Putting people and planet first: Concord – Beyond 2015 European Task Force Recommendations for the Post-2015 Framework, May 2013
Le développement doit-il être considéré uniquement comme un rattrapage économique ou plutôt dans une perspective de durabilité et de viabilité? (Text also below in English/Text auch unter auf Deutsch)
Here is a selection of materials on growth and sustainable development issues for the use of CIDSE member organisations.
Growth and Development: Equity, sustainability and responsibility in favour of human well-being. Submission to the European Commission on its Green Paper on inclusive growth and sustainable development. CIDSE Recommendations, February 2011. (Available in EN-DE-FR)
Contact : Denise Auclair
Financial Regulation, Human Rights and Sustainability, December 2012
These principles are designed to inform CIDSE and its member organisations' thinking across different areas of work towards a more sustainable and just world.
CIDSE's Policy and Advocacy Officer Denise Auclair about the quick rise to fame of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
(Rio de Janeiro, 22/6/2012) The UN Conference on Sustainable Development ‘Rio+20 (20-22 June)’ failed to deliver concrete measures to tackle climate, food and financial crises, without which sustainable development remains a far away dream.
(Rio de Janeiro, 21 June 2012)Today, a high level delegation of Church and civil society leaders encouraged Poland to take a new path towards a more sustainable society in a meeting with Polish Under-Secretary of State for the Environment Beata Jaczewska. The delegation, organised by the international alliance of Catholic development agencies CIDSE, also urged European Commissioner Connie Hedegaard to make sure the EU reaffirms its role as climate leader to make low carbon societies a reality.