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Leo Semashko and GGHA. Human/Humanity Right to Life, Global Peace and Social Harmony. GHA Declaration 2017

It is proposed for discussion, adjustment and adoption
by the General Assembly of
United Nations Harmony and Global Peace
in 2018-2020 as its first
fundamental document*


Human/Humanity** Right to Life,

Global Peace and Social Harmony.

GHA Declaration 2017***


In English: http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=798

In Russian: http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=ru_c&key=744




1. Declaration of Human Right to Life, Global Peace and Social Harmony - hereinafter abbreviated as DHRL is the continuation, deepening and development of the "Universal Declaration of Human Rights" (1948), hereinafter abbreviated to UDHR, o­ne right - right to life, which is mentioned o­nly o­nce (Article 3 of the UDHR), without justification of its role, without its definition, decoding and detailing and without its maintenance. All this is filled in this Declaration. The concept of "freedom" in different combinations and linguistic forms is used in the UDHR 33 times, and the concept of "right to life" is used o­nly o­nce in Article 3, although without life freedom does not exist.

2. Recognition of a human's life - the fundamental existential attribute of a person, which determines his/her first natural-biological right to life, as well as the existence of the human race - is the basis of all human rights as they do not exist outside of a person's life. Therefore, the right to life is the foundation of the Constitutions of almost all countries of the world.

3. Neglect of human life led to hundreds of millions of acts of his murder o­nly in the last century, the most massive of which are committed during world wars and other armed actions of the different states and also various terrorist and bandit groups.

4. The human right to life must be fully protected by the rule of law, so that people are not forced to resort, as a last means, to an uprising against lawlessness or powerlessness of power to ensure the human right to life, primarily from threats of military genocide and terror.

5. The human right to life in its fully safety is ensured by global peace, unity and brotherhood, which are consciously built by the world’s peoples together from the most profound, genetic structure of social harmony of the spherons in humanity, in each nation and each settlement. They cover all population as a whole, without any exception at all levels.

6. The human right to live in its fully security can o­nly be guaranteed by the global peace of all nations from the deep conscious harmony of the spherons, which frees people from any weapons, militarism and wars and prevents any conflict by spherons consensus, consent or compromise through the mechanisms of spheral democracy with the built-in institution of harmonious opposition of the spherons, with equal representation in it of men and women. They, as parents, legislatively ensure the priority of children with their children's suffrage,which makes the spheral democracy by 100% representative democracy. The children's suffrage exercised by parents is a necessary political and legal condition for ensuring the right to life from birth and childhood.

7. The lack of human right to life frees any mass military assassination of people from any responsibility and actually reduces the value of human life and human resource to zero. It opens an unhindered path for the prosperity of wars, the arms race and militarism, which are only stronger and dominate in human history. o­nly the recognition of right to life, supported by the recognition of any war, apart from the war o­n terror, the crime against humanity and genocide, can put an end to the militaristic inhuman history. But this requires the UN Harmony, because the previous pacifist international organizations were powerless to do anything in this direction for almost two centuries.

8. Taking into account the key importance of human right to life among all its rights/freedoms and for the existence of each nation and all of humanity, the UNHGeneral Assembly proclaims this Declaration of human right to life, global peace and social harmony as a task that are for all peoples and all states so that every person and every institution of society, constantly keeping in mind this Declaration, aspires through education and enlightenment to promote respect for the human right to life as a foundation of all his rights and freedoms, and strict execution in all national and international actions of states - members of the UNH and others.

Article 1

All human beings are born for life, therefore the human right to life is the first natural-biological and continuous human right from birth to death, constituting the fundamental base of all of its rights, its dignity, freedom and equality with similar human beings endowed with reason and conscience for life behavior in the spirit of peace, harmony and brotherhood.

Article 2

The human right to life, given by God and nature, does not know the difference in any natural or artificial features, such as race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, class or other provision. Furthermore, no distinction should be made o­n the basis of the political, legal or international status of the country or territory, to which a person belongs, regardless of whether this territory is independent, trust, non-self-governing, or otherwise limited in its sovereignty.

Article 3

Everyone human being has the right to life, which is directly related to his/her and is expressed in his/her personal safety and personal immunity, determined by the whole systemic set of national and international existential conditions.

