jueves, 23 de septiembre de 2010

Susana ROBERTS, invitada por el parlamento de Kazajastán

Juana Castillo, Javier Burgos y Susana Roberts (de negro)
en la emisora de radio Onda Latina - 7-X-2009

Dice Susana:

He sido invitada por el parlamento del país de Kazajastán bajo el patrocinio del Presidente de la República de Kazakhastán Nursultán Nazarbaev para participar y formar parte de la discusión dentro del marco del WFSC: Foro Mundial de Cultura Espiritual el próximo mes de Octubre, grupo receptor NSEWA, Asamblea Mundial Espiritual Ecológica de la Noosfera, Directora Dr. Liubov Gordina, en la ciudad de Astana, capital del país donde se congregarán más de 300 personalidades del mundo del arte, intelectuales y científicos para concluir sobre el aspecto que demanda la educación del tercer milenio.
Mi trabajo fue recepcionado sobre el tema principal de la nueva Visión estratégica de la sociedad civil, representando a IFLAC Argentina y Sudamerica y a la Global Harmony Association, dos ONG sin fines de lucro.

Organizado por un comité encabezado por : Tolegen Muhamedzhanov, Diputado Senador del Parlamento de la R. de Kazakhastan

Wilhelm Augustat, Presidente de la Asociación Europea"World throught Culture"

Iosif Kobzon: Diputado del estado Ruso de Duma.

El Forum está auspiciado por famosos lideres culturales, comunidades, figuras políticasy científicos de todo el mundo, entre ellos: The Institute of Ethics in Politics and Economy (Austria). Law of Time Foundation (New Zeland, Australia, USA). International Association of Unesco. The Assembly of Russian Nations. The Assembly of Kazajastán Nations. International Public Foundation, Noosphere Spiritual Ecological World Assembly, etc.

Para mí va a ser un honor representar mi provincia, el país y sobre todo a los escritores hermanos míos de la Unión Hispanoamericana de Escritores, y nuestra casa IFLAC Argentina.
Muy agradecida por vuestro apoyo. Sigo luchando por la Paz, amor por el prójimo y la educación como prioridad.

Susana Roberts
Dr Litt Honoris Causa -WAAC 2009
Vice-Directora Iflac Argentina y Sudamerica.

Participante n° 289.
Pueden visitar la pagina: http://www.astanaforum.kz/
Invitada n° 289.



Prior list of participants of the World Forum Spiritual Culture

1. Gabriel García Márquez (Colombia) – famous writer and public figure.
2. Paulo Coelho (Brazil) – famous writer.
3. Frei Betto (Brazil) – writer, politician, activist.
4. Federico Mayor Zaragoza (Spain) – Spanish scholar and politician, public figure, writer, poet, former Director General of UNESCO (1987-1999).
5. Abdul Aziz bin Othman Al-Tuweijry – Director General of the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO).
6. Dan Davidson (USA) – President of American Councils for International Education.
7. Glazunov Ilya (Russia) – people’s painter of USSR, academician of the Russian Academy of Arts, laureate of the State Award of the Russian Federation.
8. Rasputin Valentin (Russia) – writer, Hero of Socialist Labour, laureate of State Awards of USSR and Russian Federation.
9. Luzhkov Yuri (Russia) – Mayor of Moscow.
10. Nirmal Suri (India) – Air Chief Marshal, public figure, one of spiritual leaders of India.
11. Mata Amritanandamayi (India) – Indian spiritual leader.
12. Temirkanov Yuriy (Russia) – conductor, People’s Artist of USSR, laureate of State Awards of USSR and Russian Federation.
13. Gergiev Valeriy (Russia) – conductor, People’s Artist of Russia, laureate of State Awards of the Russian Federation.
14. Mihalkov Nikita (Russia) – film director, People’s Artist of USSR, holder of “Oscar”.
15. Suleimenov Olzhas (Kazakhstan, France) – poet, representative of Kazakhstan to UNESCO.
16. Pope Benedict XVI
17. Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia Kirill
18. Yona Metzger – Chief Rabbi of Israel
19. Venerable C. Dambayev – Khambo Lama of Mongolia, Member of the Council on Religious Affairs under the President of Mongolia, Vice-President of the World Fellowship of Buddhists and Asian Buddhist Conference for Peace.
20. His Highness Aga Khan (France) – well-known spiritual and public figure, patron of art.
21. Archbishop of Astana and Almaty Alexander.
22. Premanand Rupwate (India) – leader of spiritually-public and peacemaking movement of Buddhists of Western India.
23. Metropolitan of Tula and Belevsky Alexis (Russia)
24. Mirzayev Sultan Beterovich (Russia) – Mufti of Chechen Republic.
25. Spivakov Vladimir Teodorovich (Russia) – People’s Artist of Russia, UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador.
26. Lubomir Levchev (Bulgaria) – famous writer, public figure.
27. Dzunsey Terasava (Japan-India) – Initiator and founder of the Peace Pagoda.
28. Prince Bin Talal El-Hassan (Jordan) – philosopher and public figure well-known in the Islamic world and Europe.
29. Reverend Canon Andrew White (Great Britain) – President and Chief Executive of the Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East.
30. Mansukh Patel (Great Britain) – world-known spiritual and public figure, head of Life Foundation.
31. Raj Gopal (India) – leader of the mass movement in India Ekta Parishad.
32. Abayev Nikolay V. (Russia) – Doctor of Historical Sciences, Honorary Doctor of Buddhist Philosophy, professor of philosophy at the Tyva State University, Honoured Scientist of the Republic of Tyva, Member of the House of Representatives of the Great Hural.
33. Ayupov Nurmagambet Glazhdynovich (Kazakhstan) – outstanding oriental scientist, leading Kazakh specialist on Buddhism and Tengrianism.
