about Earth Management - all Peoples together. It was held in Toronto at the Harbourfront Community Centre, 627 Queen's Quay West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. You may read about the Proceedings of Global Dialogue 2002. These Proceedings include Issues and Workshop Sessions of Global Dialogue 2002

The Index is shown here.


Index


1. Scheduling
2. Introduction and Procedure
3. Workshop sessions on Earth Management
4. Workshop session leaders
5. Summary of all Comments and Recommendations from Participants
6. Concluding Remark


Global Dialogue 2002 started August 1st, 2002 on Internet. The period August 17-22 was a time for Workshop Sessions to be held in Toronto and a time for summarizing results, and August 31 was the closing of the Global Dialogue.

Global Dialogue 2002 was being held all over the planet. Our website was used to relate results to everyone so as to continue the discussions with everyone else on Earth.

Their were several Workshop Sessions on Earth Management and were listed here below and in the Proceedings.

Leaders of the Workshop Sessions were allowed to organize their sessions in their own town, university or home, wherever , as long as they assumed all costs. Noone was being paid for their work and expenses. This was strictly on a volunteering basis and no money was available or will be available. Leaders were also required to invite the public, experts and all Participants to their Discussion Roundtables. This was a grassroots process and everyone was invited.

Leaders did not have to do this. They may have even up-out of this process at any time without penalties of any kind. We are breaking grounds with the Global Dialogue and in the ways international conferences may be held in the future. Noone has ever organized a Global Dialogue having people (including the general public) from all over the planet participating interactively from their own town, community, universities or homes.

Daily results of the Workshop Sessions usually included comments and recommendations and were to be sent by email to
globalcommunity@telus.net
in the message area of the email.

All Participants were invited to send their comments and recommendations to the Leaders of their choice.

All Leaders were required to send an Opening Statement related to their Workshop Session. A Closing Statement was also being sent during the period August 17-22.

All Leaders were asked to contact (by email) paper submitters who have written Lead Papers within their respective Workshop Sessions and ask for comments and recommendations. During the period August 17-22, Leaders were asked to summarize results and email them as well.

A listing of the Workshop Sessions is shown here.

