Les villes intelligentes, l’énergie du futur et les objectifs de développement durable au menu de la 4e édition du Forum de l’innovation sociale et de l’éthique globale, organisé par Horyou au Kazakhstan.

Céremonie d'ouverture SIGEF 2017
Céremonie d’ouverture SIGEF 2017

C’est la ville d’Astana au Kazakhstan qui a accueilli la 4e édition du SIGEF, Forum de l’innovation sociale et de l’éthique globale. Première édition tenue en Asie centrale et organisée par Horyou, le réseau social pour le social good, elle s’est tenue le 5 septembre à l’Hôtel Rixos Président Astana, avec pour objectif de promouvoir et faire progresser les Objectifs du Développement Durable des Nations Unies dans le cadre de l’EXPO 2017, un des événements mondiaux les plus importants de l’année. Le SIGEF 2017 a accueilli un large éventail de conférenciers et de panélistes internationaux de haut niveau devant un public local et international qualifié, ainsi qu’un grand nombre d’internautes du monde entier, connectés à la retransmission en live streaming des sessions.

Les panels du SIGEF 2017 ont exposé un condensé intéressant d’idées et de propositions relatives à trois des défis les plus importants de notre époque : les villes intelligentes, les objectifs de développement durable et l’énergie du futur – ce dernier thème étant par ailleurs celui de l’EXPO 2017 Astana. En guise d’ouverture, Yonathan Parienti, fondateur et CEO d’Horyou, a déclaré : “Nous vivons dans un monde de consommation exacerbée à tous les niveaux et cela pèse lourdement sur les efforts de développement durable. Le SIGEF 2017 est une excellente occasion d’examiner et de partager des solutions pour redéfinir nos priorités et contribuer à accélérer sa mise en œuvre. Ici, nous sommes vraiment connectés pour le positif”. Dr. Li Ruohong, président de la China World Peace Foundation, fondateur du Jardin de la paix et directeur général de la Beijing International Peace Culture Foundation, a succédé à Yonathan Parienti sur scène pour souligner la forte aspiration mondiale à la paix dans un monde aux prises avec des tensions de toutes sortes. Optimiste résolu, Dr. Li Ruohong a souligné la forte corrélation entre une recherche harmonieuse de durabilité et une approche respectueuse des cultures et de la diversité pour façonner un avenir meilleur.

Dr Li Ruohong
Dr Li Ruohong

Le premier panel, “Villes intelligentes: villes de demain ?”, a examiné l’impact de la technologie et de la connectivité sur l’expansion inévitable de l’urbanisation, en soulignant la nécessité de construire des villes plus efficaces et durables. En direct du Kenya, Nicholas You, ancien conseiller de l’ONU pour l’habitat et co-président de Global Cities Business Alliance, a rappelé à l’auditoire qu’ “une ville intelligente met les personnes au premier plan et s’investit dans un apprentissage continu, où l’information est partagée en temps réel”. Lui ont succédé au pupitre Andrew Snowhite, Directeur exécutif du Pavillon des USA à l’EXPO 2017 et Pierre-Olivier Boyer, Directeur du Partenariat Stratégique chez Vicat Group. Les deux panélistes se sont faits les promoteurs d’une planification urbaine inclusive qui prend en compte les besoins des citoyens avant les intérêts corporatifs ou politiques.

Session villes intelligentes
Session villes inteligentes

La session “Villes intelligentes” a été suivie de deux panels consacrés aux “ODD (Objectifs de développement durable) en tant qu’opportunités multipartites”, des intervenants du secteur privé et des organisations internationales y ont pris la parole pour évaluer la dynamique des Objectifs de Développement Durable de l’ONU. Prenant la première la parole, Munkhtuya Altangerel, Représentante résidente adjointe du PNUD au Kazakhstan, a souligné les jalons des ODD en Asie centrale, affirmant que “des progrès remarquables ont été accomplis en matière de responsabilisation et de réduction de la pauvreté “, tout en admettant que “nous sommes toujours confrontés à des défis dans la région”. Son allocution a été amplifiée par le Dr Li Ruohong, de la China World Peace Foundation, ainsi que par Zhanar Sagimbayeva, spécialiste du suivi des enfants à l’UNICEF et Yonathan Parienti, fondateur et CEO d’Horyou, qui ont partagé leurs idées et leurs espoirs pour un avenir dans lequel nous voudrions vivre – et se sont fait l’écho de l’importance du legs que nous aimerions laisser aux générations futures.