34. Khamrayev Alimzhan Tilikovich (Kazakhstan) – leading Kazakh scientist of ancient spiritual history of Central Asia, Doctor of Philology.
35. Gorbachev Mikhail Sergeyevich (Russia) – Nobel Prize laureate, public figure, politician.
36. Gerhard Schroder (Germany) – Ex-Chancellor, Federal Republic Germany.
37. Richard Freiherr von Weizsacker (Germany) – Ex-President of the Federal Republic of Germany 1984-1994; Member of the Eminent Persons Group advising Secretary-General Kofi Annan on “Crossing the Divide, Dialogue among Civilization” 2001.
38. Egon Bahr (Germany) – journalist, oriental expert.
39. Hans Kung (Germany) – President of Foundation WELT-ETHOS: standing for Peace among the religions, dialogue among religions, searching for the common denominator in Ethics.
40. Roman Herzog (Germany) – Ex-President of the Federal Republic of Germany.
41. Hans-Peter Durr (Germany) – scientist, Member of Club of Rome.
42. Hans-Dietrich Genscher (Germany) – Ex-Minister of Foreign Affairs of Federal Republic of Germany.
43. Thomas Reiter (Germany) – Member of Board, German Space Centre, former astronaut.
44. Mohammed El Baradei (Austria) – Nobel Peace Prize Winner (2005), Ex-President of IAEA.
45. Zhan Zigler (Switzerland) – Vice-President of the UN Committee on human rights, expert of economical, social and cultural rights, UN special envoy till 2008.
46. Juan Jose Lucas Gimenez (Spain) – Second Vice-President of the Senate of Spain.
47. Jonathan Granoff (USA) – Nobel Prize Laureate, President of Global Security Institute.
48. Nelson Mandela (South Africa) – Ex-President of the Republic of South Africa, 1993 Nobel Peace Prize laureate.
49. Prince Albert II (Principality of Monaco) – State Minister.
50. Jakob von Uexkull (Sweden) – Founder of Alternative Nobel prize.
51. Carlsson Ingvar (Sweden) – Former Prime-Minister of the Kingdom of Sweden (1986-1991; 1994-1996), Chairman of Anna Lindh Memorial Fund (2003), Chairman of the Interaction Council.
52. Johan Galtung (Norway) – main founder of “Peace and Conflict Research Centre” (1987), Alternative Nobel Prize Winner, 1993 Gandhi Prize, Director of the TRANSCEND network for Peace and Development.
53. Gro Harlem Brundtland (Norway) – former Prime-Minister of Norway (1981, 1986-1989, 1990-96), Norwegian politician.
54. Kjell Magne Bondevik (Norway) – former Prime-Minister (until 2005).
55. Thorbjorn Jagland (Norway) – Chairman of the Committee on Nobel Prize Choice.
56. Annan Kofi (Ghana) – UN Secretary General (1997-2006), 2001 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Sakharov Prize Winner “For Freedom of Thought” (2003).
57. Prince Charles (Great Britain) – Prince of Wales.
58. Jimmy Carter (USA) – Ex-President of USA, 2002 Nobel Prize laureate.
59. Vaclav Havel (Czech Republic) – Ex-President of Czech Republic (1993-2003), Honorary Member Club of Rome.
60. Ibrahim Abuleish (Egypt) – founder of comprehensive development initiative SEKEM, 2003 Alternative Nobel Prize laureate, councilor of the World Future Council (since 2006).
61. Reinhold Messner (Italy) – dynamic peace and culture activist, Himalaya mountaineer, writer.
62. Umberto Eco (Italy) – Italian medievalist, semiotician, philosopher, literary critic, and novelist.
63. Matteo Thun (Italy) – Progressive writer.
64. Leonardo Boff (Brazil) – theologian, philosopher, writer, 2001 Right Livelihood Award laureate.
65. Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clezio (France) – French author, Laureate of Prix Renaudot (1963) and Nobel Prize in Literature (2008).
66. John Maxwell Coetzee (South Africa) – novelist, literary critic, translator, twice Booker Prize winner, 2003 Nobel Prize laureate.
67. Ferit Orhan Pamuk (Turkey) – novelist, 2006 Nobel Prize laureate.
68. Shirin Ebadi (Iran) – Iranian lawyer, human rights activist and founder of Centre for the Defence of Human Rights in Iran, 2003 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate.
69. Wangari Muta Maathai (Kenya) – environmental and political activist, 1984 Alternative Nobel Prize laureate, 2004 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate.
70. Seamus Justin Heaney (Ireland) – Irish writer, poet, translator and teacher, 1995 Nobel Prize laureate.
71. Komsky Moses (Israel) – author of Temple consent of all religions on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.
72. Kamilev Said Haybulovich – General Director of ISESCO (Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization).
73. Kobzon Iosif Davidovich (Russia) – National Artist of USSR, Deputy Chairman of the State Duma of the Russian Federation.
74. Primakov Yevgeny Maksimovich – President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
75. Alfyorov Zhores Ivanovich (Russia) – Nobel Prize laureate, academician of Russian Academy of Sciences.
76. Aksenov Vladimir Viktorovich (Russia) – pilot-cosmonaut of the USSR, twice Hero of the Soviet Union, the first Vice-President of the National Academy of Sciences, Information and Information Technology, Chief Executive of the Spiritual Movement of Russia.
77. Borovik Henry Averyanovich (Russia) – Head of Charity Foundation named after Artyom Borovik, famous writer, journalist.
78. Abdulatipov Ramazan Gadzhimuratovich (Russia) – rector of Moscow State University of Culture and Arts, Chairman of the People’s Assembly of Russia.
79. Polyakov Yuriy Mikhailovich (Russia) – writer, Chief Editor of the “Literary Newspaper”.
80. Roshal Leonid Mikhailovich (Russia) – Director of the Moscow Institute of Emergency Children’s Surgery and Traumatology, Member of the Council under the President of Russia on the Development of Civil Society and Human Rights, chairman of the Public Chamber Commission on Health Care.
