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Activities

WANGO is unique in regularly bringing together a prestigious, international leadership of non-governmental organizations, as well as other prominent leaders, representing diverse nations, perspectives, and realms of activity, and who are integrally involved in advancing world peace and creating a better society and world.



Past Conferences and Seminars

Non-State Actors and Ethical Re-Orientation
July 1 to July 4, 2010
Nairobi, Kenya -- Click here for the conference web site


World Congress of NGOs 2010
Enhancing Human Dignity: The Role of NGOs
June 8 and June 9, 2010
Online conference -- Executive Summary


NGOs as Agents of Positive Change
April 24 to April 26, 2008
Accra, Ghana -- Click here for the conference web site


NGOs: Forces for Peace
November 8 to November 11, 2007
Toronto, Canada -- Click here for the conference web site



The Role of NGOs in Creating a World Fit for Children
November 17-20, 2005
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic -- Click here for the conference web site


Healing A Hurting World: The Role of NGOs
October 21-24, 2004
Budapest, Hungary -- Click here for the conference web site


The Role of NGOs in the Development of Latin America and the Caribbean
March 13-14, 2004
Montevideo, Uruguay -- Click here for the conference web site


Toward an Ethical and Caring Global Community
September 25-28, 2003
Bangkok, Thailand -- Click here for the conference web site


Culture of Responsibility and the Role of NGOs
October 18-20, 2002 -- Click here for the conference web site


Governance and the Challenge of Contemporary Crises
June 18-19, 2002 -- Click here for more information


- Assembly 2000 - A Search for Solutions for Critical Global Problems
October 19-21, 2001 -- Click here for more information
Click here for the executive summary of the assembly by Dr. Michael Mickler


Building Strategic Partnerships in Response to the U.N. Special Session on Children
Postponed -- Click here for more information


Dialogue and Harmony Among Civilizations
The Family, Universal Values and World Peace
January 26-30, 2001 New York City -- The wide range of plenary sessions, conferences and symposia presented at this convocation shared a common vision and goal, namely the establishment of a world in which peoples, cultures, races, religions and nationalities live together in harmony, mutual respect, cooperation and universal prosperity.


A Response from Civil Society
October 20-22, 2000 -- Click here for more information


Serving the Nation, Serving the World
May 25-27, 2001 New York City -- This symposium was held to join the UN in celebrating the International Day of Families. Representatives from 108 nations attended and Ambassador for Peace Awards were initiated to honor and encourage men and women who have excelled in the peace-making process and who have exhibited exemplary efforts in public service. The award ceremonies were held in 8 major cities.