Workgroup on Values, Culture, and Education

13 Proposal Papers

Go !A New Way of Seeing Things: Women’s Proposals for a More Equitable Society in Greater Solidarity

Go !Art and Cultural Identity in Building a United World
In the same way as myths, art allows us to perceive the mystery of the world, but is also provides lucidity, pleasure and joy. Through it we can penetrate the unknown, in search of partial answers. Poverty is often only considered in its tangible dimension, although the intangibility of the symbolic and spiritual is just as necessary. Art emerges through these elements, creating new links of (...)

Go !Cultural and Cross-cultural Diversity in the Age of Globlization

Go !Education for Active and Responsible Citizenship

Go !Information society, knowledge society: benefiting from change

Go !Interreligious Dialog

Go !Proposals for Education in the Twenty-first Century

Go !Proposals from the Social Monitoring of Science Forum

Go !The Alliance and the Media
What does the media have to say about the ecological imbalances in our world and the increasing social inequalities ? The trend of the media to serve limited social functions gives basis for concern. The abundance of newspapers, journals and TV channels has unfortunately not created diversity of content and social responsibility. It is this social responsibility that should be promoted. (...)

Go !Thinking through University reform

Go !Time and How It’s Used: Proposals for a Sustainable Development

Go !War and Genocide ... Restoring Humanity in Human Beings Faced with Extreme Situations
War and genocide are collective situations. They affect every society concerned by them, sometimes for several generations, for they leave behind material ruin, economic damage (economic regression into poverty and dependence, and development of mafia-type economies), cultural damage (destruction of the cultural heritage and of the education systems, exile or death of artists) and damage of (...)

Go !Youth Action and Proposals for Social Change




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