Humanity faces great global challenges that have a transnational character and a trans-institutional solution. The Office of the Constitutional President of Ecuador focuses on 8 important issues, taking into account the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations and the 2030 agenda, but also understanding a fourth generation of human rights.
But these challenges can not be addressed by a single government or by an isolated entity, there must be a collaboration between governments, global leaders, international organizations, companies, NGOs and creative individuals. Otherwise, the results can be catastrophic for humanity.
State of the humanity
What are we doing?
Greater access to water
Higher literacy rate
Greater life expectancy at birth
Reduction in the number of people living on less than $ 1.25 per day
Lower infant mortality
Lower HIV prevalence
Increased number of internet users
Higher income per capita
Greater number of women in parliaments
More schooling in secondary education
Better energy efficiency
Lower population growth
Less prevalence of malnutrition
Less nuclear proliferation
What are we backing up on?
Higher total debt
Greater income inequality
Greater human ecological footprint / lower biocapacity
More emissions of greenhouse gases
More terrorist attacks
Less electoral participation
In what there have not been significant changes or the change is not clear?
Electricity from renewable energy versus non-renewable energy
Expenditure on R & D
Doctors per inhabitant
The former President of Ecuador, Rosalía Arteaga, defends a "glocal" world, in which the globality that allows technology and respect for the local that guarantees identity is mixed.
The International Office of the Former Constitutional President of Ecuador
Carlos Montúfar E13-352, Sector Bellavista, Quito, Ecuador, 170135 | Phone + 1 917 818 4444 | firstname.lastname@example.org