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EMBRACING SDGS & HUMAN

RIGHTS THROUGH
THE POWER OF YOUTH
LEADERSHIP

RAYMUND CHRISTOPHER R. DELA PEÑA, RN, RM, MAN


FACULTY, UNP-COLLEGE OF NURSING
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT,
JUNIOR CHAMBER INTERNATIONAL (JCI) – CANDON GOLD LEAF
WHAT ARE HUMAN RIGHTS?

Are rights inherent to all


human beings, regardless of
race, sex, nationality,
ethnicity, language, religion,
or any other status.
Include the right to life and liberty,
freedom from slavery and torture,
freedom of opinion and expression, the
right to work and education, and many
more.
• The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
were agreed unanimously by UN Member
WHAT ARE SDGS? States in 2015.
• They are a set of 17 goals, each with
numerous and specific targets, all to be met
by 2030.
• The SDGs range from a commitment to
ending extreme poverty, to providing
education for all, to tackling climate change,
to achieving gender equality and to building
a strong judicial sector.
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS RELATED HUMAN RIGHTS
• End poverty in all its  Right to an
forms everywhere
adequate
 Eradicating extreme standard of
poverty living.
 Implementing social
protection measures  Right to social
ensuring security.
 Ensuring equal access
of men and women to  Equal rights of
economic resources women in
economic life.
SDG HR
• End hunger, achieve food
security and improved
Right to adequate
nutrition, and promote food
sustainable agriculture

 Ending hunger and International


malnutrition
cooperation,
 Improving agricultural
production, sustainable and
including ensuring
resilient food production equitable
 Correcting trade distortions distribution of
world food
 Ensuring functioning food
commodity markets supplies
SDG HR
• Ensure healthy lives and  Right to life, particularly of
promote well – being for all women and children
at all ages
 Right to health, particularly
 reducing maternal mortality;
of women and children
ending preventable child
deaths;
 Special protection for
 ending or reducing AIDS other mothers and children
Diseases
 Right to enjoy the benefits
 universal health coverage, of scientific progress and its
affordable essential application
medicines, sexual and
reproductive health care;
 International cooperation
 Vaccine research, and access
to medicines.
SDG HR
Ensure inclusive and equitable  Right to education
quality education and promote particularly in relation to
life-long learning opportunities children persons with
for all disabilities and indigenous
peoples
 Universal access to free,
quality preprimary, primary
 Equal rights of women and
and secondary education
girls in the field of
education
 improving vocational skills
 Right to work, including
 equal access to education
technical and vocational
training
 Expanding education
facilities, scholarships and
 International cooperation
training of teachers
Achieve gender equality and  Elimination of all forms of
empower all women and discrimination against
girls women and girls
particularly in legislation,
 Eliminating discrimination political and public life
and violence against economic and social life
women and girls and family relations

 Valuing unpaid care and  Right to decide the number


domestic work and spacing of children

 Ensuring the full  Special protection for


participation of women mothers and children

 Access to reproductive  Elimination of violence


health care; and equal against women and girls
access of women to
economic resources.  Right to just and favorable
conditions of work
• Ensure availability
sustainable management of
and
Right to safe
water and sanitation for all. drinking water and
 Ensuring universal and
sanitation
equitable access to safe,
affordable drinking water, Right to health
sanitation and hygiene for
all
Equal access to
 Reducing pollution
water and
 Increasing water-use sanitation for rural
efficiency women
 Promoting participatory
management of water and
sanitation services
• Ensure access to Right to an
affordable, adequate standard
reliable, of living
sustainable and Right to enjoy the
modern energy benefits of scientific
for all. progress and its
application
 Ensuring universal
access to
affordable,
reliable and
modern energy
services
• Promote sustained, inclusive  Right to work and to just
and sustainable economic
growth, full and productive
and favorable
employment and decent work conditions of work
for all.
 Prohibition of slavery,
 Promoting sustained economic
growth forced labor, and
 Improving resource efficiency trafficking of persons
in production and consumption;
full and productive
 Equal rights of women
employment and decent work
for all in relation to
 Eradicating forced and child employment
labor and trafficking
 Protecting labor rights
including those of migrant
 Prohibition of child
workers labor
 increasing access to financial
services.  Equal labor rights of
migrant workers
• Build resilient infrastructure,  Right to enjoy the benefits
promote inclusive and of scientific progress and its
sustainable industrialization application
and foster innovation
 Right to access to
 Affordable and equitable information
access to quality
infrastructure; employment  Right to adequate housing,
generating industrialization including land and
resources
 Access to financial services
and markets  Equal rights of women to
financial credit and rural
 Innovation and technology infrastructure
transfer, and increasing
access to ICT.
• Reduce inequality within and  Right to equality and non-
among countries discrimination

