Biennial Meeting of the International Charter Committee Members

Every other year, (every one year and a half to be precise), the members of the International Facilitation Committee of the Charter of Human Responsibilities process, who represent the regional committees, meet together to assess their activities and to redefine collectively, in accordance with this analysis, the strategies and objectives to follow, at the national, regional and global levels, and to refine the projects and common tools. These meetings are also an opportunity to reinforce the network with local partners.

The first meeting took place in October 2003, in Syros, Grece, a meeting that marked the launching of the debate and diffusion process. The second was in Chile, in January 2005, the third in South Africa, in October 2006, and the last, in China, in September 2008.

27 November 2008
Outcome Meeting - International Charter Committee by Edith SIZOO

14 March 2007
Meeting 7-11 October 2006 - Cape Town, South Africa

2005 Meeting of the International Charter Committee, in Chile : a first evaluation - 4 May 2005, by Carlos LIBERONA

About the STRENGTHS The meeting gives clarity on the agreements, points of possible cooperation, networks that exist and it confirms that the process has started, with different rhythms, and that it will acquire mayor force and rythmin the next two years. The Charter already has “social nests”, that is bases of departure in several countries and the support to the Charter is growing, although our construction plan is still weak and experimental. The construction of the dialogue and (...)

2005 Meeting of the International Facilitation Committee of the Charter of Human Responsibilities - 7 January 2005, by Edith SIZOO

The International Facilitation Committee has met in Chile in January 2005 so that its members can gather the different experiences and work on a collective process on the objectives and strategies, after the first year of the promotion of the Charter of Human Responsibilities. A series of diverse activities has been launched in the 14 countries spread out over all the continents where the members of the Committee are working. The results of the chosen approaches, of the social groups (...)

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