Publicado em 10 de novembro de 2000
Traduções disponíveis em: français (original) . Español .

A cross-cultural and multilingual contribution to the elaboration of a Charter of the Alliance

por Edith SIZOO
Temas fortes ligados: Intercultural, diálogo e plurilinguismo .
Temas largos ligados: Cross-cultural .

The elaboration of this text presents the originality to wish to take in consideration the cultural diversity not to be limited to a solely western dimension of the text. This report describes the process used during the workshop of Syros: the aim of this workshop was to find a consensus on six common principles, their content, and the means of their implementation, which became relevant in all cultural contexts, for the text of the Charter of the Alliance. This process started out the principle that the time came to go beyond the classic ways to write single texts for an international use, and that it is necessary to imagine this gender of texts on the contrary in different cultural contexts, in order to enrich them of a non-western perspective. The six stated principles were the next one: dignity, solidarity, diversity, equality, peace, responsibility,. The result of this workshop constitutes one of the numerous contributions to the writing of the Charter of the Alliance, of which a project of text has been submitted to the assembly of the December 2001 Alliance thereafter.

Table of contents
Introduction: The history - From Naxos to Syros
1. The process The participants Objective and working method
2. The Alliance and its Charter The movement and its title The proposal of February 2000 Charter
3. Divergences and convergence
Main concerns in the different contexts
Principles drivers in the different contexts
A principle that unites (lightly-edited machine translation)

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