29 january 2021

Association of World Citizens President Rene Wadlow examines the life of British Member of Parliament Henry Usborne, who “played a key role in 1946 in the creation by world citizens and world federalists from Western Europe and the U.S.A. in the creation in a meeting in Luxembourg of the Movement for a World Federal Government. With these new contacts, he envisaged a vote in the U.S.A. and much of Western Europe to elect delegates to a Peoples’ World Convention; which would write a constitution for a stronger world institution.”

On the Democracy Without Borders website, Ryan White outlines the annual report on global human rights recently released by Human Rights Watch, writing that the report “is a reflection and summary of the extensive investigative work that the organization conducts in nearly 100 countries and territories across the world.”

World Federalist Movement-Canada has joined more than 850 civil society organizations “that have called for the recognition of the right to a healthy environment by the UN Human Rights Council. Entitled ‘The Time is Now,’ this call states that ‘There is no human rights on a dead planet.'” The One Planet One Right campaign to “make it a human right to live on a healthy planet has a petition open for signatures by individuals.”

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