Le second panel ODD a été animé par Yoshioka Tatsuya, co-fondateur et directeur de Peace Boat, Michael Eves, actuaire en chef du Swiss Re Group et Peter Biwott, CEO du Export Promotion Council Kenya. Leurs interventions ont tourné autour des opportunités que les ODD offrent au secteur privé ; les panélistes sont ainsi convenus que l’inclusion sociale devrait être la règle parce qu’elle profite à tous les acteurs de la société. De son côté, M. Biwott a insisté que “notre but ultime est de réduire la faim et de renforcer l’éducation”.

Session ODD
Session ODD

En résonnance avec l’Accord de Paris, la séance de clôture a été consacrée à “L’énergie du futur”, au cours de laquelle les intervenants ont eu l’occasion de partager leurs visions et perspectives sur ce grand défi pour l’humanité. Faisant valoir la conviction que l’entrepreneuriat social et les modèles d’affaires innovateurs sont de puissants outils pour promouvoir le changement positif, Yoshioka Tatsuya, conférencier principal, a présenté le cas Peace Boat, qui utilise les paquebots de croisière comme outil éducatif pour les études ODD. Pierre Kiala, directeur de la coopération internationale au ministère de l’Energie et de l’Eau de l’Angola et directeur adjoint du Pavillon de l’Angola, Kodzo Alabo, ambassadeur du Ghana en Russie, et Diala Beinke, ingénieur et conseiller en énergie, ont quant à eux fait part de leurs réflexions sur la nécessité de diversifier les sources d’énergie et de promouvoir l’éducation sociale pour parvenir à une consommation durable d’énergie.

Enfin, Yonathan Parienti a invité l’audience internationale du SIGEF 2017 à construire de meilleures perspectives d’avenir. “Le SIGEF est une source d’inspiration partagée. Nous pouvons réunir des personnes de tous horizons, de toutes nationalités et de toutes parcours de vie pour trouver des solutions pour l’avenir”, a ainsi déclaré, en guise de conclusion, le fondateur et CEO de Horyou.

Yonathan Parienti, fondateur et PDG Horyou
Yonathan Parienti, fondateur et PDG Horyou

L’événement a été retransmis en live streaming à plus de 250 000 adhérents d’Horyou dans 180 pays, ainsi qu’à la large audience des partenaires locaux et internationaux du SIGEF 2017.

Les panels du SIGEF 2017 ont été suivis d’une session de réseautage et d’un cocktail qui ont donné à tous les intervenants, ainsi qu’au public présent, l’occasion de “connect for good”. Enfin, les 6 et 7 septembre, Horyou a conduit la délégation internationale du SIGEF17 pour une visite officielle de plusieurs pavillons pays de l’EXPO 2017.

A propos d’Horyou

Horyou est le réseau social pour le social good. Par la technologie, l’innovation et la promotion de l’entreprenariat social, Horyou met en avant les interactions globales significatives de ses partenaires, organisations adhérentes, membres et personnalités. Via la plate-forme, l’appli et le Spotlight, première devise sociale mondiale pour l’impact, Horyou contribue à transformer les idées positives en actions concrètes, tout en développant des relations constructives en ligne et hors ligne. Accédez à www.horyou.com

Smart Cities, Future Energy and Sustainable Development Goals were addressed in the 4th edition of the Social Innovation and Global Ethics Forum that took place in Kazakhstan

Panelists, SIGEF team and participants in open ceremony
Panelists, SIGEF team and participants in open ceremony

Astana, Kazakhstan, was the host city of the 4th edition of SIGEF, the Social Innovation and Global Ethics Forum. The first edition to be held in Central Asia, it was organized by Horyou, the social network for social good, and took plce on September 5 at Rixos President Astana Hotel with the objective to further promote and advance the UN Sustainable Development Goals in the context of EXPO 2017, one of the most important global events of the year. SIGEF 2017 hosted a broad variety of high profile international speakers and panelists before a qualified local and international audience, as well as a large spectrum of global viewers reached via the live-streaming of its sessions.

