24 November 2008 - Regional Activities - Asia
New Horizons of Human Development: Art, Spirituality and Social Transformations

24 November 2008
Responsibility: Guardians of Life

Regional Activities - Europe -
The New Dimension of Responsibility by Anastasia ZAKARIADZE, 21 August 2008

On the 13th of June 2008 was held an international conference “Responsibility, Traditional Values, Sustainable Development” at Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University .The Conference was organized by the University in collaboration with the Institute of Philosophy. It was financed by the Foundation Charles Leopold Mayer for Human Progress. _ The organizing committee of the conference were (...)

Regional Activities - Asia -
Jeeva jaala comprises all animate and inanimate objects by Ramjan Darga, 5 June 2008

This article is philosophical and at the same time related to present practical times. Inspired by the Charter of Human Responsibilities, Ramjan Darga has explored how ‘Basava’ in 12th Century itself emphasized on Responsibility & its practice, which are closely blend with the principles of CHR. This article was published in well known magazine & collection of essays, brought out by (...)

Regional Activities - Asia -
Spirituality as a Bridge Between the Secular and the Religious by Sudha REDDY, 23 November 2006

A holistic answer to social harmony and dignity

Regional Activities - Asia -
Non-violence as a Responsible Message for Peace and Harmony by Sudha REDDY, 23 November 2006


Regional Activities - Southern Africa -
View on key concepts by John STEWART, 20 January 2006

On governance : it is more useful to talk about whether a government and a state is responsible or irresponsible, rather than whether it is strong or weak. What is important is whether whatever power it holds is exercised in a responsible manner or not. In this sense [true or good] leadership is ‘the responsible exercise of power’. But as has been commented many times, in Africa we have rulers (...)

Regional Activities - Southern Pacific -
Philosophy on Responsibility by Betsan MARTIN, 6 January 2006

This contribution on Philosophy on Responsibility comes from discussions with Charter committee members. **Relevance to Charter principles** Every person’s dignity demands that he or she contribute to the freedom and dignity of others. In the flowering of the human personality, its non-material aspirations as well as its material needs must be addressed. The Charter principles may need to (...)

Regional Activities - Latin America -
Spirituality and Human Responsibility, Chile. , 24 October 2005

Publication - presentation of a book published in Chile in Spanish.

Regional Activities - Southern Pacific -
Challenges to face by Betsan MARTIN, 7 January 2005

One reflection from our agreement to integrate the concept of responsibility into existing local organizations, is to question whether the concept of responsibility becomes assimilated, or absorbed rather than identified as a distinct, future oriented concept. The Human Rights Commission is well respected in New Zealand and has excellent strategies for wide dissemination of their work. They (...)

Regional Activities - Asia -
An offshoot by Sudha REDDY, 4 January 2005

One of the leading writers and journalists in Karnataka, Ramjan Darga, (part of facilitation team and the translator of the Charter of Human Responsibilities in Kannada) has been so inspired to start writing a book on the great Indian reformist Basavanna of the 12th century. Basavanna stood for equality for all and dreamt of a casteless society. He criticized all forms of social injustice, (...)


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