Newsletter from the SDG Watch Europe network –  NOV 2018

View this newsletter in your browser EDITORIAL: The unbearable burden of inequalities (or the 2030 agenda as a roadmap to fight inequalities in Europe) Help end the child poverty plaguing Europe Going Beyond Zero Hunger with Good Food for All  SDSN discusses “The SDGs and the Future of Europe” SPAIN: Launch of the 2018 SDG Spanish Cities […]

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The unbearable burden of inequalities (or the 2030 Agenda as a roadmap to fight inequalities in Europe)

by Alissa Ghils and Barbara Caracciolo [The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors] The 2030 Agenda relevance within EU domestic policies Three years after its adoption, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development has not yet been fully incorporated in EU domestic policies and it is still considered, largely, as […]

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Launch of the 2018 SDG Spanish Cities Index

By Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) Spain / REDS (Red Española para el Desarrollo Sostenible) On 16 October 2018 the Spanish SDSN Network, REDS launched the SDG Spanish Cities Index report showing the progress of 100 Spanish cities towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The event included an intervention by the Spanish Minister of Environment […]

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SDSN discusses “The SDGs and the Future of Europe”

By UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) The conference “The SDGs and the Future of Europe”, organized by the European Network for Political Foundations (ENoP) and the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) took place in Bonn, Germany on 15 October 2018. More than 130 participants from over 20 European countries attended the conference and public […]

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Help end the child poverty plaguing Europe

By the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights Almost 25 million children in the EU live in low income households where living conditions are unacceptable and hunger is common. Inadequate education and healthcare threaten their fundamental rights and deprive them of opportunities to escape the poverty cycle, finds the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights […]

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