SIGEF 2017 panels offered interesting insights into three of the most critical challenges of our times: Smart Cities, Sustainable Development Goals and Future Energy – the latter supporting the theme of EXPO 2017 Astana. The opening remarks were delivered by Yonathan Parienti, founder and CEO of Horyou who stated: «We live in a world of exacerbated consumption at all levels that is seriously straining sustainable development efforts. SIGEF 2017 is a great opportunity to examine and share solutions to redefine our priorities and help accelerate its implementation. Here we are truly connecting for good». Parienti was succeeded on stage by Dr. Li Ruohong, Chairman of the China World Peace Foundation, founder of the Peace Garden, and Director-General of the Beijing International Peace Culture Foundation, who highlighted the strong global aspiration for peace in a world that is witnessing tensions of different sorts. A resolute optimist, Dr. Ruohong emphasized the strong correlation between a harmonious search for sustainability and a respectful approach to cultures and diversity to shape a better future.

SIGEF 2017 - Smart Cities panel

The first panel, «Smart Cities: Cities of Tomorrow?», considered the impact of technology and connectivity on the unavoidable expansion of urbanization, highlighting the need to build more efficient and sustainable cities. Live-streamed from Kenya, keynote speaker Nicholas You, former UN Habitat Advisor and Co-president of Global Cities Business Alliance, reminded the audience that «a Smart City puts people first and engages into continuous learning, where information is shared in real time». He was joined on the panel by Andrew Snowhite, Executive Director of the USA Pavilion at EXPO 2017 and Pierre-Olivier Boyer, Director of Strategic Partnership at Vicat Group. Both panelists promoted an inclusive urban planning that takes into puts citizen’s needs ahead of corporate or political interests.

SDG panel
SDG panel

Smart Cities was followed by two panels dedicated to the «SDGs as multi-stakeholders opportunities» session, speakers for the private sector and international organizations took the stage to assess the UN Sustainable Development Goals’ momentum. First to speak on the first panel, Munkhtuya Altangerel, Deputy Resident Representative of UNDP in Kazakhstan, highlighted the SDGs milestones in Central Asia affirming that «Remarkable achievements have been made in poverty reduction and accountability”, while admitting that “We still face challenges in the region». Her address was amplified by Dr. Li Ruohong, from China World Peace Foundation, Zhanar Sagimbayeva, UNICEF’s Child Monitoring Specialist and Yonathan Parienti who shared thoughts and hopes for the future we want to live in – and the legacy we are leaving.

Dr Li Ruohong
Dr Li Ruohong

The second SDG panel guested Yoshioka Tatsuya, co-founder and Director of Peace Boat, Michael Eves, Group Chief Actuary of Swiss Re Group and Peter Biwott, CEO of Export Promotion Council Kenya. The addresses revolved around the opportunities that the SDGs provide for the private sector whereby the panelists agreed that social inclusion should be the rule because it benefits all actors of society. Mr. Biwott, on his part, added that «Our ultimate goal is to reduce hunger and strengthen education».

Resonating with the Paris Agreement, the closing session was on «Future Energy», during which the speakers had the opportunity to share their visions and perspectives about perhaps the biggest challenge for humanity. Advancing the conviction that social entrepreneurship and innovative business models are strong tools to promote positive change, keynote speaker Yoshioka Tatsuya presented the Peace Boat case which uses cruise ships as an educational tool for SDG studies. He was followed by panelists Dr. Pierre Kiala, Deputy Director of Angola Pavilion, Diala Beinke, Engineer and Energy Advisor, and Kodzo Alabo, Ambassador of Ghana who shared their thoughts on the need to diversify sources of energy and to promote social education in order to reach a sustainable consumption of power.

