On Human Identity & Global Governance
We foster a lively and friendly dialogue with representatives of the great world cultures, professors, students, theologians, men and women of field experience and others who have a specific contribution to make in the formulation of new perspectives of hope. Our dialogue is inspired by African village meetings under the palaver tree, driven by a common search for what is real, true and good, welcoming the contribution of each member of the community and respecting his or her freedom and identity.
Our dialoguing activity pursues a dual purpose:
Our dialogue may involve the launching of projects on themes such as universality, the meaning and implementation of subsidiarity, the law of nature, the consensus process, self-determination, real people-centred development.
2. Enterprise and industry (only in French for the moment)