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Sustainable Development Goals E-InventorySustainable Development Goals E-Inventory

Crowdsourcing proposals for post-2015 to feed into the intergovernmental process on SDGs
 
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     Social Protection  Insure Social Protection floor Ensure gender equality and empower women Ensure food security and sustainable agriculture  Ensure access to clean energy  Establish sustainable patterns of consumption and production Preserve biodiversity including keeping land and oceans healthy Reduce Climate Destabilization Increase Partnership for sustainable development
Author/organisation/coalition:
SSA Social Justice Office
Sector/Stakeholder Type:
NGO
Email:
rgrer@videotron.ca
Location of author:
Canada, NORTHERN AMERICA
Date of publication:
23/05/2013
Proposal :  Social Protection 

Summary : A Social Protection Floor (SPF) is the first level of a comprehensive national social protection system that helps to realize human rights for all through guaranteeing:


Ø Universal access to essential services (such as health, education, housing, water and sanitation and other services as nationally defined);
Ø Social Transfers in cash or kind to guarantee income security, food security, adequate nutrition and access to essential services.


Source : http://www.ngosocdev.net/index.php/appuyer-le-socle-de-protection-sociale-francais/


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Goal :  Insure Social Protection floor

Targets and Indicators: By 2020, implement policies to eradicate poverty.

By 2020, all girls and boys of the world will have access to primary education.

By 2030, the establishment of the proposed financial transaction tax to help build social protection systems in the most vulnerable countries, the least developed countries (Bonn[i], page 6)
By 2030, Governments achieve universal human right to water for health, livelihoods, ecosystems, production and adequate sanitation, coupled with an acceptable level of water-related. (Bonn, page 17)


[i] Bonn declaration : http://www.un.org/wcm/content/site/ngoconference/resources/final


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Goal :  Ensure gender equality and empower women

Targets and Indicators: By 2020, Governments recognize and support the implementation of women’s property and inheritance, by all means possible, and the important role and special needs of women as the primary producers and purchasers of food.

By 2022, Governments adopt and implement laws that oblige their agencies to take appropriate measures to provide information and engage affected people living in poverty, women and other disadvantaged groups, when making sustainable development decisions. (Bonn, page 20).

By 2020, ensure that women have full access to health care, education, decent living conditions and decent jobs.

Ensure access to information technology, especially for youth and women

(cf. Bonn, page 7)

Create eco-friendly jobs, with a special focus on youth, women and disadvantaged populations (Bonn, page 10)

By 2025, Governments ensure the protection of women's rights and develop national strategies to stop men's violence against women.

By 2025, Governments implement CEDAW, without any reservations.


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Goal :  Ensure food security and sustainable agriculture

Targets and Indicators: By 2020, ensure access to water for sustainable agriculture.

By 2020, ensure the saving of local seeds to protect food heritage.

By 2030, global agricultural production is transformed from industrial to sustainable. Chemical inputs, herbicides and pesticides are largely replaced with organic and biological alternatives. (Bonn, page 18)

The local ecological knowledge of indigenous peoples and traditional and local communities is utilized to identify resilient crops and cultivation practices that provide maximum protection against climate change. (Bonn, page 18)



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Ensure access to clean energy



Targets and Indicators: By 2030, at least 50 per cent of the world’s energy supply comes from renewable sources. (Bonn, page 16)

Governments develop strategic plan supported by associated budgets.



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Goal :  Establish sustainable patterns of consumption and production

Targets and Indicators: By 2020, reduce by half unsustainable consumption to sustain nations and impoverished populations and to improve their access to vital goods and services. (Bonn, p.16)

By 2020, Governments should promote production processes that reflect the best available technologies for eco-efficiency, recycling, remanufacturing, reuse of waste materials, product durability and longevity. (Bonn, p. 17)



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Goal :  Preserve biodiversity including keeping land and oceans healthy

Targets and Indicators: By 2015, Governments should integrate education for sustainable development more actively.

By 2015, Governments should intensify their actions to fulfil their commitments in the Biodiversity Strategic Plan.

Seas : By 2020, reduce by two-thirds, plastic pollution in the seas. (Bonn p. 17)

Forests : By 2020, all remaining virgin forests are protected from conversion and degradation, consistent with the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity ...(Bonn, page 18)

By 2020, policies to stop the clearing of forests should be put in place at the global and national levels. (Bonn, page 18)

The restoration of over 150 million hectares of cleared or degraded forest landscapes is achieved by 2020, with the creation of millions of new jobs and enhanced livelihoods, improved security and adaptation to climate change. (Bonn, page 18)

Extraction : By 2020, States will have implemented the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples with special attention to free, prior, and informed consent.

Cities : By 2030, city transport needs are or remain predominantly met by mass transport, walking and bicycling.

(Bonn, p. 19)



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Goal :  Reduce Climate Destabilization

Targets and Indicators: By 2020, Governments should have clearly defined and put into practice the means to limit global warming at least by 1.5oCelsius. (ref. Bonn, p.16)[i]

By 2020, Governments will have a new treaty for the reduction of climate change. And by 2030, Governments will have put this treaty into effect.

By 2020, Governments will have put into effect a method for financing new technologies in developing countries to capture the carbon dioxide given off by industries.

And will finance a programme of adaptation to climate change in territories and populations particularly at risk and vulnerable. Such as small island nations.

[i]Indicators: Emissions of greenhouse gases should be reduced to 25 per cent of 1990 levels by 2020, 40 per cent by 2030, 60 per cent by 2040 and 80 per cent by 2050.



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Goal :  Increase Partnership for sustainable development

Targets and Indicators: By 2020, Governments will implement measures that assure an inclusive partnership relationship with civil society and the private sector to bring about the commitments made at Rio +20.

National and local Governments will work in partnership with civil society, NGOs, labor unions and businesses to make decisions.

Where the present economy brings about inequalities, destruction and greed, it should be replaced by an economy of care for human rights and the planet.

By 2022, Governments will adopt and implement laws which guarantee effective access to administrative and judicial procedures linked to sustainable development especially regarding reparation and compensation for damages. (Bonn, page 23)

By 2025 Governments will develop and implement multilateral systems of trade and finance which are open, rule-based, predictable and non-discriminatory.*

These systems will pay particular attention to the least developed countries, land-locked countries and small island developing states. *

By 2025, Governments will deal on a world-wide level with the problem of debt in developing countries using national and international measures to ensure long-term debt sustainability. *


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