Yonathan Parienti, founder and CEO of Horyou
Yonathan Parienti, founder and CEO of Horyou

Lastly, in his closing remarks, Yonathan Parienti invited the international audience of SIGEF 2017 to shape better times to come. «SIGEF is about sharing inspiration. We can have people from many backgrounds, geographies and nationalities standing together to work out solutions for the future», said the founder and CEO of Horyou.

The event was live streamed to more than 250,000 Horyou adherents from 180 countries, and a large number of SIGEF’s partners followers locally and worldwide.

SIGEF 2017 panels were followed by a networking session and cocktail, which gave all speakers and members of the audience the opportunity to “connect for good”. On the 6th and 7th of September, Horyou led a SIGEF17 International delegation to an official visit of a number of EXPO 2017 country pavilions. For more information visit www.sigef2017.com.

About Horyou

Horyou connects more than 250,000 Internet users to Non-Profit Organisations, Artists, and Innovators in 180 countries. Horyou organizes international events in resonance with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, such as the Horyou Village in Cannes during the Film Festival and the Social Innovation and Global Ethics Forum, SIGEF. Horyou recently launched Spotlight, the first global social currency supporting economic inclusion worldwide, embedded into the social network. Horyou aims to connect CSR and innovative companies to its diverse community of change-makers worldwide.

For more information visit www.horyou.com

Fundada em 1985, a Casa Pequeno Davi é uma organização incansável no compromisso com crianças e adolescentes em vulnerabilidade social e em situação de rua. Desde os anos 1990, o trabalho social realizado na capital da Paraíba, João Pessoa, vem se ampliando para atender ao entorno familiar de crianças e adolescentes, atuando também em escolas do bairro do Roger, onde funcionava o lixão metropolitano, e também no estado do Ceará. Hoje, a Casa Pequeno Davi é uma organização que atua nos espaços de formulação de políticas públicas (conselhos, fóruns e redes), conquistando parcerias ao longo do tempo e conquistando a credibilidade da comunidade e da sociedade em geral. Leia mais sobre esse membro ativo da nossa plataforma Horyou!

A Casa Pequeno Davi promove atividades de apoio a crianças e adolescentes na Paraíba e no Ceará
A Casa Pequeno Davi promove atividades de apoio a crianças e adolescentes na Paraíba e no Ceará

Quais são as principais inspirações para o trabalho da Casa Pequeno Davi?

A defesa dos direitos, o respeito à pessoa humana, a ética, a responsabilidade, a transparência, participação, a igualdade e a democracia plena.

Que tipo de impacto a organização deseja causar no mundo?

Uma sociedade justa e responsável, onde os direitos humanos, sobretudo de crianças e adolescentes, sejam respeitados e efetivados.

De que forma as redes sociais e a tecnologia influenciam no dia a dia da organização?

Maior visibilidade da organização por parte da sociedade em geral, possibilitando novas parcerias. Ainda com a possibilidade de inserção do público (crianças, adolescentes e familiares) na chamada inclusão digital por meio dos cursos, oficinas oferecidos pela instituição por meio das parcerias.

Quais foram as principais evoluções da atuação da organização em relação à comunicação e as novas tecnologias?

Visando ampliar sua visibilidade, a organização investiu na comunicação, utilizando todos os meios de comunicação possíveis (site, blog, redes sociais, campanhas e materiais impressos). Hoje, a Casa Pequeno Davi é uma organização de referência na área defesa dos direitos humanos, em especial de crianças e adolescentes no Estado da Paraíba.

A organização faz parcerias para promover atividades variadas com as crianças
A organização faz parcerias para promover atividades variadas com as crianças

Qual a importância de participar de uma rede social do bem social como a Horyou?

