I wonder if it’s even possible to say something new on climate change. There’s so much material available about it already, dissecting the issue from every angle
At the COP15, held in Montreal from December 7 – 19, 2022 all parties of the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity adopted the Global Biodiversity Framework.
One year has passed since the United Nations’ General Assembly affirmed a Resolution on Homelessness.
“Humanity has a choice: cooperate or perish.” It is either a Climate Solidarity Pact – or a Collective Suicide Pact.”
Climate change affects us all. We share this beautiful gift of the Earth.
The annual meeting of the Executive Board of the International Vincentian Family began on Monday, November 7th and will continue until Friday, November 11th.
In October, Sisters of Charity Federation staff, NGO liaisons and guests gathered in New Jersey to honor outgoing UN NGO representative Sister Teresa Kotturan, SCN.
The 17 Sustainable Development Goals are the backbone of the United Nation’s global plan for People, Prosperity and the Planet, with a target date of 2030 and the promise to leave no one behind.
Will there be ambition, commitment and the political will to honor their commitments to implement the Paris Climate Agreement to limit global warming 1.5 degree Centigrade?
Housing is the cornerstone on which people build their lives. Without access to suitable housing, essential dimensions of life become exceedingly difficult.
The Sanctuary Caraça received six branches of the Vincentian Family for an historical meeting.
Education is a human right. Education is a common public good. Every child and young person have the right to go to school and learn.