Article 4

Architecture and context of natural-biological human right to life are not o­nly broader than other human rights but also deeper, encompassing the entire natural, ecological human habitat, the unfavorable conditions of which can be deadly to the individual. Therefore, the social and legal care of humanity and every society about the life of each person should be more universal, scientifically fundamental and humanistic exhaustive.


Article 5

The scientific fundamentalism of the human right to life in the biosphere is determined by the Umberto Maturana’s discovery of the general nature of all living beings, including human, in "autopoiesis" (self-production) from birth to death. Human life is his/her autopoiesis in four spheres of social production, which ensure the life of human and society with four necessary and sufficient resources: people, information, organization and things (all material goods and services).


Article 6

Human right to life is provided o­nly by the harmony of all natural and social conditions of life, because any of their disharmonies directly and indirectly and in time dynamics lead to deathand to the murder of a person. Harmony is the life of human, his/her noosphere / humanity and disharmony is their death. Intuitively, this discovery was made by mankind a long time ago, but Henri Poincaré first expressed it scientifically: "The inner harmony of the world is the o­nly true objective reality," because o­nly this reality survives, and human and his/her noosphere along with it, if he/she is in harmony with it, inside it and not outside it for their own free or involuntary disharmony.


Article 7

The third fundamental scientific discovery that reveals the human right to life is the participation of each person in social solidarity autopoiesis with other people in a deep harmonious structure of four spherons engaged in the production of four necessary and sufficient resources for the life of each person and each society. The stochastic, probabilistic transition of each individual from o­ne network spheron to another during his/her life from birth to death and every day is investigated by the sociocybernetic science of the infinite system of direct and inverse connections of spherons that always strive for balance, equilibrium and harmony as a condition for their survival along with all individuals included in them. Outside the spherons harmony their production activity of the necessary resources is impossible, i.e. autopoiesis of every individual and every society, regardless of place and time.


Article 8

Human right to life is identical with the human right to global peace and social harmony that constitute the universal, integral and fundamental conditions of human life o­n the planet. Human life in a global society is ensured by the social harmony of humanity spherons, from which their global peace flows and arrives. Therefore, the human right to life is inseparable and identical with his/her right to a global peace and social harmony.


Article 9

On the background of three fundamental discoveries of key human life conditions that determine the structure of his/her natural right to life, its most dangerous disharmonies are revealed as its massive and persistent threats. They include environmental and climate disharmonies and threats to human life, the overcoming of which is possible o­nly through the consciously harmonious attitude of the noosphere/humanity to the biosphere and all nature as a whole. That, in turn, is possible o­nly through the formation of a conscious harmony of spherons and all their parts - nations, classes, cultures, religions, etc. within the noosphere.


Article 10

The inner harmony of the noosphere/humanity faces a number of persistent and even growing disharmonies in the form of such challenges and risks as continuous and increasingly bloody and dangerous wars, arms race, militarism, terrorism, growing inequality and poverty, uncontrolled population growth, deepening crisis of traditional democracy, the growing stagnation and lag in the social sciences, a moral crisis, etc.


Article 11

The UN Harmony (presented in a special project), based o­n the fundamental scientific discoveries that determine human right to life, recognizes all wars apart from a war o­n terror, as well as related militarism and arms race, as a crime against humanity and genocide, since every war is a deliberate and intended mass murder of people, regardless of the causes and conditions that motivate it. All wars must be criminalized and recognized as a crime in the same way as the crime is recognizing the murder of an individual in each state.


Article 12

The UNHarmony o­nly legitimate war recognizes the war o­n terrorism, which should not be imposed o­n individual countries but o­n joint UNH forces, designed to counter and suppress any armed violence, especially terrorism. Terrorism is individuals or any groups that recognize o­nly armed violence and murder in order to achieve their own goals. Any illegal armed groups for any criminal purpose - robbery, banditry, seizure of power, violence against any groups of people or an individual, etc. equated and united in terms of "terrorism", "terror" and "terrorist group/individual". o­nly an international organized war o­n terror is legitimate for the sake of human rights for life.


Article 13

The independent, conscious and deliberate refusal of the individual from the right to his own life - euthanasia - is regulated by national legislation in accordance with the norms of his culture and traditions. Outside of them, as suicide, it is recognized as an unworthy act that tramples the dignity of a human.


Article 14

The right to life excludes the death penalty in all its forms and allows us to recognize o­nly life imprisonment the highest penalty.


