July 21, 1993 World Citizen Garry Davis Arrives in Toronto for the Launch of The World Syntegrity Project - 1993
TORONTO, ONTARIO - Garry Davis, Coordinator of the World Government of World Citizens, will be arriving in Toronto on July 22 to kick off the July 23 - 25 launch of The World Syntegrity Project - 93. Davis will be the Guest of Honor at the reception being held at The Ontario Institute of Studies for Education (OISE), 252 Bloor St. West, at 7:30 on Thursday July 22. This project, directed at promoting global peace through world citizen involvement in global governance, has over 1,300 participants in 45 locations around the world. It is sponsored by the World Service Authority.
The World Syntegrity Project - 93 consists of mini "World Parliaments" that will be held in Argentina, Australia, Bangladesh, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Denmark, Egypt, England, Germany, Holland, Hungary, Ireland, Italy Jordan, Mexico, Morocco, The Netherlands, The Netherlands Antilles, New Zealand, Nigeria, Switzerland, Spain, The United States and Venezuela, Wales. These "Syntegrations" (the name for the process that will be used in the "mini-parliaments") will be addressing the seminal question "How can we, Sovereign World Citizens, Govern Our World". Responses have also been received from China, Japan, India, Nigeria, Senegal and a number of other countries where we are still expecting to have Organizers hold Syntegrations at later dates.
Davis will be joined by renowned Cybernetician and Management Scientist, Professor Stafford Beer of Toronto who invented the Syntegration Protocol. Mr. Bill Perk, the Coordinator of World Design and Science Commission for the World Government of World Citizens will be arriving from Carbondale, Illinois for the event as will Dr. Manuel Mariņa of Caracas, Venezuela.
Project Organizers plan to funnel the kickoff's momentum into a continuing world referendum on major world issues. Project Director, Wendy Walsh of Burlington, Ontario is thrilled with the widespread interest and commitment that Organizers have found. Says Walsh, "It is only through the united efforts of individuals in their own countries that we will begin to make every part of the world a peaceful place to live."
For more information on The World Syntegrity Project call (416)681-7427.