Fondation Charles Léopold Mayer pour le progrès de l'homme (FPH)

Charles Léopold Mayer Foundation for the Progress of Humankind
Fundación Charles Léopold Mayer para el Progreso del Hombre
Charles Léopold Mayer Stiftung für den Fortschritt des Menschen

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History

Founded 1982, as Foundation for the Progress of Humanity -- Fondation pour le progrès de l'homme -- Fundación para el Progreso del Hombre -- Stiftung für den Fortschritt des Menschen. Also sometimes referred to as International Foundation for Human Progress. Present name adopted Feb 1996. Registered in accordance with Swiss Civil Code.

Aims

Contribute to long-term mutations of our societies by supporting the emergence of a world community capable of designing and conducting 3 major mutations: new social, political and institutions regulations from local to global (the governance revolution); a common ethical foundation (the Charter of Human Responsibilities); new development models. Seek a constant coming and going between diversity, expressed in its different dimensions, and unity, expressed through a constant attention to the management of relations and to territorial consistency.

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Grants awards, finances research and other activities that contribute in a significant and innovative way to the progress of humankind through science and social development. Implements guidelines by combining 3 forms of action: promotion of ideas and proposals; support to the emergence of socially responsible alliances; promotion and improvement of the methods. Thematic areas: general governance principles applied at different levels; governance and territories; State reform; world governance; ethics and responsibility; alternative modes of development.

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Relations with 6 non-governmental organizations.
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Subjects *

  • Mankind
    • Mankind
  • Development
    • Progress

UIA Org ID

F3029

Last News Received

30. Jul 2013
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