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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)

2.1  INTRODUCTION

2.2  MOST FAVOURABLY EVALUATED PROPOSALS

GCP I On World Governance

GCP II On National and Local Territorial Governance

GCP III On Citizenship

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

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

   

2.2 MOST FAVOURABLY EVALUATED PROPOSALS

GCP I. On World Governance

GCP 01. The issue of world governance is no longer simply a question of relations between sovereign states. (04.01.)

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GCP 02. For the new regulations to be accepted by the world’s peoples, they must be seen to be legitimate, with clear objectives and to apply to rich and poor countries alike. Moreover, their definition and control requires the participation of all peoples. (04.04.)

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GCP 03. World governance requires common foundations:
a) common objectives: sustainable development, reduction of inequalities, peace;
b) a common ethical basis: the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Charter of Human Responsibilities.
These are the foundations on which it is possible to define the areas of action by the international community, since the hierarchy of norms and standards apply to every area (trade, the environment, health, security, etc.), and to the great world causes in which both states and multilateral institutions must co-operate. (04.06.)

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GCP 04. An international community conscious of its unity and diversity must emerge in order to break away from the present system of relations between states. This community does not simply consist of co-operation-competition between “blocks”. It is composed of relations between social and professional "milieus" that occupy very different positions in society and the economy. (04.07.)

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GCP 05. Rethinking governance also means rethinking the “social contract” that links different “milieus” with the rest of society, with every social and professional “milieu” claiming its rights but acknowledging its responsibilities vis-à-vis the others. (04.08.)

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GCP 06. This puts an end to the black and white division between public actors that manage public interests and private actors that serve private interests. Most importantly, a private actor whose activity has an impact on the public therefore takes on public responsibilities. (04.13.)

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GCP 07. A world public arena must be built and community debates encouraged to ensure the emergence of an international community and democratic world governance. The democratic use of Internet could be a powerful tool to this end. (04.16.)

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GCP 08. Organised civil society constitutes the counterbalance required, in particular by calling governments to account and contributing to a permanent audit of multilateral institutions. (04.17.)

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