What would the world be like if we had no prejudice of each other based on where we were born and what we looked like?

By Asociación La Bolina Ibriham Sow, asylum seeker from Guinea Conakry, asked this question during a video co-creation workshop on SDG #10 Reduced Inequalities; which inspired 20 migrants, refugees and locals to make a film on fighting prejudice and celebrating diversity in Granada, Spain. This was one of the 12 activities in Refugee Week Granada […]

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Breaking the human rights gridlock by embracing the Sustainable Development Goals

By Ted Piccone April 17, 2018 The dangers of a growing global divergence on human rights, with the rise of authoritarian powers, might be avoided by embracing the global consensus of rights-based development encompassed in the SDGs. On balance, the international agenda for human rights is in deep trouble. From a geopolitical standpoint, the United States […]

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