Displaying items by tag: sustainable development - CIDSE
The CIDSE photo exhibition "Inspire Change", is circulating among the Spanish universities of Castellón, Valencia, Murcia, Alicante and Cádiz (Spain). The exhibition captures 15 stories of people around the world who are taking action, caring for our planet and the people living in it.
On the occasion of World Food Day 2017, Change for the Planet – Care for the People launches the final video of the Stories of Change series. A documentary compiling the 10 different stories, experiences and reflections from people taking simple and meaningful steps towards sustainable living.
Common appeal to European leaders by European Civil Society Organisations and Trade Unions (Available in EN-ES-FR)
A comparative study based on empirical evidence from 20 Years of MISEREOR partner efforts in Uganda. January 2017.
Agroecology and Sustainable Development: Field Projects - Advocacy for Smallholders. A report by Secours Catholique-Caritas France. (Available in EN/ES/FR)
These past few weeks, we’ve met several young dynamic leaders at World Youth Day in Krakow, Poland and at World Social Forum in Montreal, Canada. Their backpacks filled with stories and experiences. They share with us why it is important for them to engage and act in the face of today’s social and environmental crises.
On June 15, CIDSE, Fair Trade Advocacy Office, Action Aid, Via Campesina, the International Federation of Catholic Parochial Youth Movements, and the International Federation of Rural Adult Catholic Movements co-organized a brainstorming lab session at the European Development Days 2016. Through five concrete examples and experiences, this session explored different ways of moving towards more sustainable ways of living, consuming and producing.
Humberto Ortiz Roca es economista y actualmente, Secretario Ejecutivo de la Comisión Episcopal de Acción Social del Perú (CEAS). Colabora en los equipos de trabajo temáticos del Departamento de Justicia y Solidaridad del CELAM y participa en el secretariado de la Red Eclesial Panamazónica (REPAM). En esta entrevista nos cuenta sobre el ‘Buen Vivir’ y lo que significa para las comunidades de América Latina y el Caribe.
Margarida Alvim is the coordinator of the aTerra project in Portugal, and part of Fundação, Fé e Cooperação (FEC). In this interview, she shares the story of this project and how it was born with the objective to connect local food producers with local schools and local policy makers, both as way to enhance sustainable food production and consumption, and to include and reinvigorate Portuguese rural areas from the center and the north, which are often excluded.