On-going Projects and Scheduled Events
for IOWP and WCPA 2013-16


The World Constitution and Parliament Association is very proud to announce Dr. Klaus Schlichtmann, internationally recognized world federalist and peace historian, as Distinguished Advisor for WCPA.


Dr. Klaus Schlichtmann, Peace Historian


WCPA is also proud to announce the commencement of a Venezuela Chapter in association with the PROUT movement in Venezuela.

The World Constitution and Parliament Association is also very proud to announce Puan Sri Datin Seri N. Saraswathy Devi as an honored member of its Worldwide Executive Council and Vice-President for WCPA. Puan Sri Datin Seri N. Saraswathy Devi is a prominent international lawyer from Malaysia and Chair of the International Women Lawyers’ Committee against Human Trafficking. She sponsored and attended the 11th session of the Provisional World Parliament in Nainital, India, and the 12th session of the Parliament in Kolkata, India, lending her considerable legal expertise to the discussion of proposed world legislative acts. We are delighted that Ms. Devi has also agreed to serve as a sponsor and promoter for the 13th session of the Parliament that will take place in Lucknow 14-16 December 2013.

Madam Saraswathy Devi, Malaysia, Glen T. Martin, and Mrs. Ayo Ayoola-Amale, Nigeria

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1. The project for the development of the first ever permanent bench of the World Court System in Costa Rica continues into 2016 and 2017.  We are collecting names of supreme court and retired supreme court justices from many countries who become part of the Collegium of World Judges as mandated by the Earth Constitution From this group, the initial bench of the World Court for Public Cases will be constituted.  The Bill for activating the Collegium was passed at the 12th session of the Parliament in 2013:

Bill for initiating the Collegium of World Judges.

A number of WCPA members from India had just come from the World Judiciary Summit in Lucknow, India (December 10-14, 2010) sponsored by Dr. Jagdish Gandhi and the City Montessori School at Lucknow. At the summit, that, like the Kolkata events, included many prominent peace activists and Supreme Court justices from around the world, all participants were given a copy of Constitution for the Federation of Earth - With Historical Introduction, Commentary, and Conclusion by Glen T. Martin. The justices formulated resolutions advocating the creation of a world parliament as the first step toward world peace and a transformed world system.

The bill introduced into the Parliament in Kolkata, written in cooperation with CMS leaders at the World Judiciary Summit, activated the Collegium of Judges that is called for by the Earth Constitution. The Constitution provides for the creation of a Collegium of Judges, between 20 and 60 in number, from which will be staffed the eight benches of the World Supreme court.

Article 19 of the Earth Constitution sanctions the development of Provisional World Government until such time as the final world government is activated through ratification of the Earth Constitution. The Provisional World Parliament operates under Article 19. This bill would add a second agency of Provisional World Government through creation of a Provisional World Supreme Court System. This court already has ample provisional world criminal law and other statutes to guide its operations as passed by the PWP since the first session in 1982 as well as the framework of the Earth Constitution itself.

Qualification to the Collegium of World Judges requires a judge be retired from the Supreme Court of any nation on Earth who voluntarily wishes to participate in the Collegium and ratifies the Earth Constitution. The Collegium under the Constitution appoints its own members to the Supreme Court system. Retired Supreme Court Justices from all nations are invited to join the Collegium, which operates according to the Constitution for the Federation of Earth. An entire new branch of Provisional World Government was therefore enacted at Kolkata. This alone would have justified the time and expense of organizing this session of Parliament.

2.  At the 14th session of the Provisional World Parliament meeting in Kolkata 27-29 December 2015, two World Legislative Acts were passed that set up a process for merging the UN with the Earth Federation.  (World Legislative Acts 64 and 65).   During 2016 we will be printing up these acts and widely distributing them to relevant parties including all UN agencies.

3.  Project of printing the "Merging the UN" legislative acts into a bound volume with the Earth Constitution and sending it to the heads of all UN agencies, thus making them aware that there is an opportunity for the UN to really accomplish its goal of world peace and sustainability through empowering their work.

4.  Development of WCPA linked Macedonian peace, meditation, and world citizenship center in Skopie, Macedonia, led by WCPA Vice-President, Zaklina Dimovska.

4. Important events:  The 14th session of the Provisional World Parliament was held in Kolkata, India, December 27-31, 2015, led by the WCPA Executive Council.

4.  IOWP/WCPA Executive Council and leadership meeting at Raquette Lake, New York, June 26-30, hosted by Glen T. Martin and Phyllis Turk: report.


