Social responsibility

5 May 2010 - Regional Activities - North America
Social Forums and People’s Assemblies in the USA

10 December 2009 - Regional Activities - Latin America
Workshop on Values and Responsibilities

Regional Activities - North America -
Intergenerational workshop on the economy and social justice by Nina GREGG, 1 December 2009

The Knoxville (Tennessee) Solidarity Economy Group led a 3-hour workshop on June 27, 2009 for an intergenerational group at the Highlander Research and Education Center (HREC). Twenty-five young people who are participants in STAY (a multi-state initiative focused on creating the community resources necessary so young people can stay in the region for education and employment), twelve (...)

Regional Activities - Latin America -
Social intelligence in organizations: developing the skills required for the effective exercise of social responsibility , 18 November 2008

Article on the book of Leonardo Schvarstein, written by Tania Patiño. You can download the complete document below (in Spanish).

Forum for a new World Governance , 10 June 2008

Each passing day increases the feeling dramatically that a system of world governance is vitally needed, which respects all human beings, all that is living, and the planet as a whole. To act, we have to think, we have to make viable, applicable proposals, now. More than ever, we need to facilitate the convergence of all the thinking and the emergence of the proposals drawn from all cultures. (...)

Regional Activities - Asia -
Indian Children Charter of Human Responsibilities , 12 February 2008

“Responsibilities start with ME and continue (flourish) in WE” “Inform, Include and Implement” We are students from 27 cities across India, selected from Horlicks WizKids contest 2007. We have come together on a common platform with a common aim of helping our country face the challenges of the 21st century and hope to live in a happy & sustainable society. This Charter on Human (...)

Regional Activities - North America -

The United States Social Forum brought more than 10,000 social justice activists to Atlanta, Georgia June 27-July 1, 2007 for workshops, strategy sessions, networking, a film festival, and other cultural events. Intended to be “more than a conference, more than a networking bonanza, more than a reaction to war and repression,” the first US Social Forum was organized with a commitment to “send (...)

Regional Activities - West Africa -
Is the international cooperation an efficient instrument to fight against poverty? by Sidiki Abdoul DAFF, 14 December 2006

The civil society presents its proposals to face this challenge

Regional Activities - Asia -
A Feminine approach to individual/society interactions by Sudha REDDY, 12 December 2006

An economy at the service of the society. What relationships between Individual and Society? V International Conference PEKEA (Political and Ethical Knowledge on Economic Activities), Dakar, 1 - 3 Dec. 2006. Session on The Woman approach to Individual-Society Interactions

Regional Activities - Latin America -
The Union of South American Nations, the Charter of Human Responsibility and Governance in South America by Isis de PALMA, 12 August 2006

The proposal was presented at the FSM 2005 (World Social Forum) and subsequently registered within the “Mural of Proposals”. ON December 8, 2004, in Cuzco, Peru, the Union of South American Nations officially created a form of governance that was inspired by the European Union, which in turn is counting on the support of most of the countries of the continent. Although it was depreciated by (...)

Regional Activities - Southern Africa -
Stand up for your rights by François OST, 26 July 2006

RESPONSIBILITY, JUSTICE AND AIDS - "A matter of human rights and dignity" Description of an important mobilization in South Africa to fight against AIDS, violence made to women, for human dignity and human rights. Common but differentiated responsibilities: responsibility of the patient, the circle, the civil society associations, the South-African government, the international community. (...)

Regional Activities - North Africa and the Middle East -
Lebanon in 2005, illustration of citizens responsibility by Ziad MAJED, 4 January 2006

Narrative report on the events in 2005 in the country and the activities developed in the philosophy of the Charter.

Global Activities -
World Social Forum: listening and discussing on responsibilities by Lydia NICOLLET, 27 July 2005

A group of members of the Charter regional Committees along with partners were in Porto Alegre, Brazil, at the 2005 Word Social Forum. We were there to listen, participate to workshops and for some to facilitate them, to discuss on the Charter of Human Responsibilities and diffuse it. The workshops have been an opportunity to introduce the ongoing process of the Charter, to allow a debate on (...)

Regional Activities - Latin America -
Meetings in São Paulo Discuss Artists’ Responsibilities by Hamilton FARIA, 2 June 2005

The second meeting of “Artists Having Coffee” took place at the Pólis Institute on April 28 as part of the events of the World Network of Artists in Alliance set up in the late nineties. These meetings are attended by artists or persons involved in culture in Brazil or abroad. Following is an interview with Hamilton Faria, coordinator of the Pólis Culture Team and facilitator of the (...)

Regional Activities - Latin America -
Aware Responsibility, Unconscious Irresponsibility, Chile. by Carlos RIVERA, 17 April 2005

A Chilean journalist describes the critical state of the individual and social responsibilities in today’s society of Chile from the individuals behaviour. (The whole document only exists in the Spanish version of this article)

Regional Activities - Asia -
A Library of Human Responsibilities by Pinky CASTELO CUPINO, 7 January 2005

The Library of Human Responsibilities was set up as a community library within the school library of the Center for Positive Futures in Barangay Banaba, San Mateo, Rizal. Featuring in the library are books, documentaries and films which promote environmental and social responsibility. The Library shall sponsor a series of activities to encourage developing responsibilities of community (...)

Regional Activities - Southern Pacific -
The Treaty of Waitangi and the Foreshore and Seabed by Betsan MARTIN, 7 January 2005

Over the past year the ‘ownership’ of the Foreshore and Seabed has taken the dimensions of a tidal wave crashing on the shores of Aotearoa-New Zealand, and put relations between Maori and government under more pressure than they have been for a century. Under the 1840 Treaty of Waitangi indigenous titles to land were to be upheld. By 2003 the Foreshore is the last remaining area still in (...)


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