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Measuring progress on women’s participation and influence in decision-making in the SDGs: Recommendations to the Inter-agency and Expert Group and UN Member States, July 2015
Laudato Si’: CIDSE members join the Pope’s encyclical call for urgent action to tackle climate change
In face of the mounting ecological crisis, the Pope’s urgent call comes at a crucial moment, as world leaders will have to take critical decisions on the future of development and the care for our planet.
In the aftermath of the Haiti earthquake in 2010, CIDSE member organisations (MOs) acted immediately by providing humanitarian assistance and have since then been working together with Haitian civil society strengthening their capacities, and they have accompanied local organisations in the reconstruction work.
Working together at the High-level event at the COP20 in Lima, Bishops from all continents called for a fair and legally binding climate agreement to be signed at the COP21 in Paris, 2015. (Document available in EN/ES/FR)
"More action required at national and international level to stop human rights abuses by business"
El lunes 24 de noviembre de 2014 empezó la segunda misión internacional de derecho a la alimentación en Guatemala. Los integrantes internacionales de la misión son: APRODEV, CIFCA, CIDSE, FIAN, VIA CAMPESINA y REL-UITA. De parte de CIDSE, participan representantes de las organizaciones miembros Broederlijk Delen y Trocaire.
On November 24, 2014, the second international mission on the right to food in Guatemala was launched. The international members of this mission are: APRODEV, CIFCA, CIDSE, TRUST, VIA FARMER and REL-UITA. CIDSE is represented by its member organizations Broederlijk Delen (Belgium) and Trócaire (Ireland).
One must often travel far to really get a glimpse of why it is worth working for global justice. It is not enough to get on an airplane to somewhere, you have to keep going to reach the people we support and work with.
A delegation of four European bishops visiting Guatemala have heard testimonies of police violence against a peaceful protest camp, evicted in May 2014. The bishops visited Guatemala to support and to give testimony to the local work against poverty and in favour of peace and reconciliation.
Bishops' tour in Guatemala: European Bishops join Guatemalan Civil Society to fight poverty, work for peace and reconciliation
A delegation of European Bishops visited Guatemala from June 22 to 27, 2014, to support local work against poverty and in favour of peace and reconciliation.