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What moves you when it comes to sustainability?

What moves you when it comes to sustainability?

Theresa Frank, Global Survey Project Manager, Schlange & Co. GmbH Worldwide survey launched – everyone can participate Survey “Global Survey on Sustainability and the SDGs” launched. Worldwide reach, unique coverage of different perspectives – everyone can participate. In 2015, the UN General Assembly adopted 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as part of the 2030 Agenda […]

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The next European Parliament must commit to making Europe Poverty Free

By Leo Williams Director European Anti-Poverty Network (EAPN) and Carlos Susias President EAPN On 9 May 1950, Robert Schuman, one of the founders of the European Union, set out his vision for a future of Europe – a vision in which war between France and Germany would be “not merely unthinkable, but materially impossible”. Almost […]

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Commission must use sustainability ‘reflection’ paper as stepping stone to strategy with real teeth

By the European Environmental Bureau A long-awaited European Commission ‘reflection paper’ on how to make the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) a reality has finally seen the light of day – over three years since EU governments committed to the goals. The European Environmental Bureau (EEB) welcomed the paper as a useful input to a […]

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REACTION OF SDG WATCH EUROPE TO THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION REFLECTION PAPER: TOWARDS A SUSTAINABLE EUROPE BY 2030

By the SDG Watch Europe In the best case: 4 years after the adoption of the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the EU considers this agenda as the overarching strategy for the Future of Europe. In general: In 2015 the European Commission and member states committed themselves to achieve the 2030 Agenda, including the […]

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REACTION OF SDG WATCH EUROPE on EUROPEAN COMMISSION REFLECTION PAPER “TOWARDS A SUSTAINABLE EUROPE BY 2030”

In 2015 the European Commission and member states committed themselves to achieve the 2030 Agenda, including the 17 SDGs in 2030. Since then a lot is said, less is done. SDG Watch Europe and many civil society groups with us, asked for a concrete Plan of Implementation to achieve those goals. This week, 3,5 years […]

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  View this email in your browser Reclaiming EU research and innovation as a public good – Global Health Advocates The SDGtoolkit – EEB Vote Volunteering Vision Campaign – CEV  ALDA funds 10 most innovative actions to raise awareness #EuropeForPatients – our campaign to the 2019 European elections- EPF ANNOUNCEMENTS:  EU Crystal Ball Take part […]

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#EuropeForPatients – our campaign to the 2019 European elections

By Emily Bowles, EPF EPF is campaigning to put what matters to patients at the heart of EU health policy, and make health an issue that gets citizens to cast their votes and make a difference in the European elections to be held this year in May. In this important pre-election period hopefully leading to […]

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ALDA funds 10 most innovative actions to raise awareness

By ALDA The upcoming European Parliament elections taking place in May 2019 are crucial for the future of the European project –for our future. All over Europe, 18-year old citizens will be called to vote for the European Parliament. For thousands of people, it will be the first opportunity to exercise their right to vote. […]

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Vote Volunteering Vision Campaign

By CEV, the European Volunteer Centre CEV  launches the Vote Volunteer Vision campaign in preparation of the 2019 European Parliament Elections building from the previous campaign we implemented in 2014. The campaign aims to:      Support voluntary sector organisations in their advocacy work at national level by providing tools to be used in the interaction with […]

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