Presentation Thematic Monograph

Title: Perspectives and Plural Challenges to Achieve Agenda 2030

 Presentation and publication

The United Nations Agenda 2030 is an expanded program that presents several dimensions of sustainable development of societies. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDS) set out in Agenda 2030 form a common vision for Humanity, only possible through the cooperation and collaboration of societies committed to respecting the priorities and aspirations that are expressed in Agenda 2030.

The Euro-American Conference on Human Rights Development: Agenda 2030 – A New Chapter for the Evolution of Human Rights (CEDH2020) has not only allowed an integrated reflection on Agenda 2030, facilitating the articulation of research and academic debate on the different SDSs, but has also allowed networking between academics and experts in these areas, promoting the development and aggregation of international and multidisciplinary research networks proposing to bring together the knowledge of academics and experts, at the international level, able to contribute to the research, implementation and achievement of these goals and reflection of good practices in the implementation of the United Nations Agenda 2030.
This publication is based on multidisciplinary and intersectional issues based on the discussion of processes of cooperation for sustainable development and is open to all different disciplinary and methodological views of research.
For this purpose, 17 matters of publication have been created; as many as the SDSs.
The main objective of the thematic publication is to develop academic dialogue on the promotion of peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development in all its forms, at national, regional and international levels.
The publication also aims to open the epistemological debate on issues relating to peace and justice from an international perspective, and to reflect on access to justice across societies as well as on building effective, accountable and inclusive institutions.

It also intends to reflect on the efforts needed by both the most vulnerable and the institutions that struggle to combat this social asymmetry; recognize the multidimensional response centered on human rights as a tool for building more just and inclusive societies, as well as to propose good practices and methodologies in the field of intervention with the most vulnerable and in the construction of resources for the countries involved.

The thematic monograph is therefore open to multidisciplinary visions, receiving proposals that embody descriptive studies on theoretical, methodological or social research issues in general, thus accepting works on case studies, literature reviews, empirical, qualitative or quantitative methodologies, on benchmarks, processes and/or institutions that reflect, among other topics, on the eradication of poverty and hunger, gender equality and the promotion of equality, inclusion, health and education as fundamental rights and the promotion of human dignity.

The publication aims to discuss the different theoretical perspectives, supported by general, legal, national and international literature and principles. Criticisms of the failure or success of policies to promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development and the achievement of social justice are worked on, and solid frameworks are sought, based on development strategies for the most vulnerable.

Keywords: Development; Cooperation; Sustainability; Agenda 2030; Human Rights.

Technical Sheet
Collection: “Debates XXI”
Edition: JUS.XXI
ISBN: 978-989-54998-2
DOI: (Aguarda)
 Format: E-book
(Submition to the Web of Sciense system)
Publication: February 2021

Coordination:
Marco Ribeiro Henriques – marco.henriques@ismt.pt / marco.henriques@novalaw.unl.pt   
Guest Assistant at Miguel Torga Superior Institute in Coimbra and researcher in the area of human rights. PhD student in law at NOVA School of Law (NSL).
Daniela Serra Castilhos – dcastilhos@uportu.pt
Assistant Professor at Universidade Portucalense. PhD in Human Rights from the University of Salamanca. Coordinator of the Jean Monnet Module The European Union as a Global Player for Democracy and Fundamental Rights.

Guidelines for Publication

  • The articles to be submitted must be original, be scientifically rigorous and comply scrupulously with the normal editorials.
  • Complete articles, only, in doc. or docx formats. (automatic disapproval if submitted in PDF format)
  • Written on a maximum of 10 pages (including all the elements that make up the text: pre-textual, textual elements and post-textual elements).
  • The articles must, besides the text, contain the following items:
    1. Title of the paper in the written language (centered at the top of the page – top box, body 12 and bold) and title in English (centered at the top of the page – bottom box, body 12 and bold);
    2. Name of author(s) on the left;
    3. In a footnote must be the qualification (affiliation and academic status);
    4. Abstract (between 200 and 400 words), 5 keywords (separated by semicolons);
    5. Final considerations and references;
    6. There is no index.
    7. Image, graphics, underlining or similar are allowed.
  • Paragraphs must be between lines 1.5;
  • Textual body must have font size 12;
  • Footnotes should be font size 10;
  • Articles should have a single margin (upper 2.5 cm; lower 2.5 cm; left 3 cm; right 3 cm) and the text should be justified;
  • Articles may be written in Portuguese, Spanish or English. In any case, they must be incorporated in the language of the article; and in English, the title, abstract and keywords;
  • Bibliographical references according to APA 7th edition norms (articles that have another norm will be automatically excluded);
  • There is a preference for articles that use references in full format in footnotes at the end of each page, but citations in the body of the text are not excluded;
  • The bibliography used must appear at the end of the work in alphabetical order.

The submission is made by email to cedh2020@cedh.pt until 18:00 (Lisbon time) of the last day of the deadline; indicated in the subject “Call for Papers + Ref. of registration in the CEDH2020″”.

  1. Special Issue Organizers

Marco Ribeiro Henriquesmarco.henriques@ismt.pt   
Guest Assistant at the Miguel Torga Superior Institute in Coimbra and researcher in the area of human rights. Doctoral student in NOVA School of Law (NSL).

Daniela Serra Castilhosdcastilhos@uportu.pt
University of Salamanca. Coordinator of the Jean Monnet Module The European Union as a Global Player for Democracy and Fundamental Rights.

Collection: “Debates XXI”

Title: Perspectives and Plural Challenges for Achieving ODS 1 – No Poverty

Presentation and publication

The United Nations Agenda 2030 is an expanded program that presents several dimensions of sustainable development for the promotion of peace, justice and effective institutions. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) set out in Agenda 2030 form a common vision for humanity, only possible through the cooperation and collaboration of societies committed to respecting the priorities and aspirations that are expressed in Agenda 2030.
The Euro-American Conference on Human Rights’ Development: Agenda 2030 – A New Chapter for the Evolution of Human Rights (CEDH2020) has not only allowed an integrated reflection on Agenda 2030, facilitating the articulation of research and academic debate on the different SDGs, but has also allowed networking between academics and experts in these areas, promoting the development and aggregation of international and multidisciplinary research networks.
Proposing to bring together the knowledge of scholars and experts, at the international level, able to contribute to the research, implementation and achievement of these goals and reflection of good practices in the implementation of the United Nations Agenda 2030.
This publication is based on multidisciplinary and intersectional questions on poverty eradication and is open to all different disciplinary and methodological views of research/research.

