An International Conference on the contribution of religions to the Sustainable Development Goals took place in the Vatican from March 7th to 9th. Read a retrospect by Prof. Katherine Marshall here.
The UNCSW63 is currently taking place at the UN Headquarters in New York.
The conference entitled “Religions and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)" held from March 7th to 9th in Rome was presented at a press conference in the Vatican on March 5.
The PaRD work-stream Sustaining Peace and like-minded partners are convening a high-level event on March 6th in Geneva.
Arigatou International conducts this study in collaboration with the Office of the UN Special Representative of the Secretary General on Violence against Children.
Several PaRD members will contribute their expertise and insights to this consultation titled Cooption or Cooperation – A South African And German Dialogue in Tutzing, Germany on February 13th to 15th, 2019.
In October 2018, more than 180 people representing more than 80 faith-based organizations met in Rome to develop an action plan for Faith Action for Children on the Move.
The ACT Alliance appeals to churches, faith groups, civil society, and governments to continue to increase ambition to combat climate change, and to keep the needs of the most vulnerable at the forefront of the negotiations and action.
“Building Consensus for Fair and Sustainable Development: Religious Contributions for a Dignified Future" was the theme for the Forum held in September in Buenos Aires.
This joint plan published by the Global Partners Forum organizing partners aims to strengthen faith action for the care and protection of children on the move.