Workshop Sessions
August 17, 2002
9:30 am - 12:15 pm        Registration
1:15 pm - 3:00 pm        Opening Ceremony
3:15 pm - 5:30 pm        Session A
1) Consumerism 2) Consumer rights and their human rights 3) Universal values 4) Consumer responsibilities and human responsibilities 5) The Glass Bubble concept of ‘a Global Community’ 6) The Global Community, the human family, the Earth Community 7) The Gross Sustainable Development Product (GSDP) 8) Measuring and assessing Earth management with a comprehensive set of indicators. 9) Sustainable Development for the New Age Civilization. 10) Science, Technology, Engineering, and Earth Management.
August 18
9:30 am - 10:30 am        Session B
1) Religious aspects of Earth Management 2) How does a religion support a sound management of the planet? 3) The new religion of the Guiding Souls, and the Soul of humanity, make it possible to all religions to coexist in harmony. 4) Humanity's higher purpose. 5) Leadership of a nation and religion. 6) The New Age Revelations, by God. 7) The Soul of Humanity's Message. 8) Religion and environmental conservation.
10:45 am - 12:15 pm        Session C
1) Moral responsibility and accountability of all nations 2) Peace Movement of the Earth Community 3) Promoting Peace in the world as a way of life and shelving the war industry forever from humanity 4) The immediate formation of the Earth Ministry of Health 5) Abolition of Nuclear Weapons: security, sustainability and justice in a nuclear free future.
1:15 pm - 3:00 pm        Session D
1) The state of the world today is the result of a specific set of interlocking institutions: the IMF, the World Bank and the WTO. The debt of the poor or 'developing' nations to the rich nations was in actuality a form of global tax and therefore they dont have to pay it back. The Earth Court of Justice will be asked to decide on the debt be changed into an actual global tax to be paid by the rich nations to the poor nations, and to decide on the amount of tax to be paid. 2) Native rights in the province of British Columbia are classified as ecological and primordial human and Earth rights and therefore supersede in importance the rights of the greatest number of people of the province. 3) Poster presentation and student project viewing 4) A global regulatory framework for capitals and corporations.
3:15 pm - 5:30 pm        Session E
1) The Soul of Humanity 2) Global corporate ethics 3) Corporate social responsibility 4) Designing, monitoring, and implementing checks and balances for corporations 5) Corporations are required to expand their responsibilities to include human rights, the environment, community and family aspects, safe working conditions, fair wages and sustainable consumption aspects. 6) Freshwater and clean air as Human and Earth Rights.
August 19
9:30 am - 10:30 am        Session F
1) Recommendations of the Earth Community Organization to heads of State and Government, national delegates and leaders from non-governmental organizations, businesses and other major groups of the Johannesburg Summit 2002on Sustainable Development. We have already included in the 'Summary of Recommendations from Participants' a short list of recommendations obtained during a previous dialogue: Global 2000. Global 2000 was the World Congress on Managing and Measuring Sustainable Development - Global Community Action 1 held in August 2000. The same issues discussed during Global 2000 are relevant to the Global Dialogue 2002 on Earth Management - all People together. Several new issues were added for Global Dialogue 2002. All research papers of Global 2000 are still available for reading at . 2) Special interest group and workshop 3) Agricultural Sustainability
10:45 am - 12:15 pm        Session G
1) Trade and globalization 2) The definition of 'Sustainable Development' with the idea that free trade and the planetary trading blocks are serving the Human Family, and not the other way around for the benefits of a few people on the planet 3) Global cooperation, the new way of doing business, ‘a new way of life’. 4) Trade and the Way of Life of the West to include ethical and moral values, responsibility and accountability in all situations and places. 5) The Summit of the Americas, the FTAA and Earth Management. 6) The Peoples Revolution of the New Age.
1:15 pm - 3:00 pm        Session H
1)The Scale of Human and Earth Rights 2) Reforming the structure and voting system of the United Nations organization 3) The Charter of the Earth Community 4) The annulment of the special voting privileges of the Five Permanent Members of the UN, and the establishment of a voting system that give to each nation one vote per million people. 5) The establishment of the Scale of Human and Earth Rights as a replacement to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
3:15 pm - 5:30 pm        Session I
1) Models of the Earth Government 2) Establishing the foundation of the Earth Gov. 3) Democracy of the New Age Civilization will blossom out of the Scale of Human and Earth Rights. 4) Earth Environmental Governance.
August 20
9:30 am - 10:30 am        Session J
1) Evolution, Creation, Intelligent Design, and now, the Guiding Souls to serve God 2) History in making: the end of superpowers, the birth of the New Age Civilization, the age of global co-operation 3) Proposing our Charter to the FTAA
10:45 am - 12:15 pm        Session K
1) On the creation of a new nation through the process of the Earth Court of Justice: Palestinians and Jews of Israel are invited to the global dialogue to create sustainable communities and a permanent peace movement in the land. 2) Poster presentation and student project viewing 3) New symbiotical relationships between the nations to the North with those of the South
1:15 pm - 3:00 pm        Session L
1) Establishing fundamental aspects and criteria of the New Age Civilization: all Peoples together, the Human Family, the Soul of Humanity, the Earth Community, the Global Community, Global Economic Cooperation, Earth Governance, Earth Environmental Governance, global cooperation, global Ministries, and Earth Government. 2) Leadership for the Human Family: Reflective Human Action for a Culture of Peace.
3:15 pm - 5:30 pm        Session M
1) Reforming the World Trade Organization (WTO), and the FTAA 2) Global financial institutions serving the Earth Community 3) A method of raising global taxes, of redistributing incomes to the poorest communities, of providing debt-free technical assistance to non-industrial and developing countries to help them out of poverty and to meet environmental and social standards 4) Means and action plan of eradicating poverty in the world. 5) The formation of global ministries to manage the world affairs in several aspects of our lives: energy, agriculture, environment, health, Earth resources, Earth management, security and safety, emergencies and rescues, trade, banks, speculation on world markets, peace, family and human development, water resources protection, family and human development, water resources protection, youth, education, justice, science and technology, finance, human resources, ethics, human and Earth rights, sustainable development, industry, and manufacturing products, etc. Global ministries will be given power to rule themselves in harmony with each other. The WTO will not be the only global ministry that can rule on cases related to trade.
August 21
9:30 am - 10:30 am        ECO annual meeting
10:45 am - 12:15 pm        Session N
1) The Earth Court of Justice 2) The Earth Ministry of Justice 3) The Earth Ministry of the Environment 4) Formation of other global ministries 5) The Earth Resources Ministry: assessing, compiling, managing and protecting Earth resources, and the Earth Court of Justice prosecuting cases involving crimes related to the relentless misused of the Earth resources.
15 pm - 3:00 pm        Session O
1) Settling of disputes between nations through the process of the Earth Court of Justice: the peoples of Kashmir, India and Pakistan are invited to dialogue about the disputed territory of Kashmir. 2) The Earth Court of Justice be asked to prohibit the process of market speculation worldwide, abolish speculation altogether. It can bankrupt a country's economy in seconds. Speculation should be de-institutionalized. Humanity has no real need for speculation, and it does way more damage than good. 3) Fight against terrorism and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. 4) Poster presentation and student project viewing
3:15 pm - 5:30 pm        Session P
1) Restoration of the planet, our home 2) Global Warming and ratifying the Kyoto Protocol 3) Climate Change 4) Closing Ceremony
August 22
Guided tours. Meet at the site at 9:30 am.
 
