A Letter from Public Relations Department of World Service Authority, World Government.

"As long as there are sovereign nations possessing great power, war is inevitable. There is no salvation for civilization, or even the human race, other than the creation of a world government." -- Albert Einstein

Dear World Citizens,

Whether we know it or not, we live in a global village and are citizens of the world. We live in aworld of nuclear weapons in which thousands of children die daily due to malnutrition-related causes. Despite their importance as global issues, human rights and the protection of the environment are systematically violated and neglected.

World peace, ecological sustainability and human rights are our concern as human beings. The failure of the international community to respond to the global crisis is well known. It is past time that we as human beings recognize THE global society based on just world law and human rights. The World Government of World Citizens is a vehicle to legitimize such an actual world.

Founded by world citizens in 1953, the World Government of World Citizens is the global representation of registered world citizens. The World Government is a people- based endeavor in the process of building a minimally centralized, sovereign, and democratic global government with appropriate organs to secure peace through world law and to protect fundamental human rights, the rights of ethnic and social minorities, as well as ecological rights as defined by the growing body of declarations and covenants from the United Nations and other global and regional forums.

The World Service Authority (WSA), the administrative branch of the World Government of World Citizens was founded to aid in the implementation of universal human rights. This entails assisting people in understanding that, as human beings, we are endowed with human rights and we must claim them. As part of its mission, the WSA issues global human rights documents, the most requested of which is the WSA World Passport.  Issued in accordance with Article 13(1) and (2) of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, it is an effective tool to facilitate the implementation of a fundamental human right -- the right to travel. Unlike national passports, which are the property of the issuing government, the WSA passport is the property of the bearer representing him/herself as a human being, not as a national subject. However, one does not have to give up his/her national passport or citizenship (if he/she has one) to obtain a WSA passport. Many individuals carry both passports and use one or the other depending on the situation. In particular, the WSA passport has been recognized de jure (officially) by 6 countries (Burkina Faso, Ecuador, Mauritania, Tanzania, Togo, and Zambia) and de facto (on a case-by-case basis) by over 140 countries.

As a not-for-profit organization, funded exclusively by donations and nominal issuance fees for document processing, the World Service Authority maintains an autonomous, neutral status. The purpose of this electronic forum is to maintain contact with many of the hundreds of thousands of registered world citizens as well as any other people interested in evolving world peace through world law via a democratic, sovereign government of world citizens.

Any constructive contributions to this forum are most definitely welcome, because we would like to establish a rich and participatory exchange of ideas regarding human rights, world citizenship, and world law.

Globally yours,

Public Relations Department
World Service Authority(R)

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