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Global Dialogue 2000
Front page
Participants
Explanatory notes
Issues
Recommendations
Universal values
Global Dialogue 2002
Front page
Participants
Explanatory notes
Issues
Recommendations
Global Dialogue 2004
Front page
Participants
Explanatory notes
Local, global issues
Recommendations
Overview
Global Dialogue 2006
Preliminary program 2006 Preface
Theme
Issues
Organizing Committee
Registration
Registration Form

Opening Ceremonies
Closing Ceremonies
Program Scheduling
Framework for Sessions

Place of the Global Dialogue
Deadlines
What are the expectations from the Participants and Leaders of the Discussion Roundtables and Workshop Sessions?
Expectations from those sending research Papers
General listing of Participants
List of participants submitting research papers
Call for Papers
Paper Submission Cover Sheet

Presentation Notes
Other Submission Cover Sheet
Workshop Sessions
Discussion Roundtables on Internet
Student Sessions
Posters you may used to promote Global Dialogue 2006
Poster Presentations

Dramatic Displays
Art work presentations
Positive actions to sustain the Global Community and all life, good Earth governance and management
Vision of Earth in Year 2024
Brain-storming exercises on all issues
Proceedings
Trade Show
Special arrangements
Other arrangements
Collaboration with other organizations
Sponsors and donations
Submission of sponsored activities
Volunteers
Guided Tours
Other Activities
General Inquiries
Accommodations and meals
Universal Currency Converter service
Transportation and accessible services
Expense Estimate Information
General information on the site
Main Index 2006 Previous Global Dialogues
Issues and Discussion Roundtables of Global Dialogue 2000
Issues and Workshop Sessions of Global Dialogue 2002
Issues and Workshop Sessions of Global Dialogue 2004
Global Dialogue 2006
Scheduling
Introduction and Procedure
Preliminary Program
Workshop Sessions anywhere in the world
Discussion Roundtables on Internet
For more information contact the Office of Global Dialogue 2006
Proceedings 2006 Program 2006 ]Front Page ]Participants ]Issues ]Explanatory Notes  ]Overview ]Recommendations ]
Local and global issues
Events
Participants
Documents
Call for Papers
Call for Papers
Submission Criteria
Paper submission form
Paper submission and presentation notes
Participant Registration Form
Research and investigation
Brain-storming exercises on issues
Start up your workshop session
Scheduling
Introduction and Procedure
Participate in Workshop Sessions
Workshop Session Leaders Info
For more information contact the Office of Global Dialogue 2006

Discussion roundtables on Internet
Summary of dialogue and recommendations
Recommendations
Publication of results, press releases
Registration form
Write your results and speak on issues
Publish a letter on our website  ] Send us an article to be published in our Newsletters  ]
Leaders

Listing of the Global Dialogue 2006 Leaders and of issues obtained from
our press releases, newsletters, and participants.

Read about what makes you a Leader.

Earth Community Organization (ECO)
History
ECO Headquarters
ECO Executive
Charter of the Global Community
ECO membership
Youth participation
Peace movement Abolition of weapons of mass destruction ]Settling of disputes between nations ]
Global concepts
Scale of Human and Earth Rights
Comparing the Scale to the CCRF and UDHR
Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (CCRF)
Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)
Protection of the global life-support systems Protect photosynthesis: less CO2 , more Oxygen and better health for all of us.Earth Rights ]Primordial Human Rights ]Community Rights ]Cultural Rights ]Drinking water, clean air and food for all ]Status of religious rights ]Status of business and consumer rights ]Status of civil and political rights ]Status of community and social rights ]Status of cultural rights ]Status of primordial human rights ]
Earth Rights
Primordial Human Rights
Community Rights
Cultural Rights
Statement of rights and responsibilities
Statement of rights and responsibilities of a person, 'a global community' and 'the Global Community'
Explanatory notes on the Statement