The publication aims to discuss the different theoretical perspectives, supported by general, legal, national and international literature and principles. Criticism of bankruptcies or policy successes in the achievement of social justice is worked on, and solid frameworks are sought, based on development strategies for the most vulnerable.

Keywords: Development; Poverty; Sustainability; Agenda 2030; Human Rights.

Objective:

The main objective of the thematic axis is to promote academic dialogue on the eradication of poverty in all its forms, at national, regional and international levels.
It also aims to reflect on the necessary efforts of both the most vulnerable and the institutions fighting this scourge; to recognize the multidimensional response focused on human rights as a tool in the fight against poverty and to propose good practices and methodologies in the field of intervention with the most vulnerable and in the construction of resources for the countries involved.

Collection:  “Debates XXI”

Título: Perspectives and Plural Challenges for Achieving  ODS 2 – Zero Hunger

Presentation and publication:

The United Nations Agenda 2030 is an expanded programme that presents several dimensions of sustainable development for the promotion of peace, justice and effective institutions. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) set out in Agenda 2030 form a common vision for humanity, only possible through the cooperation and collaboration of societies committed to respecting the priorities and aspirations that are expressed in Agenda 2030.
The Euro-American Conference on Human Rights’ Development: Agenda 2030 – A New Chapter for the Evolution of Human Rights (CEDH2020) has not only allowed an integrated reflection on Agenda 2030, facilitating the articulation of research and academic debate on the different SDGs, but has also allowed networking between academics and experts in these areas, promoting the development and aggregation of international and multidisciplinary research networks.
Proposing to bring together the knowledge of scholars and experts, at the international level, able to contribute to the research, implementation and achievement of these goals and reflection of good practices in the implementation of the United Nations Agenda 2030.
This publication is based on multidisciplinary and intersectional questions on poverty eradication and is open to all different disciplinary and methodological views of research/research.
This publication is based on multidisciplinary and intersectional questions about the eradication of hunger and is open to all different disciplinary and methodological views of research/research. These questions highlight the importance of incorporating the sustainability dimension in the approaches to be developed and/or applied in the different fields of knowledge and action.
The publication proposes to discuss the different theoretical perspectives, supported by the literature and general, legal, national and international principles. Criticisms of failures or successes of policies in the realization of sustainable systems of food production and distribution for the achievement of social justice are worked on, and solid frameworks are created, based on development strategies in favor of the most vulnerable.

Keywords: Development; Hunger; Sustainability; Agenda 2030; Human Rights.

Objective

The main objective of the thematic axis is to promote academic dialogue on the eradication of hunger in all its forms, at national, regional and international levels, reflecting on the consistency, potentialities and challenges for implementing strategies to achieve the proposed objective, considering transversality, governance and strategic management.
It also intends to reflect on the necessary efforts of both the most vulnerable and the institutions fighting this scourge; recognize the multidimensional response focused on human rights as a tool in the fight against poverty and propose good practices and methodologies in the field of intervention with the most vulnerable and in the construction of resources for the countries involved.

It is intended that through theoretical and methodological principles the multiplicity of necessary responses to the eradication of hunger, the achievement of food security and improvement of nutrition as well as the promotion of sustainable agriculture be expressed

Collection:  “Debates XXI”

Título: Perspectives and Plural Challenges for Achieving ODS 3 – Good Health and Well-Being

Presentation and publication:

The United Nations Agenda 2030 is an expanded programme that presents several dimensions of sustainable development for the promotion of peace, justice and effective institutions. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) set out in Agenda 2030 form a common vision for humanity, only possible through the cooperation and collaboration of societies committed to respecting the priorities and aspirations that are expressed in Agenda 2030.
The Euro-American Conference on Human Rights’ Development: Agenda 2030 – A New Chapter for the Evolution of Human Rights (CEDH2020) has not only allowed an integrated reflection on Agenda 2030, facilitating the articulation of research and academic debate on the different SDGs, but has also allowed networking between academics and experts in these areas, promoting the development and aggregation of international and multidisciplinary research networks.
Proposing to bring together the knowledge of scholars and experts, at the international level, able to contribute to the research, implementation and achievement of these goals and reflection of good practices in the implementation of the United Nations Agenda 2030.
This publication is based on multidisciplinary and intersectional questions about the guidelines for ensuring quality health and is open to all different disciplinary and methodological views of research.
The publication proposes to discuss the different theoretical perspectives, supported by the literature and general, legal, national and international principles. Criticism to failures or successes of policies in the achievement of social justice is worked on the challenges to the acquisition by all people of the highest level of health seeking to create solid frameworks, based on development strategies in favor of the most vulnerable.

Keywords: Development; Quality health; Opportunities; Sustainability; Agenda 2030; Human Rights.

Objective

The main objective of the thematic axis is to promote academic dialogue on the importance of ensuring access to quality health and promoting the well-being of citizens at national, regional and international levels.
It is also intended to reflect on the necessary efforts of both the most vulnerable and the institutions fighting this scourge; recognize the multidimensional response focused on human rights as a tool in the fight against poverty and propose good practices and methodologies in the field of intervention with the most vulnerable and in the construction of resources for the countries involved.

Coleção: “Debates XXI”

Título: Perspetivas e desafios plurais para concretização do ODS 4- Educação de Qualidade

Apresentação a publicação:

