Fighting against cancer, combating gender violence or violence against women, campaigns to fight childhood maladies... We put on the table social action initiatives to support people who are suffering, having into account their integration and their quality of life.
Plastic has reached the deepest point on the planet, a place - the Challenger Deep- located 11,000 metres below sea level where very few people have visited. This discovery is the best proof of the magnitude of the problem and that the time has come to become aware of it and do everything possible to reverse the situation.
We want to create a more sustainable world, with stable economies and more just and inclusive societies. A difficult but not unattainable target if we can count on involvement of governments, institutions, businesses, and, above all, a responsible and committed public.
Kids should start their environmental education at school. The fate of the planet will be in their hands, so it is crucial for them to learn how to use resources wisely and do their bit in the battle against climate change from an early age. The results of this difficult test could be a better, more sustainable and inhabitable world.
Peace, stability, human rights and effective governance based on the rule of law are prerequisites for sustainable development and global prosperity. Accordingly, it is essential that policies be put in place both nationally and internationally to help developing countries manage their debt and to encourage investment.
Education is transformational, and promoting education for all is fundamental for the achievement of the other SDGs. Although there have been important advances in relation to school enrolment rates in recent years, much remains to be done.