Mrs. Barbara Martin Walker
  • Barbara M. Walker would be so pleased to be remembered in association with one of her two favorite charities rather than with flowers or any other memorial or honor.
  • World Federalist Movement
    708 Third Avenue, Suite 1715
    New York, NY 10017
  • A long time believer in education, she and Sally Swing Shelley founded The Committee on Teaching About the United Nations (CTAUN) and supported the organization with her time and money. Please remember her through her special work with CTAUN.
  • Committee on Teaching About the United Nations (CTAUN)
    3 Linwood Place
    c/o Anne-Marie Carlson
    White Plains, NY 10606

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I am sorry to hear of Barbara's passing, though happy to know she lived such long and happy late years. I worked for Barbara as an editorial assistant on the World Federalist Reader in her home in the late 90s, a job I still look back on with happy fondness. I learned a great deal from Barbara, both because of the depth of her knowledge, but also from the example she set: her dedication to her own work; her attitude

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Posted by: gillian white - Ann Arbor, MI - Coworker   Sep 15, 2016

Please join us to celebrate Barbara Martin Walker's life and work on May 9. Details at

Posted by: Bela August Walker    May 09, 2016

Please join us to celebrate Barbara Martin Walker's life and work on May 13. Details at

Posted by: Bela August Walker - BROOKLYN, NY - Grandchild   May 09, 2016

Barbara will be missed, memories live on comforting aching hearts, may prayers and the loving support of family and friends, see you through this difficult time.

Posted by: Sue    Apr 06, 2016

Dear Bill, dear all,

my condolences go to Barbara's family and friends. One of my first books about world federalism is "A reader on second assembly & parliamentary proposals" edited by Barbara and Saul H. Mendlovitz, published by the Center for UN Reform Education and with important contributions by Falk, Strauss, Levi, Heinrich, Monbiot and others. The book was written while I was actively participating to my first World Social Forum in Porto Alegre where I had organized a seminar about

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Posted by: Nicola Vallinoto - Genova (Italy) - Friend   Mar 30, 2016

Barbara was an inspiration to anyone at WFM/CICC who met her - a joyful presence with a passion for making the entire world better. And she did. She'll be missed.

Posted by: Jens Iverson    Mar 28, 2016

Dear friends,

Barbara Martin Walker, one of the long-time and finest members of WFM, passed away on Friday, March 25. Barbara Walker and her husband Bob were lifelong supporters of world federalism and our peace movement. She served on the WFM Executive Committee for many years, as Treasurer and advisor. Barbara was 92 years old.

Barbara was tremendously dedicated to peace education and amongst her contributions was the excellent reference book Uniting the Peoples and Nations. Compiled by Barbara, it is perhaps

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Posted by: william pace - new york city, NY - Coworker   Mar 28, 2016