#3402] Change The Course Of The World With Good Ideas Put Into
Wednesday 30 December 2015, Editor: EasyIdea Dream - Robert Muller's Ideas 3001 to 3500
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~ Idea 3796 ~
It would be a beautiful project to have someone in the United Nations collect systematically all the proposals and good ideas submitted by governments since its creation. It would be something fascinating: ideas which have been implemented and ideas which have not been implemented.
The second category would be the largest. For example, I read in one of my old journals that in 1978 France circulated a specific proposal for a Disarmament Research Institute and Germany proposed a World Seismological Network for the monitoring of nuclear explosions. It was during the same session that Sri Lanka proposed the creation of a World Disarmament Agency. This list should be submitted by the Secretary General to the UN General Assembly with specific reference where the proposal can be found in the documentation and archives of the United Nations. Perhaps out of this multiplicity of ideas a number would be ripe today for adoption and implementation, which were not at the time they were formulated.
Yes, why not a volume of several hundred or a thousand or more ideas for a better world proposed in the United Nations since its creation.
It could change the course of the world. Individual countries could do it and send the list to the UN Secretary General to get the ball rolling.
Robert's The Miracle, Joy and Art of Living,
Volume II The Art of Personal Happy Living
Chapter 8, Of Health
When I finished my first book in English, at the age of forty-five, my wife exclaimed: "Why did you write a book on happiness? You should have written a book about the United Nations."
I answered: "Because happiness is the most important subject on Earth.
If I love to work for the UN, it is only because the UN stands for peace which is a condition of happiness.
What I have seen in World War II taught me that peace is indispensable for happiness."
UN News: UN Chronicle, United Nations News Service, UN Wire Archive
References: Earth Charter, Universal Declaration of Human Rights
Rights of: Children, Women, IndigenousPeople
To Be Written: Rights of Nature, Birds, Animals, Fish, etc.
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