 Promoting higher growth rates  Right to participate in public


for the bottom 40 per cent affairs

 Promoting social, economic and  Right to social security


political inclusion
 Promotion of conditions for
 Reducing inequalities in international migration
opportunities and outcomes;
ensuring social protection for  Right of migrants to transfer
all their earnings and savings

 Securing participation in
economic decision making

 Facilitating migration, and


reducing transaction costs for
migrant remittances.
• Make cities and human  Right to adequate housing,
settlements inclusive, safe, including land and resources
resilient and sustainable
 Right to participate in cultural
 Ensuring access to housing, life
basic services and public
transport for all  Accessibility of transportation,
facilities and services
 Participatory planning of particularly of persons with
human settlements disabilities, children, and rural
women
 Safeguarding cultural and
natural heritage  Protection from natural
disasters
 Strengthening resilience to
disasters
• Ensure sustainable  Right to health
consumption and including the right to
production patterns
safe, clean, healthy
 Achieving sustainable and sustainable
management and efficient environment
use of natural resources
 Right to adequate
 improving waste
management promoting
food & right to safe
sustainable public drinking water
procurement
 Right of all peoples to
 Ensuring access to freely dispose of their
information building
capacity for sustainable
natural wealth and
development resources
• Take urgent action to  Right to health
combat climate including the right to
change and its safe, clean, healthy
impacts and sustainable
environment
 Strengthening
resilience and  Right to adequate
adaptation to climate food & right to safe
change and natural drinking water
disasters, including in
marginalized  Right of all peoples to
communities freely dispose of their
natural wealth and
 Implementation of the resources
Green Climate fund.
• Conserve and  Right to health
sustainably use the including the right to
oceans, seas and safe, clean, healthy
marine resources for and sustainable
sustainable
environment
development

 Reducing marine  Right to adequate


pollution; conserving food & right to safe
costal ecosystems, costal drinking water
marine areas and fish
stock  Right of all peoples to
freely dispose of their
 Securing market access natural wealth and
for small scale fishers resources
 Protection of marine
biodiversity
• Protect, restore and  Right to health
promote sustainable use including the right to
of terrestrial ecosystems,
sustainably manage
safe, clean, healthy
forests, combat and sustainable
desertification, and halt environment
and reverse land
degradation and halt  Right to adequate
biodiversity loss.
food & right to safe
 Sustainable management of drinking water
freshwater, mountain
ecosystems and forests  Right of all peoples to
freely dispose of their
 Combatting desertification
halting biodiversity loss
natural wealth and
resources
 Combatting poaching and
trafficking of protected
species
• Promote peaceful and  Right to life, liberty and
inclusive societies for security of the person including
sustainable development, freedom from torture
provide access to justice for
all and build effective,  Protection of children from all
accountable and inclusive forms of violence, abuse or
institutions at all levels. exploitation

 reducing all forms of violence  Right to access to justice and


 ending violence against and due process
trafficking of children
 promoting rule of law and  Right to legal personality
justice for all Right to participate in public
 reducing illicit financial and affairs
arms flows, corruption and
bribery; developing effective  Right to access to information
institutions
 Participation in decision
making at all levels
 legal identity for all
Strengthen the means of  Right of all peoples to self-
implementation and revitalize determination
the global partnership for
sustainable development  Right of all peoples to
development, & international
 Strengthening domestic and cooperation
international resources
 Debt sustainability  Right of everyone to enjoy the
 Technology transfer and benefits of scientific progress
capacity building and its application, including
 Promoting trade international cooperation in
 Enhancing policy and the scientific field
institutional coherence;
respecting countries’ policy  Right to privacy including
space respect for human rights and
 Promoting multi-stakeholder ethical
partnerships; measurements for principles in the collection and use
progress, disaggregated data of statistics