I am not just a woman, I am a person, I am citizen of a global community
I am not just a man, I am a person, I am citizen of a global community
We are responsible, accountable and equal persons in every way, and we will manage wisely our population and Earth
We are citizens of the Global Community, the Earth Community, the human family
Rights and responsibilities
Rights and responsibilities of 'the Global Community'
Rights and responsibilities of a Global Community citizen
Universal values
Fulfilling the requirements for a world sustainable development
Values the Global Community stand for
Security
Global ministries
Social Justice
Ecological rights
Primordial human rights
Cultural rights
Consumer rights
Political rights
Economic rights and responsibilities
Global corporate ethics
Corporate checks and balances
Improved democracy
Global symbiotical relationships
Global Community Citizenship
Certified Corporate Global Community Citizenship
Celebration of Life Day
Earth flag
Evolution, Creation and now, Guiding Souls
1.     Evolution, Creation and now, Guiding Souls
2.     Is humanity as we know it today on Earth our final destination?
3.     The Soul of the Global Community
4.     Soul of Humanity's Message
5.     Forever darkness for the Souls related to the war industry, the business of conflicts and wars
6.     Revelations, by God
Scenarios of humanity's future
Vision of the Earth in year 2024
Archives
Germain Dufour short Resume
Letters
Recent Letters sent to people, organizations, officials of nation governments:
Year 1999 to July 2002  ] Sept. 2002 to March 2003  ] April 2003 to Dec. 2003  ] Jan. 2004 to Oct.2004  ]
Newsletters
Recent Newsletters and othersNewsletters years 2000-2002 ] Newsletters Sept 2002 to Dec 2003 ]
Newsletters Jan 2004 to July 2004 ]
Press releases
Recent Press Releases and others Press releases years 2000 to Oct 2003  ] Press releases Jan 3, 2004 to June 11, 2004  ]
Contact us
Earth governance and management
Global governance
Global governance and Earth management
Introduction
A) Earth management
B) Oil consumption and accountability
C) America, a rogued nation
D) Earth governance
E) Global Community Overall Picture
F) China is next after North Korea
G) Mines and mining the impacts
H) World energy demand
I) The sustainable use of drinking water
J) The global concept of ownership
K) The adoption of world sustainable development
L) Religion and conservation
M) Earth governance
N) The war industry is the mother of all evils
O) Earth Environmental Governance
P) A democratically planned global economy
Q) Profit-based conservation strategies for natural ecosystems
Reforming the United Nations
Global ministries
A) Earth Ministry of Health
B) Global ministries for Earth management
C)The formation of glolbal ministries
Earth security
A)     Global security policies
B)     The media industry and global security
Global Community Assessment Centre (GCAC)
Measurement of sustainable development ] Global Community Assessment Centre ] Restoration of the planet, our home ] the Global Community overall picture ] Sustainable Development ]
Greenhouse gas emissions
Global warming
Climate change adaptation
Climate change  ] Greenhouse gas emissions  ] Global warming  ] Global warming systems  ] Fossil fuels  ] Crude oil future  ] Clean air and nations  ] Alternative energy  ] Forest industry and paper manufacturing  ]
Global response to events
A)     Food production for the Global Community
B)     Sound solutions to help manage and sustain Earth
C)     A global sustainable development
D)    Portal of sustainable development
E)     A democratically planned global economy - Societal Sustainability
F)     Long term well-being as a solution to world sustainable development
G)     Societal sustainability is really about symbiotical relationships
H)     Same-sex marriages
Global co-operation
Models of global governance
Restoration of the planet, our home
Measurement of sustainable development ] Global Community Assessment Centre ] the Global Community overall picture ] Sustainable Development ]
Universal health care
Employment for all global community citizens
Education for all global citizens
Drinking water, clean air and food for all
Eradicating poverty
Genetically modified food  ] Agricultural needs  ] Sustainable agriculture  ] Food supplies  ]
Earth environmental governance
Our overpopulated planet
1.0        Overview of the problem
1.1        Societal sustainability
1.2        Agriculture and population increase
1.3        Our overpopulated planet
1.4        Overpopulation and natural resources

