The Evolution of World Order: Building a Foundation for Peace in the Third Millennium

This Interdisciplinary Conference, attended by over 150 participants from many groups, took place on June 5-7 at Ryerson Polytechnic University, with a Roundtable Session on June 8 at the Caledon Centre for Culture and Education of Soka Gakkai International (SGI-Canada), who together with Science for Peace were principal sponsors.

Reports on some of the papers presented are available in the current July/August issue of Peace Magazine (see the list of contents in the Peace Magazine section of the Bulletin), and plans to publish the Conference Proceedings are well advanced.

THE CALEDON DECLARATION: Recommendations for Action by Participants in the Interdisciplinary Conference on the Evolution of World Order will be mailed to all members of Science for Peace.

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