The Global Community has had work on Global Governance ever since 1985.
A short list of our previous work on Global Governance .
For more recent work on Global Governance read the following table.
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| July 10, 2007
|| 10 propositions pour la paix , by Guy CRÉQUIE, firstname.lastname@example.org
Le XXIè siècle est celui du troisième millénaire, il doit anticiper l'héritage que nous laisserons à la nouvelle génération.
Ce siècle peut, doit, décider comme le propose l'UNESCO que la pauvreté est une atteinte insupportable aux droits de l'homme mais plus encore, il doit décider que l'humanité est un sujet politique et juridique( déterminant comme instance de vie) supérieur à la logique économique.
| June 10, 2007
|| Global Justice for all life on the planet
by Germain Dufour, with the Global Community
The Global Community Global Justice Movement has many inter-related components: monetary, social, economic, environmental, democracy, and peace. The Global Community Global Justice Movement
promotes new thinking to benefit all economies and societies – the true, fair, democratic and efficient solution to poverty. The Global Community has the productive resources to eliminate poverty and
injustice. Humanity is now in the process of developing the democratic and transparent communications infrastructure which can bring this about.
Our approach transcends left-wing/right-wing designations. We see both conventional capitalism and socialism as being two arms of a philosophy which concentrate power in an elite, to the detriment of society
as a whole. Reforming the current money system, to empower each and every person, is a first step for justice.
| May 31, 2007
|| Letter sent: Indian Farmer Leader On India-US Pact On GMOs , by Krishan Bir Chaudhary
and published by ASHOK B SHARMA, Indian Society For Sustainable Agriculture Indian Express Newspapers (Mumbai) Ltd.
I am sending a brief note on "US-India Agricultural Knowledge Initiative" agreement on agriculture for your kind perusal. The entire agreement is shroud in mystery and the
farmers of the country have serious apprehensions about the real intent and motive of the joint agreement. Indian Agricultural Scientists have done a very splendid job through years
of sustained research. Their scientific acumen and compatibility can match the best of faculty in the world. This agriculture agreement will oblige our scientist to became a tool in the hands of the multinationals for advancement & promotion of their interest in India. I would like to give a
brief on the entire gamut of the US-India agreement as the matter concerns India's sovereignty and the future of Indian agriculture.
| May 26, 2007
|| Globalization And Democracy: Some Basics, by Michael Parenti ,
The fight against free trade is a fight for the right to politico-economic democracy, public services, and a social wage,
the right not to be completely at the mercy of big capital. The goal of the transnational corporation is to become truly transnational, poised above the sovereign power of any particular nation, while being served by the sovereign powers of all nations.
| June 6, 2007
|| Resource Wars: Can We Survive Them? , by Stephen Lendman ,
This article addresses reckless living unmindful of the consequences. It's about endless wars and resources they're waged for. It's about gaining control of what we
can't do without, but must learn to, or we'll risk losing far more, including the planet's ability to sustain life. If we reach that point, it won't matter except to
resilient beetles and bacteria free at last from us. Instead of being an asset, superior human intelligence has us on the brink of our own self-destruction.
| April 21, 2007
|| Human Rights And Globalization, by Dr. Samir Naim-Ahmed, published in Countercurrents.org
Would globalization enhance the implementation of human rights as stated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights ( 1948 ) and the subsequent United Nations agreements , particularly the covenant on civil and political rights ( 1966 ),
the covenant on economic, social and cultural rights (1966 ) and the declaration on the right to development (1986 )?
| April 25, 2007
|| 1st Virtual Congress on World Citizenship and democratic Governance
PLANET OF EDUCATION FOR WORLD CITIZENS Letter sent to the Global Community by Nina Goncharova, - Russia;
Co-signed by: Carol Hiltner, Jackie Stratton, Susan Quattrociocchi, Maia Rose, Theresa Fornalski, Carolyn Cilek, Clarice Sieden – USA;
Claude Veziau – Canada; Igor Zinger, David Kaplun – Israel
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Our websites: http://www.altaimir.org/2007youthfestival.htm and http://Planet3000.site.voila.fr
| March 9, 2007
|| The Crime of War in Iraq , by DR. Charles Mercieca , International Association of Educators for World Peace,
Professor Emeritus, Alabama A and M University,
Environmental Protection, Human Rights & Disarmament
What is the purpose of having rules and regulations when we can disregard them at will at any moment we like? Since the early days of human existence, those that transgressed rules and regulations to the detriment of others always tended to be punished, sooner or later. In order for us to understand the seriousness of such violations, we need to understand properly the significance
of laws. In order to do that, we must have a clear concept of the four hierarchical laws of which ascetical writers spoke over the past several centuries.
| March 10, 2007
|| GREAT SHIFT OF POWER, by Triaka Smith,
The CONSTITUTION of UNITED DIVERSITY, The New Earth Cooperative
To explain, since "Justice" is the principle of Moral
Rightness, its a rational view that to force a human being
into submission when that person has neither threatened
nor caused harm to others, is both Irrational Enslavement
and Morally Unjust. In this connection, it's worth noting
that while civilized people have voluntarily agreed to make
illegal the Initiation of Physical Force by one human upon
another, as in murder, rape, and robbery, no government
on earth has yet been held to the same Moral Standard.
| March 11, 2007
|| A Predator Becomes More Dangerous When Wounded, by Noam Chomsky, with The Guardian, and published in Countercurrents.org
For the US, the primary issue in the Middle East has been, and remains, effective control of its unparalleled energy resources.
