An open space for global conversation
A group hosted by Melanie Bennett, exploring the concept of world citizenship as developed by Garry Davis and featured in an upcoming film.
Latest Activity: Dec 20, 2011
Started by Vic Desotelle Dec 14, 2011. 0 Replies 0 Likes
An interesting piece of news that, combined with 'world citizenship', could make life considerably more fun, don't you think? VicThe national campaign to Abolish Corporate Personhood and Demand…Continue
Started by Melanie Bennett Dec 6, 2011. 0 Replies 0 Likes
Hello Wonderful World Citizen Group! If people became World Citizens, do you think it would help the Occupy movement? If so, how? Looking forward to hearing from you! Peace, MelanieContinue
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Started by Melanie Bennett Nov 30, 2011. 0 Replies 0 Likes
Thank you so much for joining this group! I look forward to discussing World Citizenship and how we can get the word out that people can actually become official World Citizens. Please visit…Continue
We could help the new short video we are making go viral! Do you know geeks that would have an interest in that?
Thanks Melanie .. and You're on ... regarding sharing more ideas. For example .. I'm thinking about starting 'collaborative design' sessions for groups that form here on Occupy Cafe. For this group, I think we need to promote more folks into it first, in order to get a little bit of traction. Who may have interest and how shall we invite them?
Thank you for your comments Vic! I agree!
I loved your and Suzanne's advice on the conference call today. Yes we need to get the word out here on Occupy Cafe and have 5 easy steps people can begin with.
Let me know if you think of any more ideas and I welcome everyone's input!
Thank you Gary Davis for your input on the call today, and to Melanie for starting this group. It strikes me that the 'World Citizen' (WC) concept is a crucial piece to the Occupy Movement's future.
I'd like to see this WC group to become an exemplar for how to move Occupy Cafe groups into networks of valued connections, then into a collectively agreed upon action (such as getting your city to become a town of 'world cities', etc.)
Any thoughts? Viic D.
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