Dr. Glen T. Martin’s web site
Welcome to my website
There is a great deal of material on this site, much of it connected with my work with various organizations working for world peace with justice and sustainability. Please browse this material at your leisure.
We live at a crucial time in human history in which the fate of the planet and humanity hang in the balance depending on which we do in the present. My life has been dedicated to attempting to point in a liberating direction, to show the options humanity needs to be taking of we want a peaceful, just, free, and sustainable future for our children.
This home page contains a number of photos from things I have done over the years. Other pages contain information about the organizations I work with and many other subjects. The “Glen’s Blog” page contains my articles of the last two years. Many of my article going back many years also appear on this website. If you like any of these articles, please feel free to repose or reprint them and please let me know about your doing this.
I am a philosopher and writer. Much of my time is spent in reading and writing philosophy. I want to help lay the philosophical foundations for democratic world law and the corollary conditions for genuine human liberation. This is the primary mission and goal of my life. I want to thank all those people who support and have supported me in this endeavor, first and foremost among them is my terrific wife, Phyllis Turk.
Thanks for visiting my website.
Glen T. Martin
Interview on City Montessori School of Lucknow, India, TV, some 12 years ago.
With Dr. Robert Muller, UN Assistant Secretary General for many years and a founder of the UN University for Peace in Costa Rica.
In Nicaragua, mid-1990s, navigating the rapids on the Rio Bocay as part of the New River Bocay Project that worked with the indigenous Indians who lived along the Rio Bocay and Rio Coco in northern Nicaragua
In south Bangladesh talking about environmental protection, 2004
In Japan, meeting with the spiritual leader of the Oomoto Religion and one of the movements in support of the Constitution for the Federation of Earth, 2005
In Kara, Togo, West Africa, wearing the traditional dress that I purchased in the market there
In Sri Lanka, 2005, on an expedition to assess the damage from the terrible tsunami that had just hit their coastline. Next to me is Dr. Terence P. Amerasinghe, then President of WCPA
In Alaska, with my wife and daughter, back when Phyllis and I still had brown hair
Atop a mountain in Costa Rica with my study-abroad class from Radford University
At the 9th Session of the Provisional World Parliament in Tripoli, Libya, 2006
Speaking in Libya at the 20th Anniversary International Conference commemorating the US bombing of Libya in 1986
In Cuba, expressing solidarity with the Cuban revolution though bourgeois endeavors at manual labor.
At the Eighth Session of the Provisional World Parliament, Lucknow, India, 2004
Meeting the Leader of Libya, Muhamar Gadaffi, 2005. He is holding the autographed copy of my book Millennium Dawn and I am holding a copy of his “Green Book.”
In Brussels talking with leaders of the European Union
With a Cuban child and wearing my U. of Havana shirt
At a peace rally after a peace march through the streets of Kolkata, 2005
In Kara, Togo, West Africa after a WCPA seminar. Participants holding up the WCPA membership certificates (about 2009)
Peace March through the streets of Kolkata in 2010
At a World Peace Symposium in Lucknow, India
In Bangladesh, celebrating with “Daughters of the Revolution”
In the Adirondack Mountains of New York State: “Provisional World Parliament” in Esperanto
Speaking to a plenary session of an International Conference of Chief Justices of the World in Lucknow, India
Walking through one of the many “railroad slums” in Kolkata, India
In Istanbul after speaking with students and faculty at Istanbul Law School
In a cafe in Kalamata, Greece, dancing up a storm
As guest speaker at Aligarh Muslim University not far from Delhi, India, 2014
At the WCPA booth of the International Book Fair in New Delhi, India, 2015. Center is Zaklina Dimovska, WCPA Vice-President for Macedonia. Right of her is Guruji Yogachara Arun Kumar, WCPA Distinguished Advisor, and next to Guruji is Amit Paul, WCPA Vice-President and Secretary to the Executive Council.
In front of the famous bookstore in San Francisco founded by poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti, 2016
Kathmandu, Nepal, with the new WCPA Chapter, 2017
In Lima, Peru with Phyllis and High Court Justice Dr. David Quispe Salsavilca who is a Distinguished Advisor to WCPA and a personal signatory of the Earth Constitution.
Lighting the peace lamp at the World Intellectual Forum meetings in Hyderabad, India, 2018
With Celina Garcia, at a meeting of a peace organization in San Jose, Costa Rica (about 2012)
Phyllis in Zagreb, Croatia, where we were on WCPA work with Marija Pavkov and Slavko Kulik, prominent citizens of Croatia.
Receiving the GUSI International Peace Prize, Manilla, Phillippines, 2013
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Manila, Philippines, 2013: With my wife Phyllis Turk and Dr. Halo-N, renowned Islamic philosopher from Malaysia (center)
In Malaysia, having dinner with the Ambassador from Yemen (at head of table next to Madame Saraswathy Devi, prominent Lawyer in Kuala Lumpur), 2013.
Peace march in Lucknow with International Chief Justices, 2014, with Dr. Phichai Tovivich, WCPA Vice-President from Thailand
Some participates at the WCPA Conference on “Building the World Parliament” at the World Peace Center in Pune, India, 2016
I took this of Evo Morales, President of Bolivia, speaking at the giant conference for a World Without Borders in Cochabamba, Bolivia, 2018
At the world conference in Cochabamba, Bolivia. On the right are WCPA members Mario and Leopoldo Cook from Venezuela
With our Spanish teacher Jhanet (right) and the administrator of our Spanish School in Sucre, Bolivia, 2018
In Chennai, India, with High Court Justice Vallinayagam (who has long supported the Earth Constitution) and several WCPA members. Behind me is Prof. Ananthanarayanan, President of WCPA, Chennai
Attending the GUSI Peace Ceremonies in the Philippines as guest speaker, 2018
Enjoying time with my wife in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 2018 (on a tour of Latin American countries connecting with WCPA members).
At the World Parliament of Religions in Toronto, Canada, 2019, with Sarwar Alam, longtime WCPA supporter and Swami Agnivesh, Distinguished Advisor to WCPA from India.
In Caracas, Venezuela, 2016, just following an in-person speech by President Maduro. We are there in solidarity with the Bolivarian Revolution