|[GMW #2846] Population,
Environment, Human Settlement UN Services Brought Close
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~ Idea 3241 ~
The world population, environment and human settlements services of the UN should be brought close together. They should work side by side in the same place and should have joint directors and staff meetings.
Robert's The Miracle, Joy and Art of Living,
Volume I Chapter 3 Our Genial Human Family
This is the second great planetary framework produced by the United Nations as a basis for proper Earth government and human fulfillment.*
Within this social and institutional framework, humanity has probed and studied itself from every possible angle. The first world conferences and International Years ever held in human history point at a new age of our evolution. Here are the highlights:
2 world conferences on human rights in 1968 and in 1993;
2 world conferences on racism in 1972 and 1982;
3 UN world conferences on population, in 1974, 1984 and 1994, and a World Population Year in 1974;
4 UN world conferences on women in 1975, 1980, 1985 and in 1995;
a UN Conference on Human Settlements in 1976;
an International Year of the Child in 1979;
a UN World Conference on Aging in 1982;
An International Year of the Disabled Persons in 1981;
an International Year of Youth in 1985;
an International Year of Peace in 1986;
An International Year of the World's Indigenous people in 1993;
An International Year of the Family in 1994;
An International Year of the Elderly in 1999.
These UN Conferences and Years are the first attempts in all human history to appraise, study and express concern for the fate of the entire human family. Until 1952, we did not even know how many people lived on this planet!
All along the above social framework, individuals, groups, firms, governments, associations and other institutions and entities can find a place to see themselves, to work, to search, to be useful, to contribute, to help humanity fulfill its destiny in the unfathomable universe. We are all cosmic co-workers.
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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