Event Title

Change in the World - The Shift to a Global System

Location

CSU Ballroom

Start Date

16-4-2013 2:00 PM

End Date

16-4-2013 4:00 PM

Student's Major

Government

Student's College

Social and Behavioral Sciences

Mentor's Name

Jacqueline Vieceli

Mentor's Department

Government

Mentor's College

Social and Behavioral Sciences

Description

The United Nations created the Commission for Global Governance, documented on Jan 25, 2000. The foundation for global governance is the belief that the world is now ready to accept a global civic ethic based on a set of core values that can unite people of all cultural, political, economic, religious, or philosophical backgrounds. Additionally, governance should be reinforced by democracy at all levels and ultimately by the rule of enforceable law. Our Global Neighbourhood was released by the Global Governance commission which predicates a world court, a global tax, and global police force. The U.S. State Department Publication 7277 outlines a one world police force under the United Nations. So many prominent world leaders are calling for a one world government. The goal of this literature review is to target the reason behind the need to have a one world currency and removal of borderlines between countries. Governments of the free world have become slowly involved in people’s personal lives. This is exactly what socialism is. In Australia, farmers now require permission to farm the land they own. Liberty seems to be slowly slipping away. This literature review research concludes using countless newspapers and reported news from United Nations that this generation is in economic, political and religious shift. The concern lies in the high paced speed governments are taking that is rapidly transforming our society. Are people being informed in what is taking place? The people should have a voice in the decisions that are being made.

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Change in the World - The Shift to a Global System

CSU Ballroom

The United Nations created the Commission for Global Governance, documented on Jan 25, 2000. The foundation for global governance is the belief that the world is now ready to accept a global civic ethic based on a set of core values that can unite people of all cultural, political, economic, religious, or philosophical backgrounds. Additionally, governance should be reinforced by democracy at all levels and ultimately by the rule of enforceable law. Our Global Neighbourhood was released by the Global Governance commission which predicates a world court, a global tax, and global police force. The U.S. State Department Publication 7277 outlines a one world police force under the United Nations. So many prominent world leaders are calling for a one world government. The goal of this literature review is to target the reason behind the need to have a one world currency and removal of borderlines between countries. Governments of the free world have become slowly involved in people’s personal lives. This is exactly what socialism is. In Australia, farmers now require permission to farm the land they own. Liberty seems to be slowly slipping away. This literature review research concludes using countless newspapers and reported news from United Nations that this generation is in economic, political and religious shift. The concern lies in the high paced speed governments are taking that is rapidly transforming our society. Are people being informed in what is taking place? The people should have a voice in the decisions that are being made.

Recommended Citation

Tesfaye, Kenean. "Change in the World - The Shift to a Global System." Undergraduate Research Symposium, Mankato, MN, April 16, 2013.
http://cornerstone.lib.mnsu.edu/urs/2013/poster-session-B/44