European Year for Development

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Youth voices at the heart of implementing the Sustainable Development Goals
In this session, we will share innovative approaches to monitoring from project participants in the South and brainstorm how youth can colla
  • Brussels
    Belgium
  • 04 June 2015
“Millennium Youth”: Young people engaging in the universal sustainable development agenda 2015-2030
The dialogue will also focus on how children and young people see their own contributions, now and in the future, to the process of implemen
  • Brussels
    Belgium
  • 03 June 2015
Matthew Scott, World Vision International, Director of Peacebuilding
Children and young people as peace builders
Children raise their voices against discrimination
Children raise their voices against discrimination
The story of Amie, the girl who survided Ebola
Amie,15, is an Ebola survivor and an orphan, now living with her paternal uncle and wife in Tikonko community, in Tikonko chiefdom, Bo distr
Run for a cause
Constance, 10, participated in the Race of Heroes held in Paris during June 2015.
Senegalese girls' rights deserve to be protected and not get married at an early age
Awa is from Senegal and was forced to marry at 14.
Education for children wellbeing
Staff from World Vision Mali had some discussions with children and would like to share the results of the discussion.
Children monitoring abuses
At age 14, he runs two childcare structures and enjoys the confidence of his peers.

36 aid organisations and 400,000 people launch public call to end the Gaza blockade

More than 400,000 people from around the globe have today joined 36 organisations in backing an unprecedented joint call urging world leaders to press the Israeli government to lift the blockade on Gaza

Published on 26/08/2015

Canadian radio station interviews - World Vision's Brussels office about EU refugee crisis
Deirdre de Burca, World Vision Brussels Director of Advocacy, gave an interview to a Canadian radio station about the EU refugee crisis
Children are the ones that suffer the most from poverty
The (SDGs) are due to be adopted this month by world leaders will seek to eradicate poverty, inequality and environmental destruction by 203
The power of faith in people's attitudes and behaviour
When faith is part of people’s identity, they look up to leaders of their faith. Often these faith leaders are also community leaders.
Children can contribute to the SDGs effectiveness
This month world’s leaders will gather in New York to formally adopt the successor to the Millennium Development Goals: called the Sustainab
MEP McAvan (S&D, UK) on Sustainable Development Goal 1
MEP McAvan (S&D, UK) on Sustainable Development Goal 1

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