           Zaklina Dimovska, Macedonia, front center               Riccardo DiDone, Canada, with camera

5. Continuing work with the Global Harmony Association and the developing Institute for Global Harmony (in association with IASE University in Rajasthan, India) with WCPA participation, led by Laj Utrija in cooperation with Glen T. Martin.

6. Development of a WCPA office for northern India in Delhi to complement the south India office in Chennai, headed by Amit Paul in association with Dr. Manoj Srivastava.

At Aligarth Islam University, India. Dr. Manoj in the plaid vest next to our host, Dr Rashid Shaz


7. Work with Sri Ramanuja Mission Trust based in Chennai India and let by Swami S.A.R.P.V. Chaturvedi to promote peace work worldwide.

8. Promote projects in Costa Rica and Togo to get 25,000 actual signatures in petitions to the Parliaments of these countries requesting a national referendum on the Earth Constitution.

9. IOWP website development, legislative agenda development headed by Dr. Eugenia Almand.

10. Continuing development of the Collegium of World Judges, the Honorary Sponsors of the Earth Constitution, and the law school curriculum project, headed by Vice-President Celina Garcia and Dr. Glen T. Martin.

11. Continuing collaboration and mutual work on the Collegium, Sponsors, and Provisional World Parliament development projects, by Puan Sri Datin Seri N. Sarswathy Devi of Malaysia.

12. Continuing development of the relationship between the City Montessori School of Lucknow and WCPA, headed by Dr. Preeti Shankar.

13. Continuing development of the internet mass media recognition project, and WCPA public support project, headed by Ms. Becky Galdo.

14. Continuing development of the World Parliament-Gov website, the Parliament World Headquarters project, and the WCPA-UNPO liaison project, headed by Mr. Peter Graves-Goodman.

15. Continuing development of the Earth Federation News website and project, and the WCPA-DWF coordination project, headed by Dr. Roger Kotila.

16. Continuing of the Latin America alternatives to violence and world law project, headed by Lic. Celina Garcia.

17.  Meetings, Lectures, and distribution of WCPA literature in Spanish during World Peace Week in September 2013, headed by Dr. Glen T. Martin and Lic. Celina Garcia:


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18. Continuing development of WCPA Asia and the Tamil Nadu global awareness project, headed by Prof. R. Anantharayanan.

19. Continuing of the Togo Permaculture Projects,
headed by Dr. Dominique Balouki.

20. Continuing development of WCPA chapters in West Africa (Togo and Ghana), headed by Bishop Emmanuel Mensah, Esther Boumbere, Joseph Ekpetchou, and Dr. Dominique Balouki.

21. Continuing development of WCPA South Africa,
headed by Rev.Nomhle Mahlawe.

22.  Continuing development of the WCPA Nepal Chapter,
headed by Mr. ChoodaMani Kadel.

23. Continuing of the universal literature of peace and harmony project, and World Peace Congress movement, headed by Dr. Santi Nath Chattopadhyay. The creation and execution of the large "World Thinkers and Writers Peace Meet" in Kolkata, December 27-31, 2015, headed by Dr. Santi Nath Chattopadhyay and ISISAR.

24. Continuing development of the World Peace Envoy Project, centered in Thailand, headed by Dr. Phichai Tovivich.

25. Continuing of the global youth project and Bangladesh crisis awareness project, and Bangladesh chapter development, headed by Mr. Mahbubul Islam.

26. Continuing the WCPA--Buddhism and leadership liaison project,
Dr. Dauji Gupta.

27. Continuing development of IOWP/WCPA Treasurer's project,
headed by Ms. Phyllis Turk.

28. Initiation and development of the Provisional World Parliament "Planetary Resource Publications" project, published through the Institute for Economic Democracy Press (www.ied.info), headed by Drs. Eugenia Almand and Glen T. Martin. 
          These will include the on-going three volume set called Emerging World Law.  They also include a projected volume on Nuclear Weapons and the Provisional World Parliament and another on The Sustainable Future of Humankind: World Governance (the latter written in association with the World Thinkers Panel on the Sustainable Future of Humankind).

29. Global lecture and solidarity tour of a number of WCPA chapters worldwide during December 2013, January 2014, January 15, and January 16, headed by Dr. Glen T. Martin in cooperation with Dr. Manoj Srivastava, Mr. Amit Paul, and Sri E.P. Menon.

Sri E. P. Menon, prominent Gandhian Social Leader, headquartered in Bangalore, India

30.  Global WCPA/IOWP meeting for the 13th Session of the Provisional World Parliament in Lucknow, India, December 14-17, 2013.  This will follow the annual International Conference of Chief Justices of the World at the World Unity Center of the City Montessori School of Lucknow.

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