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The Global Community is very much active in promoting the formation of global ministries. Within each ministry there is a section about the 'Global Community Overall Picture' which describes the situation in all nations of the world, and we divided the world in five different regions:

North America,
Countries in Latin America & the Caribbean,
Africa,
Europe, and
Asia & Oceania.

Each global ministry has a description of what is happening in the different regions. There are actual facts about what is happening in the world about all issues we have discussed during global dialogues in years 2000, 2002, and 2004. Issues of global dialogue 2006 are also included in this project. Our work is too create a plausible scenario(s) of what the world could be between now and a not-so-distant future.

The Global Community benefits largely by adopting the Statement and seeing the world through humanity's new vision of the world.


The scope of the Global Community Overall Picture is very wide, covering issues identified in each Global Dialogue. Each Global Dialogue continues the tradition of selecting a theme for in-depth treatment.

A) Global Dialogue 2000
Theme
World Congress on Managing and Measuring Sustainable Development: Global Community Action 1
Held in Guelph, Ontario, Canada, August 1-22, 2000

B) Global Dialogue 2002
Earth Management - All Peoples together
Theme
Earth Government for Earth Community - A grassroots process -
Held in August 17-22, 2002, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and on Internet in August 1-31, 2002.

C) Global Dialogue 2004
New Age Civilization of the 3rd Millennium: the age of global co-operation and symbiotical relationships
Theme
A Vision to Caring for Life and Earth
Held August 21st, 2004 in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada, and on Internet in August 1-31, 2004.

It is now sponsoring Global Dialogue 2006
Politics and Justice without borders
Theme
Actions for the good of all as per the Statement of Rights and Responsibilities of the Global Community citizens.

The Statement of Rights and Responsibilities was selected for special attention in Global Dialogue 2006. The Statement was developed over the past several global dialogues. The Global Community benefits largely by adopting the Statement and seeing the world through humanity's new vision of the world.

Humanity's new vision of the world is about seeing human activities on the planet through:

a) the Scale of Human and Earth Rights;
b) the Statement of Rights and Responsibilities of a person and the Global Community; and
c) building global symbiotical relationships between people, institutions, cities, provinces and nations of the world.

Humanity's new vision of the world has adopted the basic premise that doing good and the well-being of the 'other' are the 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 and social development which could well change the functioning of global communities everywhere. We are becoming the human family. The Charter of the Global Community has made grounds in peoples 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!

The Global Community promotes the adoption of world sustainable development and for strong international cooperation to achieve world sustainable development. Global cooperation can facilitate native people's acceptance of rational policies, financial assistances and advanced technologies provided by the international community and that international cooperation also can contribute to regulating world population distribution, improving low population quality of backward countries, protecting and exploiting natural resources, developing those products and industries which can cause lower consumption of natural resources and energy sources with light pollution of environment, and keeping environmental stability and ecological balance. In a word, international cooperation greatly contributes to world sustainable development.

Global Dialogue 2006 includes discussions on:

a) social problems of urbanization in economically under-developed regions;
b) practical methods of promoting social change at the local level;
c) the interrelationship of social and economic development;
e) removing obstacles to social progress; and
f) poverty, unemployment and discrimination.





 

 

 

 

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