Activities 2012

ENERO (27 Y 28)

DAYS "THE NEW SPIRITUALITY IN THE CURRENT WORLD"

Revaluation of humanist moments in different cultures.

Current discrimination situation evaluation.

JUNE (30)

LAUNCH DIFFUSION CAMPAIGN WITH VIEWS TO THE NOVEMBER SYMPOSIUM.

Definition of different areas of work and of presentations. Selection of all the papers presented so far, according to their research value and coincidence in the objective of the Symposium.

OCTOBER (6 AND 7)

CONGRESS "NON-VIOLENT ALTERNATIVES TO THE SOCIAL AND PERSONAL CRISIS".

Promoted by: Pangea, World Center for Humanist Studies and Convergence of Cultures.

Presentations:

Nonviolence in: Education, interracial, economic, cultural and religious relations.

NOVEMBER (2, 3 and 4)

INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM "A NEW HUMANISM FOR A NEW CIVILIZATION".

Promoted by Pangea International and the World Center for Humanist Studies.

Presentations:

The limits of current biological research and its possible improvement.

Ultimate methods in pure mathematics and its correlation with fundamentals of thinking.

Changes in the academic curriculum of teaching, with horizontal consultation to educators at the national level.

On January 14 and 15, 2012, a World Meeting of Humanist Studies Centers was held. The event, open to any interested person, took place simultaneously in Punta de Vacas Study and Reflection Parks (between Argentina and Chile) and Toledo Study and Reflection Parks (Spain).

The CEH Ortega y Gasset of Barcelona and Madrid attended the meeting in Toledo, the

On January 14 and 15, 2012, a World Meeting of Humanist Studies Centers was held. The event, open to any interested person, took place simultaneously in Punta de Vacas Study and Reflection Parks (between Argentina and Chile) and Toledo Study and Reflection Parks (Spain).

The CEH Ortega y Gasset of Barcelona and Madrid attended the meeting in Toledo, the CEH Faros de la Humanidad de Madrid, the Humanisme Emergent Center for Research in Barcelona, ​​Mozambique attended a representative of CEH Ubuntu, the Center d'Etudes Humanistes (CMEH) ) of Paris, the CSU Salvatore Puledda of Rome, the CSU TiConZero of Tuscany, as well as other representatives of Study Centers that are in formation in Germany, Oporto and Avignon.

There was also a representation of the team of the World Center for Humanist Studies, and representatives of other European organizations, as well as people interested at a particular level.

During these two days of exchange, we were able to see first-hand how diverse and numerous the activities that the different centers are carrying out in different areas, such as university, artistic, social, etc.