We use our access to UN platforms to address multi-dimensional economic, social and ecological aspects that are key to achieving a quality of life for all and to advocate education for the responsible use of resources.
IFHE submitted a statement on gender-sensitive social protection measures to the 63. Commission on the Status of Women that took place in March 2019 in New York. The Commission's priority theme was "Social Protection, Public services and Infrastructure" and IFHE representatives attend High Level Ministerial Meetings, round tables and side events.
On the occasion of the 57. Commission for Social Development on "Inequalities and challenges to social inclusion through fiscal, wage and social protection policies" in February 2019, IFHE, together with partners, issued a joint oral statement and organised a side event. IFHE was also proud to receive an award from the International Federation for Family Development (IFFD).
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) provide a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet. From a Home Economics perspective, households are key to transforming societies and achieving a sustainable living for all.
Our profession draws from multiple disciplines and addresses the impact of e.g. food, health, economic, environmental, and human/political systems on the status of individuals, families, and communities. This integrated approach allows us to develop specific interpretations of important SDGs and contribute to their achievement.
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The Alliance aims to save lives, improve livelihoods, empower women, and protect the environment by creating a global market for clean and efficient household cooking solutions.
ZHC is a network to achieve collective impact in the area of food security, nutrition and sustainable food systems.
IFHE was actively involved in the planning of the IYF, established by the UN in 1994. Since then, we run campaigns on the occasion of IYF decennial anniversaries. The 20th anniversary campaign led to a publication on Family Socioeconomic and Cultural Issues.
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