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Citizens for Global Solutions, founded in 1947,  is dedicated  to our vision of a peaceful, free, just and sustainable world community. 

Our educational branch educates and advocates for a democratic federation of nations with enforceable world law to — abolish war and global violence in the resolution of disputes, protect universal human rights and freedoms, and restore and sustain our global environment. 

Our action network branch builds political will in the United States for global cooperation and democratic international institutions that respect the rights of people and nations. 

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President John F. Kennedy signing the 1963 Limited Test Ban Treaty

Donna Park
Citizens for Global Solutions Action Network
Chair

Larry David
Citizens for Global Solutions Education Fund
Chair

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"As long as there are sovereign nations possessing great power, war is inevitable. That statement is not an attempt to say when war will come, but only that it is sure to come. That fact was true before the atomic bomb was made. What has been changed is the destructiveness of war."
- Albert Einstein, United World Federalist Advisory Board Member

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December 2018

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Read the World Federalist Movement - Institute for Global Policy's international newsletter with special content from Citizens for Global Solutions,…

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Join us!  Transforming the United Nations System: Designs for a Workable World by Joseph E. Schwartzberg PhD, recipient of Citizens for…
  • January 12:  Peacekeeping, Peacebuilding & Disarmament (including Responsibility to Protect)
  • February 9:  Towards a Sustainable Planet and an Expanded Common Heritage
  • March 9: A Strengthened Judicial System (including the International Criminal Court)

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Move from International Treaties to World Law Global Cooperation
February 12, 2019

Move from International Treaties to World Law

The Trump Administration’s recent decision to withdraw from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF) with Russia, President Trump’s decision to…
​Tear Down the Walls: The Case for a Bigger Community Global Cooperation
February 9, 2019

​Tear Down the Walls: The Case for a Bigger Community

The issue of “border security” has dominated American domestic politics since second-generation immigrant Donald Trump -- who has been married…
Reprisals on Human Rights Defenders: Need for NGO Action Human Rights
February 5, 2019

Reprisals on
Human Rights Defenders:
Need for NGO Action

On 23 January 2019, the U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in a statement listed States which had carried out reprisals or…