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Watch featured stories on the work of special people in protecting ours less fortunate, or repairing the planet from the impact of human society and civilisation.

Women must take a seat at the table

Catarina Caria is the new Sustainable Development host on World Made Good. She will be interviewing notable project leaders across sustainability initiatives around the world. These include by are not limited by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Born in Lisbon, Portugal and passionate about Peace & Security, and Civil Society, Catarina focused on research of Women, Peace and Security Agenda at the University of Virginia under a Fulbright/FLAD Scholarship in 2021.

Introduction to Women, Peace and Security

Gender equality is the number one predictor of peace – more so than a state’s wealth, level of democracy, or religious identity. Driven by civil society campaigning for action on gender equality, in 2000 the United Nations Security Council adopted Resolution 1325. In doing so, Member States formally acknowledged that conflicts and crises impact the lives of women and girls differently, significantly and disproportionately, to that of men and boys.

Resolution 1325 consists of four pillars – participation, protection, prevention, and relief and recovery. It urges Member States to increase the representation of women at all decision-making levels in national, regional and international institutions and mechanisms for the prevention, management and resolution of conflicts.

A Thai story of confidence, ethics and morality

When Pili Opal left Udon Thani, a farming region in north-eastern Thailand, to go to University in Bangkok, she bravely left her family to improve her life and theirs through her education.

Sustainable Fashion – Planet and people wellness in clothing

Fast fashion has changed the way clothing is manufactured and sold to consumers around the world. It’s bought, worn once or twice, goes out of fashion, disposed of in the bin, destined for landfill, only to begin the process all over again.

Interview with Peace Index Founder

Measuring peace at the global and national level allows us to assess the social, political and economic factors that create peace. Each year the Institute for Economics & Peace produces the Global Peace Index, the world’s leading measure of national peacefulness, ranking 163 countries according to their levels of peace.

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