A Agenda 2030 da Nações Unidas é um programa amplificado que apresenta várias dimensões do desenvolvimento sustentável para a promoção da paz, a justiça e instituições eficazes. Os Objetivos de Desenvolvimento Sustentável (ODS) previstos pela Agenda 2030 conforma uma visão comum para a Humanidade, apenas possível através da cooperação e colaboração das sociedades comprometidas no respeito pelas das prioridades e aspirações que são pronunciadas na Agenda 2030.
A Conferência Euroamericana para o Desenvolvimento dos Direitos Humanos: Agenda 2030 – Um Novo Capítulo para a Evolução dos Direitos Humanos (CEDH2020) permitiu, não só, uma reflexão integrada sobre a Agenda 2030, facilitando a articulação da investigação e do debate académico sobre os diferentes ODSs, como também, possibilitou o networking entre académicos e especialistas nestas áreas, promovendo o desenvolvimento e agregação de redes de investigação internacionais e multidisciplinares.
Propondo-se reunir os saberes de académicos e especialistas, a nível internacional, habilitados/as contribuir para a investigação, implementação e concretização destes objetivos e reflexão de boas práticas na implementação da Agenda 2030 da Nações Unidas.
Esta proposta tenciona reunir um conjunto coerente de debates que empírica e teoricamente avancem na compreensão – capazes de enquadrar e apresentar investigação/pesquisa que relacionam os desafios, metas e as abordagens sobre a garantia do acesso à educação inclusiva, de qualidade e equitativa.
A presente publicação parte de questionamentos multidisiciplinares e interseccionais sobre a educação de qualidade e está aberto a todas e diferentes visões disciplinares e metodológicas da investigação/pesquisa.
A publicação propõe-se discutir as diferentes perspetivas teóricas, suportadas pela literatura e princípios gerais, legais, nacionais e internacionais. Labora-se críticas a falências ou sucessos das políticas na concretização da justiça social e procura-se criar enquadramentos sólidos, com base em estratégias de desenvolvimento em prol dos mais vulneráveis.

Palavras-Chave: Desenvolvimento; Educação; Sustentabilidade; Agenda 2030; Direitos Humanos;

Objetivo:

O principal objetivo do eixo temático é promover o diálogo académico sobre a sobre a importância de garantir o acesso à educação inclusiva, de qualidade e equitativa, a nível nacional, regional e internacional.
Pretende-se ainda refletir sobre a promoção de oportunidades de aprendizagem ao longo da vida para todos e os esforços necessários quer dos mais vulneráveis quer das instituições que lutam para combater este flagelo, reconhecer a resposta multidimensional centrada nos direitos humanos e propor boas práticas e metodologias no âmbito da intervenção com os mais vulneráveis e na construção de recursos aos países envolvidos.

Collection:  “Debates XXI”

Título: Perspectives and Plural Challenges for Achieving ODS 5 – Good Health and Well-Being

Presentation and publication:

The United Nations Agenda 2030 is an expanded programme that presents several dimensions of sustainable development for the promotion of peace, justice and effective institutions. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) set out in Agenda 2030 form a common vision for humanity, only possible through the cooperation and collaboration of societies committed to respecting the priorities and aspirations that are expressed in Agenda 2030.
The Euro-American Conference on Human Rights’ Development: Agenda 2030 – A New Chapter for the Evolution of Human Rights (CEDH2020) has not only allowed an integrated reflection on Agenda 2030, facilitating the articulation of research and academic debate on the different SDGs, but has also allowed networking between academics and experts in these areas, promoting the development and aggregation of international and multidisciplinary research networks.
Proposing to bring together the knowledge of scholars and experts, at the international level, able to contribute to the research, implementation and achievement of these goals and reflection of good practices in the implementation of the United Nations Agenda 2030.
This proposal intends to bring together a coherent set of debates that empirically and theoretically advance understanding – capable of framing and presenting research/research that relate the challenges, goals, and approaches to ensuring access to inclusive, quality, and equitable education.
This publication is based on multidisciplinary and intersectional questions about gender equality and is open to all different disciplinary and methodological views of research/research.
It is intended that theoretical-practical knowledge allows discerning about the real impact that (de)equality represents, the management of the intrinsic challenges of the theme, and the (re)formulation of local, national and international approaches in promoting this principle.
The publication proposes to discuss the different theoretical perspectives, supported by the literature and general, legal, national and international principles. Criticisms of the bankruptcy or success of policies and measures aimed at supporting or strengthening the promotion of gender equality and women’s empowerment are worked on.
Part of this process, and as a vehicle for the objective in question, is the elimination of all forms of discrimination, as well as forms of violence, trafficking and exploitation, and practices harmful to the freedom and rights of women and girls; since this is a human rights issue and a condition of social justice, it is also necessary to enjoy the same opportunities, income, rights, and obligations: whether in access to education, opportunities in work and career, access to health, power and/or influence, and even the improvement of their sexual and reproductive health. in the achievement of social justice and seeks to create solid frameworks, based on development strategies in favor of the most vulnerable.

Keywords: Development; Gender; Sustainability; Agenda 2030; Human Rights.

Objective

The main objective of the thematic axis is to promote academic dialogue on gender equality issues in different sectors of social life, at national, regional and international levels.
It is also intended to reflect on the necessary efforts of both the most vulnerable and the institutions struggling to combat this social asymmetry; recognize the multidimensional response focused on human rights as a tool for building more just and inclusive societies, as well as to propose good practices and methodologies in the field of intervention with the most vulnerable and in building resources to the countries involved.

Collection:  “Debates XXI”

Título: Perspectives and Plural Challenges for Achieving ODS 6 – Clear Water and Sanitation

Presentation and publication:

The United Nations Agenda 2030 is an expanded programme that presents several dimensions of sustainable development for the promotion of peace, justice and effective institutions. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) set out in Agenda 2030 form a common vision for humanity, only possible through the cooperation and collaboration of societies committed to respecting the priorities and aspirations that are expressed in Agenda 2030.
The Euro-American Conference on Human Rights’ Development: Agenda 2030 – A New Chapter for the Evolution of Human Rights (CEDH2020) has not only allowed an integrated reflection on Agenda 2030, facilitating the articulation of research and academic debate on the different SDGs, but has also allowed networking between academics and experts in these areas, promoting the development and aggregation of international and multidisciplinary research networks.

Proposing to bring together the knowledge of scholars and experts, at the international level, able to contribute to the research, implementation and achievement of these goals and reflection of good practices in the implementation of the United Nations Agenda 2030.
This proposal intends to bring together a coherent set of debates that empirically and theoretically advance understanding – capable of framing and presenting research/research that relate the challenges, goals, and approaches to ensuring access to inclusive, quality, and equitable education.
There is an urgent need for reflection on the management of this resource, beyond responsible consumption, in order to avoid losses and waste and the appropriate quality and variety of sources according to purpose.
This publication is based on multidisciplinary and intersectional questions about the availability and consumption of water in quality as fundamental to human dignity and rights and is open to all different disciplinary and methodological views of research/research.
The publication proposes to discuss the different theoretical perspectives, supported by literature and general, legal, national and international principles. Criticism of bankruptcies or policy successes in the sustainable management of resources is worked on, and solid frameworks are sought, based on recognition of social development and economic prosperity on the current situation and trends at the global and regional levels, and on what still needs to be done to achieve this goal in the achievement of social justice, and solid frameworks are sought, based on development strategies for the most vulnerable.

