Presentations of Joseph Baratta, PhD and Virginia Swain
“Establishing a Professional Mediation and Reconciliation Service: Building a World Security System to Transform 21st Century Challenges,” Hague Appeal Proceedings, The Netherlands, 1999.
“World Federalism after Fifty Years,” Society of Historians of American Foreign Relations, Georgetown University, 1997.
“Beyond 1995: Negotiations toward a New United Nations,” Sixth Fletcher Roundtable on a New World Order, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, 1996.
“International Cooperation: Its Roots in Individual Responsibility,” Comparative International Education Society, Conference on Global Ascendancy, Local Challenges, Buffalo, 1996.
“A Global Liturgy,” Parliament of the World’s Religions, 1995.
“A Response to the Report of the Commission on Global Governance,” U.N. Renaissance Conference, Boston Research Center for the 21st Century, 1995.
“The Way of Peace: How One Person Can Make a Difference toward World Peace,” presentation, 1995.
Representative to the Commission on the Status of Women, Preparatory Conference for the International Women’s Conference (Beijing), United Nations, New York, 1995.
“The Interrelationship of Individual and State Cooperation for Peacebuilding,” International Institute for Peace, Agenda for Peace and NGOs Conference, Vienna, 1995.
“The Peacebuilding Process of Reconciliation,” ibid.
“Peacekeeping,” World Federalist Association, Global Structures Conference, Washington, DC, 1994.