Conflict management

4 October 2010 - Regional Activities - Europe
What Responsibility Do Georgians and Armenians Have in Common?

1 July 2009 - Regional Activities - Latin America
The International Congress of Bogota: Focus on the Charter of Human Responsibilities

Regional Activities - Europe -
Stop Russia! , 4 September 2008

Last September 1, Georgians from all over the country gathered together in a massive chain to protest Russia’s continued occupation of Georgia. Winding through most of the major streets of Tbilisi, crowds of people held hands, sang Georgian songs, chanted slogans, honked horns, held up signs, waved flags, cried and prayed. (...)

Regional Activities - Europe -
Address of Tbilisi State University to the European and US Universities , 22 August 2008

Dear Colleagues, Georgian state is facing a major threat today. [...] Professor Dr. Giorgi KHUBUA Rector Tbilisi State University Georgia http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/7547888.stm] http://www.financialsense.com/storm... http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/ne... http://www.jamestown.org/publicatio... http://jamestown.org/edm/article.ph... http://www.rferl.org/content/South_... (...)

Regional Activities - Latin America -
Presentation of the Charter to Colombian officers, May 2008 by Gustavo MARIN, 19 June 2008

The Charter of Human Responsibilities was presented to the 300 officers of the Colombian Military Academy during the mission carried out in Colombia in May 2008 in the context of the work to build a global alliance of military personnel, by Gustavo Marin (Programme Director at the FPH and Director of the Forum for a New World Governance), with the French General (retired) Patrice Mompeyssin, (...)

Regional Activities - North America -
A Responsible Plan to End the War in Iraq , 13 May 2008

The unpopularity across the US of the war in Iraq is well documented. Yet the efforts of individuals and groups in the US and elsewhere to end the war are having no apparent impact on US policy: as Christopher Hayes wrote in the April 14, 2008 issue of The Nation: It is in this context that a group of Democratic Congressional candidates, retired military officers and national security (...)

Regional Activities - North Africa and the Middle East -
"Monday" : the youth, activism and responsibility by Ziad MAJED, 19 January 2007

This VIDEO presents the overview of a young man’s life, a student who hates Mondays, the day when university starts again after festive weekends with the friends. Monday February 14th, the former Lebanese Prime minister Rafiq Hariri is murdered in Beirut. The Lebanese rebel after his murder against the Syrian regime that controls Lebanon with tens of thousands of Syrian soldiers on the (...)

Regional Activities - Asia -
ONE DEGREE ASIA Youth Conference - 24-29 July 2006, Singapore , 12 September 2006

Over 270 delegates from 14 different countries gathered to meet and hear 68 speakers from over 60 organizations such as Oxfam, The World Bank, Ashoka Foundation and many more. One Degree Asia was a gathering of social change makers all across Asia in Singapore for the first-ever Asian Youth Leadership Festival. I had the privilege to represent the Charter of Human Responsibilities as a South (...)

Regional Activities - West Africa -
For a topical approach in West Africa by Sidiki Abdoul DAFF, 23 January 2006

We will focus this year the topical approaches with sub-regional dimension in different contexts.

Regional Activities - West Africa -
The Charter and the management of conflicts in Africa by Markoua DADJO, 4 January 2005

”Why applying the principles of the Charter of Human Responsibilities could be a solution to the prevention and management of conflicts in Africa" (Meeting of April 22nd and 23rd, 2004)


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