2004: A Diversified approach to diffuse the Charter in India
2005: New Fields of Activities for the Charter in India
2007 - The CHR beyond India: International Conferences
2007 - The Media, Eminent Personalities, and the CHR
2007 – A step Beyond the Indian Soil - Journey of Charter
2007: Indian Legal Professionals and the CHR
2007: Indian Schools, Academics, Universities, and the CHR
2007: NGOs, Movements, and the CHR
2007: The CHR in Environmental Education, India
Symposium on "CHR to Promote the Culture of Responsibilities in Nepal"
Published on 9 May 2010
A Brief Review of various Initiatives on Charter of Human Responsibilities in Nepal - 2010
Nepal is facing series of threats and challenges at present context. The issues and problems do not confine within its political system only; it is influencing the whole structure such as socio- cultural and economic development process very adversely. At this juncture, adoption and promotion of cultures of Responsibility is the only access, which can offer the right track to address such issues.
With this view, Rahat a research oriented social organization, based at Kathmandu, Nepal and also a part of CHR Asia Alliance, came forward with this ambitious agenda launching of CHR to promote the cultures of Responsibility in Nepal.
The specific initiatives and endeavors are illustrated briefly as follows:
Formation of Rahat CHR core group Nepal
On 1st February 2010 CHR core group Nepal was formulated comprising of nine members from the various key sectors and professions, such as senior politician, joint secretary of Nepal government, academic, advocate, high level personal from social welfare council / gender and development sectors, activists, and development experts etc. The CHR core group is chaired by Rahat.
The first meeting was held on 3rd February 2010 at Kathmandu, which was covered by National Daily- Nepal Samachar Patra on its regular issue of 4th February 2010. As per the mandate of the meeting, a brochure/leaflet was prepared by Rahat with the background, vision and mission of CHR which included its ten guiding principles along with Rahat’s commitment, stand and implementing strategies. Similarly another prime resolution of the meeting was to organize a high level symposium on CHR to promote the culture of responsibilities in Nepal, which was very effectively and successfully carried out on 23rd February, 2010 at Kathmandu, this was followed by series of events, such as: conducting class for university students, Meeting with high level government officials in Election Commission, NGO visits and Consultations with partner organizations, observations analysis, monitoring and evaluation on CHR launching and Responsibilities Culture promotion symposium /events in Rahat CHR core group Nepal Meeting.
A week Long Follow- up Events for: Charter Of Human Responsibilities / CHR to promote the Culture Of Responsibilities in Nepal:
Major outcome: The Joint Secretary suggested Rahat to write an official letter to The Election Commission with CHR and its application in the Election Commission.
A consultation meeting for networking and coordination of the program was organized in Crehpa’s office. A brief introductory remark on CHR and its guiding principles was highlighted by Ms. Reddy. Dr. Madhavi Singh briefed the Nepalese scenario and also gave a short review on CHR with its relevancy and need in Nepalese prospective. Almost ten organizations have been identified for the Networking at this initial phase which will be obviously enlarged and extended to the possible extent. Representatives from the various organizations forwarded their queries regarding CHR.
February 27, 2010
Recent Developments on CHR
a. Developing  a ’Folder for Rahat’s Stand and Initiatives on CHR’ consisting all materials along with its future strategies and to submit it with organizational request for the application of CHR in the high level national concerned sectors.
Dr. Madhavi Singh, Rahat, Nepal & Ms. Sudha Reddy, Asia Coordinator, India
 Developed a folder consisting of all relevant documents about Rahat’s initiation on CHR, with an institutional covering letter to submit to the following authorities: President’s office, Prime Minister’s office, Constituent Assembly, National Planning Commission, Bar Association, National Human Right Commission, NGO/ INGO Federation etc within two weeks and to organize a press release for media coverage.