Action against Inequalities
The onward march of modern societies leaves too many people by the wayside. Dianova commits to vulnerable or excluded individuals, with initiatives designed to meet their needs and foster their independence
Many countries have established social safety nets and assistance schemes that play a critical role in protecting their citizens. In spite of these, inequalities are on the rise, adding to the weight of problems that the poorest people face: housing, employment and training, education, health, illiteracy, access to leisure and culture, etc. These problems create the potential that they can become even more socially vulnerable.
Read Dianova’s complete position paper on Inequalities
Our impact in 2020
Dianova’s work with vulnerable populations contributes to SDGs 8, 10 and 11. These initiatives include, among others: outreach interventions for vulnerble people with drug dependence and their families, reintegration support programmes, community outreach, youth development programmes, and support for migrants and refugees.
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Activities or programmes
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Other SDGs Indirectly Impacted
They Work in this Area:
Civil society demands and contributions to ensure the protection of human rights of refugees and migrants
A statement by Dianova prior to the 61st session of the Commission on the Status of Women, which will take place at the United Nations Headquarters in New York from 13 to 24 March 2017.
A new infographic counters prejudicial narratives in the aim of promoting inclusion and integration of migrants and refugees