Keywords: Development; water and sanitation; Sustainability; Agenda 2030; Human Rights.

Objective:

The main objective of the thematic axis is to promote academic dialogue on the availability and consumption of water in quality as fundamental for dignity and human rights in all its forms, at national, regional and international levels. It is thus intended that through this analysis the perception of this natural resource be as a resource of high relevance, with a need for sustainable management, moderate consumption and maintenance of supply
It is also intended to reflect on the efforts needed by both the most vulnerable and the institutions that struggle to combat this social asymmetry; recognize the multidimensional response focused on human rights as a tool for building more just and inclusive societies, as well as propose good practices and methodologies in the field of intervention with the most vulnerable and in building resources for the countries involved.

Collection:  “Debates XXI”

Título: Perspectives and Plural Challenges for Achieving ODS 7 – Affordable and Clean Energy

Presentation and publication:

The United Nations Agenda 2030 is an expanded programme that presents several dimensions of sustainable development for the promotion of peace, justice and effective institutions. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) set out in Agenda 2030 form a common vision for humanity, only possible through the cooperation and collaboration of societies committed to respecting the priorities and aspirations that are expressed in Agenda 2030.
The Euro-American Conference on Human Rights’ Development: Agenda 2030 – A New Chapter for the Evolution of Human Rights (CEDH2020) has not only allowed an integrated reflection on Agenda 2030, facilitating the articulation of research and academic debate on the different SDGs, but has also allowed networking between academics and experts in these areas, promoting the development and aggregation of international and multidisciplinary research networks.
Proposing to bring together the knowledge of scholars and experts, at the international level, able to contribute to the research, implementation and achievement of these objectives and reflection of good practices in the implementation of the United Nations Agenda 2030. This publication is based on multidisciplinary and intersectional questions about access to and production of renewable and affordable energy for all, aspects that are fundamental to the success of the guidelines to ensure universal access to energy security and efficiency as well as to a fully integrated internal energy market, always coupled with research, innovation and competitiveness.
Different perspectives are discussed, supported by literature and legal principles – national and international; criticism of bankruptcies or political victories in the sustainable management of resources is elaborated and solid frameworks are sought, based on the recognition of social development and economic prosperity on the current situation and trends at the global and regional levels and on what needs to be done (yet) to achieve this goal.
The production of renewable energy is necessary worldwide, only possible through the expansion of infrastructure and the updating of technology on clean energy supply.
This thematic axis is open to all and different disciplinary and methodological views.
The publication aims to discuss the different theoretical perspectives, supported by the literature and general, legal, national and international principles. Criticisms of bankruptcies or successes of policies on access to and production of renewable energy are worked on in order to achieve social justice and to create solid frameworks, based on development strategies for the most vulnerable.
It also intends to reflect on the necessary efforts of both the most vulnerable and the institutions that struggle to combat this social asymmetry; recognize the multidimensional response focused on human rights as a tool for building more just and inclusive societies, as well as propose good practices and methodologies in the field of intervention with the most vulnerable and in building resources for the countries involved.

Keywords: Development; renewable energies; Sustainability; Agenda 2030; Human Rights

Objective:

The main objective of the thematic axis is to promote academic dialogue on access and production of renewable energy and accessible to all in all its forms, at national, regional and international level.
The publication intends, therefore, that through this analysis it will be possible the adoption of national and international energy policies, with preservation of natural resources and ecological balance.
It also intends to reflect on the necessary efforts of both the most vulnerable and the institutions that fight to combat this social asymmetry; recognize the multidimensional response focused on human rights as a tool for building more just and inclusive societies, as well as to propose good practices and methodologies in the field of intervention with the most vulnerable and in the construction of resources to the countries involved.

Collection:  “Debates XXI”

Título: Perspectives and Plural Challenges for Achieving ODS 8 – Decent Work and Economic Growth

Presentation and publication:

The United Nations Agenda 2030 is an expanded programme that presents several dimensions of sustainable development for the promotion of peace, justice and effective institutions. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) set out in Agenda 2030 form a common vision for humanity, only possible through the cooperation and collaboration of societies committed to respecting the priorities and aspirations that are expressed in Agenda 2030.
The Euro-American Conference on Human Rights’ Development: Agenda 2030 – A New Chapter for the Evolution of Human Rights (CEDH2020) has not only allowed an integrated reflection on Agenda 2030, facilitating the articulation of research and academic debate on the different SDGs, but has also allowed networking between academics and experts in these areas, promoting the development and aggregation of international and multidisciplinary research networks.
Proposing to bring together the knowledge of scholars and experts, at the international level, able to contribute to the research, implementation and achievement of these goals and reflection of good practices in the implementation of the United Nations Agenda 2030.
It is also intended to reflect on the promotion of productive activities, generation of entrepreneurship, creativity and innovation, as well as to encourage business growth, reduce the proportion of young people without employment, education or training.
This proposal intends to open the academic debate on issues relating to economic development and good practices, protection of labor rights and training and promote supportive policies.
This publication is based on multidisciplinary and intersectional questionings conceived from the need to create opportunities to capture all human potential together with investment in training and qualification, the promotion of inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all and is open to all and different disciplinary and methodological views of research/research.  Questions that arise about the importance of job creation and the investment in the qualification of people, the new challenges of society and its response to the sustainable economy as well as policies associated with entrepreneurship as individual and collective creative potentiators.
This thematic issue is open to all and different disciplinary visions of the economic and labor environment, with special focus on promoting inclusive and sustainable economic growth and full, productive and decent employment for all.
The publication aims to discuss the different theoretical perspectives, supported by general, legal, national and international literature and principles. Criticisms of the failure or success of policies to promote inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all in all its forms are worked out for the achievement of social justice, and solid frameworks are sought, based on development strategies for the most vulnerable.

Keywords: Development; Decent work; Sustainability; Agenda 2030; Human Rights.