Article 15

Human right to life is recognized by the UNH as the primary, fundamental and most powerful right not o­nly for societies and states, but for every individual, imposing o­n his/her the duty to keep and preserve own life not o­nly as a higher social value, but also as a higher individual valueand vice-versa. The individual is obliged to observe all the fundamental both natural and social requirements of life, to take care of his/her health and harmonious all-round filling and development of his/her life, using for this purpose all the necessary spiritual, material, political, educational and natural conditions and qualities of the own character.


Article 16

1. In exercising own right to life, each person shall be subject o­nly to such restrictions as are established by law solely for the purpose of ensuring due recognition and respect for right to life of others and for the satisfaction of the just requirements of morality, public order and general welfare in a democratic society.

2. The exercise of right to life should in no way be contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations of Harmony.


Article 17

Nothing in this Declaration can be interpreted as giving any state, group of persons or individuals the right to engage in any activity or to perform acts and abuse aimed at the destruction of human right to life, set out in this Declaration.


* This Declaration and an explanatory article to it below are created as Annex to the GHA 57th project: Network Spherons: The UN of Harmony and Global Peace Replacing the UN of Disharmony. Sociocybernetic Model of Spherons’ Global Harmonious Governance (SMSGHG) at the UN level: http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=769


** The right of an individual to life and the right of humankind to life are inseparable, because the life of the whole is impossible without the fundamental right to the life of its part - human, and vice versa: the life of a part - a person is impossible without the fundamental right of the whole - humanity to life. In the disharmonious militaristic industrial civilization lawmaking, there is no generally accepted legislative norm of "humanity right to life", which makes the "human right to life" weak, helpless, purely formal and constantly violated by mass military killings of people in almost all countries. o­nly the combination of the right to life of an individual and humanity as a whole, enshrined in the recognition of any violation of it, above all wars, as "crimes against humanity and genocide", with the exception of the institutions of war and militarismfrom any society, is able to legally and actually secure this single right by the most powerful condition: global peace from social harmony. This condition is organically inseparable from the human/humanity right to life and is identical with it.


*** The proposed, initial version of the “Declaration of Human/Humanity Rights to Life, Global Peace and Social Harmony” is a synthesis of the GHA scientific and peacemaking experience for more than 12 years (8 books, 57 projects, hundreds of articles, etc.). Therefore, this Declaration is in fact and called "GHA, Global Harmony Association Declaration". In 2018, it will be presented for the traditional democratic procedure of collective discussion, adjustment and approval in the GHA as its official 58th Project.




Human Right to Life, Global Peace and Social Harmony.

Explanatory article

By Dr. Leo Semashko


Human right to life, global peace and social harmony is the first

right of the humanity’s Spherons and their UN Harmony in history.
Leo Semashko



1. The right to life in the Declaration of Human Rights
2. The right to life in other acts of international law
3. Place of the right to life in the architecture of human rights
4. The main danger to the right to life of human and humankind is the globalization of war, militarism and genocide
5. The human right to life, global peace and social harmony is the first right of humanity spherons, expressed in the GHA Declaration




The article attempts to fill the fundamental shortcoming and limitation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights with regard to the factual lacks in it the determining human right to life. This task is realized o­n the basis of three fundamental discoveries - autopoiesis, harmony and human spherons, engaged in the spheres of social production. Without the right to life, it is impossible to ensure the social and legal fundamental conditions for global peace and to eradicate the wars as crimes against humanity from his life in the future history.

Key words: declaration of human rights, human right to life, autopoiesis, harmony, spherons, global peace, tetrasociology, sociocybernetics

1. The right to life in the Declaration of Human Rights

In the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948 [1], hereinafter abbreviated as the UDHR, the right to life is mentioned o­nly o­nce by a single word (Article 3), without justifying its role, without its definition, decoding and detailing, and without its ensuring. Thus, the human right to life narrows and actually reduces to zero. If we compare the right to life with the right to freedom, the concept of "freedom" in different combinations and linguistic forms is used in the UDHR 33 times. We believe that this fundamental restriction of the UDHR must be overcome by an additional "Declaration of the human right to life, a global peace and social harmony", the rationale and the first version of which are presented in our article.


2. The right to life in other acts of international law


Other acts of international law, concerning human rights, slightly expand and deepen its interpretation. In particular, Art. 2 of the 1950 European Convention defines:

Article 2 – Right to life1

1.     Everyone's right to life shall be protected by law. No o­ne shall be deprived of his life intentionally save in the execution of a sentence of a court following his conviction of a crime for which this penalty is provided by law.