No mundo globalizado, a participação em uma rede social com a amplitude da Horyou, é de fundamental importância para ampliar a escala da visibilidade institucional. A conexão com outras organizações, o compartilhamento dos objetivos e das ações fortalece a metodologia do trabalho para o alcance da missão.

Vivemos em uma era de constante transformação. Quais são as mudanças positivas que você deseja para a sua comunidade e para as gerações futuras?

Acreditamos que, em primeiro lugar, precisamos de uma consciência ambiental globalizada porque as gerações futuras dependem do nosso comportamento atual. Não é mais possível conviver com o desrespeito em todos os níveis, seja entre as pessoas, seja com o ambiente em que vivemos.

Estamos contribuindo para a formação cidadã de crianças e adolescentes que são prioridade absoluta, de acordo com o Estatuto da Criança e do Adolescente. Esse público precisa ter seus direitos efetivados na prática para que possam ter melhoria na qualidade de vida e um amanhã diferente.

A Horyou é a rede social do bem social. Conectamos e apoiamos iniciativas sociais, empreendedores e cidadãos que promovem a implementação dos Objetivos de Desenvolvimento Sustentável da ONU, para que possamos construir um mundo mais harmonioso e inclusivo. Seja a mudança, seja Horyou!

The Social Innovation and Global Ethics Forum organized by Horyou will discuss Future Energy, Smart Cities, SDGs, and lead official delegation to EXPO 2017 Astana

SIGEF 2017 will take place in Astana, Kazakhstan
SIGEF 2017 will take place in Astana, Kazakhstan

Horyou, the Social Network for Social Good, announces the 4th edition of SIGEF, the Social Innovation and Global Ethics Forum. The world-class event will take place on the 5th of September 2017, at Rixos President Astana Hotel in Astana, Kazakhstan. It will be followed by an official delegation’s visit to EXPO 2017 on the 6th and 7th of September.

With a team of top-class international speakers, panellists and moderators, SIGEF will cover three of the most critical issues of our time – Smart Cities, the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Future Energy. «With SIGEF, Horyou is committed to encourage multi-stakeholders to gather, interact, and establish partnerships to shape better times to come. SIGEF will bring together social entrepreneurs, impact investors, philanthropists, government officials and representatives from civil society, to spread the message that we can all be changemakers», says Yonathan Parienti, founder and CEO of Horyou.

Opening ceremony of SIGEF 2016 with Yonathan Parienti, Founder of Horyou, H.E Rosalie Matondo, Minister of Environment Republic of Congo, Dr. Ali Bin Samikh Al Marri, Chairman of the National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) in Qatar, HRH Prince Nawaf bin Saad al Saud, Chairman of the Al-Hilal Saudi football club and Yasuhiro Yamamoto, President of Eneco Holdings.
Opening ceremony of SIGEF 2016 with Yonathan Parienti, Founder of Horyou, H.E Rosalie Matondo, Minister of Environment Republic of Congo, Dr. Ali Bin Samikh Al Marri, Chairman of the National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) in Qatar, HRH Prince Nawaf bin Saad al Saud, Chairman of the Al-Hilal Saudi football club and Yasuhiro Yamamoto, President of Eneco Holdings.

Last year, SIGEF was the leading side event at the UN COP22, in Marrakesh, Morocco. The 3-day conference was attended by a 2500-wide international audience, while offering a space for non-profit organizations from all around the world, staging artistic acts, organizing an Horyou Foundation dinner, and presenting an award for social impact projects. It was the first SIGEF to be held out of Europe and in Africa.

This year, reinforcing its global presence and impact, Horyou is organizing the first SIGEF in Central Asia, with an agenda of discussions deeply anchored in the future of our interconnected societies. At the opening and end of the one-day SIGEF conference, the participants will have the opportunity to meet and greet some of the most important players in social entrepreneurship, as well as business leaders, funders and government officials, during a special networking session.

