30 prominent peacebuilding organizations, including WPP, endorse an Open Letter to the Members of the UN Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals (OWG), covering the need of effective targets to promote sustainable peace. To help answer the call of the world’s poorest and most vulnerable people and the evidence provided by the world’s experts, and to ensure that peaceful and non-violent societies, governance, the rule of law and capable institutions continue to be identified as top priority areas for sustainable development, we are pleased to share with the OWG members a list of targets that we believe will be effective in promoting peace and sustainable development.
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24 Apr '14 The International Peace Institute Global Observatory interviewed Anthony Keedi, Program Coordinator at ABAAD - Resource Center for Gender Equality and panelist of WPP's CSW Panel Discussion on "Involving Religious Leaders in Women's Rights Work: Innovative Practices and Challenges from the Field", about involving religious leaders and men in gender equality work in Lebanon.
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