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- Copenhagen Social World Summit, 1995
Four continental forums were held in February 1995: in Beijing for Asia, in Rio de Janeiro for America, in Paris for Europe, and in Cape Town for Africa. These simultaneous forums, which preceded the Copenhagen Social World Summit, brought together citizens from more than sixty countries as the image of the emerging global community, both rooted in specific local realities and prepared to (...)

- First International Meeting of Alliance Facilitators, Barcelona, 1996 - by Joan Ramon Gordo, Marti Olivella
This document is the final report of the first international meeting of Workshop, Geocultural Group and Socioprofessional Network facilitators of the Alliance. The meeting was organized in Barcelona by Martí Olivella and Mon Gordo of EcoConcern. The document includes: a presentation of the alliance and Ecoconcern; - a presentation of the project "Innovative Proposals to Reconsider (...)

- 1997: History of the Alliance’s International Assembly and Continental Assemblies - by Gustavo Marin, Manola Gardez
The objective of this meeting was to prepare for the World Citizens Assembly and for the meetings of the end of the century. At the time, Allies were still planning this passing-of-the-century event to take place in 1999 and therefore it seemed appropriate to organize, two years previous to this date, a preliminary meeting as a step in this collective journey. The 1997 Assembly constituted (...)

- 1997: Other Documents Related to the Meetings - by Cécile Sabourin, Gustavo Marin, Maurice Cosandey, Morgane Iserte, Philippe Guirlet, Pierre Calame, Ricardo Gómez, Véronique Rioufol
The seven simultaneous meetings—Bertioga-São Paulo (Brazil), Bangalore (India), Barcelona (Spain), Kigali (Rwanda), Roubaix (France), and Algiers (Algeria) and a sixth one that was spontaneously self-organized in Finland—gave birth to a number of workgroups. Following are some of their reports, rooted in the 1997 (...)

- First Meeting of the International Facilitation Team of the Alliance: 1999 - by Gustavo Marin, Marti Olivella, Nacéra Aknak Khan
During the year 1998, a big consultation campaign among Allies on their vision of the 2000-1 Assembly was implemented. In parallel, discussions were held on how to "govern" the Alliance, leading to the election of an "International Facilitation Team" (IFT). The latter met for the first time in Barcelona, in September 1999. This document presents a report of the main decisions resulting from (...)

- March 2001 - China and India: First Steps to a Newly Opened Dialog - by Gustavo Marin
In 2001, partners in India and in China with the support of the FPH launched a program to gather groups of Chinese and Indians and to lay the foundations of a dialog between citizens of the two countries. China and India, with populations of more than a billion each are the two most populated countries in the world (together they represent two-fifths of the Earth’s population); moreover, (...)

- June 2001: Continental Meetings of the Alliance for a Responsible, Plural and United World - by Gustavo Marin, Marti Olivella
Five continental meetings were organized between June 17 and 26 2001, to show the determination to build a new world citizenship at the scale of today’s challenges of today. This set of meetings, which were held simultaneously on the 5 continents, gathered 500 people from 120 countries and were followed by several thousand people on the Web site set up for the event. Simultaneously and in (...)

- December 2001 - The World Citizens Assembly: Challenges, Changes, Results - by Pierre Calame
On an initiative of the FPH and the Alliance for a Responsible, Plural and United World: an assembly of dialogs and proposals reflecting the geocultural and socioprofessional diversity of the world. The first World Citizens Assembly was held in Lille, France, from December 2 to 10, 2001. Gathering four hundred participants in a fair representation of the different regions of the world and (...)

- Allies around the World (April 2003) - by Gustavo Marin
This memo presents the Geocultural Path of the Alliance in April 2003. It provides an overall view and makes it possible to draw some conclusions from the experience and the future of the geocultural path of the Alliance. The memo is based on travel reports, meetings, answers to the Call for Initiatives launched by the FPH in May 2002, telephone conversations, articles published on the Web (...)

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