2.0       Growth and measurement of world population
2.1       Data and terminology
2.2       Measurement of world population
2.3       Developing nations with low total fertility rate
2.4       Developing nations with high total fertility rate
2.5       Policies to decrease world population

3.0       Global Community overall picture
4.0       Overpopulation as social issue
5.0       Impacts of the overpopulation
6.0       Population control

7.0       Action at the Global Community level
7.1       Impacts of family planning and health services
7.2       Reproductive health services
7.3       Unintended pregnancies
7.4       Abortion policies
7.5       Nutritional anemia in pregnancy
7.6       Care in pregnancy and childbirth
7.7       HIV/AIDS
7.8       Risk of death in childbearing
7.9       Improving reproductive health
7.10       Biodiversity
7.11       Forests
7.12       Education
7.13       Population and hope

8.0       Birth Control
8.1       History of birth control
8.2       Traditional birth control methods:
8.3       Modern birth control methods:
8.4       Religious and cultural attitudes to birth control

9.0       Action at the local community level
10.0       Action concerning fisheries
11.0       Action concerning forests
12.0       Action concerning agricultural land and food production
13.0       Action concerning world hunger
14.0       Action concerning natural resources
15.0       Action concerning water
16.0       Carrying capacity
17.0       Overview of results from this report
18.0       Conclusion
19.0       Recommendations
Global economy and trade
Global economy
1.0        A democratically planned global economy
2.0        Profit-based conservation strategies for natural ecosystems
Business and trade
3.0        New way of doing business
4.0        Profit-based conservation practices
5.0        Do not become a member of the WTO
6.0        Global trading practices
7.0        The policy of private-enterprise solutions to global warming
Societal sustainability
8.0        Food production for the Global Community
9.0        Sound solutions to help manage and sustain Earth
10.0        A global sustainable development
11.0        Portal of sustainable development
12.0        A democratically planned global economy - Societal Sustainability
13.0        Long term well-being as a solution to world sustainable development
Earth Court of Justice
Justice without borders
1.0        Justice without borders
2.0         Actions for the good of all as per the Statement of Rights and Responsibilities of the Global Community citizens.
Earth Court of Justice
3.0        Make-up of the Earth Court of Justice
4.0         Earth Court of Justice for a model of Earth governance based on democratically elected representatives to global ministries
The Global Community Overall Picture
Corporate social responsibility
Status of business and consumer rights  ] New way of doing business  ] Guidelines and criteria for projects  ] A global regulatory framework  ] Code of conduct for corporations  ] Business responsibility for sustainable development  ] Preventive actions against polluters  ] Corporate accountability  ] Projects and programs  ]
A global regulatory framework
Management of world financial institutions
Quality of Earth governance
Global tax
A)         A tobin tax as a powerful instrument of the promotion of sustainable development
B)         A Green Tax Shift Policy Approach to financing local-to-global public goods
C)         The debt of developing countries - was really a global tax developed countries had to pay to developing countries
New way of doing business
Global tax
A)         A tobin tax as a powerful instrument of the promotion of sustainable development
B)         A Green Tax Shift Policy Approach to financing local-to-global public goods
C)         The debt of developing countries - was really a global tax developed countries had to pay to developing countries
Settling of disputes between nations
Peace movement ] Abolition of weapons of mass destruction ]
A)        The settling of disputes between nations
B)        The Peace Movement is about courage
C)        The urgent need for local, regional, national, international peace and security
Abolition of weapons of mass destruction
Management of Earth resources
Global warning systems
Actions against polluters
Agriculture and needs of the Global Community
Genetically modified food  ] Eradicating poverty  ] Agricultural needs  ] Sustainable agriculture  ] Food supplies  ]
1.0         World population
2.0         Genetic engineering
3.0         Food Consumption
4.0         Food Production
