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Social Solidarity Economy Recommendations delivered to the UN


by Nadia Gianoli

On July 3rd the Social Solidarity Economy Recommendations were officially delivered to the United Nations during the 2nd Meeting of the High Level Political Forum of the United Nations on Sustainable Development.

About a month ago we encouraged you to endorse the “Social Solidarity Economy Recommendations for the Post-2015 Development Agenda” and share these as wide as possible.

On July 3rd 2014 the Social Solidarity Economy Recommendations were officially delivered to the United Nations State Members, Delegates and Agencies, during the 2nd Meeting of the High Level Political Forum of the United Nations on Sustainable Development.

“The Social Solidarity Economy is part of the answer that is needed today, and thus must be adequately recognized and supported.”

The document with 500 endorsements, including the Forum of Ethics & Responsabilities, was handed in the three languages to all the participants in the room which you can find in the following links:

English: http://www.ripess.org/social-solidarity-economy-recommendations-for-the-post-2015-development-agenda/

Español: http://www.ripess.org/recomendaciones-de-la-economia-social-solidaria-para-la-agenda-de-desarrollo-post-2015/

Français: http://www.ripess.org/recommandations-de-leconomie-sociale-solidaire-pour-lagenda-de-developpement-post-2015/

To announce it was Mr. Daniel Tygel, lead discussant in the moderated inter-regional dialogue “Unlocking and reshaping development and enhancing implementation: the regional context”, on behalf of the major group of non-government organizations(NGOs). Mr. Tygel is Operations Manager, Intercontinental Network for the Promotion of Social Solidarity Economy (RIPESS).

You can watch the whole dialogue here. Mr Tygel speech is at 1:53:26.

Published on: 22 July 2014
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