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International children conference for the environment - Brasil 2010

Promoting and supporting the CHR art exhibition - 6 February 2009

Participate in that project of Social and Cultural Responsibility through the promotion of the Charter of Human Responsibilities (CHR) and the support of the Fundo Brasil de Direitos Humanos (Brasil Fund of Human Rights). Carried out by the CHR Brazilian Committee and the World Network of Artists in Alliance. The CHR exhibition started in Greece, then it went to Paris, to Tiradentes-MG and it is now in São Paulo, in the Conjunto Nacional - Paulista Avenue, where 40 thousand people (...)

Art Exhibition “Environment: Common Good, Common Responsibility” - 29 August 2008, by Isis de PALMA, Yolanda ZIAKA

The Committee of the European Charter of Human Responsibilities organized in 2007 a travelling art exhibition on the theme “Environment: Common good, common responsibility” that presented works by Greek, Brazilian and North American artists, as well as drawings made by children of Georgia. The purpose of the exhibition was compiling and presenting works of art that reflect the vision of artists on the environment and the responsibilities of us all. The first three exhibitions were held in (...)

Reporters’ Alliance in Brazil for a dually responsible and solidary media - 12 April 2007, by Isis de PALMA, Marta MOLINA, Vera Salles

The International Alliance of Reporters (J-Aliança) in Brazil is a network that was formed in the context of the citizen alliances, which is supported by the FPH (Fundação Charles Leopold Mayer pelo Progresso da Humanidade—Charles Leopold Mayer Foundation for the Progress of Humankind). It is headquartered in Paris, France. The goal is to work and focus on the theme of reporters’ "Responsibility” to offer those professionals in the field as well as journalism students with a space for (...)

What’s New in the Brazilian Charter Lands - 19 October 2005, by Isis de PALMA

In Brasilia, from September 3 to 11, 2005, was organized the Second Meeting of the Youth for Environment, involving youth from all the states of Brazil, to prepare the Second National Conference of the Children and the Youth for Environment. The work includes a reflection on the Charter of Human Responsibilities involving millions of people (57 000 schools).

Objectives - 4 January 2005, by Isis de PALMA

In the Brazilian workplan we had written in 2003 there where three objectives for 2004. Diffusing the Charter of Human Responsibilities for the social sectors we consider key ones to make the process advance. Creating the Network in Brazil for the Charter of Human Responsibilities within the scope of the entrepreneurs’ movement, environmental movement, youth network, human rights and peace-driven movements, citizenship-driven entities, workers in the cultural and educational sectors. (...)

Committe of the Charter in Brazil: members and partners - 4 January 2005, by Isis de PALMA

Coordinator of the Charter Diffusion in Brazil: Isis de Palma isis Kah educ-imagens.com.br Imagens Educação Tel 55-11-3167-2575 Instituto Ágora em Defesa do Eleitor e da Democracia agora Kah agoranet.org.br Tel 55-11 - 3898-0123 Brazilian Committee of the diffusion of the Charter of Human Responsibilities The Charter team in Brazil (working team): Isis de Palma José Domingos Vasconcelos Livia Palma Rachel Trajber Lúcia Almeida Fatima Sabella Marta Molina Fernando Filippini Active Members of (...)

Challenges and Achievements - 4 January 2005, by Isis de PALMA

Challenges to face in 2004 The big difficulty was to adapt the working plan to the amount of our budget and to choose the priorities. It was necessary to work on the tools we needed to start the diffusion. A participative methodology diffusion program was necessary and we decided to produce the video project following this logic. It was not easy. The absence of the Brazilian Committee in part of the program – the long distances trips in Brazil ( it costs a lot) was a big difficulty. The (...)

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