The 2030 Agenda proposes a new social contract to promote a renewal of the government structures that rule our world. This is what is known as a new global alliance for sustainable development. Yet its optimistic reasoning cannot conceal the contradictions and challenges inherent to a world dominated by the hegemonic powers-that-be.
- Roberto Bissio, Coordinator, Social Watch International Secretariat
- María Ángeles Fernández, editor of the Planet section of Píkara Magazine
Coordinated by: NGDO Coordination Group - Spain
20 March 2019Talks Women and Journalism: Focus on Africa
Journalists Caddy Adzuba and Gemma Parellada come together for a discussion that will shed light on the everyday (…)
07 November 2019Talks Right to Water: Social Alternatives for a Scarce Resource
Continuing the cycle “Changing Our World: Ideas for New Times”, we will discuss the basic human right to water in a (…)
12 December 2019Talks Labour rights and protecting the planet: Does work bring dignity?
Continuing the cycle “Changing Our World: Ideas for New Times”, on this occasion we’ll address two of the (…)