Global Assemblies

The Return to Self-Governance Begins Here

From governments to municipalities to every living being on the planet, self-governance or sovereignty begins with a plan.

The Life Force Global Restoration Plan is built on Assemblies.  Assemblies are built by active, motivated, honest people.

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Assembly Governance

Perspectives & Framework

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The Components

These components are based on a Council Governance Model – the same principles apply to whatever other form you choose.

STRUCTURE

Council – 12 Members
Committees – 11
Restoration Team
Sub Council – 12 members
Advisory Boards

Presiding Officers
Committee Chairs

Governance Committees vs
General Committees

OBJECTIVES

Council – 12 Members
Committees – 11
Restoration Team
Sub Council – 12 members
Advisory Boards

Presiding Officers
Committee Chairs

Governance Committees vs
General Committees

INTERNAL GOVERNANCE

Council – 12 Members
Committees – 11
Restoration Team
Sub Council – 12 members
Advisory Boards

Presiding Officers
Committee Chairs

Governance Committees vs
General Committees

Assembly

Responsibilities

  • Oversee the corrections of laws
  • Oversee the restoration of rights
  • Oversee governmental budgets
  • Develop a 1, 2 and 5 year transition plan for existing government
  • Facilitate public at large participation in projects & the assembly
  • Ensure the people’s will is executed
  • Enable ground level governance
    (national->state->county->city assemblies)
  • Provide a system for Elections (internal and external)
  • Implement the Restoration Plan

Council

(Executive Team)

Responsibilities

  • Construct the Bylaws
  • Set Policy and Procedures
  • Appoint Committee Members
  • Ratify Needs Assessment Report(s)
  • Handle Grievances
  • Ensure Assembly compliance with the Resolution of One Accord
  • Set & Conduct Assembly wide meetings
  • Final approval on Orders
  • Final approval of Projects
  • Final Approval of Ratification Packages for submission to PGSD

Committees

LIST

  • Security
  • Treasury
  • Law Enforcement
  • Law
  • Environment
  • Education
  • Family Services
  • Health & Wellness
  • Communications
  • Project Management
  • Public Works

Committees

Responsibilities

  • Obligations

    • Protect
    • Restore
    • Develop
    • Implement

    Committees focus on investigating and developing orders for rights restoration, removal of restrictive covenants, and evaluate Restoration team (and outside) projects for fit with needs assessment findings

Restoration Team

Overview

Restoration Teams are the “think tanks” and public interfacing component of the Assembly.  

Projects are the central focus, both developing and soliciting them from the public at large.

RT’s interface with the Committees for project needs in regards to orders, laws, etc.

Positions & SubCouncil

Needs Assessement Committee

OFFICERS

Presiding Officer

A rotating position that is term and term length limited, elected from the 9 elected seat members

Acting Secretary

Member of the Council

Acting Treasurer

Member of the Treasury Committee (gov)

COMMITTEES

Committee Seat

All members are appointed/elected by the Council

Chairperson

Same as a Presiding Officer including terms and term limits.  Elected by that committee from that committee

Committees also appoint an acting secretary

SUBCOUNCIL

Needs Assessment

Each Committee Chair and 1 member of the Council make up the Sub-Council.  It is responsible for the community needs assessment for the Assembly.

Needs are prioritized and given to each Committee and to the Council.

Appoints their own Presiding Officer

Register Assembly

You must have an account and be logged in to access this form.

This is for adding your Life Force affiliated Assembly to the PGSD Registry

 

Submit For Ratification

Submit your Assembly Ratification Package here.  You must have an account and be logged in to access this form.

Submit Orders

Submit Orders from your Assembly here.

Orders will be reviewed and a team will work with you to refine your orders.  Once finalized they will be submitted for ratification.

 

Information

Frequently Asked Questions, reference documents and meeting schedules