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Feminists at UNEA-4 Continue the Call for the Right to a Healthy and Sustainable Environment

By Women’s Major Group Reflecting on the outcomes of the 4th Meeting of the United Nations Environment Assembly in Nairobi, Kenya (UNEA-4), the Women’s Major Group offered the following Statement: Feminists at UNEA-4 Continue the Call for the Right to a Healthy and Sustainable Environment. Nairobi, Kenya. The conclusion of UNEA-4 saw a landmark resolution […]

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By Equinet Ahead of European Parliament elections in 2019, as well as continuous elections happening at local, regional and national level around Europe, Equinet has developed a recommendation to be considered by political parties, candidates and media outlets (including social media) which focuses on the general principle of equality, prohibition of discrimination, tackling hate speech, […]

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By the European Humanist Federation Between 23 and 26 May, European citizens will be called to vote in the European elections. In many countries, these elections are considered inferior elections and campaigns often focus on national politics or on expressing discontent towards the government. However, the outcomes of European elections are fundamental as they will […]

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By Patrizia Heidegger, EEB I joined thousands of international delegates and national ministers in Nairobi calling for solutions to save the planet. Here’s what happened. Just imagine the crowd at the 4th UN Environment Assembly last week in Nairobi: over 4,000 delegates, 100 environment ministers and selected heads of state, including French President Emmanuel Macron. […]

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Brave New World: A conference experiment from the future

By Ramona Bruck, Forum Umwelt & Entwicklung (German Forum on Environment and Development) “The year 2048 is close to becoming a remarkable breakthrough for German sustainability policy. After thorough negotiations, the government managed to published the two-year action plan ‘Save Sustainability’ which might give a new momentum for the implementation of the ’Governance Goals on […]

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#Vote4Values Tracker: Affect the EU Elections and Protect Fundamental Values

by Israel Butler, LibertiesEU Is the party you’re thinking of voting for in bed with parties from other countries that are violating basic values? If you’re voting centre left, centre right or liberal, then the answer is yes. If mainstream political groups kicked out their bad apples, could they make a majority coalition committed to […]

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MY World 360°

By Digital Promise Global Recognising the experiential storytelling potential of immersive technologies like virtual reality, Digital Promise Global, the United Nations SDG Action Campaign, and Oculus have launched MY World 360°, supporting youth worldwide to create 360° media as a way to share their perspectives and advance positive action toward the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). […]

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Invitation to contribute to ECOSOC thematic report on the long-term impact of current trends in the economic, social and environmental areas on the realization of the SDGs

By DESA/OISC Held on an annual basis, the High-level Segment of ECOSOC represents the culmination of ECOSOC’s annual cycle of work and convenes a diverse group of high-level representatives from Government, the private sector, civil society and academia for policy dialogue, review, and recommendations on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and other internationally agreed […]

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Our homes are where Europe’s future starts. Housing Europe Manifesto for the European Elections 2019

By Housing Europe Why investing in public, cooperative and social housing is the best return on investment for Europe. The scope of Europe’s housing challenge, the housing providers’ offer, the needs in the post-2020 EU and Housing Europe’s proposals. Stay tuned with our campaign all the way up until May when the European Elections will […]

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