Objective:

The main objective of the thematic axis is to promote academic dialogue on the promotion of inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all in all its forms, at national, regional and international levels.
It also aims to reflect on the efforts needed by both the most vulnerable and the institutions that struggle to combat this social asymmetry; to recognize the multidimensional response centered on human rights as a tool for building more just and inclusive societies, as well as to propose good practices and methodologies in the field of intervention with the most vulnerable and in the construction of resources for the countries involved

Collection:  “Debates XXI”

Título: Perspectives and Plural Challenges for Achieving ODS 9 – Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

Presentation and publication:

The United Nations Agenda 2030 is an expanded programme that presents several dimensions of sustainable development for the promotion of peace, justice and effective institutions. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) set out in Agenda 2030 form a common vision for humanity, only possible through the cooperation and collaboration of societies committed to respecting the priorities and aspirations that are expressed in Agenda 2030.
The Euro-American Conference on Human Rights’ Development: Agenda 2030 – A New Chapter for the Evolution of Human Rights (CEDH2020) has not only allowed an integrated reflection on Agenda 2030, facilitating the articulation of research and academic debate on the different SDGs, but has also allowed networking between academics and experts in these areas, promoting the development and aggregation of international and multidisciplinary research networks.
Proposing to bring together the knowledge of scholars and experts, at the international level, able to contribute to the research, implementation and achievement of these goals and reflection of good practices in the implementation of the United Nations Agenda 2030.
It is also intended to reflect on the efficiency in the use of resources and the adoption of ecological industrial processes, encourage scientific research and innovation, improve knowledge of technological capabilities and boost research and development in this field.
This proposal aims to open the academic debate on issues relating to economic development and good practices, investment in infrastructure, industry and innovation and promotion of supporting policies.
This publication is based on multidisciplinary and intersectional questions conceived from the need to build resilient infrastructures, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation on the development and promotion of sustainable and inclusive infrastructures and industrialization capable of supporting economic development and welfare, as well as increasing the contribution of industry to employment and GDP and is open to all and different disciplinary and methodological views of research/research. Questions that arise about the importance of investing in innovation and knowledge as a differentiating and empowering element of human capital and quality of life; and also the materialization of ideas for competitive sustainability in the medium and long term.
It is open to all and different disciplinary visions of the economic environment and human welfare, with special focus on the promotion of an inclusive and sustainable, productive and dignified economic growth for all.
The publication aims to discuss the different theoretical perspectives, supported by general, legal, national and international literature and principles. Criticism is being applied to the failures or successes of policies for the development and promotion of sustainable, inclusive and resilient infrastructure and industrialization capable of supporting economic development and well-being, as well as increasing the contribution of industry to employment and GDP in the achievement of social justice, and it seeks to create solid frameworks based on development strategies for the most vulnerable.

Keywords: Development; Industry; Sustainability; Agenda 2030; Human Rights.

Objective:

The main objective of the thematic axis is to promote academic dialogue on the development and promotion of sustainable, inclusive and resilient infrastructure and industrialization capable of supporting economic development and welfare, as well as to increase the contribution of industry to employment and GDP in all its forms, at national, regional and international levels.
It is also intended to reflect on the efforts needed by both the most vulnerable and the institutions struggling to combat this social asymmetry; recognize the multidimensional response centered on human rights as a tool for building fairer and more inclusive societies, as well as to propose good practices and methodologies in the field of intervention with the most vulnerable and in the construction of resources to the countries involved.

Collection:  “Debates XXI”

Título: Perspectives and Plural Challenges for Achieving ODS 10 – Reduced Inequalities

Presentation and publication:

The United Nations Agenda 2030 is an expanded programme that presents several dimensions of sustainable development for the promotion of peace, justice and effective institutions. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) set out in Agenda 2030 form a common vision for humanity, only possible through the cooperation and collaboration of societies committed to respecting the priorities and aspirations that are expressed in Agenda 2030.
The Euro-American Conference on Human Rights’ Development: Agenda 2030 – A New Chapter for the Evolution of Human Rights (CEDH2020) has not only allowed an integrated reflection on Agenda 2030, facilitating the articulation of research and academic debate on the different SDGs, but has also allowed networking between academics and experts in these areas, promoting the development and aggregation of international and multidisciplinary research networks.
Proposing to bring together the knowledge of scholars and experts, at the international level, able to contribute to the research, implementation and achievement of these goals and reflection of good practices in the implementation of the United Nations Agenda 2030.
The publication focuses on the debate on issues of social cohesion, equal opportunity for all, and good governance practices
This publication is based on multidisciplinary and intersectional questionings thought from the attention to the most fragile communities and individuals, the understanding of education, employment and the capacity to act as resources of human valorization and promoters of equality and also to question the principles of transparency of legal processes on the reduction of inequalities and is open to all and different disciplinary and methodological views of research/research.
The publication proposes to discuss the different theoretical perspectives, supported by the literature and general, legal, national and international principles. Criticisms of bankruptcies or successes of policies to reduce inequalities are worked on for the achievement of social justice, and solid frameworks are sought, based on development strategies in favor of the most vulnerable.

Keywords: Development; Inequalities; Sustainability; Agenda 2030; Human Rights.

Objective:

The main objective of the thematic axis is to promote academic dialogue on the reduction of inequalities in all its forms, at national, regional and international levels.
on the reduction of inequalities in the international and national space.
It is also intended to reflect on the attention given to the most fragile and vulnerable communities and individuals; on governance models and their strategies of action; as well as the principles of transparency in governance models.
It also intends to reflect on the necessary efforts of both the most vulnerable and the institutions that fight to fight this social asymmetry; recognize the multidimensional response focused on human rights as a tool for building more just and inclusive societies, as well as propose good practices and methodologies in the scope of intervention with the most vulnerable and in the construction of resources to the countries involved.

