Marius Oliver presents the findings of his research in Social protection and Labor law, exposing the challenges of a co-ordinate legal response and social protection of migrant workers.
Options for an ideal, yet realistic, sustainable urban development campaign platform
“We App Heroes” connects people who need help with others who want to help – a new sharing-economy that brings people together and reduces environmental, social and economic costs of life in big cities
The Government of the Republic of Mauritius is taking bold actions to accelerate the implementation of the SDGs. The island nation is developing a ‘Marshall Plan’ to eradicate extreme poverty, a comprehensive national strategy to ensure the realization of the Agenda 2030 and the SDGs.
RIO + Centre of the United Nations, with support from the Escola Nacional de Seguros and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) met at Cine Odeon about 470 people to the premiere of the documentary ‘scenario: Sustainability in Action’. Production displays stories of 16 small sustainable enterprises of Rio and Baixada Fluminense;
Seen by some as a lukewarm event without concrete results, the UNGA is actually an international relations hotspot that signals, via speeches from small and big nations alike, the key points that need to be tackled by the global community
17 musicians and bands from Belford Roxo and other cities of Baixada Fluminense present on 21st to celebrate the launch of pilot project that will gather musicians and artists from suburbs of large cities of portuguese-speaking countries
For SDG2 – Zero Hunger, SDG12 – Responsible Consumption and Production and SDG15 – Life on Land
A pioneering initiative to mobilize the youth for sustainable development becomes a model for 166 countries and produces a documentary that will be released in the Odeon Cinema in September
The Olympics have begun and Rio is in the global spotlight. But what do we want to show to the international press that will be in town? Students in the Young Journalists program are already trying to answer that question.
The participatory approach that shaped Agenda 2030 needs to be now reflected in the SDG monitoring process with more inclusive mechanisms for citizen participation.
Rio de Janeiro is a true example of how grassroots projects that involve civil society can be truly transformative for sustainable development.
UN Agencies panel at the Rio Sustainability Forum to showcase a sampling of tools and programming that can contribute to the implementation of the 2030 agenda at the local level in Rio de Janeiro
More than 3,200 young entrepreneurs representing 17 countries gathered at the Junior Enterprise World Conference 2016 (JEWC), and RIO+ was pleased to be invited.
The World Centre for Sustainable Development (RIO+Centre) is a legacy of the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) and was set up to keep the commitment to sustainable development alive in both action and ideas. As one of the key outcomes…
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The RIO+Centre provides a hub for dialogue and action where diverse and divergent perspectives on pathways to equitable and sustainable development can be explored and put into policies and practice. We work in alliance with others to help build the…