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NODM 2030
Date du début: 30 août 2015, Date de fin: 29 août 2017 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

The NODM 2030 stems from the need to involve young people in the discussion of those who were the real results of the implementation of the Millennium Development Goals in the European Year of Development and, on the other hand, to discuss and reflect what should be the priorities for 2030 with concrete proposals mainly based on the reality of young Europeans, namely, Poles, Italians and Portuguese. The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) arose from the Declaration of the United Nations Millennium, adopted by the 191 member states on September 8th in 2000. Created in an effort to synthesize international agreements reached at various world summits over 90s (on the environment and development, women's rights, social development, racism, etc.), the Declaration has a number of concrete commitments that, if completed within the time allowed, according to the quantitative indicators that accompany them, should improve the destiny of humanity in this century. Concrete and measurable, 8 Goals - with its 22 targets and 48 indicators - can be followed by everyone in every country; advances can be compared and evaluated at the national, regional and global scales; and the results can be demanded by the people from their representatives, both of which must work together to achieve the commitments made in 2000. These objectives were to be completed by 2015. It is questionable whether the objectives will be met by the end of this year. In a mid-term review in 2010, the media said: "The MDG's target on slums has ignored more than a billion people in the last ten years, because only committed to improving the lives of 10 percent of the people who inhabit these neighborhoods . " The Summit on the MDGs in 2010 did not address the causes of the lack of progress in achieving the MDGs. For example, the issue of unsafe abortion was ignored, despite being one of the causes of maternal mortality and therefore a serious threat to achieving the target MDG on maternal mortality. Although the action plan to includes a positive note on combating gender discrimination, does not identify what governments should do to address discrimination and barriers faced by many other groups - including minorities, people with disabilities and Indigenous Peoples. We can not think that the lack of achievement of the MDGs is only responsibility of the countries that do not belong to the "First World". In the partner countries of this project, European countries seen as advanced countries, there are also signs of difficulty to achieve the MDG's. Almost half of the Portuguese population was at risk of poverty in 2001, according to the National Institute of Statistics (Instituto Nacuional de Estatística), which show that even after social transfers, almost 1.8 million people remained at risk. The flow of immigration to Italy, especially in the South, is increasing the number of people in poverty and extreme poverty. It's obviously, for us, that the MDGs and their targets are needed to guide policy and action in the International Community, but there are very real problems and areas of expertise that are beyond the current eight goals. It is in this logic that we want to propose Youth and the challenges that it faces as a central priority of the new millennium goals, especially having as a starting point the situation of young people in Italy, Poland and Portugal. Thus we propose to resize the initial MDGs by introducing 3 new: - The introduction of intergenerational non-formal education mechanisms as a way to promote social cohesion necessary after the crisis of 2008 and the gap generated between generations in recent decades; - Guaranteed access to professional / vocational education solutions for young people with fewer opportunities based on the principles of sustainability and needs of each country; - Take the Biodiversity as an integrating principle of all economic, environmental and structural policies in medium and long term. We will involve 36 young people directly in the exchange, over a hundred in the preparatory process and dissemination, 4 continents, more than 10 direct and indirect partners and more than 10 cities.



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