81. Sagalaev Edward Mikhailovich (Russia) – President of the National Association of Broadcasters, member of the Public Chamber of Russia.
82. Sadovnichii Victor Antonovich (Russia) – Rector of the Lomonosov Moscow State University, President of Russia’s Union of Rectors.
83. Tyagunov Alexandr Alexandrovich (Russia) – Vice-Chairman of the Committee on Culture of the State Duma of the Russian Federation.
84. Kaznacheev Vlail Petrovich (Russia) – scientist, global ecologist, public figure, academician.
85. Grechko Georgi Mikhailovich (Russia) – space pilot of USSR.
86. Bokova Irina (France) – Director General of UNESCO.
87. Miguel d’Escoto Brokmann (USA) – President of the 63rd Session of the UN General Assembly.
88. Tiahoga Ruge (Mexico) – Ph.D., Minister of Environmental Protection.
89. Al Gore (USA) – politician, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate for Matters relating to the Environment (the film “Inconvenient Truth”).
90. March Sideregs (Venezuela) – Doctor of Medicine, famous public figure, leader of Spiritual Movement of Venezuela, Head of Mission NSEWA.
91. Carol Hiltner (USA) – Founder and President of the University Altai-Mir, spiritual painter and writer.
92. Begaliev Muratbek Akimovich (Kyrgyzstan) – Rector of the Kyrgyz Conservatory, academician, composer, State Prize laureate, national artist of Kyrgyzstan.
93. Sarygulov Dastan (Kyrgyzstan) – President of the Foundation “Tengir Ordo”.
94. Usupbaev Anarbek (Kyrgyzstan) – President of the International Association “Manas Ordo”.
95. Dambyn Tsembel (Mongolia) – public and political figure of Mongolia, writer, laureate of International Prizes in Literature and Art, professor.
96. Cuneyt Guctekin (Turkey) – Head of the Russian-Turkish Friendship Association and Entrepreneurship, organizer of the major cultural events including the Year of Turkey in Russia and the Year of Russia in Turkey, etc..
97. Raminder Sing (India) – Minister of Punjab State.
98. Abramane Silla – Vice-President of the National Assembly of Mali, professor of the University.
99. Angessa Duga Chala – spokesman of the African Union Embassies, PhD.
100. Baraga Mikhail A. (Romania, Moldavia) – Father Micah.
101. Du Weiming – professor of Harvard University, one of the most prominent confuciologists in modernity, the leading expert in the field of intercivilizational dialogue, member of the UN working group in study of this problem. Supports the establishment of universal ethical values based on the synthesis of all the best intellectual achievements of mankind. Considers that confucianizm can play an important role in solving of global problems, in overcoming the global crisis.
102. Dashnyam L. (Mongolia) – famous Mongolian poet, author of numerous books, collections of poems and prose works, scientific works. He is a rector of the University of the Mongolian Knowledge, a doctor, a professor etc.
103. Chiang Chang (China) – Ph.D., author of concept “An elegant existence” the main idea of which is a build of society, aimed to disclose a person’s ability, to create conditions for happiness of each person. The highest value of such society is a human as a medium of high spiritual qualities not only as an effective employee.
104. Tarasov Boris Nikolaevich (Russia) – Rector of the Gorky Literary Institute.
105. Malashenko Alexey (Russia) – professor, Co-Founder of the Carnegie Foundation of the maintenance of world peace.
106. Glazyev S. Yu. (Russia) – Member of State Duma of RF.
107. Lord Ahmed of Rotterham (England) – Member of the House of Lords.
108. Fazlun Khalid (England) – Member of the Islamic Foundation for Protection of Environment and Science.
109. Mohammad Ayub (USA) – Professor of Islamic Studies, Temple University of the Commonwealth, Department of Religion.
110. Hassan Ko Nakata – Professor of Doshisha University, Director of the Japanese Association of Muslims.
111. Yahya Sergio Yahe Palavicini (Italy) – Vice-President of the Italian religious community of Muslims.
112. Esmael A. R. (Iran) – Director of artistic and cultural cooperation, the organization of culture and Islamic relations.
113. Tavakol M. – Professor at the University of Tehran.
114. Sanayi M. (India) – Vice-President of Education, Ph.D.
115. Dementiev Andrei Dmitrievich (Russia) – political columnist for the socio-political edition RTR “Russian Radio”, chairman of the Partnership Board “Association of Tver national groups”, Vice-Chairman of the Russian Peace Foundation, poet, member of the Public Chamber of Russia.
116. Zapesotsky Alexander Sergeevich (Russia) – Rector of the St. Petersburg State University of Trade Unions, professor, Doctor of Cultural Science, academician of the Russian Academy of Science.
117. Korpenko Mikhail Petrovich (Russia) – rector of the Modern Humanitarian University, professor, Doctor of technical sciences.
118. Vorona V.I. (Russia) – Rector of SMPI named after Ippolitov-Ivanov, Honoured Artist of Russia, artistic director and conductor of the Youth Chamber Orchestra.
119. Likhachev Vasily Nicholaevich (Russia) – Federation Council Member, Deputy Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on International Affaires.
120. Lukin Vladimir Petrovich (Russia) – Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation.
121. Pakhmutova Alexandra N. (Russia) – composer, national artist of USSR.
122. Dobronravov Nikolai N. (Russia) – poet, laureate of Lenin Komsomol Prize.
123. Piotrovsky Mikhail B. (Russia) – Director of the State Hermitage.
124. Torkunov Anatoliy Vasilyevich (Russia) – Rector of MGIMO, politician, academician of the RAS.
125. Fedorov Viktor V. (Russia) – General Director of the Russian State Library, member of committee on Culture and Arts under the President of the Russian Federation.
