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Gandhian way : peace, non-violence, and empowerment / edited by Anand Sharma.

By: International Conference on Peace, Non-violence, and Empowerment: Gandhian Philosophy in the 21st Century (2007 : New Delhi, India).
Contributor(s): Sharma, Anand, 1953- | Indian National Congress | Academic Foundation (New Delhi, India).
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New Delhi : Academic Foundation, c2007Description: 320 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9788171886487; 8171886485.Subject(s): Gandhi Mahatma 1869-1948 -- Philosophy -- Congresses | Passive resistance -- Congresses | Peace-building -- CongressesAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Gandhian way.Online resources: Contributor biographical information | Publisher description
Contents:
The sacred warrior / Nelson Mandela -- Rediscovering the Mahatma's way / Sonia Gandhi -- Celebrating Satyagraha: assertion of human dignity and spirit / Manmohan Singh -- Poverty, injustice and world peace / Muhammad Yunus -- The spirit of togetherness / Desmond Tutu -- Building a new world order / Ela Gandhi -- Re-launching the Satyagraha movement / Kenneth Kaunda -- Overcoming the new divisions / Lech Walesa -- Immortality of Gandhian philosophy / Pranab Mukherjee -- Promoting Gandhian philosophy / Nasser al-Kidwa -- True world citizenship / Abdelaziz Bouteflicka -- Gandhi's answer: neither peace nor war but non-violent struggle / Gene Sharp -- Restoring the theme of non-violence / Francesco Rutelli -- Power of peaceful transformation / Ahmed Kathrada -- Relevance of Gandhi in the political world today /Radha Kumar -- New purpose of leadership: less to rule, more to educate / George Papandreou -- Co-operation for viable and sustainable social and political order / Maumoon Abdul Gayoom -- A new Satyagraha / Janez Drnovs̆ek -- Peaceful resolution of conflicts / Jusuf Kalla -- Reviving the Gandhian philosophy / Abune Paulos -- World voices / Liu Hongcai (China), Pawel Zalewski (Poland), Lyonpo Khandu Wangchuk (Bhutan) , Ramesh Chennithala (India), Farooq Sattar (Pakistan), Navnit Dholakia (United Kingdom), Sadok Fayala (Tunisia), Mohamed Ali Rustam (Malaysia), Pradip Giri (Nepal), Karen Balcázar Cronenbold (Bolivia) --
Gandhi on poverty eradication and people's empowerment / Bhikhu Parekh -- The next big social innovation: democratising commerce / C.K. Prahalad -- Poverty alleviation through empowerment / Navinchadra Ramgoolam -- Equality of empowerment / Edward Samuel Miliband -- Peaceful coexistence / Gianni Vernetti -- Keeping non-violence alive / Hawa Ahmed Youssouf -- Social and economic transparency / Asma Jahangir -- Equality of education / Marianne Mikko -- World voices / Sergey Y. Glazyev (Russia), Conceita Xavier Sortane (Mozambique), Chaturon Chaisaeng (Thailand), Ken Nnamani (Nigeria), Kirti Menon ( South Africa), Sunderlal Bahuguna (India), Sumitra Kulkarni (India), Rául Valdés Vivó (Cuba) -- Dialogue between cultures: understanding the contributions of India and South Africa / Essop Pahad -- Dialogue among peoples and cultures / Mushirul Hasan -- Overcoming the new face of violence / Asfandyar Wali Khan -- Gandhi's dialogue on civilization / Rajiv Vora -- Global coexistence : development leading to freedom and peace / Mewa Ramgobin -- Time for peace and dialogue / Mahdi Agha Alikhani -- True dialogue: acceptance of universal and local values / Joa̋o Cravinho -- World voices / Michael Chilufaya Sata (Zambia), Pradip Giri (Nepal), Samy Gemayel (Lebanon), Hilde Rapp (United Kingdom), Nouzha Chekrouni (Morocco), Anwar Fazal (Malaysia), Kirunda Kivejinja (Uganda), Salman Khurshid (India) --
Countering hatred and violence through Shanti Sena / Chaiwat Satha-Anand -- Creating a world free of nuclear weapons / Tzannis Tzannetakis -- Cooperation and dialogue / Jos Chabert -- Investing in peace / Paul van Tongeren -- World voices / Mosiuoa Gerard Patrick Lekota (South Africa), Jürgen Störk (Switzerland), Antonio Marques Porto e Santos (Brazil), Kenneth Kaunda (Zambia), Kefenste Mzwinila (Botswana), George Khutsishvili (Georgia), Charles Namoloh (Namibia).
Summary: Contributed papers presented at the International Conference on Peace, Non-violence, and Empowerment: Gandhian Philosophy in the 21st Century, convened by the Indian National Congress in New Delhi on January 29-30, 2007.
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"Indian National Congress."

