Sponsored by the World Constitution and Parliament Association (WCPA), International Philosophers for Peace (IPPNO), and Jindal Global University (JGU)
O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonepat, India
International Conference, 10-11 December 2018
“Building the World Parliament”
Conference Theme:  “The World Parliament and Human Rights”

The future peace, security, and ordered progress of the world demand a world federation of free nations, and on no other basis can the problems of the modern world be solved. Such a world federation would ensure the freedom of its constituent nations, the prevention of aggression and exploitation by one nation over another, the protection of national ministries, the advancement of all backward areas and peoples, and the pooling of the world’s resources for the common good of all.”
Mahatma Gandhi


The Earth Constitution as a universal model and blueprint for a transformed World System

Conference Goals and Reflections:

1. We must articulate the need for the world to unite politically in the light of the threats to human existence such as weapons of mass destruction, climate destruction, worldwide wars, and ever-worsening global poverty. How are human rights fundamental to this process?

2.  We must understand why and how the Earth Constitution is
      essential for uniting the world in these ways. What are its main features?   How will it work?  What is the role of human rights?

3. We must understand basic structure and functioning of the Earth Constitution and how it deals with war, WMDs, climate change, and poverty. How are human rights related to this structure?

4. We must show how the World Parliament can be established as rapidly as possible and how it will operate to serve this goals for world transformation.  What is the role of human rights in relation to the Parliament?

5.  We must articulate and actualize the process of ratification.  How can we do it as rapidly and efficiently as possible?  What can each of us do to make this happen?  How are human rights fundamental to this process?

6. We must articulate the process of establishing the Parliament and the ministries of the World Government even prior to ratification (as specified in Article 19).  Will human rights be a feature of this process?

Tentative Agenda:
 Day One:   Opening ceremonies, keynote speeches, welcome to all participants. A call to action. Initial papers on the conference theme
Day Two:  Remaining papers on the conference theme.  Evening, Conference Grand Meeting and Planning Session for the 15th Session of the Provisional World Parliament planned for December 2019 or January 2020.
Room, board, and conference materials are
generously hosted by
O.P. Jindal Global University
Arrival and registration: December 9, 2018, afternoon.
Conference dates: Dec. 10 and 11. 
Departure: December 12, morning.
Participants are responsible to
                  cover the costs of their transportation.
Conference Early Registration fee:
1000 rupees for participants and 2000 rupees for paper presenters.
Students or hardship 300 and 600 rs
Deadline for early registration is October 30, 2018.
This should be paid in advance of the deadline on the website of
Please send your registration fee along with your
Name, address, position, phone numbers, email address.
After October 30, registration fee for participants is
 1500 rupees and 2500 for paper presenters.
Students or hardship 400 and 800 rs
Please send paper submissions to:
Dr. Patricia Murphy, Chairperson, Submissions Committee:
Deadline for paper title and abstract: October 15, 2018
Deadline for completed paper: November 15, 2018
Please note: we will give free membership in WCPA to all participants.  You can also sign up at   
For more information see or email Dr. Glen T. Martin at

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