 

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Global Dialogue 2000 Issues

Global Dialogue 2000 was the Global Dialogue of the World Congress on Managing and Measuring Sustainable Development - Global Community Action 1 that started August 1st, 2000, on the Internet. The same issues listed below were relevant to Global Dialogue 2002 Earth Management - all People together. We are showing here the Index of Global Dialogue 2000.

Index 1. Scheduling
2. Introduction and Procedure
3. Discussion Roundtables

* Social
* Environment
* Economic Development
* Availability of Resources

4. Discussion roundtable leaders
5. Summary of all Comments and Recommendations from Participants
6. Concluding Remark

The listing of the issues is shown here:
Issues and Discussion Roundtables of Global 2000

Global Dialogue 2002 was being held all over the planet. Our website was used to relate results to everyone so as to continue the dialogue with everyone else on Earth.

Global Dialogue 2000 had 73 Discussion Roundtables divided into the four interacting blocks: Social (37), Environment (16), Economics (8) and Availability of Resources (12).

Leaders of the Discussion Roundtables were allowed to organize their sessions in their own town, university or home, wherever, as long as they assumed all costs. Noone was being paid for their work and expenses. This was strictly on a volunteering basis and no money was made available or will be available. Leaders have also invited the public, experts and all Participants to their Discussion Roundtable. This was a grassroots process and everyone was invited.

Leaders were chosen. They did not have to do this. They were given the opportunity to up-out of this process at any time without penalties of any kind. We are breaking grounds with the World Congress and in the ways international conferences may be held in the future. Noone had ever organized a World Congress having people (including the general public) from all over the planet participating interactively from their own town, community, universities or homes.

Daily results of the Discussion Roundtables usually include comments and recommendations and were to be sent by email to globalcommunity@telus.net
in the message area of the email.

All Participants were invited to send their comments and recommendations to the Leaders of their choice. Participants were required to communicate with their leaders of interest and were required to discuss via email and send comments and recommendations to them.


The listing of the 73 Discussion Roundtables is shown here.

Social Aspects

1. On well-being, the healthy family and the community
2. The role of families
3. Women's issues
4. Personal sustainable development pathway
5. Social development
6. Earth Charter
7. Aboriginal peoples
8. Human Rights
9. Quality of Life
10. Global Ethics
11. Genetic resources
12. Public discussions: listening to all voices
13. Eradication of poverty
14. Wars, armed conflicts, and violence
15. Earth management
16. Cooperation between developing and developed countries
17. Human health
18. Education and training
19. Spiritual values helping a sustainable future
20. Transboundary agreements
21. Disability and globalization
22. Human evolutionary development
23. Institutions for Environmental Governance: issues of Community Participation and Sustainable Development
24. International and interstate conflicts on the base of environmental stress
25. Social-economical problems of environmental refugees
26. Sustainable urban community development
27. Globalization
28. Earth Community: its objectives, the GCAC, the Charter, the grassroots process and the organization
29. World models to sustain Earth
30. Definition of Sustainable Development
31. Vision of Earth in Year 2024
32. The Scale of Values
33. A photo display presentation for interpreting sustainability
34. Dramatic play presentation
35. Implementation of Sustainable Development
36. Measurement and assessment of indicators
37. Population Pressure


Environment Aspects


1. Ecological protection and management
2. Sustainability of technological processes
3. Marine area management
4. Land management
5. Waste management
6. Energy management
7. Ozone layer protection
8. Global warming
9. Climate changes assessment and management
10. Air pollution
11. Water pollution
12. Measurement and assessment of indicators
13. Land Degradation
14. Environmental films to stimulate the emotional perception of ecological problems and motivate people
15. Ecological Education
16. Watershed Management


Economic Development


1. Global Economic Development
2. Risk analysis to measure sustainable development for large construction projects
3. Integrated system of economy-environment accounting
4. Financing sustainable development
5. Measurement and assessment of indicators
6. Sustainability and Global Consumption
7. Sustainability, lifestyle and global consumption
8. Sustainable Agriculture and World Trade



Availability of Resources


1. Resources management
2. Farming
3. Water resources protection and management
4. Measurement and assessment of indicators
5. Energy
6. Mining
7. Tourism
8. Forest Issues and Sustainable Forestry
9. Fresh Water Resources, Clean Air and Human Rights
10. Oil and Gas Industry
11. Manufacturing Industry, Consumption and Sustainability
12. Power Industry

 


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