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Visita de campo de WEDO a la iniciativa de Jardines Comunitarios en Moravia

New 06/10/2013
Summary
Una reseña sobre el trabajo de las mujeres de Moravia, coordinado por la oficina UPC-TdeA de la Cátedra UNESCO de Sosteniiblidad, alrededor de los Jardines Comunitarios, se publica en la Newsletter de WEDO (Women's Environment and Development Organization; http://www.wedo.org).
 

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June 1, 2013. Over the summer, WEDO Board Chair, Dr. Marcela Tovar-Restrepo led a field visit to the Moravian Community Garden Initiative with the Urban Planning Studio at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation.

La iniciativa del Grupo de Jardines Comunitarios de Moravia que nace a partir de la integración de ideas, se ha convertido en la actualidad en uno de los ejemplos a seguir dentro del barrio, ganando un alto reconocimiento y apoyo por parte de la comunidad en general.

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http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?llr=8zz9p6bab&v=001hkrcbzQb4VUXlnEo5dXdtrFdJrG5cXrOPHyAK_GpU3tQZya-jHsndMpY2DttzMApaQQ3gpxl_yI20CsOR7havxI_rc0sIeRoCo9LqY0gkGI%3D.

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As a global women’s advocacy organization, WEDO envisions a just world that promotes and protects human rights, gender equality and the integrity of the environment. WEDO’s mission is to ensure that women’s rights; social, economic and environmental justice; and sustainable development principles-as well as the linkages between them-are at the heart of global and national policies, programs and practices.

WEDO views strong and diverse partnerships as integral to meeting its goals. It allies with women’s organizations; environmental, development and human rights organizations; governments; and intergovernmental organizations, including the United Nations, to achieve its mission. WEDO’s core competency has been high-level advocacy in international arenas, while building bridges among a range of stakeholders.

WEDO works on a range of cross-cutting issues—from climate change and natural resource management, to global governance and finance and UN reform—toward three interlinked goals.

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