126. Tsereteli Zurab K. (Russia) – People’s Painter of USSR, People’s Painter of RF, President of Russian Academy of Arts, Director of Moscow Museum of Modern Arts, member of Public Chamber of the RF.
127. Govorukhin Stanislav (Russia) - motion picture producer, deputy of State Duma of the RF, member of the State Duma Committee on information policy, information Technology and Communications.
128. Sudarenkov Valery (Russia) – Member of Federation Council of the RF.
129. Gubenko N. N. (Russia) – producer, member of the Moscow City Duma.
130. Lyubimov Boris N. (Russia) – rector of the Shchepkin Drama School, Honoured Art Worker of RF, professor.
131. Ratnikova Galina K. (Russia) – Minister of Culture of the Government of Moscow Region.
132. Leshchenko Lev V. (Russia) – People’s Artist of RF.
133. Kazenin Vladislav I. (Russia) – Chairman of the Composer’s Union, national artist of Russia, honored artist of the RSFSR.
134. Solomin Alexander V. (Russia) – painter, poet, essayist.
135. Golubev Alexander A. (Russia) – poet, laureate of Sholokhov’s Prize, editor and director of literary and art magazine « The Rise».
136. Solomin Yuri M. (Russia) – People’s Artist of USSR, art director of the State Academic Maly Theater.
137. Doronina Tatiana V. (Russia) – People’s Artist of USSR, art director of Moscow Art Academic Theatre named after M. Gorky.
138. Burlyaev Nikolai Petrovich (Russia) – People’s Artist of Russia.
139. Kharlamov Sergey Mikhailovich (Russia) – People’s Artist of Russia.
140. Natalya Bershadskaya (Israel) – ontologist, member of the Israeli Public Association “Council of Civilizations”.
141. Dmitry Radyshevsky (Israel) – Ph.D., ontologist, member of the Israeli Public Association “Council of Civilizations”.
142. Boris Elkon (Israel) – ontologist, Director of the Israeli Public Association “Council of Civilizations”.
143. Igor Fishman (Israel) – Head of the “Social Design” group.
144. Kornienko Nafisa (Ukraine) – Member of the group “Social Design”.
145. Mary Fischer (India) – Director of International Relations Gobind Sadan, an American who lived for many years in India, the author of the textbook "Living Religions" (a popular exposition of the history, philosophical and moral principles and also features of different religions which prevalent in the world).
146. Rai Singh (India) – President of the Memorial Complex Vires Baba Singh President of the Gobind Sadan’s Management Committee.
147. Skuratovskaya Larisa (Russia) – Head of Climate Programme of the World Council of Churches.
148. Rockefeller Steven (United States) – Co-Chairman of the Earth Charter.
149. Mirian Viela – Executive Director of the International Secretariat of the Earth Charter
150. Bakhnova Marina (Costa Rica) – coordinator of the international secretariat of the Earth Charter in Europe and Central Asia.
151. Bondarenko Alexey – President of the International Foundation "Reyrih Heritage"
152. Shvetsova Lyudmila (Russia) – First Deputy Mayor in the Moscow Government, Head of the Social Sphere Complex.
153. Shaimiev Mintimer (Russia) – First President of Tatarstan (1991-2010).
154. Alibasov Bari Karimovich (Russia) – Soviet and Russian musician, music producer, Honored Artist of Russia (1999).
155. Shamba Taras Mironovich (Russia) – Rector of Moscow State University of Commerce and Trade.
156. Smolin Oleg Nikolaevich (Russia) – Member of the State Duma of RF.
157. Kovalyova Marina (USA) – President of the Russian-American Culture Fund.
158. Gordina Lyubov (Russia) – NSEWA President, Doctor of Philosophy, Candidate of Technical Science, “A Life-preserving Concept of Civilization Development in a Law Document of the XXI century in Noo-Constitution”.
159. Jose Anthony Arguelles (USA, Australia) – world famous scientist, famous researcher of the ancient Mayan civilization, President of the Galactic Research Foundation, Doctor of Philosophy, art, member of Assembly of the World: “Noospheric Ethical-Ecological Constitution for Mankind is a New Time legislative maintenance” .
160. Brook-Krasny Alec (USA) – Deputy of the New York State Assembly: “Noo-Constitution as a Phenomenon of the Global Civil Legislative Initiative”, senator.
161. Nikitenko Peter (Belarus) – academician of the National Academy of Science of Belarus, Doctor of Economic Sciences: “Noo-spheric Economy is the basis for Noo-Constitution regulations to be realized”.
162. Michele Billore (France) – Doctor of Pedagogies, NSEWA Branch leader: “Another Facet of the Noo-Constitution: an Inner Path towards the Noosphere”.
163. Tania Belfort (Brazil) – NSEWA Branch leader and coordinator of the South America countries: “Noo-Constitution is One and for Everybody”.
164. Stephanovich E. (Lithuania) – NSEWA Branch leader, member of a Party “Fair Russia”: “Good News for a Noo-spheric Development of the Society”.
165. Andrushevich A. – NSEWA Representative: “On a Spiritual Component of the Noospheric Ethical-Ecological Constitution for Mankind”.
166. Ugrimov S. (Switzerland, Germany) – NSEWA Representative: “On a Spiritual Component of the Noo-spheric Ethical-Ecological Constitution for Mankind”.
167. Doudina Elena (Canada) – NSEWA Branch leader: “Noo-Constitution. An Ethical aspect in a Law Document of the Third Millennium”.
168. Petrovic Boris (Serbia): NSEWA Coordinator: The Problem of Human Energy Increase. Noospheric Ethical-Ecological Constitution for Mankind as a Key to Multidimensional Existence”.
169. Lisin Vladimir – academician of the World Academy of Informatization.
170. Panov Evgeny (Russia) – “A New Paradigm, a World Genome and an Evolutionary Algorithm in the Noo-Constitution”.
171. Ranhold Ruge (Mexico) – “The History and Development of the Constitution Leading to the Noospheric Ethical-Ecological Constitution for Mankind”.
