Welcome to the second instalment of our three-year learning journey on the Global Goals for Sustainable Development (SDG’s). To visit our first instalment from 2018 click here.
In this instalment we will focus on the theme of Land Rights. Land is a human rights and justice issue. In our world today, one quarter of families are landless. There is no specific SDG that addresses the issue of land rights, but many of the goals can be considered land-related goals, meaning goals that cannot be achieved without addressing issues linked to land ownership and use.
The following goals have land-related targets and/or indicators:
Learn about the Global Goals for sustainable
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What human ‘superpower’ will you use to help Ireland achieve these goals?
Watch this inspiring animation to learn what young change-makers are doing to achieve the Global Goals.
How can you become change-maker in Ireland and help us achieve the global goals?
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