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Reducing inequality (SDG 10) is essential to achieve other SDGs

29 February 2016
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José María Vera The post-2015 development agenda, Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development  whose overall purpose is to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), represents a considerable progress compared with its predecessor, the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) even as a common characteristic is their universality that requires ambition towards structural change....
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Edujesuit: Communicating and collaborating on the right to quality education

15 October 2015
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Paula Sendín The right to a life-long learning quality education for every person without any discrimination is the challenge taken up by the Global Ignatian Advocacy Network (GIAN)-Education, a right to quality education network and collaboration of Jesuit organizations joining efforts and resources to respond to this challenge. Understanding the overarching importance of communication...
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Global faith communities respond to Global Goals

15 October 2015
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Paula Sendín interviewing Patxi Álvarez de los Mozos, SJ The Society of Jesus, through its Social Justice and Ecology Secretariat (SJES), joined two global meetings last September that explored ways by which faith-based communities and religious institutions can respond to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), getting known more now as the Global Goals. Patxi...
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Shaping the future we want: Education for sustainability

31 August 2015
La Curación de la Tierra es un texto electrónico de ciencia viva ambiental para aumentar la conciencia de los problemas ambientales de nuestro planeta a través de las perspectivas adicionales de la ética, la espiritualidad y la acción. Escrito por 90 académicos de las universidades jesuitas de todo el mundo, es un libro de texto electrónico gratis para los estudiantes universitarios de primer año, cuarto año los estudiantes de secundaria y estudiantes adultos. Foto de: Jesuit Ecology Project/Loyola University Chicago

GIAN-Ecology The post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals serves as a framework for global development efforts for the next 15 years. The post-2015 education for all agenda  is an integral part of the sustainable development agenda, which was developed through a broad and inclusive consultative process. In shaping the future we want, we have to create...
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Can the sustainable development goals help transform the world by 2030?

31 August 2015
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Mariel de Jesus In 2000, the global community took on the serious task of addressing the world’s most pressing development problems. The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) laid out specific, time-bound objectives with the aim of improving the situation of the poorest of the poor. Now that the MDG period is officially ending, the question...
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A call to dialogue on sustainability science and values

31 July 2015
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The Global Ignatian Advocacy Network (GIAN)-Ecology continues to pursue the call to dialogue on sustainability science and values that emerged from previous discussions in Stockholm, Sweden in 2013  and in Bukidnon, Philippines last year. The release of the papal environment encyclical, Laudato si’, has made this call for dialogue more urgent. Discussions for action...
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Post-Sendai 2015: A new 15-year global agreement to measure, finance, and implement more effective disaster risk reduction towards reduced vulnerability and increased resilience

15 April 2015
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Mariel de Jesus and Sylvia Miclat Four priority actions to achieve seven global targets in responding more effectively to disaster risk reduction in the next 15 years emerged as the Sendai Declaration or the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030 was finalized after lengthy meetings that went on through the night of the...
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Preparing to tackle SDGs for the water in the world we want

30 March 2015
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In an effort to keep moving water-related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the UN launched in February 2015 a report outlining what must be done within the world’s water system. Water in the world we want, a publication by the UN University-Institute for Water, Environment and Health, warns that without major new investments related to...
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Shifting minds and hearts for a sustainable world: The Stockholm Dialogue on sustainability science and values

31 October 2014
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By the Global Ignatian Advocacy Network (GIAN)-Ecology The Stockholm Dialogue is premised on the realities that our planet’s fragility and humanity’s vulnerability are increasingly laid bare through the environmental and social concerns that challenge our generation. Prevailing social and economic development models can no longer remain indifferent to these realities. And responding to this challenge...
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Development action agenda post-2015: CLC at the 65th UNDPI/NGO Conference 2014

30 September 2014
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Ann Marie Brennan With the youth as an integral part of development, two young adults read the 13-page Conference Outcome Document Declaration of the 65th Annual UN Department of Public Information (DPI)/NGO Conference with the theme “2015 and Beyond: Our Action Agenda,” a distillation of presentations and discussions involving civil society to address the...
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