Fifty proposals for the alternative development affirming the centrality of the human being

Abstract : Although this idea is progressing and is gradually gaining ground in all fields, it is rarely acted on. The measures taken up do not measure up to the perils: 2.6 million1 unemployed (650 000 more in 2009), creating in our country a situation which cannot last. The return of growth, the State's focus point, does not guarantee a return of the jobs that were lost, made insecure or relocated. And neither will an uncontrolled growth avert the risks to the environment and our children's future. Society is not satisfied with this prospect, it is calling for major changes2: faced with an economy locked up in a race for profit, boosted by globalization and trade financialization, it wishes for development respectful of the people and their environment.
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Jean-Guy Henckel. Fifty proposals for the alternative development affirming the centrality of the human being. 9th International conference of territorial intelligence, ENTI, Strasbourg 2010., Nov 2010, Strasbourg, France. 11p. ⟨halshs-00772549⟩

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