JCOR GUIDE TO THE 2021 HLPF FOR CATHOLIC RELIGIOUS NGO DELEGATES
The enclosed guide includes:
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UNANIMA is a word composed of two parts: ANIMA, the feminine principle of life, which animates and gives life; and UN, which, combined with ANIMA, suggests the word unanimous, indicating our desire to work together in a collegial and harmonious way, like the UN (United Nations).
The word also suggests cor unum et anima una – one heart and one soul.
UNANIMA is a coalition of 16 religious congregations with members on all continents committed to work at the United Nations for peace and human dignity in response to the needs of:
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The Institute of Global Homelessness Hub (IGH Hub) connects researchers, practitioners, and policymakers to one another, to ideas, and to effective practice from around the world working to end homelessness.
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The NGO Committee for Social Development is dedicated to raising awareness and holding discussions on social development issues taken up by the United Nations (UN) System and in particular by the UN Commission for Social Development. The committee holds a Civil Society Forum and other capacity-building and outreach events on the occasion of the Commission.
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The Laudato Si' Movements are based on millions of activities (inspired by Laudato Si') of Christians, the Catholic Church, churches, religions and secular partners around the world.
LaudatoSi.org promotes visibility and exchange of the rich diversity of the Laudato Si' Movements for the common care for our common home. We are guided by Pope Francis Encyclical Laudato Si' in ecumenical spirit and interreligious solidarity.
The project is sponsored by the Francis of Assisi Academy for the Protection of the Earth, European Union.
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The Congregation of the Mission, often known as Vincentian Fathers and Brothers or Lazarists, is a community of Roman Catholic priests and brothers founded by St. Vincent de Paul in 1625 for the evangelization of the poor and the formation of the clergy. Vincentian priests and brothers total over 4,000 worldwide and serve in 86 countries. Members of the community serve Christ among the poor and the marginalized.
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