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THEMES
Climate
- Rising sea levels
- Forest fires
- Floods
- Hurricanes
- Property damage
- Pollution
Democracy
- Voice of the people
- Voter representation
- Cybernetic governance
- Authoritarianism
- Whole systems
- Global/local relationship
- Health care for all
- Education for all
- Justice
- Rights vs. responsibilities
- Immigration
- Cultural polarization
- Smart cities
- World Parliament
- The politics of trust
Economy
- Economic equity
- Poverty
- Homelessness
- Unemployment
- Trade agreements
- Private property
- Circular economy
- Smart cities
- Universal basic income
- Education
- Water crisis
Energy
- Fossil fuels
- Green energy
- Nuclear power
Peace
- Nuclear weapons
- Disarmament
- Justice
- Religious/spiritual beliefs
- Economic well-being
- Prosperity
- Pacifism
- Globalization
- Nationalism
- United Nations
- National security
Spirit
- Religion and spirituality
- Science of spirit
- Spiritual politics
- Truth
- Oneness
- Spiritual unity
- Spiritual flame
- Energy
- Holy spirit
- The core of religion
- Primal spirituality
- Universal spirituality
- Separation and alienation
- Unity in the resonant field

UN Overview | UN PDF - Why it Matters | Actions you can Take

UN Sustainable Development Goal
Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
Promote just, peaceful and inclusive societies

Conflict, insecurity, weak institutions and limited access to justice remain a great threat to sustainable development.

The number of people fleeing war, persecution and conflict exceeded 70 million in 2018, the highest level recorded by the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) in almost 70 years.

In 2019, the United Nations tracked 357 killings and 30 enforced disappearances of human rights defenders, journalists and trade unionists in 47 countries.

And the births of around one in four children under age 5 worldwide are never officially recorded, depriving them of a proof of legal identity crucial for the protection of their rights and for access to justice and social services.

ACTIONS YOU CAN TAKE

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Add new agreement or charter
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