— Citizens for Global Solutions concluded its 2020 National Convention Friday evening with presentations by Glen Martin of the World Constitution and Parliament Association, and Israeli peace activist Shimri Zameret, as well as discussions of CGS programs.
— David Langness writes at BahaiTeachings.org, “One of the primary promises of the Baha’i revelation — the establishment of a world commonwealth, a global system of human governance — is now quietly unfolding across the planet. … Building a world commonwealth isn’t just a theoretical question. Humanity has already attempted to unify twice on a global level, with the League of Nations after World War I and the United Nations after World War II. … Together with the opposing tendency to warfare and self-aggrandizement against which it ceaselessly struggles, the drive towards world unity is one of the dominant, pervasive features of life on the planet.”
— The World Resources Institute is seeking a Program Analysis Intern for the WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities program. This is “a full-time, six-month internship with flexible start and end dates based on the student’s availability and need for the project.”
— The Mondialist examines the history of the Association of World Citizens, arguing that the effectiveness of the organization has declined since the death of longtime president Douglas Mattern nearly a decade ago.
— World Citizens Association of Australia President Chris Hamer spoke on the proposal for a World Security Community of Democratic Nations at the recent online conference “A New Atlantic Pact. A Peaceful Cooperation Area from Vancouver to Vladivostok”: