Sign the Manifest form Lima to Paris for a Unversal Declaration of Human Responsibilities

The Alliance for Responsible and Sustainable Societies calls on all networks, collectives, individuals and institutions to sign up the Manifesto for the urgent adoption of a Universal Declaration of Human Responsibilities.

The Manifest from Lima to Paris is a contribution of the South American group, member of the Alliance. The document will be submitted to the organising committee of the COP21.

The Alliance proposes global responsibility to be at the heart of the transition towards sustainable societies.

To access the Manifest online:




also invite you to read the comment on the Manifest of Pierre Calame, Honorary President of the Charles Léopold Mayer Foundation for the Progress of Humankind (FPH) and advisor of the Alliance.

You can also find in YouTube 3 video invitations in Portuguese, French and Spanish. All have English subtitles.

To sign the Manifest please contact Madam Isis de Palma at isis (@) educ-imagens (dot) com (dot) br

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