The UN World Water Development Report 2015, Water for a Sustainable World

The 2015 edition of the United Nations World Water Development Report (WWDR 2015), titled Water for a Sustainable World, will be launched at the official celebration of the World Water Day. The WWDR 2015 demonstrates how water resources and services are essential to achieving global sustainability. Taking account of economic growth, social equity and environmental sustainability, […]

Water and Sustainable Development: One Voice From Zaragoza

www.unwater.org The UN-Water Annual International Zaragoza Conference was held in January and kicked off the year that will shine a spotlight on water and sustainable development.    “2015 is an important year. An important year for disaster risk reduction, an important year for climate and an important year for water,” said the UN-Water Chair, Michel Jarraud […]

Involving Youth in the Sustainable Development Goals: the ECOSOC Youth Forum

  From the 2nd to the 3rd of February, the ECOSOC (Economic and Social Council) Youth Forum brought together UN Member States, UN agencies, youth delegates, representatives of youth organisations and other young people in the UN Headquarters in New York City. The sessions focused on youth engagement in the transition from MDGs (Millennium Development Goals) to SDGs […]

JUNE 5TH—World Environmental Day—Our call: PAY FORWARD

By Marta Benavides, GCAP Global Co Chair, and the Feminist Task Force/FTF, SIGLO XXIII Movement for Culture of Peace, El Salvador Today, given the very negative conditions of the World and the Planet, it is urgent to see and understand that the various crisis being faced by humanity and planet are deep, dangerous, urgent and […]

Interview with Ms. Cecile Guidote-Alvarez Director, UNESCO DREAM Center, Philippines

Javier Collado Ruano: Dear readers, today we have the opportunity to learn from a big activist and a distinguished theatre artists in drama, music, literacy, arts, dance, visual and martial arts. Her name is Cecile Guidote-Alvarez and she is the Director of the Philippine Center of International Theater Institute/Earthsavers UNESCO DREAM Center. I met her in […]

Reflections for the 21st Century: On How to Discern on the Importance of International Women’s Day

 By Marta Benavides, GCAP Global Co Chair, and the Feminist Task Force/FTF, SIGLO XXIII Movement for Culture of Peace, El Salvador . The International day of Women was created in recognition and to celebrate the Rights of women workers, in order to promote their participation in the struggle for equity and equality, which presently is one […]

HELIOS LIFE ASSOCIATION

www.helioslife.org ORGANIZATION PROFILE Helios Life is a non-profit, non-governmental association, established and accredited in Switzerland. Our goals are revolving around supporting and fostering education, development, awareness, unity in diversity. Since 2011 Helios Life Association is in consultative status with United Nations ECOSOC.   Our activities: • Holding free life empowerment seminars, lectures and workshops • Issuing public […]

Human Rights: From a Cosmological Anthropic Principle to the Molecular Revolution of Quantum Consciousness

Versión castellano AMANDLA! Global Education Magazine is based on a new awareness focused on ethics, solidarity and cooperation as essential values for the common future of humanity. A humanity which has a complex pluriculturalism, which is inherited from the same genetic code: cosmic-biological and cultural-historical, as we proceed from the same cosmic post-Big Bang evolution. […]

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The Reversibility of Economic Social and Cultural Rights in Crisis Contexts

 Felipe Gómez Isa Lecturer in Public International Law and researcher for the human rights institute, Instituto de Derechos Humanos Pedro Arrupe at Deusto University, Bilbao, (Basque Country, Spain) e-mail: [email protected] / web: www.idh.deusto.es . Abstract: International human rights law has increasingly imposed clearer and more precise obligations on states in the area of ESCRs. But at the same […]

Forever Kids Kenya

www.foreverkidskenya.com Forever Kids Kenya is a registered Swiss non-profit organization with the aim of promoting quality basic education among underprivileged kids in urban slums of Kenya. Every child has the right to basic school education. Many kids are deprived of this basic human right due to a life in impoverished conditions and a lack of […]

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