The links below are intended to lead to information for
those who want an overview of the subject of World Federalism.
More in-depth articles that focus on philosophic background or
specific campaigns can be found in the section Deep Background.
Globalizing Peace & Justice brochure
A one page
essay: "What is World Federalism?"
Themes in World Federalism
A short overview of different approaches to World Federalism.
World Federalism in 25 words or less!
Winning entries in the essence of world federalism contest.
FAQ about World Federalism
Frequently asked questions and answers.
WHY I AM A
FEDERALIST by Walter Cronkite
Cronkite's speech in 1999 - see also video
(World Federalist Association of Northern California)
On these web pages, you will find many opportunities to learn,
communicate and plan the nature of democratic global government. The
goal is to inspire dreams, conversations and actions.
World Without Borders website
Wikipedia 'World Government' Entry
Background on world government as displayed in a collaborative
Here you can discover the history of federalism, read
biographies of prominent federalists of the past, and discover more
about federalism as an ideology.
Young European Federalists
A GLOBAL PARLIAMENT
This book 'A Global Parliament' by Prof. Christopher Hamer is
available in its entirety (158
pages) at no charge over the internet at http://www.phys.unsw.edu.au/COURSES/GENS4008/book.html.
The book is reference reading for the course 'Nuclear Arms and
World Order' offered at the University of New South Wales.
chapter headings are:
- The Need for World Federation
- Some Snippets of History
- The United Nations
- Principles of World Federation
- Problems and Objections
- How Do We Get There From Here
Background on the history, ideals and strategies of those who
believe we must express our solidarity with humankind by building
common institutions to solve planetary problems.
The Registry of World Citizens
of Canada - Vancouver Branch