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social belonging

Simply consumers or committed citizens? How to get informed about our rights? How to get in touch and act together? citizens’ participation to community life and networking can contribute in reorienting local policies and consumption patterns towards sustainability. Innovative community models based on solidarity and dignity, equal access to goods & services and fair labour practices help to foster peace & justice all around the world. Examples are given of initiatives to tackle discrimination, and how volunteering can play an important role in designing inclusive societies. Almost half of the world population live in urban areas, so specific initiatives to develop sustainable cities have a strong impact in our daily lives…

fences & windows
> citizens' participation
    I-GOVERNANCE CITY
    PEOPLE & PLANET
> creating solidarity
    UNIS-CITÉ
> peace & justice
    GLOBAL UPRISING
    ENVIRON. LAW CENTRE
> overcoming racism
    ANTI-RACIST ACTION
    TOLERANCE AND LIFESTYLES
> gender mainstream
    UN POPULATION FUND
empowered workers
> labour access
    NO JOBS FOR YOUTH?
> tools of defence
    INDIAN MILK COOP
> demand for change
    VOLUNTEERING NIGERIA
shareholders of community
> driven by culture
    UNESCO GLOBAL ALLIANCE
> sustainable cities
    MIDRAND-ECOCITY
    DESIGN FOR ALL
> global networking
    ENVIROLINK
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