Collection:  “Debates XXI”

Título: Perspectives and Plural Challenges for Achieving ODS 11 – Sustainable Cities and Communities

Presentation and publication:

The United Nations Agenda 2030 is an expanded programme that presents several dimensions of sustainable development for the promotion of peace, justice and effective institutions. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) set out in Agenda 2030 form a common vision for humanity, only possible through the cooperation and collaboration of societies committed to respecting the priorities and aspirations that are expressed in Agenda 2030.
The Euro-American Conference on Human Rights’ Development: Agenda 2030 – A New Chapter for the Evolution of Human Rights (CEDH2020) has not only allowed an integrated reflection on Agenda 2030, facilitating the articulation of research and academic debate on the different SDGs, but has also allowed networking between academics and experts in these areas, promoting the development and aggregation of international and multidisciplinary research networks.
Proposing to bring together the knowledge of scholars and experts, at the international level, able to contribute to the research, implementation and achievement of these goals and reflection of good practices in the implementation of the United Nations Agenda 2030.
This publication is based on multidisciplinary and intersectional questions about the process of making cities and communities inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable, and is open to all different disciplinary and methodological views of research/research. Questions arise about ensuring access for all to housing, basic services, and transportation systems; establishing shared responsibility in the collective construction of a participatory, integrated, and sustainable urban environment; promoting social diversity; and strengthening the sustainability of cities.
Being a publication open to multidisciplinary visions, it receives proposals that embody descriptive studies on theoretical, methodological or social research issues in general, as well as empirical research.
The publication aims to discuss the different theoretical perspectives, supported by general, legal, national and international literature and principles. Criticisms of bankruptcies or successes of policies for the development of sustainable cities and communities are worked on in order to achieve social justice, and solid frameworks are created based on development strategies for the most vulnerable.

Keywords: Development; Sustainable cities; Sustainability; Agenda 2030; Human Rights.

Objective:

The main objective of the thematic axis is to promote academic dialogue on sustainable cities and communities. It is also intended the dialogue on the valorization of the resource; the quality of life of the residents; sense of community spirit, environmental health and the safety of others. in all its forms, at national, regional and international level.
The publication intends to open the debate on themes related to political priorities, social, economic and cultural dynamization.
It also intends to reflect on the necessary efforts of both the most vulnerable and the institutions that struggle to combat this social asymmetry; recognize the multidimensional response focused on human rights as a tool for building more just and inclusive societies, as well as to propose good practices and methodologies in the field of intervention with the most vulnerable and in the construction of resources to the countries involved.

Collection:  “Debates XXI”

Título: Perspectives and Plural Challenges for Achieving ODS 12 – Responsible Consumption and Production

Presentation and publication:

The United Nations Agenda 2030 is an expanded programme that presents several dimensions of sustainable development for the promotion of peace, justice and effective institutions. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) set out in Agenda 2030 form a common vision for humanity, only possible through the cooperation and collaboration of societies committed to respecting the priorities and aspirations that are expressed in Agenda 2030.
The Euro-American Conference on Human Rights’ Development: Agenda 2030 – A New Chapter for the Evolution of Human Rights (CEDH2020) has not only allowed an integrated reflection on Agenda 2030, facilitating the articulation of research and academic debate on the different SDGs, but has also allowed networking between academics and experts in these areas, promoting the development and aggregation of international and multidisciplinary research networks.
Sustainable consumption comes from the capacity to boost the local economy through natural resources.
Proposing to bring together the knowledge of scholars and experts, at the international level, able to contribute to the research, implementation and achievement of these objectives and reflection of good practices in the implementation of the United Nations Agenda 2030.
This publication is based on multidisciplinary and intersectional questions on sustainable consumption and production patterns capable of ensuring developments to achieve the above objective. Issues such as: capacity of a singular and competitive territory to capture more investment and provide a greater range of opportunity, ensuring future generations; production of waste, polluting emissions and other impacts safeguarded by efficiency, in accordance with the principles of sustainable and circular economy; being able to reduce the ecological footprint with respect to the identity of communities, being therefore open to all and different disciplinary and methodological views of research / research, receiving proposals that embody descriptive studies on theoretical, methodological or social research issues in general, as well as research with an empirical character.
The publication proposes to discuss the different theoretical perspectives, supported by literature and general, legal, national and international principles. Criticisms of bankruptcies or successes of sustainable consumption and production policies in all their forms are worked on for the achievement of social justice, and solid frameworks are created, based on development strategies for the most vulnerable.

Keywords: Development; Sustainable Consumption; Sustainability; Agenda 2030; Human Rights.

Objective:

The main objective of the thematic axis is to promote academic dialogue on sustainable consumption and production patterns in all its forms, at national, regional and international levels.
The publication also aims at dialogue on dematerialization, collaborative economy and sustainable consumption, product design, efficient use and valorization of resources; models of production and consumption; ecological and sustainable public purchasing practices; access to information and public participation in decision making.
It is also intended to reflect on the necessary efforts of both the most vulnerable and the institutions that struggle to combat this social asymmetry; recognize the multidimensional response focused on human rights as a tool for building more just and inclusive societies, as well as propose good practices and methodologies in the field of intervention with the most vulnerable and in the construction of resources to the countries involved.

Collection:  “Debates XXI”

Título: Perspectives and Plural Challenges for Achieving ODS 13 – Climate Action

Presentation and publication:

The United Nations Agenda 2030 is an expanded programme that presents several dimensions of sustainable development for the promotion of peace, justice and effective institutions. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) set out in Agenda 2030 form a common vision for humanity, only possible through the cooperation and collaboration of societies committed to respecting the priorities and aspirations that are expressed in Agenda 2030.
The Euro-American Conference on Human Rights’ Development: Agenda 2030 – A New Chapter for the Evolution of Human Rights (CEDH2020) has not only allowed an integrated reflection on Agenda 2030, facilitating the articulation of research and academic debate on the different SDGs, but has also allowed networking between academics and experts in these areas, promoting the development and aggregation of international and multidisciplinary research networks.
The right to a humane, healthy and ecologically balanced living environment is constitutionally enshrined and provides for sustainable development as an imminent social value. Thus, the fight against climate change is fundamental not only for the maintenance of natural resources but also for their availability for future generations.
Proposing to bring together the knowledge of scholars and experts, at the international level, able to contribute to the research, implementation and achievement of these objectives and reflection of good practices in the implementation of the United Nations Agenda 2030.
This publication is based on multidisciplinary and intersectional questions on climate change and its impacts based on the adoption of urgent measures to combat climate change and its impacts and is open to all and different disciplinary and methodological views of research/research.
The guidelines include a critical analysis of the guidelines for achieving the objective. The promotion of resilience also has immediate impacts on the quality of life and competitiveness of the territory, and should be based on measures based on innovation, technology and environmental and human valorization.
This issue is open to multidisciplinary visions, receiving proposals that consist of descriptive studies on theoretical, methodological or social research issues in general, as well as empirical investigations.
The publication aims to discuss the different theoretical perspectives, supported by general, legal, national and international literature and principles. Criticisms of bankruptcies or successes of policies in the field of climate action are worked on in the realization of social justice and solid frameworks are created, based on development strategies in favor of the most vulnerable.

