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from: Global Dialogue 2004 <globaldialogue2004atXYZxyzw.ca>
subject: Global Dialogue 2004 Final Program

Global Dialogue 2004 Final Program [Image] Call for Papers and participation in the
dialogue The first Press Release from Global Dialogue 2004 is found at
http://members.shaw.ca/globaldialogue2004/pressreleasesyears20042008.htm January 2004
Newsletter can be found at the following location:
http://members.shaw.ca/globaldialogue2004/newsletters20042006.htm There are no costs in
reading our Newsletters and Press Releases. January 2004 Newsletter is showing the Final
Program of Global Dialogue 2004. It tells you how you can participate. You can read about
the Final Program in the following two locations:
http://members.shaw.ca/globaldialogue2004/index.htm
http://www.telusplanet.net/public/gdufour/Program.htm Global Dialogue 2004 is about all of
the issues we discussed during the previous global dialogues plus new issues related to
helping humanity in seeing how important this 21st century is to the survival of all life
on Earth. It is a difficult period of time for it implies the survival of all lifeforms on
Earth for this century. The world needs to develop a sense of direction we ought to take as
a species, to define our duties as citizens of the Earth and as the Global Community.
Workshop Sessions and Discusssion Roundtables will last from August 1 to 31. One of the
sites for the Workshop Sessions is in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada. The actual
location will be made available at a later date. Other Workshop Sessions may be organized
all over the world. This Call for Papers contains all the information needed to submit a
paper to be considered for Global Dialogue 2004. We welcome proposals for individual
papers, presentations, traditional panel discussions and workshops. We encourage
non-traditional formats including photographic, poster and dramatic displays dealing with
pertinent themes, and facilitated groups. We are extending a special invitation to
community groups, community activists and others directly involved in the challenges of
community and home development. Please submit your proposals for individual papers, panels,
workshops or displays using the forms shown in the Final Program. Paper topics include all
aspects of sustainable development, Earth governance and management, plus all issues
related to the formation of new symbiotical relationships on Earth as defined in Issues
2004. Most recent issues are listed here at the end of this message. We are asking members
of the Earth Community Organization (ECO), the Global Community, and participants in Global
Dialogue 2004, to submit any of the following work: A ) Research paper(s) as per scientific
criteria described in the Call for Papers. Your paper is a publication and will appear in
the Proceedings to be published shortly after the conference in August 2004. Abstracts are
now published in the Final Program. B ) Your Vision of Earth in year 2024 C ) Results of
brain-storming exercises on issues. D ) The design of an Earth flag. A campaign to create
an Earth flag is going on right now and I call upon and encourage students from all over
the planet to participate in the design of the Earth flag. It will be their first unified
achievement. E ) Children's education is also part of the theme for this global dialogue.
There is a need to train the next generation in the skills of collaborating in the future
management of global change, which will be vital to survival. F ) Students of all levels
(school, college, technical, university) are invited to participate in Global Community
projects. They are asked to produce any creative work of their vision of what the Global
Community can accomplish ~ in the fields of zoology, biology, history, geography, social
and political sciences, agriculture, energy, earth sciences, forestry, communications,
wilderness, pollution, on the water supplies of the world, poverty, employment, social
justice, human and Earth rights, universal values, global concepts, business and economy,
availability of resources and so on. G ) Comments and recommendations on ideas proposed so
far and on research papers already submitted; we want to hear your opinion and views. H )
Positive and constructive actions in sustaining Earth. These are actions learned from the
previous Global Dialogues or new ones. Participants from all sectors of life are invited to
describe and explain actions that they have performed in their own homes, global
communities, business places or in any other places on the planet. I ) Articles for
publishing in future Newsletters and making them available on the Internet. Newsletters
will be posted on Global Dialogue website. Make sure you specify that it is an article for
the Newsletters and not a research paper. The Table of Contents of Global Dialogue 2004
January Newsletter is shown here. Participants will find all the information needed to
participate. Table of Contents Theme: Final Program of Global Dialogue 2004 1.0 Global
Dialogue 2004: Introduction and Procedure 2.0 Scheduling 3.0 How to participate 4.0
Participate in Workshop Sessions and Discussion Roundtables 5.0 Final Program 6.0 For more
information contact the Office of Global Dialogue 2004 Germain Dufour Project Officer
Global Dialogue 2004 186 Bowlsby Street, Nanaimo, BC, Canada V9R 5K1 websites Global
Dialogue 2004 Earth Community Organization (ECO), the Global Community Email addresses
gdufouratXYZxyzbalcommunitywebnet.com globaldialogue2004atXYZxyzw.ca If you no longer wish
receiving our Newsletters and Press Releases please let us know on a reply message. Let us
know your exact email address, and we will remove your name from our emailing list. Listing
of the Global Dialogue 2004 issues obtained from our press releases and newsletters [Image]
1. Protection of the global life-support systems. 2. Overpopulated planet. 3. Criteria to
obtain the Global Community Citizenship. 4. The statement of rights and responsibilities of
a person and of belonging to 'a global community' and to 'The Global Community', the Earth
Community, the human family. 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.
6. Political systems of nations dont have to be democracies. 7. A global symbiotical
relationship between nations. 8. The Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA). 9. Earth
resources. 10. Formation of Earth Government for the good of all. 11. Mines, and mining the
impacts. 12. The war industry, the modern evil at work. 13. Peace movement of the Earth
Community Organization (ECO). 14. Earth security. 15. Earth governance. 16. Earth Court of
Justice. 17. Foundation of the new world order. 18. Global cooperation in health issues.
19. Global community concepts. 20. Global cooperation in helping the starving world. 21.
Humanity scale of social values. 22. Upgrading the WTO and the FTAA to symbiotical
relationships. 23. Earth Government vs the United Nations. 24. Business and trade, and new
ways of doing business. 25. The Kyoto Protocol is everyone's business on Earth. 26. Earth
rights and the Scale of Human and Earth Rights. 27. Spirituality, religious beliefs and the
protection of the global life-support systems. 28. Preventive actions against the worst
polluters on the planet and those who destroy the global life-support systems. 29. Global
tax. 30. Scenarios of what might be humanity's future. 31. Vision of the Earth in year
2024. 32. Global strategies. 33. Consumerism. 34. Charter of the Earth Community. 35.
Community rights on the Scale of Human and Earth Rights. 36. A global sustainable
development. 37. Women's rights. 38. Water resources. 39. Bullying occurring at the United
Nations, and case of a predator nation. 40. Criteria to obtain one ECO, the Certified
Corporate Global Community Citizenship.

