Toolkits

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Guiding Principles on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights

The Guiding Principles on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights are the first global policy guidelines focused specifically on the human rights of people living in poverty. They are intended for use by governments to ensure that public policies, including poverty eradication efforts, reach the poorest members of society, respect and uphold their rights, and take into account the significant social, cultural, economic and structural obstacles to human rights enjoyment faced by persons living in poverty.
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A Dialogical Guide to Peace-building

This interfaith dialogue guide blends Scripture (Islamic and Christian) with family systems theory to offer specific guidelines, techniques and practices that can help bridge religious, ethnic and other kinds of identity divides. It was designed to help facilitators bring together Christians and Muslims in workshops, dialogues, mediations, meetings, interventions or mentoring groups. Although designed for use within the Nigerian cultural context, it is applicable within many other cultural contexts where faith is a critical factor, and where identity differences divide a population, resulting in community rupture or violence.
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UN Security Council Resolution 2250 (2015)

On 9 December 2015, the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) adopted Resolution 2250. This is the first resolution that deals specifically with the role of young people in issues of peace and security. The resolution is an important landmark for the recognition of the positive role young people can play in conflict and post-conflict setting. This is an in-depth explanation of the resolution and what it means, read the annotated version.
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An Interfaith Guide to End Child Poverty: Inspire. Act. Change.

The primary aim of this Resource Guide is to mobilize Faith-inspired resources to end Child Poverty. The guide has been developed by Arigatou International's Interfaith Initiative to End Child Poverty, (End Child Poverty) - a multi-faith, child centred, global initiative that mobilizes faith-inspired resources to end child poverty.
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A Handbook for Youth on Sustainable Development Goals

As young leaders of tomorrow, it is pivotal that youth are informed and engaged with the global vision for the future. Over the next fifteen years, youth will not only directly experience the outcome of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and plans, but will also be the key driver for their successful implementation. This hand book for Youth explores the Sustainable Development Goals and the 2030 Agenda from a youth perspective as they channel their passion and energy towards the collective journey to build a sustainable world for all.
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Sustainable Development Goals to End Child Poverty Guide.

A world in which no child grows up in poverty and every child can fulfill their potential would be a different world indeed. This is why we see ending child poverty as a defining challenge of human progress. Two years ago, a diverse group of organizations Arigatou Internationals' End Child Poverty Initiative included, came together to form a Global Coalition to End Child Poverty to work collectively for change. This guide is an attempt to harness their knowledge and experience in supporting national processes to achieve Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 1 on Ending Poverty, which includes children explicitly for the first time in global poverty goals and, in doing so, support all the SDGs which are so crucial to the realization of children’s rights. This guide seeks to share experiences from across the world to support countries building national pathways to end child poverty.

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16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence Tool Kit

This year marks the 25th year of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence Campaign, initiated in 1991 and coordinated by the Center for Women’s Global Leadership. This years theme of the 16 Days Campaign is “From Peace in the Home to Peace in the World: Make Education Safe for All”, in recognition of the structural discrimination and inequality perpetuated by the cycle of violence even when they are educated. This Take Action Kit is a set of resources to help guide the campaign and serves as a guideline in taking action towards ending gender based violence.