Events around Australia and around the world for World Citizens

(updated March 2020)


Copenhagen Democracy Summit, June 19-20, 2020, Copenhagen

A meeting convened by the Alliance of Democracies Foundation

World Federalist Movement Congress, June 3-7, 2020, Brussels

This is the gathering of the worldwide movement, now taking place every two years.

(now postponed till next year due to the COVID19 crisis)

Supranational Democracy Dialogue, April 16-17, 2020, Brindisi

The topics will be democratic governance and democratic policies beyond the state.

Symposium 'Beyond the Nation State', October 28-30, 2019, Boston University

Global Week of Action for a World Parliament, October 19-27, 2019

A program of events around the world


The New Shape Forum, May 27-30, 2018, Stockholm Sweden

This event is hosted by the Global Challenges Foundation. The New Shape Forum will be a starting point of our mission to reshape global cooperation in order to better tackle global catastrophic risks based on the proposals put forward in the New Shape Prize

World Conference on Global Institutions in 2020

Proposed by the UN Commission on Global Security, Justice and Governance.

















The Commission’s co-chairs: former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and former Nigerian Foreign Minister Ibrahim Gambari in The Hague

The Commission proposes that Civil Society organizations and UN member-nations collaborate to organize a World Conference on Global Institutions in 2020, the 75th Anniversary of the United Nations, to provide a target date to enact the urgent global governance reforms necessary for a secure and just future. We must do what we can to push forward this initiative.

The Commission is strongly influenced by world federalists. One of the Commissioners is in fact Lloyd Axworthy, a former Foreign Minister of Canada, who is also President of the World Federalist Movement.

Symposium "Towards a More Democratic United Nations" (Crawford School, ANU, 4 September 2019)

Organized by WCAA, this meeting featured a talk by Andreas Bummel of Democracy Without Borders, who is global coordinator of the campaign for a United Nations Parliamentary Assembly.


1-day meeting on "Expanding Worldviews: Astrobiology, Big History, and the Socio-Political Benefits of the Cosmic Perspective" (ANU, 19 July, 2018)


Organized by Ian Crawford, a contributor to the World Government Research Network.

9th International Conference on Human Rights Education (Sydney, November 2018)