"Celebrating hundred years of 'Satyagraha' (1906-2006)"--P. facing t.p.

Contributed papers presented at the International Conference on Peace, Non-violence, and Empowerment: Gandhian Philosophy in the 21st Century, convened by the Indian National Congress in New Delhi on January 29-30, 2007.

The sacred warrior / Nelson Mandela -- Rediscovering the Mahatma's way / Sonia Gandhi -- Celebrating Satyagraha: assertion of human dignity and spirit / Manmohan Singh -- Poverty, injustice and world peace / Muhammad Yunus -- The spirit of togetherness / Desmond Tutu -- Building a new world order / Ela Gandhi -- Re-launching the Satyagraha movement / Kenneth Kaunda -- Overcoming the new divisions / Lech Walesa -- Immortality of Gandhian philosophy / Pranab Mukherjee -- Promoting Gandhian philosophy / Nasser al-Kidwa -- True world citizenship / Abdelaziz Bouteflicka -- Gandhi's answer: neither peace nor war but non-violent struggle / Gene Sharp -- Restoring the theme of non-violence / Francesco Rutelli -- Power of peaceful transformation / Ahmed Kathrada -- Relevance of Gandhi in the political world today /Radha Kumar -- New purpose of leadership: less to rule, more to educate / George Papandreou -- Co-operation for viable and sustainable social and political order / Maumoon Abdul Gayoom -- A new Satyagraha / Janez Drnovs̆ek -- Peaceful resolution of conflicts / Jusuf Kalla -- Reviving the Gandhian philosophy / Abune Paulos -- World voices / Liu Hongcai (China), Pawel Zalewski (Poland), Lyonpo Khandu Wangchuk (Bhutan) , Ramesh Chennithala (India), Farooq Sattar (Pakistan), Navnit Dholakia (United Kingdom), Sadok Fayala (Tunisia), Mohamed Ali Rustam (Malaysia), Pradip Giri (Nepal), Karen Balcázar Cronenbold (Bolivia) --

Gandhi on poverty eradication and people's empowerment / Bhikhu Parekh -- The next big social innovation: democratising commerce / C.K. Prahalad -- Poverty alleviation through empowerment / Navinchadra Ramgoolam -- Equality of empowerment / Edward Samuel Miliband -- Peaceful coexistence / Gianni Vernetti -- Keeping non-violence alive / Hawa Ahmed Youssouf -- Social and economic transparency / Asma Jahangir -- Equality of education / Marianne Mikko -- World voices / Sergey Y. Glazyev (Russia), Conceita Xavier Sortane (Mozambique), Chaturon Chaisaeng (Thailand), Ken Nnamani (Nigeria), Kirti Menon ( South Africa), Sunderlal Bahuguna (India), Sumitra Kulkarni (India), Rául Valdés Vivó (Cuba) -- Dialogue between cultures: understanding the contributions of India and South Africa / Essop Pahad -- Dialogue among peoples and cultures / Mushirul Hasan -- Overcoming the new face of violence / Asfandyar Wali Khan -- Gandhi's dialogue on civilization / Rajiv Vora -- Global coexistence : development leading to freedom and peace / Mewa Ramgobin -- Time for peace and dialogue / Mahdi Agha Alikhani -- True dialogue: acceptance of universal and local values / Joa̋o Cravinho -- World voices / Michael Chilufaya Sata (Zambia), Pradip Giri (Nepal), Samy Gemayel (Lebanon), Hilde Rapp (United Kingdom), Nouzha Chekrouni (Morocco), Anwar Fazal (Malaysia), Kirunda Kivejinja (Uganda), Salman Khurshid (India) --

Countering hatred and violence through Shanti Sena / Chaiwat Satha-Anand -- Creating a world free of nuclear weapons / Tzannis Tzannetakis -- Cooperation and dialogue / Jos Chabert -- Investing in peace / Paul van Tongeren -- World voices / Mosiuoa Gerard Patrick Lekota (South Africa), Jürgen Störk (Switzerland), Antonio Marques Porto e Santos (Brazil), Kenneth Kaunda (Zambia), Kefenste Mzwinila (Botswana), George Khutsishvili (Georgia), Charles Namoloh (Namibia).

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