Short course: “Perspectives and Challenges of the 2030 Agenda: Equality, sustainable communities and strong institutions for the development, peace and achievement of the SDGs”
Dates: June 26-28, 2019
Directed by Manuela Mesa Peinado, Co-Director of DEMOSPAZ and Juan Manuel Rodriguez Barrigón, Professor of Public International Law and International Relations at the University of Extremadura
Organized by Instituto DEMOSPAZ, Fundación Academia Europea y Iberoamericana de YUSTE and Extremadura Agency for International Development Cooperation (AEXCID)
The objective of this course was to deepen the challenges that are faced at a global level and in particular in the European context, for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals, contributing from training, reflection, debate and knowledge transfer to further study and improvement of the implementation of strategies that reinforce the construction of peaceful, solidarity and egalitarian societies. Likewise, they analyzed how to promote solid institutions that guarantee peace, development, justice and stability that, given the rise of radicalism, populism, extremism and misinformation. In the same way, the role of the different key actors in the achievement of these Objectives were studied: public administration, university, private sector and business, civil society and citizens themselves from a multilevel perspective.
The conferences and materials can be seen in the following links on the Foundation’s website in the videos part: http://www.fundacionyuste.org/perspectivas-y-desafios-de-la-agenda-2030-igualdad-comunidades-sostenibles-e-instituciones-solidas-para-el-desarrollo-la-paz-y-la- consecucion-de-los-ods /