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Politics and Justice without borders
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Building Global Communities for all life


The raison d'etre of Global Dialogue 2007 is to find sound solutions to sustain the Global Community and all life this century. New concepts and strategies had to be developed and are shown on this website.

Global Dialogue 2007 will bring forward many more new concepts and value systems, and positive actions to sustain the Global Community, and actions for the good of all as per the Statement of rights, responsibilities, and accountabilities of the Global Community citizens.

This Global Dialogue is also about politics and Justice without borders. The Global Community is involved with the affairs of all levels of government anywhere, anyplace.

So far, throughout the year 2006, we have accomplished an enormous amount of work all of which to the benefit of humanity. Global Dialogue 2006 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. So will the Global Citizens Rights, Responsibility and Accountability Act.

Global Dialogue 2007 is a continuation of this great work. We want everyone to participate. Submit your work for Global Dialogue 2007 as per the OVERVIEW of the process Global Dialogue 2007 OVERVIEW of the process

Submit a group project, could be a school, college or university project:
Send us your own short version of the Global Constitution. It has to be developed from the actual longer version approved by Global Parliament. The Global Constitution approved by Global Parliament Depending on the level of participation, we may have different categories for this special project.

Global Parliament will be reviewing all proposals.

During the Ceremonies of Global Dialogue 2007, Global Dialogue 2007 a special Award ECO Award will be given to the group with the best short version.

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 in the coming century – quite possibly at levels that can co-exist with forests that teem with human and non-human life for centuries to come.

Comprehensive population policies are an essential element in a global development strategy that combines access to reproductive health services, to education and economic opportunities, to improved energy and natural resource technologies, and to healthyer models of consumption and the "good life. Global Dialogue 2007 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 2007 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 2007 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 2007 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


 





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