Humanism - a new idea
Climate change, ethical issues raised by the boom in biomedical and digital technologies, and the ongoing economic and political crises are all threats hanging over the future of mankind. If it is to rise to these global challenges, 21st century humanism will have to be based on principles of interculturality, say the specialists. Mireille Delmas-Marty, Mahmoud Hussein and Sanjay Seth are just a few of the specialists who provide an informed insight into various aspects of the humanist project which, for the first time, has acquired a universal dimension. Alongside the main feature, Antonio Skármeta shares his ideas on the future of the book. Our guest, Forest Whitaker, talks about his commitment to the cause of child soldiers.
The UNESCO Courier 2011/4 - Humanism - a new idea.
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The UNESCO Courier 2011/4 - Humanism - a new idea
Where is humanism going? Sanjay Seth
I am because you are, Michael Onyebuchi Eze
What happened to hospitality? Asimina Karavanta
Justice and dignity, Paulette Dieterlen
Towards a humanist turn, Oliver Kozlarek
The Muslim phase of humanism, Mahmoud Hussein
For a world of harmony, Liu Ji
Humanizing globalization, Mireille Delmas-Marty, interviewed by Jasmina Šopova
Welcome to the Anthropocene, Ruth Irwin
Dreams of science, Michal Meyer
ioethics: unimagined challenges, Salvador Bergel
Seven pointers for the future of mankind, Cristovam Buarque
Child soldiers: a new life ahead, Forest Whitaker interviewed by Katerina Markelova
A special place for the imagination, Antonio Skármeta
The flight of Prudence, as told by Roger Ross Williams to Cathy Nolan
UNESCO welcomes Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz, Alsou Abramova, Blaise Compaoré, Roger-Pol Droit, Jorge Edwards, Ángeles González-Sinde, The Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo, Herbie Hancock, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, Pascal Irénée Koupaki,Julia Kristeva, Alassane Dramane Ouattara, Brigi Rafini, Roberto Toscano, Abdoulaye Wade ...
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