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World wisdom alliance working framework

World Wisdom Alliance(Working Framework)


To effectively address our growing global / local societal and ecological challenges and opportunities with new thinking and actions in sufficient time to adapt to rapidly changing world circumstances


A new ‘world community’ aimed at actively addressing our shared challenges and opportunities by: Linking and connecting like-minded groups and individuals through effective communication, dialogue and collaborative action.


  • The World Wisdom Alliance (WWA) will be created and launched in Toronto, Canada from July 26 - 28, 2006

  • The core of the WWA communication network will be a web portal which creates a member ‘on-line’ community

  • The main Communication Centre will be established in Toronto, Canada 

Member benefits
Member Benefits

  • Connect and share information with like-minded organizations and individuals worldwide

  • List member events, activities, contact details and other key information on the WWA web portal  

  • Access new members, supporters, partners and resources

  • Distribute content and information on-line to WWA members and the public

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Member Benefits

  • Develop new relationships including joint projects, collaborations and campaigns

  • Enhance and empower the efforts of member organizations through the new on-line community  

  • The WWA may also coordinate joint projects, events and campaigns for member and public participation

Member responsibilities
Member Responsibilities

  • Endorse the WWA ‘Vision and Values Statement’

  • Provide mutual web-links with the WWA web portal 

  • Communicate and share information on member's mission, projects, events, research, etc. with all other WWA members via the on-line community

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Member Responsibilities

  • Contribute content, as applicable, on an on-going basis to the community     

  • Appoint at least one individual from each organizational member as the WWA communication liaison

  • Make the applicable membership contribution on an annual basis 

Membership categories
Membership Categories

  • Community Groups & Communities of Interest

  • Corporations & Companies

  • Individuals

  • Local / Regional Governments & Agencies 

  • Non-Profit Organizations

  • Religious and Service Organizations

  • Schools and Educational Institutions

Public section
Public Section

  • Global Education on our growing global / local challenges and opportunities in the areas of climate change, sustainability, peace, security, etc.

  • News Section with daily / weekly updates on recent scientific evidence and opinion i.e.) Global Warming / Alternative Energy

  • ‘Solution Pathways’ - alternatives that any individual, organization or community can implement

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Public Section

  • Editorials: columns from editor and guest editorials on a regular basis

  • Publications and database of reports, etc. e.g.) from Club of Budapest, WWC and other global think-tanks, organizations, etc.

  • Downloads of articles, books, etc.

  • Email Alerts, Newsletters

  • Web links

Member section community
Member Section (Community)

  • Searchable database of organizational and group members

  • Searchable database of member's projects and initiatives

  • 'Partner Find' - searchable database of member projects focused on finding partners sponsors, donors, etc.

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Member Section (Community)

  • Access to member ‘communication liaison’s

  • Calendar of World Community Events: member and like-minded

  • Alliance and member communications: web conferences, web seminars, web symposia, web dialogues and web meetings (‘member only’ and public)