172. Manusova Nonna (Israel) – a NSEWA representative: “On a Methodology of the Introduction of Noospheric Ethical-Ecological Constitution for Mankind”.
173. Eliseyeva Olga (Russia) – General Director of a methodical centre, medical science candidate, “Noospheric Nanotechnologies in Modern Medicine”
174. Issis Resende (Brazil) – member of noo-spheric spiritually-moral educational programs of the UP broadcasting company (Brazil, Costa-Rica).
175. Rodrigo Mejias Montero (Costa Rica) – member of noo-spheric spiritually-moral educational programs of the UP broadcasting company (Brazil-Costa Rica).
176. Patrushev Vladimir (Russia) – Doctor of Social Sciences, Professor, Academician of RANS "Noospheric Doctrine of the Multi-polar World".
177. Osipov Anatoly (Russia) – NSEWA Moscow Branch leader, leader of an integration movement of Russia: "Ecumenical Aspects in the Noo-Constitution".
178. Lapshina N.V. (Belarus) – NSEWA Branch leader, “Spiritual culture is a basic principle of the Noo-Constitution for Mankind”.
179. Medikov V.I. (Russia) – Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor of Economics and Management at the Siberian State Industrial University, "The National Idea. Single-Storey World".
180. Mayumi Jingu (Japan) – BA, MA, Ed.D, President of the Plenum Activation Federation.
181. Varenik N. (Ukraine) – Representative NDEAM in Ukraine., GSS. Corresponding of the international review "Mirror of week", "Noo-Constitution as a way of Biosphere transition into Noosphere".
182. Radzhabova Elena (Russia) – “Noo-Constitution is a Guarantor of the Principle of Masculine and Feminine Essence Equivalence”.
183. Mikheyev Artem (Russia) – Associate Professor of State University Higher School of Economics, "Problem of the Soul and Consciousness in the context of Noospheric Ethical - Ecological Constitution for Mankind".
184. Ammar Banni (Algeria) – Professor of Ahmad Arbia College, co-author of “Science about a Human Being” projects: “Ethno-Culture of Mankind as a Resource for a Noospheric Civilization”.
185. Tuzlukov Viktor (Russia) – Director of “Gemma-centre”.
186. Francisco Azuela Espinoza (Bolivia) – poet, writer, Director of a laboratory and documentary centre of Simon Bolivar Andean University. “Literature and poetry: Latin America, Brazil, Spain, Portugal”.
187. Muratov A.I. (Ukraine) – “Harmony” Integral Medicine Centre. “Humanity Consciousness Imperfect State (Article 35.7 of the Noo-Constitution) as a basic threat for its existence and development”.
188. John Forje (Cameroon) – author of monographic works on political and economical reforms in Africa: “Practical Application of the Noo-Constitution on African Continent.
189. Vasilenko Vasily (Russia) – politician, Ph.D., professor of the Volzhskiy Humanitarian Institute of the Volgograd State University, NSEWA Conceptual council member, member of philosophical-economical scientific meeting of the Moscow State University named after M. Lomonosov.
190. Guzev Mikhail (Russia) – Director of the Volzhskiy Humanitarian Institute of the Volgograd University, Doctor of Economic Science. “Noospheric Foundation of Economics and State Policy Modernization during Globalization Epoch: a Regional Aspect”.
191. Imanov Geidar (Russia) – Rector of the Smolny Institute of the Russian Education Academy, Candidate of Technical Science, Doctor of acmeology.
192. Zaydfudim P. Kh. (Russia) – scientific activity pro-rector of the Moscow State Culture and Art University, professor, Doctor of Biological Science, Candidate of Technical Science, RANS academician.
193. Kamran Mofid (UK) – Director, founder of “Globalization for the Common Good Initiative” (UK), Ph.D. in economics.
194. Pokhmelnykh L.A. (Mexico) – Doctor of Technical Sciences, “On the question of an artificial climate change (to be added to article 32 of the Noo-Constitution)”.
195. Ushakova Marina (Russia) – psychologist, culturologist, yoga instructor. "Noo-Constituion. Spirit (the quality of information) and nation's energetic capacity."
196. Chaplinska A.A. (Latvia) – Daugavpils University doctorate Mag.oec.,mag.sc.soc. "Noo-Constitution on how to overcome economic crises".
197. Repin Alexandr (Russia) – General Director of the Noo-spheric Technologies Centre “Yedineninye”. Noo-spheric conceptual-analytical system of an organized development and control of the Mankind – (CA-SODAC). Design project "CA-SODAC – EARTH"
198. Abdallah Ghasan (Palestine) – Doctor of Psychological Science, Director of the CARE Center for Applied Research in Education. "Trying to be Tolerant while being occupied: Personal experiences and suggested vision"
199. Stamen Stamenov (Bulgaria) – TV-journalist, leader of NSEWA Branch in Bulgaria, "A New Matrix Model of the World-Construction as a Basis of the Conception of the NOOSPHERIC ETHICAL-ECOLOGICAL CONSTITUTION FOR MANKIND"
200. Sesto Giovanni Castagnoli (Switzerland) – World Spiritual Forum President. “The importance of noospheric knowledge for the change of consciousness in the world. Noo-Constitution as the instrument of the global project of the society transformation”
201. Kudryashova A.A. (Russia, USA) – Doctor of technical and biological Sciences, full member of RANS, MAI, full member of the New York Academy of Sciences, Bio-Natural International Academy, professor, a UN consultant on provision of food and ecological security, President of the scientific practical centre. 202. Roger Nelson (USA) – Ph.D., Director of centre “Global Consciousness Project”.
