1987-1999. The start journey begins
1986, June- The "International Bureau of Economy and Work" is founded.
1987 - First participation of the "International Bureau of Economy and Work" in a UN Conference - specifically, the International Conference about on Disarmament.
1988 - The "International Bureau of Economy and Work", in its second appearance at the International Conference about the Disarmament, presented an Appeal to the UN General Secretary for "a United World".
November 1995 - The "International Bureau of Economy and Work" assumes its current name of "New Humanity".
1996 - Paris. UNESCO awarded its Prize for Peace for 1996 to Chiara Lubich, New Humanity's Founder and President of the focolare Movement.
March 1998 - Hyde Park, New York. New Humanity is one of the promoters of a pdf "Proposition for a World Consortium for Raw Materials" between oil exporting and importing Countries, in order to insulate the price of oil from marketfluctuations with the price being agreed together by these Countries.