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PROVISIONAL SYNTHESIS FORUM FOR THE CROSS-EVALUATION OF PROPOSALS FOR A RESPONSIBLE, UNITED AND PLURAL WORLD

SYNTHESIS OF THE FOUR POLES



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1.  CROSS-SYNTHESIS OF THE HUMANITY AND BIOSPHERE POLE (HBP)

2.  CROSS-SYNTHESIS OF THE GOVERNANCE AND CITIZENSHIP POLE (GCP)

3.  CROSS-SYNTHESIS OF THE SOCIO-ECONOMY OF SOLIDARITY POLE (SESP)

3.1  INTRODUCTION

3.2  MOST FAVOURABLY EVALUATED PROPOSALS

SESP I On a Globalisation Based on Sustainability and Solidarity

SESP II On Changes in the Financial System

SESP III On the Political Project of the Economy of Solidarity

SESP IV On Education and Training for a Sustainable Economy of Solidarity

SESP V On the Reconsideration of the Prevailing Paradigm

SESP VI On New United and Socio-economic Policies

4.  CROSS-SYNTHESIS OF THE VALUES, CULTURE, ART, EDUCATION AND SOCIETY POLE (VCAESP)

   

3. CROSS-SYNTHESIS OF THE SOCIO-ECONOMY OF SOLIDARITY POLE (SESP)

3.2 MOST FAVOURABLY EVALUATED PROPOSALS

SESP IV. On Education and Training for a Sustainable Economy of Solidarity

SESP 15. L'éducation pour le développement durable doit être remise dans son contexte, en mettant l'accent sur de nouvelles formes de perception des besoins et de l'usage des ressources. Elle devrait s'orienter simultanément vers:
a) la formation en termes de valeurs qui renforcent la conscience de la responsabilité nécessaire pour un développement intégral durable.
b) la formation de connaissances utiles pour résoudre des problèmes de durabilité. (08.14.)

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SESP 16. To train and inform the wage earners and social actors of the company in general about their involvement in the united company so that they have the means to participate in the regulation of the business activity. (Article suggested by a participant for proposal 14.)

SESP 17. Define exchanging projects between universities to ensure public and governmental agenda with issues on economy in solidarity, innovations in monetary theories. Give international support to governments that experiment with economy in solidarity for local development. (06.13.)

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SESP 18. The involvement of final consumers is at present limited. It is also difficult to apply ethical consumption. The lack of transparent information, the insufficient distribution of fair products and the high cost of ethical products are some of the factors that explain why a consumer’s change of mentality does not always have an impact on the purchases that he/she makes. (14.16.)

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SESP 19. Re-socialize the new generations in the culture and practice of ethical consumption through formal educational processes (school) and informal processes (family, peer groups, movements, churches, etc.). (Article suggested by a participant for proposal 10.)

SESP V. On the Reconsideration of the Prevailing Paradigm

PSES.20. The people have identified seven principles, directions essential for deepening and enhancing the foundations of a new economic paradigm. These foundations are intimately related to the "reconceptualisation" of basic economic concepts. The eight principles are follows:

  • The multifunctionalism of the "productive" activities and work done by women;
  • The elimination of barriers (decompartmentalisation) and the sharing of work and responsibilities;
  • Recognition of the need to conciliate roles and activities and fair sharing of time and tasks;
  • Recognition of traditional know-how and experience acquired outside the sphere of the "dominant" economy;
  • The organisation of production and life on the basis of the time and needs of persons and communities;
  • A hierarchy of priorities that takes into account people's lives and their identities as human beings;
  • Transparency in activities at all levels. (02.06.)
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SESP 21. Women also want to express the urgent need for another form of individual and collective development that recognises:

  • equality between women and men,
  • the spiritual, mental physical and social dimensions of the individual,
  • harmonious and balanced development between the "centre" and the "periphery"; between the North, South, East and West; within the territory of a country, etc. (02.04.)
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SESP 22. The initiatives of women respond to contextualised needs, i.e. the physical, political, economic and cultural environment is decisive regarding these needs and initiatives. (02.01.)

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SESP 23. Reconceptualise basic economic concepts. Among the economic concepts to be reconceptualised, women give priority to the following: the human being, her/his position in the economy in the widest meaning; nature; time; the economy, the economy in all its diversity; growth; value; wealth; work; the conditions of trade; productivity. (02.08.)

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SESP 24. Formulate adapted and diversified indicators of wealth and work. Indicators must be modified in order to bring to light the traditional activities carried out by women, the voluntary activities of both women and men, the immaterial aspects of the quality of life, activities that create social cohesion, the importance of free, convivial and "non-productive" trade. (02.10.)

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