Keywords: Development; Climate change; Sustainability; Agenda 2030; Human Rights.

Objective:

The main objective of the thematic axis is to promote academic dialogue on climate change and its impacts in all its forms, at national, regional and international levels.
The objective of this thematic issue is to promote academic debate on climate change and its impacts. It also aims at dialogue on the characteristics and patterns of climate actions as well as the adoption of urgent measures to combat climate change. This proposal is intended for the epistemological debate on the themes that relate the environment and climate action from an international perspective.
It also intends to reflect on the necessary efforts of both the most vulnerable and the institutions fighting against this social asymmetry; recognize the multidimensional response focused on human rights as a tool to build more just and inclusive societies, as well as to propose good practices and methodologies in the field of intervention with the most vulnerable and in the construction of resources to the countries involved.

Collection:  “Debates XXI”

Título: Perspectives and Plural Challenges for Achieving ODS 14 – Climate Action

Presentation and publication:

A Agenda 2030 da Nações Unidas é um programa amplificado que apresenta várias dimensões do desenvolvimento sustentável para a promoção da paz, a justiça e instituições eficazes. Os Objetivos de Desenvolvimento Sustentável (ODS) previstos pela Agenda 2030 conforma uma visão comum para a Humanidade, apenas possível através da cooperação e colaboração das sociedades comprometidas no respeito pelas das prioridades e aspirações que são pronunciadas na Agenda 2030.
A Conferência Euroamericana para o Desenvolvimento dos Direitos Humanos: Agenda 2030 – Um Novo Capítulo para a Evolução dos Direitos Humanos (CEDH2020) permitiu, não só, uma reflexão integrada sobre a Agenda 2030, facilitando a articulação da investigação e do debate académico sobre os diferentes ODSs, como também, possibilitou o networking entre académicos e especialistas nestas áreas, promovendo o desenvolvimento e agregação de redes de investigação internacionais e multidisciplinares.
O meio marinho apresenta ecossistemas de grande complexidade com funções ecológicas vitais, suportando uma elevada biodiversidade e fornecendo inúmeros recursos e serviços. No entanto, a crescente pressão provocada pelo aumento das atividades humanas contribui para desafios na manutenção do património natural, com consequências a nível ecológico e a nível socioeconómico.
Propondo-se reunir os saberes de académicos e especialistas, a nível internacional, habilitados/as contribuir para a investigação, implementação e concretização destes objetivos e reflexão de boas práticas na implementação da Agenda 2030 da Nações Unidas.
A presente publicação parte de questionamentos multidisiciplinares e interseccionais com base na adoção de medidas urgentes para a proteção da vida marinha e está aberto a todas e diferentes visões disciplinares e metodológicas da investigação/pesquisa.
As linhas orientadoras passam pela consideração da sensibilização das populações como elemento-chave para o sucesso das políticas ambientais; potenciar as áreas de investigação e fiscalização assim como o conhecimento científico.
Este número é aberto a visões multidisciplinares, recebendo propostas que consubstanciem estudos descritivos sobre questões teóricas, metodológicas ou de investigação social em geral, bem como investigações com carácter empírico.
A publicação propõe-se discutir as diferentes perspetivas teóricas, suportadas pela literatura e princípios gerais, legais, nacionais e internacionais. Labora-se críticas a falências ou sucessos das políticas na adoção de medidas urgentes para a proteção da vida marinha na concretização da justiça social e procura-se criar enquadramentos sólidos, com base em estratégias de desenvolvimento em prol dos mais vulneráveis.

Palavras-Chave: Desenvolvimento; Vida marinha; Sustentabilidade; Agenda 2030; Direitos Humanos;

Objetivo:

O principal objetivo do eixo temático é promover o diálogo académico sobre a sobre a conservação e uso, de forma sustentável, dos oceanos, mares e recursos marinhos para o desenvolvimento sustentável em todas as suas formas, a nível nacional, regional e internacional.
Pretende-se ainda refletir sobre o desenvolvimento local, nacional e internacional das comunidades costeiras; conhecer sobre políticas de vigilância marítima.
Pretende-se ainda refletir sobre os esforços necessários quer dos mais vulneráveis quer das instituições que lutam para combater esta assimetria social; reconhecer a resposta multidimensional centrada nos direitos humanos como ferramenta de construção de sociedades mais justas e inclusivas, bem como propor boas práticas e metodologias no âmbito da intervenção com os mais vulneráveis e na construção de recursos aos países envolvidos.

Collection:  “Debates XXI”

Título: Perspectives and Plural Challenges for Achieving ODS 15 – Life on Land

Presentation and publication:

The United Nations Agenda 2030 is an expanded programme that presents several dimensions of sustainable development for the promotion of peace, justice and effective institutions. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) set out in Agenda 2030 form a common vision for humanity, only possible through the cooperation and collaboration of societies committed to respecting the priorities and aspirations that are expressed in Agenda 2030.
The Euro-American Conference on Human Rights’ Development: Agenda 2030 – A New Chapter for the Evolution of Human Rights (CEDH2020) has not only allowed an integrated reflection on Agenda 2030, facilitating the articulation of research and academic debate on the different SDGs, but has also allowed networking between academics and experts in these areas, promoting the development and aggregation of international and multidisciplinary research networks.
This proposal intends to open the epistemological debate on the themes that relate the environment and climate action from an international perspective. Coexistence with biodiversity and natural heritage is a key element for the definition of identity and distinction of a state. Whether at local, national or international level.
Proposing to bring together the knowledge of academics and experts, at the international level, able to contribute to the research, implementation and achievement of these objectives and reflection of good practices in the implementation of the United Nations Agenda 2030.
This publication is based on multidisciplinary and intersectional questions about the protection, restoration and promotion of sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems and is open to all different disciplinary and methodological views of research/research.
The guidelines include recognition and relevance of biological diversity; consideration of conservation as an essential condition for sustainable development; and awareness raising as a key element for successful environmental policies. This issue is open to multidisciplinary visions, receiving proposals that embody descriptive studies on theoretical, methodological or social research issues in general, as well as empirical research.
The publication aims to discuss the different theoretical perspectives, supported by general, legal, national and international literature and principles. Criticism of bankruptcies or successes of policies to protect, restore and promote the sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems for the achievement of social justice is worked on, and solid frameworks are sought, based on development strategies for the most vulnerable.

