Dr Lana and David Love speak to David M. Gallup the president of WSA, in the year 1999.
World Service Authority promotes, educates about and implements human rights, world citizenship and world law.
World Service Authority is the administrative branch of the World Citizen Government Founded in 1953.
When: Tuesday, August 15th , 2017 at 6:00pm Pacific, 9:00pm Eastern and Wednesday, 16th August 2017 at 11:00am Sydney Australia.
Where: Listen Free Online at bbsradio.com/universalsoullove
David M. Gallup is the President and General Counsel since 1992 of the World Service Authority (WSA). He became the president of the WSA, in the year 1999. David Gallup received a Juris Doctor Degree or professional doctorate in Law in 1991 from the Washington College of Law, American University in Washington, DC and an A.B. in French and an A.B. in History from Washington University in St. Louis, MO, in 1988. For fifteen years, David Gallup was the Secretary of the United Nations Association Task Forces on UN Restructuring and on Cultures of Peace. David Gallup professional memberships include the Maryland, American, World Jurist, and World-Space Bar Associations. David Gallup wrote several chapters in a United Nations Association Report entitled, “Restructuring the UN to meet 21st Century Global Needs.”. David Gallup is the legal columnist for World Citizen News. David Gallup has spoken recently on the topics of “World Citizenship and World Law” as a guest lecturer at American University on September 25, 2015. David Gallup spoke at “World Citizenship, World Law and Human Rights” at the Hague Appeal for Peace Conference in the Netherlands, David Gallup spoke at the “Human Rights and Global Recognition of Taiwan” in Taipei, Taiwan David Gallup has been interviewed on numerous shows such as on PRI’s “The World,” Huffington Post Live, BBC’s “Postmark Africa,” Works That Work (No. 6), and twice on WABC, covering topics such as human rights, creating a global justice system, terrorism, world citizenship, trans-border and migration issues.