Global Dialogue 2004 Final Program
[1][cid:part1.3FFD8F69.60B7DEB0atXYZxyzw.ca]
Call for Papers and participation in the dialogue

The first Press Release from Global Dialogue 2004 is found at
[2]http://members.shaw.ca/globaldialogue2004/pressreleasesyears20042008.htm
January 2004 Newsletter can be found at the following location:
[3]http://members.shaw.ca/globaldialogue2004/newsletters20042006.htm
There are no costs in reading our Newsletters and Press Releases.
January 2004 Newsletter is showing the Final Program of Global Dialogue 2004. It tells you
how you can participate. You can read about the Final Program in the following two
locations:
[4]http://members.shaw.ca/globaldialogue2004/index.htm
[5]http://www.telusplanet.net/public/gdufour/Program.htm

Global Dialogue 2004 is about all of the issues we discussed during the previous global
dialogues plus new issues related to helping humanity in seeing how important this 21st
century is to the survival of all life on Earth. It is a difficult period of time for it
implies the survival of all lifeforms on Earth for this century. The world needs to
develop a sense of direction we ought to take as a species, to define our duties as
citizens of the Earth and as the Global Community.

Workshop Sessions and Discusssion Roundtables will last from August 1 to 31. One of the
sites for the Workshop Sessions is in Nanaimo, British Columbia, Canada. The actual
location will be made available at a later date. Other Workshop Sessions may be organized
all over the world.

This [6]Call for Papers contains all the information needed to submit a paper to be
considered for Global Dialogue 2004.

We welcome proposals for individual papers, presentations, traditional panel discussions
and workshops. We encourage non-traditional formats including photographic, poster and
dramatic displays dealing with pertinent themes, and facilitated groups. We are extending a
special invitation to community groups, community activists and others directly involved in
the challenges of community and home development. Please submit your proposals for
individual papers, panels, workshops or displays using the forms shown in the[7] Final
Program.

Paper topics include all aspects of sustainable development, Earth governance and
management, plus all issues related to the formation of new symbiotical relationships on
Earth as defined in [8]Issues 2004. Most recent issues are listed here at the end of this
message.

We are asking members of the Earth Community Organization (ECO), the Global Community, and
participants in Global Dialogue 2004, to submit any of the following work:

A ) Research paper(s) as per scientific criteria described in the Call for Papers. Your
paper is a publication and will appear in the Proceedings to be published shortly after the
conference in August 2004. Abstracts are now [9]published in the Final Program.

