We also think it would be good to form a variety of GI corelitons (noting that broadly speaking, many exist already in one way or another already). A corelition is a core group of colleagues and a coalition of organizations (or groups) committed to the wellbeing of people and the planet. The members could reside within or cut across countries, disciplines, sectors, associations, etc. The corelition would be highly relational, a platform for mutual support, mutual development, joint projects, and as a tangible rallying point pursuing the emphases of the corelition itself and its members. There could thus be a variety of corelitions with special foci, as in the proposal below focusing on global mental health (GMH).
The link below is for a proposed type of corelition called a net-hub to be based in Geneva and focusing on GMH. It gives an idea (one of many!) of what a corelition could look like. The two-page proposal also includes a diagram emphasizing networking and developing GMH along with four primary services-products: Consulting, Advocacy, Research, and Training (CART).
Corelitions from our vantage point would emphasize: a) providing and developing relevant products (services, resources) that benefit some of the most vulnerable people and planet areas; b) building mutually supportive personal-professional relationships; c) promoting personal and organizational integrity and clear, guiding values; d) staying current with context developments (e.g., global issues) as well as the core developments in the area of focus (for an example of this see our June 2015 article on staying current with GMH in Psychology International--it is organized into context resources and core resources: http://www.apa.org/international/pi/2015/06/mental-health-tracking.aspx).
Finally, it would be great to see a special corelition emerge (i.e. intentionally formed) that is devoted to the four GI emphases mentioned in the previous paragraph. It could also offer consultancy, advocacy, research, and training (CART). This type of corelition indeed is what is envisioned in the identical paragraphs that introduce each of the entries on Global Integrators.