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[GMW #821] A Code of Ethics and Shared Responsibilities

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[GMW #821] A Code of Ethics and Shared Responsibilities
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Religion & Spirituality

~ Idea 301 ~7 May 1995
The United Nations has done a great work for human rights.

But the time has also come to raise the question of human duties and responsibilities.

I am glad that an International Council of Human Duties has been created in Trieste, Italy, under the chairladyship of Professora Rita Levi Montalcini. The Declaration will be submitted to a youth conference in San Francisco on the fiftieth anniversary of the signing of the UN Charter.

I signed the Declaration with delight. I recommend that the UN celebrate in 1998 the 50th anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and begin work on the adoption of a Universal Declaration of Human Duties and Responsibilities.

a code of Ethics and Shared Responsibilities
(The Trieste Declaration)


1. respect human dignity as well as ethnic, cultural and religious diversity.

2. work against racial injustice and all discrimination of women, and the abuse and exploitation of children.

3. work for the improvement in the quality of life of aged and disabled persons.

4. respect human life and condemn the sale of human beings or parts of the living human body.

5. support efforts to improve the life of people suffering from hunger, misery, disease or unemployment.

6. promote effective voluntary family planning in order to regulate world population growth.

7. support actions for an equitable distribution of world resources.

8. avoid energy waste and work for reduction of the use of fossil fuels. Promote the use of inexhaustible energy sources, representing a minimum of environmental and health risks.

9. protect nature from pollution and abuse, promote conservation of natural resources and the restoration of degraded environments.

10. respect and preserve the genetic diversity of living organisms and promote constant scrutiny of the application of genetic technologies.

11. promote improvement of urban and rural regions and support endeavors to eliminate the causes of environmental destruction and impoverishment which can lead to massive migrations of people and overpopulation in urban areas.

12. work for maintenance of world peace, condemn war, terrorism and all other hostile activities by calling for decreased military spending in all countries and of the proliferation and dissemination of arms, in particular, weapons of mass destruction.

signed on 7 May 1995
Robert Muller
University for Peace


Daily Idea Dream Topics: Peace, Idea Dreams 6001-6500, Ending War,
Planet Of Hope, Religion & Spirituality

Robert's Golden Sayings
Creation is beautiful if we love it and ugly if we hate it. Beauty is often a child of our mind. We can be co-creators with God of the beauty of our planet, of Paradise Earth.
If everyone on Earth would sweep in front of his home we would have a clean planet.

My Testament to the UN
-A Contribution to the 50th Anniversary of the United Nations, 1995, Chapter 6

The UN is a heroic organization: it tackles the most intractable problems of humanity: peace, justice, disarmament, human rights, racial equality, hunger, illiteracy, the environment, equality of the sexes, epidemics, drugs, violence, etc. As all heroes, it deserves at least some encouragement and love from the people.

Robert Muller To Be Honored For His
Lifetime Dedication to World Peace and Global Education

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Joan Bokaer
Outstanding Contribution to the Analysis and Coverage of
the Religious Far Right

Dr. Fu-Kiau Bunseki, PhD
Foremost Scholar in America of Central African Traditional Philosophy

Dr. Robert Muller
Lifetime Dedication to World Peace and Global Education

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Honorees for 2005
Joan Bokaer is the founder and director of TheocracyWatch. Her
expertise on the fundamentalist, Pentecostal and Evangelical churches led
her to a public mission to inform and raise awareness about the agenda of
the Religious Right in US government. She is an educator, a nuclear disarmament
and environmental activist and the founder of Eco Village at Ithaca
(New York), a model of innovative approaches to ecological and social

Fu-Kiau K. Bunseki, PhD is a highly distinguished scholar of African
culture and a seminal ¥gure in exploring and revitalizing the Bantu-Kongo
tradition. He is also the author of numerous books. Dr. Bunseki has been a
visiting lecturer at many universities including TuftsÕ Department of Anthropology
and YaleÕs Department of Black Studies. He has consulted for Oxfam
America and the Boston Zoological Society.

Dr. Robert Muller devoted a 38-year career to the United Nations,
focused on world peace. During his tenure, Dr. Muller was called the
ÒPhilosopherÓ and ÒProphet of HopeÓ of the U.N. He retired in the position
of Assistant Secretary-General in 1986. Dr. Muller has made extraordinary
contributions to global education through the development of a World
Core Curriculum, for which he earned the UNESCO Peace Education Prize
in 1989. There are 34 Robert Muller Schools around the world. In addition,
he is Chancellor Emeritus of the UN University for Peace in Costa Rica. In
recognition of his achievements, Dr. Muller received the Albert Schweitzer
International Prize for the Humanities, and the Eleanor Roosevelt Man of
Vision Award. He has also been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize.

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