On the 6th and 7th of September, Horyou and the SIGEF team will lead an official visit to the country pavilions of EXPO 2017 Astana, the biggest future energy gathering this year. «We are thrilled to bring our SIGEF international delegations to connect with participants from all continents who are attending EXPO 2017 Astana, to build bridges of collaboration and foster sustainable solutions that will benefit our societies», says Parienti.

More information on www.sigef2017.com The agenda can be consulted here. Click to apply for speaking and to buy your ticket for SIGEF 2017.

About Horyou

Horyou is the social network for social good. Through technology, innovation and social entrepreneurship advocacy, it promotes meaningful and global interactions amongst its adherent organizations, members and personalities. With its platform, App and Spotlight, the first Global Social Currency for Impact, Horyou helps transform positive ideas into concrete actions while building constructive relationships both online and offline.

The Horyou App is available for free download via iOS and Android.

For more information visit www.horyou.com

Do you know that, in 2010, Syria was a peaceful and wealthy country, the land of several UNESCO World Heritage Sites, with a steadily growing tourism industry? Damascus, the capital, and Aleppo, were beautiful and lively places, with a strong traditon od trade and flourishing businesses. That was only seven years ago; today, whenever Syria is mentioned, it is war and refugees that first come to mind.

Aleppo residents internally displaced have begun to return.  Photos UNHCR
Aleppo residents internally displaced have begun to return. Photos UNHCR

Last month, the UNHCR launched a multimedia platform, developed in partnership with Google, that uses technology, data visualization, videos, maps and photos to reach to a global audience about the real situation in Syria. Using the latest trends in content marketing, the Searching for Syria website is more than a journalistic project – it’s an educational tool that answers the most asked questions put through to Google worldwide.

. What was Syria like before the war?

. What is happening in Syria?

. Who is a refugee?

. Where are Syrian refugees going?

. How can I help Syrian refugees?

A family walks across the desert terrain towards the Al Hol camp for refugees and displaced persons. Photos UNHCR
A family walks across the desert terrain towards the Al Hol camp for refugees and displaced persons. Photos UNHCR

“Searching for Syria aims to dispel myths and misconceptions about Syria and refugees and provide an entirely fresh look at the biggest humanitarian tragedy of today,” said UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi. “This is a fantastic project with Google that allows us to pinpoint and answer the five key questions about Syrian refugees and displaced that audiences most want to know and help us rally much needed support and funding for our humanitarian effort.”

“We’re proud to work with the UNHCR to develop Searching for Syria to help raise awareness and inform the world on the human cost of the ongoing conflict and the refugee crisis,” said Jacquelline Fuller, Vice President of Google.org. “The scale of the Syrian refugee crisis is difficult for most of us to fathom, but the questions on Searching for Syria are a reflection of many a people’s desire to understand. Among the top searches in Germany, France, and the UK last year was: What is happening in Syria?”

Jankidar, a 31 years old Syrian student who fled to Lebanon. Photo UNHCR
Jankidar, a 31 years old Syrian student who fled to Lebanon. Photo UNHCR

Through the platform, the audience learns interesting facts like the actual number of Syrian refugees and where they are fleeing to – mostly neighbouring countries like Iraq and Lebanon. The vast majority doesn’t go to Western Countries. The content is presented through short editorial passages, refugee profiles, photographs and videos. Users can also share content via social networks, donate or sign up to UNHCR’s #WithRefugees global petition asking the world leaders to ensure education for refugee children, adequate shelter and livelihoods for refugee families.

The “Searching for Syria” website is available in English, French, German and Spanish with an Arabic version soon to follow.

Horyou is the Social Network for Social Good, which connects, supports and promotes social initiatives, entrepreneurs, and citizens who help the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals to build a more harmonious and inclusive world. We invite you to Be the Change, Be Horyou!

Desde que iniciou suas atividades atendendo pessoas em situação de rua e com dependência de álcool e drogas na Cracolândia, em São Paulo, a SER Sustentável continua perseguindo a sua missão – a de usar a sustentabilidade para promover a integração de cidadãos em vulnerabilidade social. Com cinco anos de história, a organização é um membro ativo da plataforma Horyou! Nessa entrevista, a presidente Silvana Grandi conta sobre as principais atividades da SER Sustentável e a sua visão de futuro.

