Headquartered in Singapore, The Global Citizen Forum is a burgeoning body of people like you! Committed to the cause of building a better planet based on the principles of interconnectedness, collaboration and unity. GCF draws its inspiration from the World Wide Web, a phenomenon that has democratised communication and precipitated the creation of a global village.
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Global Citizen Forum
Encapsulating the power of Technology and Globalization, GCF-
through its network of progressive ‘Global Citizens’, aims to
foster a values based, sustainable world community.
We seek to bring together leaders from all disciplines - thought, spiritual, religious, economic and political; on a common platform to deliberate upon issues that affect the planet, reserving special focus for issues pertaining to women and youth.
A GLOBAL CITIZEN
In a world based on division, it’s takes more just being ‘special’ to go beyond. Identities of Gender, Religion and Nationality are indoctrinated even before birth. A Global Citizen is someone who can question the relevance of these identities and understand turn obstacles into opportunities to unite with the rest of humanity. People who can live and progress as one for the earth. At GCF, these are the values we seek to nurture.
The main objective of the forum is to envision the creation of ‘One World’. Defined as a world beyond gender, religion and nationality. To achieve this, GCF aims to advocate such legal, social and cultural practices that promote equitable development. It seeks the creation of a homogenised environment, focuses on individuals who augment open communication to enable the creation of the identity of the Global Citizen.
To emphasise its spirit of unity, the GCF launch in India was held at the oldest and biggest forum of humanity in the world- the Mahakumbh at Prayagraj (India). It was attended by religious and spiritual leaders from all faiths, including the Dalai Lama. Since then, GCF has held events in Singapore, Malaysia, China, London, Los Angeles, Dubai, New York, Spain, New Delhi and United Nations.