2.     Deprivation of life shall not be regarded as inflicted in contravention of this article when it results from the use of force which is no more than absolutely necessary:

a.    in defence of any person from unlawful violence;

b.    in order to effect a lawful arrest or to prevent the escape of a person lawfully detained;

c.    in action lawfully taken for the purpose of quelling a riot or insurrection.” [2].

The 1966 UN Convention actually repeats the wording of the right to life, but details the list of its limitations in article 6:

"Article 6

1. Every human being has the inherent right to life. This right shall be protected by law. No o­ne shall be arbitrarily deprived of his life." [3]

It is known that to date no fewer than 90 national constitutions adopted after 1948 the right to life. [4]

Understanding human life is not limited to the biological and psychic functioning of the organism. It is included in the broad context of the social life of social production in all its four spheres. In this holistic relationship, the right to life, in addition to the ban o­n arbitrary deprivation of life, includes "the creation by the state of legal, social, economic and other conditions that ensure a normal, full, decent human life" [5]. It emphasizes the special role of the state in protecting the human right to live in military conditions: "The right to life should be understood as a set of active actions by all state and public structures, each person to create and maintain safe social and natural habitats, living conditions. Factors include the policy of the state, which provides for the renunciation from war, military methods for resolving social and national conflicts, the purposeful fight against crimes against the individual, illegal storage m weapons, etc. "[6] (Sources 5, 6, and 8 are quoted from source 4). This trend towards a broader definition of human rights is reflected, to a certain extent, in another UN Human Rights Convention of 1966. [7].

The maximum expansion of the meaning and significance of the human right to life was achieved in 1915 by the great humanist A. Schweitzer in the ethical principle of "reverence for life" as the supreme value: "a person who has now become a thinking person feels the need to treat any will to life with the same reverence for his own. He feels another life as part of his own. He considers it a blessing to save life, to help it, to raise to a higher level a life capable of development, evil to destroy life, to harm it ... This is the main absolute principle of the ethics ... Ethics of reverence life, thus, embraces everything that can be called love, devotion, empathy ... "[8]

"By representing the absolute value of world civilization, the right to life must be under maximum legal protection. The right is obliged to protect the life of any person, regardless of from his sex, age, race or nationality, regardless of place and role in society, regardless of whether this person can live many more years or his days are numbered. The life of a person should be protected as an absolute good for which no o­ne has the right to encroach."[4]

After the first mention of the right to life in the 1948 Declaration, "many years have passed, but the problem of securing the right to life is today at the center of the attention of the entire world community ... is a topical task in the activities of every civilized state. "[4] It should be noted that so far no single UN legal document has risen to the ethical level of "reverence for life" by Schweitzer, to an understanding of the necessary and sufficient legal tools to ensure this reverence as true and complete ensuring human right to life.


3. The place of the right to life in the architecture of human rights


It is clear that human life is the fundamental existential attribute of the individual. It determines the existence of the human race, humanity and is the first natural-biological human right to life. This right forms the basis of all human rights that do not exist outside of human life. The right to life is a fundamental right in the whole architecture of human rights and freedoms. It is rooted in human nature itself, this right is acquired from birth and is given to human from God.

Unfortunately, in contemporary international law, it is usually limited to a personal dimension and an individual aspect of the prohibition of deprivation of life. It does not apply to broad, massive, social and systematic phenomena of deprivation of life in wars and similar military actions. It does not rise to the level of "reverence for life". In the documents of traditional international law, the right to life of human and humanity is not associated anywhere and is not identified, although there is an inextricable link between them. But this relationship is different in different relations: if the first right does not cover the second, then the second completely absorbs the first and constitutes the widest foundation of the human right to life through the right of humankind to life. The threat to the life of an individual does not threaten the life of humankind, but the threat to the life of humankind (in the event of a world nuclear war) threatens the lives of everyone and completely tramples them. To confront this global threat to the life of humankind can o­nly its and every person the right to global peace and social harmony that are inextricably interconnected, exclude wars and are proclaimed in our Declaration. This right, of course, must dominate the whole architecture of all rights and freedoms of both humankind and human. It should be under maximum legal protection. But today it is deprived of this protection. Moreover, it is threatened by a total disregard of the threat of a world nuclear war, which will be a catastrophe of all life o­n the planet.


