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Commitment of the Philippine Youth for the Protection of the Planet Earth por Pinky CASTELO CUPINO, 8 de abril de 2010

We live in the Philippine islands We take pride and are always in awe and marvel at the richness of our land, the abundance of our diverse natural resources – the thick and ages-old forests of both land and sea where thrive exceptional flora and fauna, the grasslands and the marine resources which provide for our people. We grow up relishing on sea food and recreation means frolicking on the (...)

The Philippine process to the CONFINT , 1º de agosto de 2009

Last July 14, 2009, the Philippines launched the local campaign for the “Let’s Take Care of the Planet” International Conference to be held in Brazil on 2010. The Philippine National Organizing Committee of the said international conference, which includes the Charter of Human Responsibilities, Department of Education (DepEd), Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), UNESCO (...)

Global Classroom Initiative partners with the Center for Positive Futures por Pinky CASTELO CUPINO, 2 de setembro de 2008

A partner organization of the Charter of Human Responsibilities Philippine Facilitation Team, the Center for Positive Futures, is a partner in the Global Classroom Initiative (GCI) project initiated by Monde Pluriel, a France-based non-governmental organization. Monde Pluriel hopes to raise awareness among different sectors of society on global citizenship. The GCI aims to promote (...)

Y Acts! Youth Festival 2008! por Pinky CASTELO CUPINO, 2 de setembro de 2008

; The Y Acts! Youth Festival 2008! was successfully held from May 7-11, 2008 at the mountain city of La Trinidad, Benguet Province, which is nestled in the Cordillera Mountain Range in Northern Philippines. It was attended by 150 young participants from different points of the Philippines, from Luzon to Mindanao, mostly from underprivileged sectors of the youth population. The number of (...)

Asian Environmental Film Festival Makes Waves por Marilou CERILLA, 14 de dezembro de 2007

The Charter of Human Responsibilities (CHR) – Philippine Team and its Indian-based counterpart, CHR-India represented by Sudha Reddy, together with the World Youth Water Alliance represented by Anugraha John, launched a joint undertaking which focused on environmental awareness raising among students in selected schools in Metro Manila and the sub-urban areas. The week-long Film Festival (...)

Social Responsibility in Secondary Education por Pinky CASTELO CUPINO, 4 de janeiro de 2007

Invited to speak during the 10th SEAMEO-INNOTECH International Conference held in Quezon City, Philippines, last November 15-17, 2006, I had the opportunity to present the Charter for Human Responsibility. SEAMEO INNOTECH is short for Southeast Asian Ministers Regional Center for Innovative Education and Technology. (http://www.seameo-innotech.org/) Theme of the Conference was "Learning (...)

Code of Ethics for the Youth por Jonhatan O. Biay, 29 de junho de 2006

1. Introduction Last May 7-9, 2006, the multisectoral confederation SANLAKAS held a YOUTH CAMP FOR CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT held in Tanza, Cavite. This was participated in by 43 youth leaders from different organizations in Metropolitan Manila. The camp activities included Music, Art, Drama, and Communication Workshops, and a discussion of the National Political and Economic Situation and the (...)

Summer Youth Camp on Charter Diffusion Project among Youth Leaders por Flora SANTOS, Tess PAGUIA, 25 de junho de 2006

The Charter Diffusion Project among the Youth Sector is an activity aimed at searching together the meaning of Human Responsibilities in the light of the present adverse social realities. This is translated in the context of global co-operation and governance as advocated by the Alliance for a Responsible, Plural and United World. The assumption here was that global conditions today have (...)

A Peace Camp por Pinky CASTELO CUPINO, 13 de abril de 2005

Peace Camp conducted by the Community of Learners Foundation in an urban poor community in Barangay Payatas, Quezon City. The Community of Learners is a non-traditional school teaching social responsibility among its students, who belong to middle class and upper middle class families. These upper middle class high school leaders, in partnership with lower middle class high school leaders (...)

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