B ) Your Vision of Earth in year 2024

C ) Results of brain-storming exercises on [10]issues.

D ) The design of an Earth flag. A campaign to create an Earth flag is going on right now
and I call upon and encourage students from all over the planet to participate in the
design of the Earth flag. It will be their first unified achievement.

E ) Children's education is also part of the theme for this global dialogue. There is a
need to train the next generation in the skills of collaborating in the future management
of global change, which will be vital to survival.

F ) Students of all levels (school, college, technical, university) are invited to
participate in Global Community projects. They are asked to produce any creative work of
their vision of what the Global Community can accomplish ~ in the fields of zoology,
biology, history, geography, social and political sciences, agriculture, energy, earth
sciences, forestry, communications, wilderness, pollution, on the water supplies of the
world, poverty, employment, social justice, human and Earth rights, universal values,
global concepts, business and economy, availability of resources and so on.

G ) Comments and recommendations on ideas proposed so far and on research papers already
submitted; we want to hear your opinion and views.

H ) Positive and constructive actions in sustaining Earth. These are actions learned from
the previous Global Dialogues or new ones. Participants from all sectors of life are
invited to describe and explain actions that they have performed in their own homes, global
communities, business places or in any other places on the planet.

I ) Articles for publishing in future Newsletters and making them available on the
Internet. Newsletters will be posted on [11]Global Dialogue website. Make sure you specify
that it is an article for the Newsletters and not a research paper.

The Table of Contents of Global Dialogue 2004 [12]January Newsletter is shown here.
Participants will find all the information needed to participate.

Table of Contents
Theme: Final Program of Global Dialogue 2004
1.0 Global Dialogue 2004: Introduction and Procedure
2.0 Scheduling
3.0 How to participate
4.0 Participate in Workshop Sessions and Discussion Roundtables
5.0 Final Program
6.0 For more information contact the Office of Global Dialogue 2004

Germain Dufour
Project Officer
Global Dialogue 2004
186 Bowlsby Street, Nanaimo, BC, Canada V9R 5K1

websites
[13]Global Dialogue 2004
[14]Earth Community Organization (ECO), the Global Community
Email addresses
[15]gdufouratXYZxyzbalcommunitywebnet.com
[16]globaldialogue2004atXYZxyzw.ca

If you no longer wish receiving our Newsletters and Press Releases please let us know on a
reply message. Let us know your exact email address, and we will remove your name from our
emailing list.


Listing of the Global Dialogue 2004 issues obtained from our press releases and newsletters
[17][cid:part2.3FFD8F69.60B7DEB0atXYZxyzw.ca]

1. Protection of the global life-support systems.
2. Overpopulated planet.
3. Criteria to obtain the Global Community Citizenship.
4. The statement of rights and responsibilities of a person and of belonging to 'a
global community' and to 'The Global Community', the Earth Community, the human family.
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.
6. Political systems of nations dont have to be democracies.
7. A global symbiotical relationship between nations.
8. The Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA).
9. Earth resources.
10. Formation of Earth Government for the good of all.
11. Mines, and mining the impacts.
12. The war industry, the modern evil at work.
13. Peace movement of the Earth Community Organization (ECO).
14. Earth security.
15. Earth governance.
16. Earth Court of Justice.
17. Foundation of the new world order.
18. Global cooperation in health issues.
19. Global community concepts.
20. Global cooperation in helping the starving world.
21. Humanity scale of social values.
22. Upgrading the WTO and the FTAA to symbiotical relationships.
23. Earth Government vs the United Nations.
24. Business and trade, and new ways of doing business.
25. The Kyoto Protocol is everyone's business on Earth.
26. Earth rights and the Scale of Human and Earth Rights.
27. Spirituality, religious beliefs and the protection of the global life-support
systems.
28. Preventive actions against the worst polluters on the planet and those who destroy
the global life-support systems.
29. Global tax.
30. Scenarios of what might be humanity's future.
31. Vision of the Earth in year 2024.
32. Global strategies.
33. Consumerism.
34. Charter of the Earth Community.
35. Community rights on the Scale of Human and Earth Rights.
36. A global sustainable development.
37. Women's rights.
38. Water resources.
39. Bullying occurring at the United Nations, and case of a predator nation.
40. Criteria to obtain one ECO, the Certified Corporate Global Community Citizenship.
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