Inspired by the example of their founders, Louise de Marillac and Vincent de Paul, the Daughters of Charity and Congregation of the Mission (the Vincentians) are committed to the full, integral development of the human person.

The Daughters of Charity and Congregation of the Mission
The Daughters of Charity and Congregation of the Mission
The Daughters of Charity and Congregation of the Mission
The Daughters of Charity and Congregation of the Mission
The Daughters of Charity and Congregation of the Mission

ribbon-icon-sqThe Future We Want – Can We Make it a Reality?

Eight Key Issues for a Post-2015 Global Development and Sustainability Agenda

The international community is presently engaged in a major conversation to shape a new global development agenda, which will succeed the current Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) that conclude at the end of 2015. World leaders, civil society organisations and the business community are calling for an ambitious, long-term agenda to improve people’s lives and protect the planet for future generations. Under the title The Future We Want – Can We Make it a Reality?, Helen Clark, the Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP),

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globe-icon-sqEight Key Issues for a Post-2015 Global Development and Sustainability Agenda

2014 is a decisive year for the elaboration of new global development and sustainability goals that will replace the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in 2015. Numerous global problems and crises of the last decades remain unsolved and new problems continue to emerge. Countries in both the Global North and Global South face common challenges, such as growing social inequity, continued and increasing environmental degradation, growing resource consumption and the aftermath of the financial, economic and food crises, as well as the intensifying of climate change. Learn More

info-icon-sqCurrent UN processes to achieve a life of dignity for all

Post 2015 Development Agenda. After almost two years of information gathering from around the world, the Post 2015 process is moving towards the stage in which member states negotiate the final content of the Goals. Recently, Mr. David Donoghue, Permanent Representative of Ireland, and Mr. Macharia Kamau, Permanent Representative of Kenya, were appointed co-facilitators to move the process forward. At the same time, this year’s President of the General Assembly will organize a series of events on “Delivering on and implementing a transformative post-2015 development agenda.” It is an important time for civil society to encourage governments to come to the realization that people must come before economic gains and that we live on a planet with limited resources Learn More

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