203. Vystrelkov Boris (Russia) – writer, publicist, philosopher, bibliographer, psychologist, religion expert, leader of Spiritual-Analytical Association “Galatea”.
204. Suryanath Prasad (India) – Ph.D., emeritus professor, Vice—President of Association “Peaceful Education”, founder and editor of the international magazine and International Association of teachers of the world.
205. Cristovam Ricardo Cavalcanti Buarque (Brazil) – member of Federal Senate of the Federative Republic of Brazil.
206. Abdulkarim Fatach (Palestine) – representative of the Beirith University, Ph.D.
207. Aleksander Panayotov Aleksandrov (Bulgaria) – Bulgarian military pilot and cosmonaut, Hero of the People’s Republic of Bulgaria.
208. Alfred Gusenbauer (Austria) – politician, laureate of the International Prize “Dialogue between Civilizations” in the category “For strengthening of peace and mutual understanding among peoples”.
209. Amelie Nothomb (Belgium) – modern writer.
210. Andreas van Agt (Netherlands) – former Prime-Minister of the Netherlands.
211. Arnaldo Tamayo Mendez (Cuba) – first Cuban cosmonaut, Hero of Cuba.
212. Arthur N.R. Robinson (Trinidad and Tobago) – former President of Trinidad and Tobago.
213. Bogdan Zdroevsky (Poland) – Minister of Culture and National Heritage of Poland.
214. Ashok Gangaden – Co-Chairman of the World Commission on Global Conscience. Co-Chairman of the World Wisdom Council.
215. Audrey Kitagawa – trustee of the World Parliament of Religions.
216. Chen Haowu (China) –professor in Finance and Social Sciences at the Academy of Administration under Guanghua Beijing University, specialist in Chinese traditional culture.
217. Bibi Russell – globally known designer.
218. Chen Xuerong (China) – former Vice-President of Securities Association of China
219. Chung Un-Chan (South Korea) – former Prime-Minister of South Korea, professor of Seoul National University.
220. Daniel Goeudevert (Switzerland) – writer.
221. Djamal Bauatha (Palestine) – Minister of Religions and Waqfs.
222. Dora Hiou Maniatopoulou (Greece) – professor of International and European Institutions of university political b Social Sciences “Pantheon”, Athens.
223. Dumitru Prunariu (Romania) – the first citizen of Romania to make a space flight.
224. Dong Xi Qiang (China) – professional Chinese-Russian interpreter.
225. Eija-Liisa Ahtila (Finland) – modern painter.
226. Emil Boc (Romania) – Prime-Minister of Romania. President of Democratic Liberal Party.
227. Erkki Johan Bäckman (Finland) – publicist, scholar, Doctor of Social and Political Sciences.
228. Ervin Laszlo (Germany) – founder and President of the Club of Budapest, Ph.D., Doctor of Economics and Doctor of Arts.
229. Jean de Dieu Basabose (Rwanda) – CEO of Shalom Educating for Peace
230. His Eminence Cardinal Cristoph Schoeborn (Austria) – archbishop of Vienna and Primate of Austria (1995), theologist.
231. Mozhayeva Ekaterina (Germany) – founder of the World Parliament of Clowns, world-known clowness – Antoshka.
232. Fabio Feldman (Belgium) – environmentalist, consultant, company manager and Executive Secretary of the Paulista Forum on Global Climate Change and Biodiversity.
233. Feisal al-Faiez (Jordan) – Prime-Minister of Jordan (2003-2005).
234. Franz Andre Heller (Austria) – painter, writer, singer and actor.
235. Franz Vranitzky (Austria) – statesman and political figure, former Chancellor of Austria (1986-1997).
236. Gabriela Benackova (Slovakia) – Slovak soprano.
237. Georgi Ivanov (Bulgaria) – the first Bulgarian cosmonaut, Major General, Hero of the Soviet Union.
238. Han Seung-soo (South Korea) – Korean politician and diplomat. Prime-Minister of South Korea in 2008-2009. Chairman of the 56th Session of the UN GA in 2001-2002.
239. Tewolde Berhan G. Egziaber (Ethiopia) – head of the Ethiopian organization on Environmental Protection, laureate of Right Livelihood Award in 2000 “for his exemplary work to safeguard biodiversity and the traditional rights of farmers and communities to their genetic resources”.
240. Helmut Heinrich Waldemar Schmidt (Germany) – German politician, social-democrat. The 5th federal chancellor of the Federative Republic of Germany (1974-1982).
241. Ivan Bella (Slovakia) – colonel, the first Slovakian cosmonaut.
242. Hubertus Dessloch (Liechtenstein) – Secretary General of the International Academy of Philosophy in the Principality of Liechtenstein.
243. Jean-Luc Dehaene (Belgium) – Prime-Minister of Belgium (1992-1999), Member of European Parliament (since 2004).
244. His Excellency Judge C.G. Weeramantry (Sri Lanka) – judge, former Vice-President of International Court of Justice.
245. Rafia Obaid Ghubash (Bahrain) – President of Arabian Gulf University.
246. Maria-Claire Cordonier Segger (Canada) – Director of Centre for International Sustainable Development Law.
247. Slavoj Zizek (Slovenia) – Professor and Senior Researcher in Institute of Sociology, University of Ljubljana.
248. Georgiy Duca (Moldova) – President of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova, university professor, Doctor of Chemistry.
249. Marian Lupu (Moldova) – Ex-Chairman of Parliament, Chairman of the Democratic Party.
250. Boris Marian (Moldova) – Chairman of the Moldovan Committee of “Dialogue Eurasia”.
251. Feridun Tufekci (Moldova) – representative of the Moldovan Committee of “Dialogue Eurasia”.
252. Rea Kwon Chung (Thailand) – Director of the UNESCAP Department on Environment and Sustainable Development.
253. Hou Tszinlin (China) - senior staff scientist, Ph.D., Head of the Centre for the Study of human environment of the Institute of Urban and Environment Development at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (Beijing).
