1. ECOSOC Youth Forum 2018


    It is crucial that youth be informed of the fundamental issues of sustainability and that they participate in the development of long-term solutions – Without young people, Global Goals will not be achieved

  2. The Civil Society Forum


    Highlights of the Civil Society forum organized during the 56th Session of the Commission for Social Development

  3. Dianova Chile’s “Living Together” Programme


    Dianova Chile’s “Living Together and Preventing School Violence” programme seeks to promote the understanding and development of an inclusive and supportive environment at school

  4. 56th Commission for Social Development


    Strategies for eradicating poverty to achieve sustainable development for all

  5. Female Genital Mutilation – the ordeal suffered by millions of girls


    The Sustainable Development Goals have prioritised the eradication of female genital mutilation by 2030

  6. Latin America is on alert in the face of an opioid crisis


    The region continues to combat cocaine, marijuana and amphetamines trafficking but keeps a wary eye on the US opioid epidemic and its repercussions

  7. The Other Opioid Crisis


    As the epidemic of opioid abuse and misuse is present in many countries, another, older crisis affects many more people around the world each year: too few opioids

  8. Immediate Responses to the Opioid Crisis


    Civil society organizations call for greater coordination in action to prevent overdose and effectively align with local governments

  9. Promoting Safety and Dignity for Migrants and Refugees


    We will continue to advocate policies and programs that protect migrants and refugees from xenophobia, promote their human rights and dignity, and support their integration

  10. Together for Migrants and Refugees


    Students and academics play a key role in promoting the inclusion of migrants and refugees into communities