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We, world citizens unite in a common call to all governments of the world gathering in New York 25-27 September 2015 for the United Nations Summit to adopt new universal goals for sustainable development, just 70 days before the critical twenty first Conference of Parties of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change in Paris.
One year after the launch of the Global Alliance for Climate Smart Agriculture (GACSA), civil society restates a firm “NO” to the alliance’s concept and to its programme in a common statement, signed by over 350 organisations from all over the world, in which they express serious concern about the agenda of this alliance.
and urges decision-makers to support agroecology
‘Climate-Smart Agriculture’: the Emperor’s new clothes? - CIDSE Discussion paper, October 2014 (available in EN - ES - FR - PT)
The harmful impact of the mining industry incites resistance in local communities around the world. Below is what representatives of local movements have told us about this fight- a fight which is also supported by the Church.
A video of outcry and hope: CIDSE is happy to announce the launch of the documentary "Churches and Mining in Latin America", by our partner Iglesias y Minería.
Time to open constructive discussions towards developing an international legally binding instrument, CIDSE Briefing Note, July 2015 (available in EN - ES - FR)
Acting for transformation towards a just and sustainable world, Report of CIDSE workshop (Brussels, 9-10 September 2014). (Available in EN – DE - ES - FR)
Monday 8 June 2015. CIDSE together with EU and Latin American Social movements Reclaim Peoples Sovereignty against Corporate-led Trade promoted at the European and Latin American Summit. This press release is available in EN/ES/FR.
Brussels, 20 May 2015; On 10 and 11 June 2015, Brussels will host the Second Summit of Heads of State and Government of the European Union and Latin America and the Caribbean; a high-level meeting which will bring together 61 political leaders. Looking ahead to this meeting, civil society organisations from the two regions, led by CONCORD and the Latin American Mesa de Articulación networks, have issued a public statement today. This press release is available in EN/ES/FR.