March 18-19, 2013
The so-called post-2015 process is a growing space for citizens’ participation and debate on what we want for the planet. Through the meetings and official events convened by United Nations, the civil society global networks and, in particular, the social movements are putting forward proposals to make this process significant not only for international agencies but also for people.
The post-2015 process makes reference to potential global agreements that can be made by governments in an active and effective way, under the proposal of Sustainable Development Goals, so as to implement public policies in strategic spaces such as protection of the environment, strengthening democracies and human rights, the development of education as a promoter of integral human capacities and the struggle against inequality and all forms of discrimination.
In the education field, some core ideas have been defined to guide the citizens’ participation on the post-2015 process…
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