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Graduate School of World Problems, valid from June 2000.

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coming summer 2001.

 

 

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The Graduate School of World Problems was established by World Legislative Bill Number Four, adopted by the First Session of a Provisional World Parliament, which was convened according to Article XIX of a Constitution for the Federation of Earth, in Brighton, England, in September 1982.
The Primary Purpose of the Graduate School of World Problems is to study World Problems from within the context or paradigm of emerging non-military, democratic, federal world government, as described by the Constitution for the Federation of Earth and to prepare students for implementing the World Legislation enacted by the Provisional World Parliament.

 

Core Curriculum
World Government Philosophy World Federal History
World Law:
Constitution for the
Federation of Earth
World Law:
Design & Action of
World Legislation
Global Public Administration Overview of World Problems

 

Areas of Concentration
Parliamentary Process Integrative Complex Global Education
Jurisprudence Disarmament & Conflict Studies Terrorism
Human Rights Global Finance System Global Economy
Trade & Commerce Employment & Incomes World Resources
Labor & Markets Food, Water & Energy Human Needs
Atmosphere Global Environment Global Commons
Climate Change Ocean Management Arts
Communications Phytoplankton Project Health
Federation On-Line
United Nations Organization
Technology Issues

 

Graduate School of World Problems
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The Graduate School of World Problems' new domain is

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The Graduate School of World Problems

Building Leadership Skills for the Earth Federation

 

Campus: 8800 West 14th Avenue, Lakewood CO 80215 USA

Campus Phone (303) 232-6024; Fax: (303) 232-6024; e-mail: wcparliament@uswest.net

 

 

 

Updated Friday, 18 May 2001 by Eugenia Almand

 

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