Keywords: Development; Protection of Earth Life; Sustainability; Agenda 2030; Human Rights.

Objective:

The main objective of the thematic axis is to promote academic dialogue on the protection, restoration and promotion of sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems in all their forms, at national, regional and international levels.
The publication also intends to reflect on the sustainable management of forests, combating desertification, preventing and reversing soil degradation and biodiversity loss. It also intends to reflect on the necessary efforts of both the most vulnerable and the institutions that struggle to combat this social asymmetry; recognize the multidimensional response focused on human rights as a tool for building more just and inclusive societies, as well as propose good practices and methodologies in the field of intervention with the most vulnerable and in the construction of resources to the countries involved.

Collection:  “Debates XXI”

Título: Perspectives and Plural Challenges for Achieving ODS 16 – Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions

Presentation and publication:

The United Nations Agenda 2030 is an expanded programme that presents several dimensions of sustainable development for the promotion of peace, justice and effective institutions. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) set out in Agenda 2030 form a common vision for humanity, only possible through the cooperation and collaboration of societies committed to respecting the priorities and aspirations that are expressed in Agenda 2030.
The Euro-American Conference on Human Rights’ Development: Agenda 2030 – A New Chapter for the Evolution of Human Rights (CEDH2020) has not only allowed an integrated reflection on Agenda 2030, facilitating the articulation of research and academic debate on the different SDGs, but has also allowed networking between academics and experts in these areas, promoting the development and aggregation of international and multidisciplinary research networks.
Proposing to bring together the knowledge of scholars and experts, at the international level, able to contribute to the research, implementation and achievement of these objectives and reflection of good practices in the implementation of the United Nations Agenda 2030.
The effectiveness and efficiency of the institutions are ensured by the capacity to respond to citizens’ wishes and needs in an inclusive and participatory context where the whole community can contribute in the choice of policies as well as in the very implementation of ideas or projects, among others.
This publication is based on multidisciplinary and intersectional questioning based on the discussion of transparent processes with adequate information sharing for different social strata and age groups; and reflects on institutional cooperation and decentralization among different governmental bodies and even non-governmental entities and is open to all and different disciplinary and methodological views of research.
This issue is open to multidisciplinary visions, receiving proposals that embody descriptive studies on theoretical, methodological or social research issues in general, as well as empirical research. The publication aims to discuss the different theoretical perspectives, supported by general, legal, national and international literature and principles. It criticizes the failures or successes of policies to promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development and the achievement of social justice and seeks to create solid frameworks, based on development strategies for the most vulnerable.

Keywords: Development; Justice; Sustainability; Agenda 2030; Human Rights.

Objective:

The main objective of the thematic axis is to promote academic dialogue on the promotion of peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development in all its forms, at national, regional and international levels.
The publication also aims to open the epistemological debate on issues relating to peace and justice from an international perspective; and to reflect on access to justice across societies as well as on building effective, accountable and inclusive institutions.
It also intends to reflect on the efforts needed by both the most vulnerable and the institutions that struggle to combat this social asymmetry; recognize the multidimensional response centered on human rights as a tool for building more just and inclusive societies, as well as to propose good practices and methodologies in the field of intervention with the most vulnerable and in the construction of resources for the countries involved.

Collection:  “Debates XXI”

Título: Perspectives and Plural Challenges for Achieving ODS 17 – Partnerships for the Goals

Presentation and publication:

The United Nations Agenda 2030 is an expanded programme that presents several dimensions of sustainable development for the promotion of peace, justice and effective institutions. The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) set out in Agenda 2030 form a common vision for humanity, only possible through the cooperation and collaboration of societies committed to respecting the priorities and aspirations that are expressed in Agenda 2030.
The Euro-American Conference on Human Rights’ Development: Agenda 2030 – A New Chapter for the Evolution of Human Rights (CEDH2020) has not only allowed an integrated reflection on Agenda 2030, facilitating the articulation of research and academic debate on the different SDGs, but has also allowed networking between academics and experts in these areas, promoting the development and aggregation of international and multidisciplinary research networks.
Proposing to bring together the knowledge of scholars and experts, at the international level, able to contribute to the research, implementation and achievement of these objectives and reflection of good practices in the implementation of the United Nations Agenda 2030.
Proposing to bring together the knowledge of scholars and experts, at the international level, able to contribute to the research, implementation and achievement of these objectives and reflection of good practices in the implementation of the United Nations Agenda 2030.
This publication aims to open the epistemological debate on issues relating to cooperation and sustainable development from an international perspective.
International twinning ensures the expansion of action – national or international – as well as the capture of best practices, a transparent vision that broadens impact capacity.
This publication is based on multidisciplinary and intersectional questions about establishing partnerships capable of promoting responses to the specific challenges of the goals and effective improvements of their indicators as well as about the sharing of responsibilities and greater autonomy for the action of each: individual, institutions, governmental body and is open to all and different disciplinary and methodological views of research. This issue is receiving proposals that consist of descriptive studies on theoretical, methodological or social research issues in general, as well as empirical investigations.
The publication aims to discuss the different theoretical perspectives, supported by general, legal, national and international literature and principles. Criticisms of bankruptcies or policy successes are worked on to establish partnerships capable of promoting responses to the specific challenges of goals and effective improvements of their indicators as well as on the sharing of responsibilities and greater autonomy for the action and it is sought to create solid frameworks, based on development strategies for the most vulnerable.

Keywords: Development; Objectives for Sustainable Development; Sustainability; Agenda 2030; Human Rights.

Objective:

The main objective of the thematic axis is to promote academic dialogue on the involvement and strengthening of means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development in all its forms, at national, regional and international levels.
The publication also aims to reflect on regional and international cooperation; discern on policy coherence for development as well as analyze the impact of mobilizing additional resources.
It also intends to reflect on the efforts needed by both the most vulnerable and the institutions that struggle to combat this social asymmetry; recognize the multidimensional response focused on human rights as a tool for building more just and inclusive societies, as well as propose good practices and methodologies in the field of intervention with the most vulnerable and in the construction of resources to the countries involved.