A US attack on Iran would effectively launch WWIII. The US invasion of Iraq virtually instructed Iran to develop a nuclear deterrent. The message was that the US attacks at will, as long as the target is defenceless.
Then again, a predator becomes even more dangerous, and less predictable, when wounded. In desperation to salvage something, the Bush administration might risk even
greater disasters. It has created an unimaginable catastrophe in Iraq. It has been unable to establish a reliable client state within, and cannot withdraw without facing the possible loss of control of the Middle East's energy resources.
| February 7, 2007
|| How Generous Is the Bill Gates Foundation? If the Gates Foundation is so generous, why does it invest millions in companies that pollute the land in the very places the foundation was designed to help? , by Allison H. Fine, http://www.alternet.org/authors/8004/, published in AlterNet: The Mix is the Message
| February 2, 2007
|| Which Will It Be America, Empire or Democracy? The dream of the Bush administration -– eternal global domination -- disappeared in Iraq. But it remains to be seen if the American people will choose to keep their empire or return to a constitutional democracy, by Chalmers Johnson, Tomdispatch.com, published in AlterNet: The Mix is the Message
| January 22, 2007
|| Planet Earth in Peril: ALERT EVERYONE! Time for Radical Change, by Bravo Z. Bywydd with http://Bombshelter.org I’m contstantly astonishing at the lack of response by society, with all of its specializations & preoccupations — to the growing planetary SURVIVAL crisis.
| January 4, 2007
|| The Great Charter of Harmony for an Information Civilization: Positive Alternative to a Leaving Civilization, by Leo Semashko , Published on:
The quality of Earth governance is reflected in each local community worldwide. The Global Community will show leadership by creating
a global civil ethic within the Global Community. The Global Constitution describes all values needed for good global governance:
mutual respect, tolerance, respect for life, justice for all everywhere, integrity, and caring. The Scale of Human and Earth Rights
has become an inner truth and the benchmark of the millennium in how everyone sees all values. The Scale encompasses the right of all people to:
* the preservation of ethnicity
* equitable treatment, including gender equity
* protection against corruption and the military
* earn a fair living, have shelter and provide for their own welfare and that of their family
* peace and stability
* universal value systems
* participation in governance at all levels
* access the Earth Court of Justice for redress of gross injustices
* equal access to information
We define Earth governance as the traditions and institutions by which authority in a country is exercised for the common good. This includes:
(i) the process by which those in authority are selected, monitored and replaced,
(ii) the capacity of the government to effectively manage its resources and implement sound policies with respect to the Scale of Human and Earth
Rights and the belief, values, principles and aspirations of the New Age Civilization,
(iii) the respect of citizens and the state for the institutions that govern economic, environment, Earth resources, and social interactions among them,
(iv) the freedom of citizens to find new ways for the common good, and
(v) the acceptance of responsibility and accountability for our ways.
Earth governance is a balance between the rights of states with rights of people, and the interests of nations with the interests of the Global Community, the human family, the global civil society.
GCEG governance of the Earth will make the rule of arbitrary power--economic (WTO, FTAA, NAFTA, EU), political (UN), or military (U.S.A. and NATO)-- subjected to the rule of Global Law within the global civil society, the
human family. Justice is for everyone and is everywhere, a universal constant. GCEG Earth governance does not imply a lost of state sovereignty and territorial integrity. A nation government can exists within the framework of an
effective Global Community Earth Government protecting common global values and humanity heritage. GCEG Earth governance gives a new meaning to the notions of territoriality, and non-intervention in a state way of life,
and it is about protecting the cultural heritage of a state. Diversity of cultural, religion, and ethnic groups is an important aspect of Earth governance. Earth governance is a balance between the rights of states with rights of people,
and the interests of nations with the interests of the the Global Community, GCEG, the human family, the global civil society. GCEG Earth governance is about the rights of states to self-determination in the global context of the Global
Community rather than the traditional context of a world of separate states. Although GCEG ensures state governments that it will obey the principle of non-intervention in domestic affairs, it will also stand for the rights and interests
of the people within individual states in which the security of people is extensively endangered. A global consensus to that effect will be agreed upon by all Member States.
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 are given power to rule themselves in harmony with each other. The Global Constitution defines
the relationship between global ministries and the GCEG.