Arthur Kanegis, Steve Farrell and Anna-Mari Pieterse discuss - In this world of fear and closing borders: Who owns space: nations, or humanity? What is world citizen government and how do we practice world citizenship? Is the nation-state really sovereign? Is there such a thing as national security?
A staggering 60+ million people were killed in WWII. In the wake of that war, one song-and-dance man pulled off an outrageous act of theater; galvanizing war-weary Europe and rallying 20,000 people with him, to call upon the United Nations to recognize the rights of humanity. The very next day, December 10, 1948, the United Nations passed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights – unanimously! This was the beginning of the evolution of World Law designed to prevent the kind of outrages we see in the world now. Today – this story of Garry Davis – Man of No Nation who saw One World of No War -- is told by Arthur Kanegis in the blockbuster-for-human-rights documentary The World is My Country.