World Council for the Peoples World Convention
Conseil mondial pour l'assemblée constituante des peuples (CMACP)
Consejo Mundial pro Asamblea Constituyente de los Pueblos
1951-01-02 Geneva Switzerland
2 Jan 1951, Geneva (Switzerland), at Peoples' World Constituent Assembly, by representatives of the 'World Movement for World Federal Government', currently F-XC3477 - World Federalist Movement - Movement for a Just World Order through a Strengthened United Nations (WFM), the International Steering Committee for 'Peoples' World Convention', which later transferred its authority to the new body, the International Secretariat of F-XF8714 - Association of World Citizens (AWC), and the British Parliamentary Committee for World Government. During its lifetime, instrumental in setting up F-XF2409 - Registre des Citoyens du Monde (RICM). Dissolved between 1974 and 1976.
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