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Preceding Stages
Alliance for a Responsible, Plural and United World (since 1995)

Approval of a common platform and worldwide development of cross-cultural workshops—theme-based, regional, and socioprofessional—which would produce 61 Proposal Papers for the implementation of the breakthroughs and evolutions needed in our societies that will build a fairer and more sustainable 21st century.

World Citizens Assembly (December 2001)

Gathering 400 participants, this was the finishing point of the workshops organized in the framework of the Alliance for a Responsible, Plural and United World.

Charter of Human Responsibilities (2002-2010)

An outcome of the World Citizens Assembly, this was an international cross-cultural project around the concept of responsibility, with a charter as a reference point from which to move forward on thinking and action, and men and women to set these in motion.

Alliance for a Responsible, Plural and United World

(since 1995)

In the early 1990s, several partners of the Charles Léopold Mayer Foundation for the Progress of Humankind (FPH) organized a series of continental, theme-based and socioprofessional meetings in order to open their work to other initiatives, actors, fora, and cultures.

This process led in 1993 to the drafting of the “Platform for a Responsible and United World”, which in turn entailed the need to combine diversity—of the contexts—and unity—of the challenges—and to consider the perspectives from three angles simultaneously: by theme, by region of the world, and by socioprofessional sphere.

The alliance itself was born in 1993 with the adoption of a shared agenda focusing everyone’s work for the end of the century on formulating proposals for strategies and action to bring about the crucial, necessary changes in our lifestyles and our management systems, from the local level to the global one.

The Alliance Workshops were internationalized and developed, and they culminated in December 2001 with the organization of the World Citizens Assembly in Lille, France.

After the Lille assembly, “Alliance 21” turned progressively into an informal forum for its thousands of members, groups and individuals, as well as for new interested persons, and today its doors are always open to share the enormous wealth of its work, still current, and to be a place where anyone can give their information, analyses, experiences, coming events, proposals, and so on.

Go to the Alliance 21 Web site

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