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Born in 1950
World Citizen Card number :023.750
Address :Mumbay (India)

Biography summary

 Dr. Leo Rebello, N.D., Ph.D., D.Sc., F.F.Hom, MBA, is the Director of Natural Health Centre, Bombay. He has delivered over 10.000 lectures in 63 countries, including at WHO, UNAIDS, UNESCO, UNDP, UNEP, UN-HABITAT conferences, written 30 books and been interviewed by the world media.

  • Connected with Citizens Registry from 1992.
  • President of World Constitution and Parliament Association since 2000.
  • President of 4M : Mouvement Mondial des Militants Mondialistes.
  • Editorial Board Member of International Teacher.
  • Vice President of International Association of Educators for World Peace
  • World Peace Ambassador Award Winner / January 2004

Declaration of intention summary

Since I believe in World Parliament as against Neo Con' idea of One World, and have been consistently espousing the cause, I would like to be elected to Peoples Congress and work to realize this long-cherised dream.

Review of Dr Rebello's World Without Wars, by René Wadlow

Leo Rebello, a ‘patriot of humanity’ and a holistic healer, here deals with the most deadly of diseases: war, poverty, and the frontiers which divide humanity into hostile units. This collection of essays, poems, drawings and cartoons was prepared, in part, for the ongoing World March for Peace and Non-violence (2 October 2009 – 2 January 2010). He encourages the march in his introduction “Let your journey begin to Love and Light.” The journey is to achieve the common desires of all people to live in peace and harmony with each other and with nature. The book deals with pressing world problems beyond the march itself. There is a moving photo of a group of activists with the banner “One Earth, One Sky, One Humankind. Together we work to slow down climate change” — a goal for the Copenhagen climate conference starting on 7 December. The United Nations system has helped to draw attention to such urgent problems as the protection of the atmosphere, freshwater resources, biological diversity as well as consumption patterns, demography, human settlements, combating deforestation, the sound management of biotechnology, toxic chemicals and hazardous waste. Many of these problems are inter-related and require concerted efforts by governments and civil society at the world, national and local levels (Following)

Dr Leo Rebello(Ed.).
World Without Wars
(Mumbai: 2009, 424pp.)
Available from 28/552 Samata Nagar, Kadivali East, Bombay 400 101 India


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