Denis de Rougemont (1906-1985), The Future is within us.

By Dr. Rene Wadlow. Self-government will be, first of all, the art of getting people to meddle in things which concern them.  It will soon call for the skill of challenging once again, decisions which concern them, and which have been taken
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The League of Nations and its unused Peace Army.

by Rene Wadlow. 28 April 1919 can be considered as the birth of the League of Nations.  The creation of the League had been on the agenda of the Peace Conference at Versailles, just outside of Paris, from its start in January 1919.  
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The Day of Mother Earth: Living in Harmony with Nature.

International Mother Earth Day on 22 April each year was established by the United Nations General Assembly in 2009.  Its aim is to promote living in harmony with Nature and to achieve a just balance among the economic, social and environmental needs
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Edmond Privat: The Inner Light.

By Dr. Rene Wadlow Edmond Privat was a leading world citizen of the first wave of world citizen action closely associated with the League of Nations. It was natural for Privat, a citizen of Geneva, to be drawn to the efforts of
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George Russell: To see things in the germ, this I call intelligence.

By Dr. Rene Wadlow. “Are there not such spirits among us ready to join in the noblest of all adventures— the building up of a civilization —so that the human might reflect the divine order? In the divine order there is both
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H.G. Wells: The Open Conspiracy for Peace.

Behind the short-sighted governments that divide and mismanage human affairs, a real force for world unity and order exists and grows.”          H. G. Wells in A Short History of the World,  1943  Herbert George Wells, an active world citizen is usually
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Robert M. Hutchins: Building on Earlier Foundations.

Robert M. Hutchins much of our current work for a more just and peaceful world builds on the thinking and efforts of earlier foundations.  An important foundation is the leading role of Robert M. Hutchins, long-time President of the University of Chicago 
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