The Assembly achieved its three objectives. It made it possible to verify that distinguished persons from all social and professional contexts and from all regions of the world were willing and capable of dialogue despite the real difficulties they faced in understanding each other. It reached a consensus on the interest and importance of a Charter of Human Responsibilities as a third pillar of international life and it enhanced the formulation of the Charter. It drew up the main lines of an Agenda for the twenty-first century by setting out to search for points of agreement on the priorities for change. It showed, in particular, that the proposals by the different social and professional spheres were very convergent. In addition, there was a tremendous convergence between the Agenda resulting from the Assembly and the strategic lines resulting from the work of the Alliance.

Socioprofessionnal Reports

Charter of Human Responsibilities

Thematic Reports

DPH Records

Regional Reports

An Agenda for the 21th century


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