Andhra Pradesh, India
For the Professional Network “Human Rights and Responsibilities,” a working team comprising the organizations listed as collaborators on the left of this page as well as the following persons is constituted to assist the Regional Representative / Professional Network Representative in carrying the two programs (Regional Representation and Professional Network Representation):
Depending on the interest and concerns of the participants, we have adopted a two pronged strategy to carry out the programs:
We have started participatory dialog among professionals from diverse professions, people from civil society organizations, academicians, policy makers across India and Asia to discuss collectively the broad theme of “Towards a Culture of Responsibility: A Universal Declaration of Human Responsibilities” and specifically the sub-theme of Human Rights, Responsibilities and Ethics.
We invite all groups, people in all socio professional fields to liberally and meaningfully join in this movement “Towards a Culture of Responsibility: A Universal Declaration of Human Responsibilities” for a just, peaceful and sustainable inter-dependent world where humans live in harmony with nature.
2 March 2014
Rights And Responsibility For the Progress of Humanity
An in-depth Interaction on “ Rights And Responsibility For the Progress of Humanity ” was organized by Rahat and R & R Collective, Nepal, for the newly elected Members of Parliament at Health Ministry, Ram Shah Path, Kathmandu on 8 th February, 2014. Twenty MPs representing from major and minor political parties actively participated in the (...)
13 December 2013
Spreading the importance of responsibility
It took two catastrophic world wars for the international community to formulate and accept a Universal Declaration of Human Rights. True, it is not legally binding by itself but it is a document that serves as a solid foundation for international and national laws. But what would it take for there to be a demand for a global reference text upholding the notion of responsibilities, asks Edith (...)