Migration and Awareness of Trafficking in Persons by Rene Wadlow

On 23 October 2019,  39 people( 8 women and 31 men);   were found dead in a refrigerated trailer truck;  coming from Belgium in the last leg of its journey.  The truck was at a parking lot in Essex, near London, England.  The identity of
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Lord Boyd Orr: A World Citizen’s Focus on Food

There can be no peace in the world;  so long as a large proportion of the population lack;  the necessities of life and believe that a change of the politicl and economic system will make them available. World peace must be based
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Laurens van der Post: Memories, Dreams, Reflections by Rene Wadlow

Laurens van der Post (1906-1996) was a Citizen of the World in Spirit but also an Afrikaner; aSouth African writer but who wrote in English. Deeply influenced by his friendship;  with the Swiss psychologist Carl Gustav Jung;  Van der Post could also
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U.N. General Assembly: Can It Provide the Needed Global Leadership?

27 Sep 2019 – The international relations specialist Stanley Hoffmann once quipped “Goals are easy to describe. What matters more is a strategy for reaching them.”  The United Nations through its annual debates in the General Assembly;  its special world conferences such as
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Quincy Wright: A World Citizen’s Approach to International Relations

Contemporary movements that stressed the need for world citizenship started on the eve of World War II when the spirit of aggressive nationalism was at its height in the policies of Germany, Italy and Japan.  There was a need to develop balance
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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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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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Romain Rolland: The Cosmopolitan Spirit.

One of the major voices of the spirit of Citizens of the World is Romain Rolland (1866-1944). He is the symbol of those who would not let war destroy the cultural bridges between peoples, especially during the 1914-1918 World War. Romain Rolland
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Navroz: Turkish Troops in Afrim: Renewal and Complexity.

By Dr. Rene Wadlow May the soul flourish;May youth be as the new-grown grain Navroz, usually celebrated on 21 March in Iran and Central Asia, is the “New Day”, the end of the old year with its hardships and deceptions and the
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