4. The main danger to the right to life of human and humankind is the globalization of war, militarism and genocide


Today, people are finally waking up to the dangers of a world war, which might emanate from the highest levels of the US government. We are no longer dealing with a hypothetical scenario. The threat of World War III is real. Public opinion has become increasingly aware of the impending dangers of an all-out US-NATO led war against Iran, North Korea and the Russian Federation. WW III has been contemplated by the U.S. and its allies for well over ten years”. [9]The United States still hopes "to win in a nuclear war." [10].

Four months after the signing of the UN Charter in April 1945 in Los Angeles, the USA destroyed over 200,000 civilian populations of Japan in Hiroshima and Nagasaki by atomic bombing, without any military necessity, by showing the world and the newborn created by them the UN, who is now the boss and dictator in the world, whose “Ownership of the World[11]. It was an act of conscious and intentional genocide. The US refuses to apologize for this crime against humanity until now, reserving the right of the first nuclear strike [12; 13; 14]. This is perceived by the UN during 72 years as a norm. With this bombing, the USA launched a new unprecedented round of the arms race of the UN members, accompanied by an uninterrupted cycle of their wars around the world.

72 years of the continual atrocious militarism of the USA in their "long war against humanity" after WWII [15], after the nuclear bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan in 1945, proved o­ne simple truthsof the XX century. It belongs to King: "The US government is the greatest purveyor of violence in the world". All these years, the US has been waging a continuous war, “killing more than 11 million in 37 countries after WWII. [16] This is a continuous 72-year-old genocide of the USA!Therefore, the US and not terrorists, "keep the world record of the murder of innocent citizens". [17] The US is expanding the genocide of various forms in many countries: Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Yemen, Burma and others, which is qualified as the "globalization of genocide" under the aegis of the United Nations [18: 19; 20; 21] Nobel Peace Laureate, Mairead Maguire testifies to the NATO genocide:

US and UK committed genocide against the Iraqi people when, between 1990 and 2012, they killed 3.3 million people — including 750,000 children. … NATO should be abolished … through non-violent action and civil resistance.”[22]

“If o­ne asks the question “who benefits from the South Sudanese civil war?” the answer is clear. The USA is presently the only beneficiary of the o­ngoing horrors in South Sudan, for this latest round of conflict has o­nce again shut down the Chinese run oil fields in the country…. the USA and its western vassals [are guilty] into these holocausts,… who really benefits and when it comes to the civil war in South Sudan the o­nly party presently benefiting from these crimes is the USA.”[23] The USA is threatened with "complete destruction", i.e. genocide to North Korea, manifesting itself as "the true axis of evil" [24; 25]

The USA immersed "The Earth in the Pentagon’s wars woe" and turning America into a "nation of war": "We are waging war. We are the Nation of War. We destroy. We kill. Everyone fears us." [26] This trend is rightly assessed as "Historical Tradition of American Empire War and Genocidal Crimes Against Humanity." [27; 28]

All 72 years of the UN existence, the USA practices within its framework virtually continuous genocide, with almost the connivance of the UN. The US genocide has deep historical roots since the destruction of many millions of American Indians [29]. Therefore, it is not surprising that all 37 US-NATO wars after the WWII in 37 countries, in which they killed over 20 million innocent victims, are a total open genocide.

Therefore, it is not surprising that the US is planning genocide constantly so far.According to a secret document dated September 15, 1945, “the Pentagon had envisaged blowing up the Soviet Union with a coordinated nuclear attack directed against major urban areas… to annihilate and kill the inhabitants of selected urban areas. The documents confirm that the US was involved in the “planning of genocide” against the Soviet Union.” The USA continues to plan genocide until now 72 years, under the UN hood, expanding targets o­n Russia, China, Iran, North Korea, etc.[30]

All this incessant genocide of humankind does not finds, practically, any condemnation in the UN and has no legal protection for the life of humankind and every person. AllattemptstoattractUSseniorofficialsforcrimesagainsthumanitylikethe "AmericanNurembergProcess" areunsuccessful[31]. The existing UN Convention against Genocide is powerless and practically does not prevent massacres, does not interfere with trampling o­n the human right and many peoples for life [32]. This legal impotence can be overcome by our Declaration.


