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Multilateralism: How can we improve cooperation?

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This year, the United Nations is marking its 75th anniversary.

The challenges our world is facing are legion: climate change, global pandemic, poverty, migration... the list goes on. As different as they may seem, these challenges have one thing in common: they are global. During these unprecedented times, it is more important than ever to work together to build a better world.

  • So, how can we improve cooperation?
  • How can we make sure that we achieve the Sustainable Development Goals?
  • How do we make sure the world recovers equitably?
  • How can we make the most of multilateralism?

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frank primault
26 November 2020

Bonjour,

je centre surtout ma réponse sur la gestion écologique en relation avec le développement durable pour les générations futures. Je prends l'exemple sur les emballages, je remarque que de plus en plus de produit sont emballés dans du carton recyclé au lieu du plastique, il serrait intéressant au seins de l'UE de sensibilisé cette méthode sur l'ensemble des produit au-delà du simple produit alimentaire.

Sur le long terme cela pourrait réduire considérablement l'impact carbone dans les pays ''dépotoir'' et pollueur, a mon sens c'est une parfaite façon de donner un exemple a bonne conduite.

Par cette même idée, il serait tellement plus agréable de donner une chance a la plus jeune génération avenir. Je veux dire par là, ouvrir une possibilité a des écoles maternelle et ou primaire de créer des fermes et de mini potager, pour apprendre aux enfants de manger autrement et de consommer autrement.

Il est probable que les idées ci-dessus sont déjà en développement mais j'en ai énormément de la même catégorie.

Sven AERTS NAYER MEY-SREY
24 November 2020

When you are planning a project in another country, please include the diaspora community. We are FAE-FAE, the Federation 4 Asian communities in Europe - Fédération des communautés Asiatiques en Europe. We teach our members to go on the EEAS website, the Erasmus+ project result website, the website of the DG Devco; how would you feel if you are trying to help your country of origin and then see you are completely bypassed by huge projects taking place over your heads?

Sven AERTS NAYER MEY-SREY
24 November 2020

We promote linking up with larger existing logical frameworks / scaffolding s.a. the UN Calendar of Observances - you know with the "World days/weeks/years/decades", or the EU values and organisation in Directorate Generals and the programs s.a. Erasmus+ each one organises. All of these come about after solid processes of consulting top stakeholders/knowledgeable organisations and people. They are quality. It's like flying along strong wings; hooking your own wagon and together create a momentum. In the case of the EU, the programs' logical framework, come with a calendar, resources, partner finding tools, money and are built upon solid research/democratic polling so that you have guidance from the most inspiring and knowledgeable organisations within your sector and are doing useful stuff, catapult you way further to a higher level and find knowledgeable people and organisations, not some people with a mental disorder that have a big mouth but only offer chaos, no logical framework and no money. Sincerely, FAE-FAE Federation Asian communities in Europe - Fédération des communautés Asiatiques en Europe

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