November 12, 2005 - November 13, 2005

West Visayas State University Cultural Center, Iloilo City
Group of Local Professionals to Organize Cultural Event – A Celebration of Positive Images and Initiatives for a Sustainable Future

This celebration is intended to send a strong message that indeed the other Philippines including Panay is already in our midst. The ideas, the talents, the initiatives are there to serve as inspiration for others. The program will thus have a mix of lectures, artistic performances, action-oriented workshops or interactive discussions and exhibits that organically weave and reinforce each together as a whole.

November 24, 2005 - November 26, 2005

Lisbon, Portugal

http://www.esc-rights.org/EN/conference_organization.htm
The conference, organised by CIDESC (International Centre on Economic, Social and Cultural (ESC) Rights) in partnership with Ethical Globalization Initiative and in collaboration with the New University of Lisbon, will focus on global issues and institutions and their impact on local ESC rights. Internationally recognised advocates for human rights will debate how the human rights community can hold increasingly powerful international institutions accountable for their impact on citizens' rights around the world.

December 5, 2005 - December 6, 2005

New Delhi, India

http://www.anuvibha.org/envsw05.html
survival of humanity will be difficult if the principles of modern economics are not recast and moulded in view of the galloping poverty and rapidly crumbling ecological and environmental system. Acharya Mahapragya, a celebrated spiritual thinker and head of a great spiritual movement Anuvrat Movement believes that the commitment of the people to the observance of basic vows propagated by it will go a long way in protecting environment, preserving ecological and social harmony, ending economic exploitation and disparities and in abolishing hunger from the planet.

December 5, 2005 - December 6, 2005

New Delhi, India

http://www.anuvibha.org/envsw05.html
survival of humanity will be difficult if the principles of modern economics are not recast and moulded in view of the galloping poverty and rapidly crumbling ecological and environmental system. Acharya Mahapragya, a celebrated spiritual thinker and head of a great spiritual movement Anuvrat Movement believes that the commitment of the people to the observance of basic vows propagated by it will go a long way in protecting environment, preserving ecological and social harmony, ending economic exploitation and disparities and in abolishing hunger from the planet.