254. Aimon Collins (Nigeria) – Director of the Centre for Social Reforms and Human Development.
255. Imre Cortes (Hungary) – Nobel Literature Prize laureate.
256. Jeremy Rifkin (USA) – founder and president of the Fund on Economic Trends, American economist, writer, and activist.
257. John Ravlings (Austria) – ex-President of the republic of Ghana (1982-2000).
258. Gopalkrishna Gandhi (India) – prominent scholar, activist of India.
259. His Eminence Cardinal Jozeph Tomko (Slovakia) – Slovakian curial cardinal, archbishop, Secretary General of the World Synod of Bishops (1979-1985). Chairman of the Papal Committee on International Eucharistic Congresses (2001).
260. Kan Yi Man (China) – President of the Chinese Culture Fund.
261. Karin Reisendanz (Austria) – representative of the Institute of Southern Asia, Tibetan and Buddhist studies.
262. Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz (Poland) – Prime-Minister of the party “Law and Justice” (2005-2006), politician.
263. Kim ki Duk (South Korea) – famous film director in South Korea.
264. Koenraad Elst (Belgium) – orientalist, specialist in Indian culture, writer, publicist.
265. Krzystof Pendercki (Poland) – outstanding composer of Poland.
266. Krzysztof Zanussi (Poland) – outstanding film director of Poland.
267. Luc Tuymans (Belgium) – modern Belgian painter.
268. Mahmoud Ayoub (USA) – professor of Islamic Studies.
269. Manfred Max-Neef (Chile) – Director, Faculty of Economics and Management Science, Institute of Economics, Southern University of Chile.
270. Marcello Palazzi (Italy) – President of progress foundation, member of the board of Tällberg Foundation, member of the general assembly of the Lisbon Council.
271. Pixner Marina (Austria) – member of “Peace Through Culture”.
272. Maroof El-Bakeem (Jordan) – former Prime-Minister of Jordan, Senator.
273. Masami Saionji (Japan) – Chairperson of the World Peace Prayer Society.
274. Hiroo Saionji (Japan) – President of the World Peace Prayer Society and President of the Goi Peace Foundation.
275. Matti Taneli Vanhanen (Finland) – politician, Prime-Minister of Finland.
276. Maude Barlow (Canada) – Co-Founder of Blue Planet Projects, 2005 Alternative Nobel Prize Winner.
277. Mazen Sunokrot (Palestine) – representative of religious organization, Minister of Economy.
278. Mehmet Aydin (Turkey) – professor of philosophy and religion, one of Turkey's Ministers of State, responsible for overseeing the Directorate of Religious Affairs.
279. Michael Grabner (Austria) – CEO of Rocket Media Communications GmbH.
280. Michael Haneke (Austria) – Austrian filmmaker and writer.
281. Miroslav Jenca (Slovakia) – diplomat, Ambassador of Slovakia to Mexico (2000), Head of the Regional OSCE Centre in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Special Representative and Head of the United Nations Regional Centre for Preventive Diplomacy for Central Asia (UNRCCA) in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan.
282. Mohamed Helmi Khaled (Egypt) – Egyptian Muslim televangelist, activist and preacher.
283. Muhammad Hussein (Palestine) – representative of religious organization, Mufti.
284. Nurjehan Mawani (Kyrgyzstan) – head of the Aga Khan Development Network.
285. Peter Löscher (Austria) – Austrian manager and former President, Global Human Health at global pharmaceutical company Merck & Co. CEO of Siemens AG since 2007.
286. Recep Toyyip Erdoğan (Turkey) – Turkish politician, former mayor of Istanbul and Prime-Minister of Turkey.
287. Rene Vazquez Diaz (Sweden) – Swedish-Cuban writer, translator and journalist.
288. Rev Pragya Ratna (Nepal) – secretary and chief assistant of the largest and oldest Buddha Sangha in Nepal – Theravada Vihara, representative of the young generation of peacekeeping and social activists of Nepal.
289. Roberts Norma Susana (Argentina) – Deputy Director of IFLAC, member of “Global Harmony Association” GHA.
290. Rohit Dhiman (India) – assistant and coordinator of Dzunsey Terasava and young spiritual movement of India.
291. Rudolf Schuster (Slovakia) – 2nd President of Slovakia (1999-2004).
292. Sri Sri Ravi H. H. Schankar (India) – spiritual leader of India, founder of the International Association of Human values, a humanitarian non-profit organization (1997).
293. Suleyman Demirel (Turkey) – Ex-President of Turkey.
294. Ulisses Riedel de Resende (Brazil) – President of Planetary Union, political and social scientist, lawyer.
295. Kuklachev Yu.D. (Russia) – Soviet and Russian clown, People’s Artist of Russia, founder and director of the Cats Theatre.
296. Ammar Banni (Algeria) – professor
297. Astrid Stuckelberger (Switzerland) – MSc, PhD, lecturer and researcher.
298. Buck Klaus-Dieter (Germany) – PTC- Europe, member of the Department Astronomy-Astrology
299. Christa Zettel (Austria) – journalist, writer
300. Augustat Wilhelm (Austria) – President PTC-Europe – Author, areas experienced: Ethics, Social and Cosmic Philosophy, Evolution.
301. Augustat Lisbeth (Austria)
302. Augustat Elmar (Austria) – Executive manager KGS-Service GmbH and PTC-International – areas experienced: Ethics and Synthesis, Economy and Social Sciences.
