This workshop will explore how we can critically explore the Health and Wellbeing Global Goal connecting local to global.
Find the recording of the WWGS Annual Student Conference 2022. Links to resources on degrowth are also included.
The abolition of the transatlantic slave trade began 200 years ago, and many schools marked this event. However, new forms of slavery are prevalent today.
A 2019 UN report by the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES) has found that nature is declining globally at rates unprecedented in human history.
Overfishing is the process of catching too many fish at once, so that the breeding population becomes too depleted to recover.
Our oceans have become our dumpsters. Marine pollution threatens the health of our coasts and ocean and it comes in many different forms.
Being an ethical consumer in today’s world requires first recognizing that consumption is not just embedded in economic relations, but also social and political ones.
For tens of millions of children around the world, their basic rights are at risk because they have to work.
There is a clear link between reducing the use of fossil fuels and the effects of climate change that our planet and its people will experience in the future.
This resource sheet strives to introduce to you the area of wellbeing as a global justice issue but also how we integrate global justice into the Wellbeing Framework.