The collection of votes, either yes or no, is the primary world-wide goal of Vote World Parliament. The precursor of any cast vote is an exposure to vote. Below are ways for anyone who shares the vision of a world democracy to increase exposure for the vote, to become involved, to be a volunteer.



Bring others to your computer/smart phone, show them the active ballot on democratic world parliament at https://www.voteworldparliament.org and help them vote (if they need help).

Email everyone on your personal list and ask them to go to https://www.VoteWorldParliament.org and vote, and ask them to then get others to vote by emailing everyone on their list of contacts.

3 Try the “fast track” approach (also called the “chain voting” approach). Click here for the fast track.

Conduct a referendum for a school or university that you are involved with. Students at City Montessori School (a high school in Lucknow, India) collected 7,073 votes at the school and by canvassing their friends and neighbors, and 90% of the ballots were “yes” votes. To see a “How To” guide, click on Student Referendum Program.

Conduct a referendum for a group that you are involved with (a club, sports team, church, mosque, temple, office, union, etc.). The “How To” guide mentioned in item #5 could also apply to these other groups.)


Buy a copy of the VWP book, Rescue Plan for Planet Earth. To read 3 chapters free, click here. To order online, click the Books Page. If you can afford to buy more copies, you could donate them to school or public libraries in your area, or give them to friends or relatives as birthday presents.

Start a branch or chapter of Vote World Parliament in your area, with a few friends or family, and do some local events that can advance our mission. (NOTE: If you do local fundraising events to help you do your programs, 50% of money raised should be sent to Vote World Parliament headquarters through the donate link on the site. The office is in need of all the financial help we can get to carry on our work on the world stage.)

Collect endorsements from your municipal government, from national politicians, service clubs, churches, unions, sports figures, entertainers, worker units, companies from anywhere you can get them, and tell people that their support will help, and will be posted on the Internet for all to see. Click the page – Allies – to see how this aspect of our program is set up. It may be a minor event now, but when we succeed, those people or groups who supported our goal and our approach will be very happy that they did so, and proud of that decision.

Call newspaper, radio and TV reporters and ask them to do a story on this new approach to world peace. If you are not comfortable as the interviewee (the person who is being interviewed), reporters can call our office (our number in Shawville, QC, Canada is 1-819-647-6113) and we will answer any questions they may have.