5. The human right to life, global peace and social harmony is the first right of the humanity’s spherons, expressed in the GHA Declaration,


Our article makes an attempt to substantiate the social necessity of an additional, special Declaration o­n the human right to life in its deep essence of "reverence for life" in connection with its special, fundamental importance. Our Declaration is leaned o­n the scientific definition of the right to life, based o­n the most important scientific discoveries of the social sciences of the last century and the beginning of the new century. This is discovery of Umberto Maturana "autopoiesis" (self-production) as the general nature of all living beings, including human, from birth to death [33]. It is identical to "reverence for life" and defines its essence - autopoiesis. Another discovery is the definition of the harmony of life, autopoiesis as the "only true objective reality", belonging to the brilliant French scientist and mathematician Henri Poincare [34]. The third discovery belongs to me - it is the discovery of stochastic and network nonlinear social groups engaged in four spheres of social production and called "spherons", which exhaust the deep structural harmony of the social life of humankind. These discoveries are summarized and systematically linked in the "Science of the Global World", which was created in the Global Harmony Union in 2016. [35]

The absence of a strong legal international life right entails a rejection of the human right to a global peace and social harmony that practically are not discussed at the UN level or are discussed in a purely limited and formal manner, to which nothing is binding. This fundamental right is trampled o­n or neglected by militaristic societies in which a man is reduced to "cannon fodder" and his/her life is equated to zero. Such is modern society and an industrial militaristic civilization with continuous and endless wars.

Without recognition of the first fundamental human right to life and without the consequent prohibition of any war, except war with terrorism, as the highest crime against humanity, as a genocide, all other articles of the UN Charter remain an "empty sound", for the most part, for global peace. This was confirmed by the 72 years of the UN. "Securing Peace and Security" (Article 1 of the UN Charter), as the facts of history cited convincingly prove, remains as hopelessly impracticable for the UN as for the League of Nations. In the 20th century, both were tragically powerless before the globalization of war. Moreover, because of the domination of the militarist countries, they actually became a "wing and nest" for it, indulging it and not interfering with its predatory growth.

Only in the UN Harmony is it possible to recognize the first human right to life and the crime of war. o­nly the UN Harmony is capable of proclaiming the uniting of the peoples not in their militarism as the worst and most dangerous historical disharmony of “divide and rule”, but in the harmony of their deep communities (spherons) engaged in global social production and ensuring universal peace not from war but from their genetic harmonious the foundation of human nature and life. The scientific, sociocybernetic project of the "UN Harmony" is presented in the GHA corresponding project [36]. The human right to life is rooted in the foundation of social life, in its deep societal harmonious structure of spherons, o­nly whose self-consciousness can recognize and accept the human/humanity right to life as the highest social and legal norm of a harmonious civilization that was inaccessible to previous militaristic societies and civilizations.




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35.Semashko Leo and 173 coauthors from 34 countries (2016) Global Peace Science or Peaceloveology, Peacescience: First Common Good and Human Right, Revolutionof SocialSciences,Creating Peace fromSPHERONS'Harmonyand Nonviolent Victoryof Peaceover War in XXICentury. World textbook.TheGHA 48th project. JD Group of Publication, New Delhi. 2016. -616 p. ISBN 978-81-929087-8-6: http://peacefromharmony.org/docs/global-peace-science-2016.pdf

36.Semashko Leo and GHA 20 coauthors (2017) Network Spherons: The UN of Harmony and Global Peace Replacing the UN of Disharmony. Sociocybernetic Model of Spherons’ Global Harmonious Governance (SMSGHG) at the UN level: http://peacefromharmony.org/?cat=en_c&key=769



Leo M. Semashko, Ph.D. (Philosophy), RANH Professor; Founding President, Global Harmony Association (GHA) since 2005; GHA Honorary President since 2016; State Councilor of St. Petersburg; Philosopher, Sociologist and Peacemaker from Harmony; Author of more than 400 scientific publications, including 18 books in 1-12 languages; Author of Tetrism/Harmonism as the unity of Tetraphilosophy and Tetrasociology – science of social harmony, global peace and harmonious civilization; Director: Tetrasociology Public Institute, Russia; Director, GHA Web portal “Peace from Harmony”: http://peacefromharmony.org; Initiator, Manager, Coauthor and Editor in Chief of the book project “Global Peace Science” (GPS): http://peacefromharmony.org/docs/global-peace-science-2016.pdf.

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