2004 Conference

14Sovereignty and the Interdependence of Nations:

Implications for Canada

Group of 78 Annual Policy Conference 2004

September 10 – 12, 2004
Econiche House: 32 River Road, Cantley, Quebec J8Y 3A1

Conference Chair: Peggy Mason
Presentation of Conference Resolutions: Clyde Sanger

Conference 2004 Sovereignty and the Interdependence of Nations: Implications for Canada

Conference 2004 Rapport Final (French)

Conference 2004 Conclusions (English)

Conference 2004 Conclusions (French)

Conference 2004 Program (English)

Conference 2004 Programme (French)

Background Documents

Conference 2004 Background Documents (English)

Theme Discussion Paper

Andy Clarke – The Limits of State Sovereignty and the Interdependence of Nations: Implications for Canada’s National Policy

Panel: Population Growth and Decline, Resource Consumption and Climate Change

Andy Clark – Wind Energy – An analysis of its potential role in the future primary energy mix

J. Anthony Cassils and Madeline Weld – Why Canada Needs a Population Policy

Panel: Globalization of Poverty: Levelling up or levelling down?

World Bank World Development Report 1990

Luncheon speaker and discussion group: Responsibility to Protect: How and when to intervene to save lives

The Responsibility to Protect (R2P) and the Evolution of the United Nations’ Peace and Security Mandate: Submission to the UN High Level Panel on Threats, Challenges and Change

John Packer and Erik Friberg – Genocide and Minorities: Preventing the Preventable Minority Rights Group International briefing

Responsibility to Protect International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty (ICISS).

Responsibility to Protect: Engaging Civil Society – A project of World Federalist Movement’s program on preventing conflicts – protecting civilians

The Role for Canada in Post-Aristede Haiti: Structures, Options and Leadership A brief prepared for the House of Commons Committee on Foreign Affairs by Carlo Dade, Senior Advisor with FOCAL (Canadian Foundation for the Americas) and John W. Graham, Chair of FOCAL

Panel: Nuclear Non-proliferation and Disarmament: Strengthening the International System for the 21st Century

Useful links to other web sites:
Canadian Pugwash group http://www.pugwashgroup.ca/
Project Ploughshares http://www.ploughshares.ca/