A SER Sustentável participou do SIGEF 2014
A SER Sustentável participou do SIGEF 2014

Qual a história da SER Sustentável?

A SER Sustentável iniciou suas ações atendendo pessoas em situação de rua e dependentes de álcool e outras drogas na cracolândia de São Paulo, há 05 anos. Prestamos até hoje serviços de conscientização ambiental, capacitação técnica e fiscalização de Comunidades Terapêuticas, locais de acolhimento em que são internadas as pessoas com dependência química.

Atualmente, trabalhamos em parceria com uma ONG na periferia da zona sul de São Paulo com um projeto de capacitação e construção de moradias sustentáveis de baixo custo para a Comunidade da Matinha, que se encontra em situação de extremo risco social.

Qual é o escopo de trabalho da organização?

O trabalho da SER Sustentável consiste em conscientizar, fiscalizar, humanizar e promover ações multidisciplinares em comunidades periféricas de São Paulo e realizar trabalhos de prevenção para pessoas com a dependência do álcool e outras drogas. Atualmente faltam espaços que promovam a efetiva reinserção social destas pessoas principalmente as que vivem em situação de extremo risco dentro das comunidades vulneráveis. Queremos também reinseri-los na sociedade com geração de trabalho e renda, utilizando oficinas e projetos sustentáveis de capacitação, geração de trabalho e renda.

A SER Sustentável por meio de sua equipe, presta assessoria profissional baseada em ampla capacitação e preparo de Organizações Sociais, Assim, elas podem adotar procedimentos de atendimento para pessoas em vulnerabilidade social e uma acolhida humanizada, minimizando possíveis sequelas que sua extrema vulnerabilidade proporciona.

Entendemos que a Gestão Sustentável inicia-se a partir da valorização do ser humano e em todos os seus ambientes onde está inserido. Diante desse cenário, a SER Sustentável tem como objetivo criar, promover e atuar como parceira junto às comunidades vulneráveis, ONGs, associações de bairro e de classe e de pessoas em extremo risco social no sentido de orientar, propor ações de contenção e de readequação para essas situações já recorrentes por meio de projetos, assessoria e orientações direcionadas.

Equipe SER Sustentável
Equipe SER Sustentável

Que tipo de impacto a organização deseja causar para o mundo?

Ser referência global em projetos socioambientais para inspirar e multiplicar projetos e ações de cidadania e meio ambiente em comunidades que vivem abaixo da linha da pobreza e em situação de extremo risx«co social.

De que forma as redes sociais e a tecnologia influenciam no dia a dia da organização?

As redes sociais e a tecnologias são ferramentas cruciais que complementam os projetos e ações da SER Sustentável. Um exemplo foi a Horyou, esta importante plataforma que através de nossas redes sociais conheceu nossos projetos e até hoje são parceiros na divulgação de nossas ações.

Qual a importância de participar de uma rede social do bem social como a Horyou?

A Horyou, além de ser uma plataforma rica em informações e em organizações sérias, também influencia o mundo a buscar continuamente novos olhares, projetos inovadores e contatos com pessoas experientes, fazendo com que cada membro agregue valor em seu projeto. Nos deu a oportunidade de conhecer novas culturas e nos impulsiona o tempo todo a não desistir. São importantes motivadores e mobilizadores de ações socioambientais.

Vivemos em uma era de constante transformação. Quais são as mudanças positivas que você deseja para a sua comunidade e para as gerações futuras?

Desejamos impactar e transformar a vida de cidadãos que vivem abaixo da linha da pobreza unindo todos os atores sociais em prol de uma sociedade mais justa. Através dos projetos e ações realizados, queremos deixar um legado para que as próximas gerações continuem nosso trabalho e também usufruam de um mundo menos desigual e com mais respeito, amor e cuidado ao meio ambiente do qual fazemos parte.

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