Perhaps I could reference the WSA website, but I thought it worth the
while to ask here, what is the current "Vision and Goals" of the WSA,
are they outlined anywhere specifically?
In theory we should all have WSA passports but in practice as far as
I can tell we do not. Funding is a major hurdle for the group, but
what about the logistic hurdles of getting the message out to
citizens around the World who not only need this knowledge but do not
have access to the information like many of us do? (e.g. internet /
What history does the WSA have working with the UNCHR, for example.
I understand Mr. Kannegis has taken on the project for producing a
documentary film on Garry Davis life, evidently this is one step in
the right direction, but clearly the microdevelopment of individual
case studies in abandoned ethnic groups (e.g. lacking identity, and
yet feeling the call of God to access the World Economy) is a key
hurdle, as I see it.
What's holding this vision back? What are the bottlenecks?
Thanks for your discussion on the matter.
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that provides more details on WSA programs and projects.
The most crucial issue for the WSA is creating steady
funding such as an organizational endowment to advance
its programs and to promote world citizenship and world law.
Without better funding for WSA's human rights work, it
becomes increasingly difficult to get the message out
to much of the world.
The WSA would appreciate receiving others' response to
the preceding message as well as financial, technical,
and logistical assistance to advance its work.