5.0         Sustainable food security at the individual, household, national, regional and global levels is a primordial huam right.
6.0         Action Plan of the Global Community
Cattle and beef industry
Forest industry,paper manufacturing,packaging
    The impact of deforestation
    Action concerning forests
Profit-based conservation strategies
Cities: power, rights and responsibilities
Projects and programs
Reviewing of development projects
Impacts on Land Use and Landscape
Ecological Impacts
Code of conduct for corporations
Media ownership and global regulation
    Global security policies
    The media industry and global security
Corporate accountability
Crude oil future
Fossil fuels
Climate change  ] Greenhouse gas emissions  ] Global warming  ] Global warming systems  ] Crude oil future  ] Clean air and nations  ] Alternative energy  ] Forest industry and paper manufacturing  ]
Alternative energy
Genetically modified foods
Global Community overall picture
North America
Latin America and the Caribbean
Africa
Europe
Asia
Oceania
Land and nations
Water and nations
Drinking water, clean air and food for all ] Primordial Human Rights ]
    Global Ministry on Water Resources
    Global Community Overall Picture
    Drinking water is primordial human right
    Drinking water sources
    Water resources assessment
    Water pollution
    Water Security Index
    School project
Clean air and nations
Food supplies
Our overpopulated planet
State of primordial human rights
Status of community and social rights
Earth Rights ] Primordial Human Rights ] Community Rights ] Cultural Rights ] Drinking water, clean air and food for all ] Status of religious rights ] Status of business and consumer rights ] Status of civil and political rights ] Status of community and social rights ] Status of cultural rights ] Status of primordial human rights ]
Status of cultural rights
Status of religious rights
Status of civil and political rights
Status of business and consumer rights
Sustainable Development
Definition of sustainable development
A)     The definition of Sustainable Development with the idea that free trade and the planetary trading blocks are serving the Global Community, and not the other way around for the benefits of a few people.
B)     Personal Sustainable Development pathway.
1.    Introduction
2.    The appalling dilemma of decision-making
3.    What is personal sustainable development?
4.    What to decide?
5.    Spiritual values and survival
6.    Old rules to deal with old fears
7.    Human conscience
8.    What are the universal needs of a family, a community
9.    Governments self-serving politics
10.   Do laws serve more governments and selected groups than the overall population?
11.   Creating a universal code of conduct acceptable to all?
12.   The Universal Scale of Values
13.   The Glass Bubble Concept of a Global Community and Evolution
14.   Teaching children to become self-confident thinkers
15.   Is the human race becoming more intuitive or instinctive?
16.   Personal sustainable development for children
17.    In sustaining the development of your own life

Measurement of sustainable development
Global Community Assessment Centre ] Restoration of the planet, our home ] the Global Community overall picture ] Sustainable Development ]
The mathematical model (see Restoration of the Planet) The definition of sustainable development
The weighting method
The impact equation
The four interacting circles
Assessment categories
The components of the four major quality systems
*      People or social aspects
*     Environment aspects
*     Economic development aspects
*     Availability of resources aspects
Scoring method for performance
The Scale of Values obtained from the survey, guess-estimated and standard
Impact equation example: Forestry
The GSDP expression
Equitable and peaceful development
Science and technology for development
Disseminating information and educating
Global co-operation on development
Global portal on sustainable development
Home and community development
Sustainable economic development
Ecological sustainable development
Sustainable buildings
Guidelines and criteria for projects
Programs for training and educating
Environmental consumerism
Spirituality, religions and conservation
Research and development
Societal sustainability
Sustainable Development Global Information Society
Social development and access to information
Business responsibility for sustainable development
HIV/AIDS and development
ICTs and development
Social development
Sustainable energy
Recycling and biodegradability
Sustainable agriculture
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.
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