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20/04/2018
Exhibition of the Exhibition about the Goals of Sustainable Development in the High School Bisbe Berenguer
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In the lobby of the Bisbe Berenguer Institute, the exhibition Cities for global justice: a vision of the objectives of sustainable development has been enjoyed by students, teachers, and staff of the center and listen to the talk about the objectives (ODS), which are the result of a negotiation process that involved the 193 Member States of the UN and also the unprecedented participation of civil society and other interested parties.
1. The Sustainable Development Goals: an ambitious and universal agenda to transform the world. On September 25, 2015, the UN General Assembly adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (UN, 2015). This new global framework for redirecting humanity towards a sustainable path was created after the United Nations Conference on Development
Sustainable (Rio + 20), held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in June 2012, in a three-year process involving the member states of the UN, national studies in which millions of people and thousands of stakeholders have participated. all the world.
The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are at the core of the 2030 Agenda. The SDGs are universal, transformative and inclusive and describe the main development-related challenges facing the SDG.
humanity. The goal of the 17 SDGs is to guarantee a sustainable, peaceful, prosperous and equitable life throughout the world for everyone, now and in the future. The objectives address crucial global challenges for the survival of humanity. Environmental limits and critical thresholds are established for the use of natural resources. The objectives recognize that ending poverty must be accompanied by strategies aimed at
to generate economic growth. They address a range of social needs such as education, health, social protection and job opportunities, as well as climate change and environmental protection. The SDGs face systemic barriers
to sustainable development such as inequality, unsustainable consumption patterns, weak institutional capacity and environmental degradation.
To achieve the objectives it is necessary that each one does his part: governments, the private sector, civil society and every human being in the world. Governments are expected to assume responsibilities and create national frameworks, policies and measures to implement the 2030 Agenda. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development characterized mainly by its universality and its indivisibility. It is addressed to all countries - from the southern hemisphere and the northern hemisphere - as target countries. All countries that subscribe to the 2030 Agenda have to adapt their development efforts in order to promote prosperity by protecting the planet for sustainable development.Thus, with respect to the SDGs, it can be considered that all countries are in the process of developing and all countries have to act urgently.
The 17 Development Goals
Sustainable (ODS):
1. End of poverty. End poverty in all its
forms all over the world
2. Zero hunger. End hunger, get security
nutrition and improving nutrition and promoting
sustainable agriculture
3. Health and well-being Guarantee a healthy life and promote the
welfare for everyone at all ages
4. Quality education. Guarantee inclusive education,
fair and quality and promote opportunities
of lifelong learning for everyone
5. Gender equality. Achieve equality between
gender and empower all women and girls
6. Clean water and sanitation. Guarantee the availability of water
and its sustainable management and sanitation for the whole world
7. Clean and affordable energy. Guarantee access to an energy
Affordable, safe, sustainable and clean for everyone
8. Decent work and economic growth. Promote the
sustained economic growth, inclusive and sustainable,
full and productive occupation and decent work
for everyone
9. Industry, innovation and infrastructures. Build
infrastructures, promote inclusive industrialization and
sustainable and encourage innovation
10. Reduction of inequalities. Reduce inequality to
countries and between countries
11. Sustainable cities and communities. Get the
cities and human settlements are inclusive,
insurance, resilients and sustainable
12. Responsible consumption and production. Guarantee modalities
of sustainable consumption and production
13. Climate action. Adopt urgent measures to combat
climate change and its effects
14. Underwater life. Keep and use so
sustainable oceans, seas and marine resources by
to sustainable development
15. Terrestrial life. Protect, restore and promote the use
sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems,
sustainably forests, fight against
desertification, stop and reverse land degradation
and stop the loss of biodiversity
16. Pau, justice and solid institutions. Promote partnerships
peaceful and inclusive for development
sustainable, the provision of access to justice for the whole world
and the construction of effective, responsible and
inclusive at all levels
17. Alliance for the objectives. Consolidate and revitalize the Alliance
World for Sustainable Developmentalize the
global partnership for sustainable development
Source: http://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/sustainabledevelopment

 
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Of the 20/4/2018 in the 4/5/2018 in the hall of the High School Bisbe Berenguer
Town council of L'Hospitalet
With the support of:Regional government of BarcelonaL'Hospitalet human rights