1992-06 Rio de Janeiro Brazil
Founded at S-XF2327 - United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED), deriving from U-XF1761 - EarthAction International. Registered in accordance with UK law, USA law and Chilean law.
Emphasize issues of global survival in national elections; make government leaders more accountable to world public opinion for their decisions on global issues; create pressure for fundamental changes in the international system; empower ordinary voters and global citizens' groups to work on global change. Working through existing organizations, create a global citizens' action network of citizen groups working on environment, development, peace and human rights issues so as to: link citizens and groups in global action; alert concerned members of parliament. As a global network of voters, persuade politicians to work to protect the Earth through: protection of the global environment; combating hunger and poverty; ending militarization and the production of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons; strengthening the capacity of the United Nations to keep the peace, defend human rights and safeguard the atmosphere and oceans.
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