World Federalist Movement - Movement for a Just World Order through a Strengthened United Nations (WFM)

Mouvement fédéraliste mondial (MFM)
Stichting Wereldverbond van Wereld Federalisten

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1946-09 Luxembourg


Established when plans were also made which led to the setting up of D-XD0713 - Union of European Federalists, The (UEF), 15 Dec 1946, Paris (France). 1st Congress held 1947, Montreux (Switzerland).

For a period from 1976, U-XF2118 - World Federalist Movement, 1954 (WFM) comprised WAWF together with the then 'Parliamentarians for World Order (PWO)', currently F-XF2756 - Parliamentarians for Global Action (PGA) and the then 'Young World Federalists', subsequently 'World Federalist Youth Movement for a New International Order (WFM/NIO Youth)', currently H-XC3513 - Youth for Development and Cooperation (YDC). The 1954 Movement was replaced by WAWF on 12 Aug 1987.

Statutes of the World Federalist Movement adopted at 6th Congress, 3 Sep 1954, London (UK); and amended: 9 Aug 1956, Stockport (UK); 17-22 Aug 1959; 20-27 Jun 1965, San Francisco CA (USA); 30 Jul - 5 Aug 1967, Oslo (Norway); 29 Jul - 3 Aug 1968, Helsingør (Denmark); 27 Aug 1970, Ottawa (Canada); 18 Aug 1972, Brussels (Belgium); 17 Jan 1975, Delhi (India); 30 Jul 1980, Tokyo (Japan); 14 Jul 1985, London (UK). New statutes adopted 1987, Philadelphia PA (USA).


Realize global peace and justice through development of democratic institutions and application of international law.


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Congress (every 2 years), comprising representatives of member organizations based on size and status. Executive Committee/Board (meets twice a year) of 9 members. Other committees (5): Credentials; Finance; Outreach; Publications; Religion and Peace. Acts as secretariat for E-XE2802 - Coalition for the International Criminal Court (CICC) in the framework of setting up F-XF4580 - International Criminal Court (ICC).


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