Going Beyond Zero Hunger with Good Food for All

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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View this newsletter in your browser EDITORIAL: Mobilizing across the globe to achieve the Agenda 2030 – #Act4SDGs Breaking the human rights gridlock by embracing the Sustainable Development Goals Make Europe Poverty Free SPAIN: What would the world be like if we had no prejudice of each other based on where we were born and what we […]

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Mobilizing across the globe to achieve the Agenda 2030 – #Act4SDGs

By Ingo Ritz, Global Call to Action Against Poverty (GCAP) On 25 September, a million people in 1,248 cities & communities in 143 countries came together in 1,666 actions across the world for the Global Day of Action 2018 – Act4SDGs to mark the anniversary of the Sustainable Development Goals and the Agenda 2030. Globally, […]

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Localizing SDGs through Capacity Building: mission possible

By NGO Diversity Development Group (DDG) Localizing SDGs through Capacity Building (LoCaB) project was implemented from June – October 2018 in Lithuania. The underlying aim of the LoCab project was to raise awareness on links between inequalities with cross-cutting approach on international migration and encourage local actors to localize SDGs. The main course of action for […]

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Act4SDGs in Greece – #17days17goalsgr

From September 14th to 30th September, the Hellenic Platform for Development coordinated the largest raising awareness campaign in Greece for the Global Goals, on the occasion of the completion of the three years since their adoption and within the framework of the project Make Europe Sustainable for All. More than 360,000 citizens were informed about […]

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By European Anti-Poverty Network (EAPN) The General Assembly of the European Anti-Poverty Network met in Vienna, just one week after the Post-growth Conference at the European Parliament and two weeks after President Juncker’s State of the Union address. The meeting took place at a time of rapid political and social change, with the coming European […]

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Newsletter from the SDG Watch Europe network –  Special SDG Anniversary 2018

EDITORIAL: Manifesto for a Sustainable Europe for its Citizens Let’s Make Romania and Europe Sustainable for All #Act4SDGs – Dublin: Rally hears calls for greater progress by Ireland on UN goals #Act4SDGs – Italy: Mobilizations across Italy, Agenda 2030 monitoring report & video on the SDGs #Act4SDGs – Netherlands – “The Netherlands in the next gear […]

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#Act4SDGs – Italy: Mobilizations across Italy, Agenda 2030 monitoring report & video on the SDGs

For the 3rd anniversary of the 2030 Agenda on 25 September 2018, the Italian Alliance for Sustainable Development (ASviS) has put together a video on the mobilization of many people and organizations for the #ACT4SDGs campaign. In addition, Asvis have put together a fantastic video on all 17 SDGs. You can also read GCAP Italia’s […]

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#Act4SDGs – Spain: Global Day of Action in Zaragoza

By Aranzazu Romero, ECODES In Spain, ECODES (part of the Spanish Platform Futuro en Común) organized stunts in several town squares, including in Zaragoza. Other local NGOs including ACPP (Asociación de Cooperación por la Paz), Aragón FISC, Hermanamiento León Nicaragua and Arapaz also coordinated and took part in the actions.

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