303. Ageshin Yury (Russia) - rector of the Institute of Private Law under the President of Russia, Vice-President of the International Association "Peace through Culture";
304. Amonashvili Shalva (Russia) - national teacher, member of the Russian Academy of Education, Moscow City Pedagogical University, Laboratory of Humane Pedagogy;
305. Balashov Eduard (Russia)
306. Buchheister Siegrun (Germany) – groupleader, PTC-Europe
307. Buchheister Svanhild (Austria) – PTC-Europe, Central-Office Co-Manager
308. Bokan Yury Ivanovich (Russia) - President of the Center of Global World-Cultural Studies
309. Vukovic Marco (Germany) – PTC-Europe, Head of central department IT-Technology
310. Vukovic Frank (Germany) - PTC-Europe, Philosophical Research
311. Weissmuller Gertraud (Austria) – PTC-Europe, Dept. Culture, Art and Social Reflection
312. Grauberger Artur (Germany) – PTC-Europe, Department east-Europe
313. Gudkov Larissa (Germany) – PTC-Europe, Assistant organization Central Office
314. Liehr Gunthild (Austria) – PTC-Europe, Vice President
315. Darneva Irina (Russia) - Chairman of the Supervisory Board of JSC «Scope of public relations»;
316. Irena Zaleckiene (Lithuania) – President of Roerich-Association of Lithuania
317. Zaharov Vladimir (Russia) - Chairman of the Committee on Environmental Safety and Environmental Protection of the Public Chamber of Russia, head of the Center for Russian Environmental Policy,
318. Klaus Dieter Buk (Germany) – PTC-Europe, Department Astronomy-Astrology
319. Mansurova Klara (Russia) - Chairman of the Russian Public Movement of "Parental Care";
320. Manfred Werberich (Germany) – PTC-Europe – Psychology, Sociology, Ecology.
321. Nemirovskaya Kun Inna Ipolitovna (Russia) - Head of the "Consent" Center
322. Novikova Tamara (Russia)
323. Polutina Olena (Ukraine)
324. Polyakova Irina (Russia)
325. Porokhova Valeriya (Russia) - Member of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, professor, scholar of Islam.
326. Pyurveev Dzhangar (Russia)
327. Rybakov Rostislav (Russia)
328. Cecilia Ines Garcia (Germany)
329. Silvan Kufner (Germany)
330. Smirnova Svetlana (Russia)
331. Jens Stachura (Germany) – PTC-Italy – Science, Ethics, Spiritual Cosmology, Ecology, Evolution.
332. Song Na (China)
333. Trunina Larisa (Russia)
334. Dorothee Frey-Burghardt (Germany) – Vice President PTC-Europe-Special: Ethics, spiritual Culture, spiritual Civilisation, Evolution, Synthesis.
335. Urike Schwarz (Italy) – PTC-Italy – Ethics, Social Science, Education, Synthesis.
336. Shilin Kim (Russia)
337. Reinhold M. Stangl (Austria) – President Int. Ethical Association “Welt-Spiral” – Cosmology, Religion, Science, Ethics, Evolution, Politics.
338. Erich Fankhauser (Switzerland) – President PTC Switzerland – Ethics, Religion, Synthesis, Ecology.
339. Ernst Weber (Germany) – PTC Sponsor, PTC-China.
340. Klatte Ernst (Germany)
341. Esther Victora (Austria)
342. Subetto Alexander (Russia)
343. Caroline Fisher (Australia)
344. Ebertshaeuser Heide Luise Karoline (Germany)
345. Enrique Molina (Guatemala)
346. Felicidad Cristobal (Spain) - CEO of the Arcelor Mittal Foundation
347. Frederick David Woolfson (Canada) - President of Club of Budapest, Canada
348. Ghassan Abdallah (Palestine) - Director, Care Centre for Applied Research in Education, PhD in Educational phychology
349. Graem Macdonald Taylor (Australia) - Coordinator/Lead Author and EditorAdjunct Reader, M.A. in Conflict Analysis and Management, PhD Candidate in Environment
350. A.D. Alkhanov (Russia) - Deputy Minister of Justice of RF
351. Pauline Tangiora (New Zeland) - a Justice of the Peace, a former President and currently Vice President of WILPF Aotearoa, the former Regional Women's Representative for the World Council for Indigenous Peoples, Earth Charter Commissioner and a member of the Earth Council; a life member of the Maori Women's Welfare League and a Patron of the Peace Foundation.
352. Prof. J. Heinrichs (Germany) - professor at university, prof. for philosophy and social ecology, PTC Europe.
353. Irina Polutina (Ukraine) - Vice President Ukrainian Association "Peace through Culture"
354. Dr. B. Schweiger (Germany) - Doctor of medicine (PTC-Europe)
355. Edda Groenhagen
356. Olena Reitinger (Украина) - PTC-Europe, Dept. East-contacrs
357. Olena Fueredeer (Austria) - Int. Ass. "Peace through Culture"-Europe.
358. M. Grados-Ramos (Germany) - artist and consultant in life-sciences, Int.Ass."Peace through Culture"-Europe
359. Monika Holvoet (Germany) - PTC-Europe, Dept."Human right and duties"
360. Thomas Schmelzer (Germany) - PTC-Europe, journalist TV-moderator
361.Glagolev Vladimir Sergeevich (Russia) - Doctor of Philosophy, Professor of Moscow State Institute of International Relations
362. Silantieva Margarita Veniaminovna (Russia) - Doctor of Philosophy, professor of philosophy in the Moscow State Institute of International Relations.
363. Dr. Ali Alsaman (Egypt) - Head of the Committee inter-religious dialogue in the Egyptian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs.
364. Philippe Cappele-Dumont (France) - Honorary professor of the Catholic Institute for the Faculty of Philosophy of Paris.
365. Abdul Hameed Alizai (Afghanistan) - personnel manager, Global Partnership for Afghanistan-US Organization
366. Bawa Jain (USA) - secretary general of the World Forum of religious leaders working in context with the United Nations.
367. Dadi Janki (India) - Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University
368. Gaikwad Milind Raghuvir (India) - General Secretary of Bahujan Sanskrutik Kendra.
369. Robert Krizanic (Slovenia) - President of "Povod" company.
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