An approach from the perspective of the 2030 Agenda to groups whose rights have been violated
Tuesday, 13 July 2021
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Virtual (NY Time)

Side Event

Documentation
UNESCO Etxea - UNESCO Centre Basque Country with AMUGE (Basque Association of Romani Women), The Basque Youth Council (EGK), The World Rural Forum (FRM), Women in Diversity, GEHITU (Basque Association of Gays, Lesbians, Trans, Bisexuals and Intersexuals

The "Todas Juntas" (All Together) working group is a collection of diverse civil society organisations that share a common aim: to work together with other organisations and public administrations towards a fairer and more equal society that is respectful of both the environment and human rights, particularly those of women and groups whose rights have been violated, in the Basque Country and all over the world.

We are currently in the process of drafting a report entitled 'Todas juntas/All together'. An approach from the perspective of the 2030 Agenda to groups whose rights have been violated, which is the outcome of a piece of qualitative research based on theoretical and practical exploration in which we examine five case studies. Each case study focuses on a specific group in the Basque Country: the LGTB+ community, Romani women, migrant women, young people and day labourers. These groups are represented by the organisations listed above, which are the core members of the framework project.

The aim of this event is to give voice to people, groups and communities in situations of vulnerability, in order to help them identify and propose inclusive, diverse and sustainable pathways for contributing to the achievement of the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals.

More information can be found here

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