2004: A Diversified approach to diffuse the Charter in India
2005: New Fields of Activities for the Charter in India
2007 - The CHR beyond India: International Conferences
2007 - The Media, Eminent Personalities, and the CHR
2007 – A step Beyond the Indian Soil - Journey of Charter
2007: Indian Schools, Academics, Universities, and the CHR
2007: NGOs, Movements, and the CHR
2007: The CHR in Environmental Education, India
A Brief Review of various Initiatives on Charter of Human Responsibilities in Nepal - 2010
Symposium on "CHR to Promote the Culture of Responsibilities in Nepal"
Published on 13 March 2008
2007: Indian Legal Professionals and the CHR
It is both a challenging and eye-opening experience to penetrate into a legal profession and Judiciary space with the CHR .
As a result of networking with the initiative of Mr. Ramjan Darga, one of the Indian CHR team members, four meetings were held with Indian Lawyers Association, Hyderabad Karnataka Chapter in Gulbarga with regard to CHR.
1. Two seminars on Fundamental Rights and Right to information at Gulbarga by Indian Lawyers Association, Hyderabad Karnataka Chapter:
Two seminars at Gulbarga were held on fundamental rights and Right to Information. On one occasion Justice A.J. Sadashiva of Karnataka High Court (Retd.) was the chief guest and on another occasion Justice Nag Mohandas (sitting judge) was the guest. Apart from the senior and knowledgeable Advocates of Bangalore, and other places, Professors, Deans and Principal of Law Colleges attended and shared their views on responsibilities of Lawyers and judges to consciously utilize people centered laws in terms of restoring justice. Nearly 500 Advocates have participated on both the occasions.
2. Proposed Regional Seminar:
Linking Indian Lawyers and Bar association of Sri Lanka:
 Charter of Human Rersponsibilities