A Call for Social Justice and Sustainability Summit

March 9th 2024 at 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM New York Time!

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“Continue to speak out against all forms of injustice to yourselves and others, and you will set a mighty example for your children and for future generations.” — Bernice King

It is our moral obligation to speak up against injustice and the crimes against humanity❗
🌳 Please join us! Your presence will be greatly appreciated!

Honorary Chief Guest Speakers

Our incredible speakers are academics, global influencers, human rights advocates and award winning speakers!

Nadine Hack

Nadine Hack

Shaun King

Shaun King

Zain Nazar

Zain Nazar

Honorable Keynote Speakers

Jef Staes

Jef Staes

BohniShikha Persistent
Chris D. Hooten, M.A.

Chris D. Hooten, M.A.

abdullghani yahya alebarh

Amb Dr. Abdullghan

Dean of the Ambassadors of Peace, nominated for the Nobel Prizei Yahya Alebarh
Dr. Anais Nony

Dr. Anais Nony

Honorary Speakers

Emmanual Ponchon, Multicultural educator - eduScrum Rep / Trainer for Spain and France. Languages & Effective Communication Trainer / Coach

Emmanuel Poncho

BohniShikha Connector
Nehreen Majed

Dr. Nehreen Majed

BohniShikha Rivera
Sobhani

Dr. Farid Sobhani

BohniShikha Ignited Mind
Dr. Esther Mala

Dr. Esther Mala

Dr Sherif Hashem

Dr Sherif Hashem

Dr Assem A.Hamied mousa

Dr Assem A.Hamied mousa

Rabia Billings Nettuno

Rabia Billings Nettuno

Lawyer Shah Peerally

Attorney Shah Peerally

Erika Kastel

Erika Kastel

Dr. Kazi ABM Mohiuddin

Dr. Kazi ABM Mohiuddin

Professor, Khulna University
hana siddique

Hana Siddique

BohniShikha Noorah

Social Justice and Sustainability

Social Justice and Sustainability are two interrelated concepts that aim to promote a more equitable and environmentally friendly world. Social justice refers to the idea that all people should have equal access to basic human rights, such as education, health care, food, water, and security. Sustainability refers to the idea that human activities should not deplete or degrade the natural resources and ecosystems that support life on Earth.

One of the main challenges of achieving social justice and sustainability is the unequal distribution of power and wealth among different groups of people and countries. This leads to various forms of oppression, discrimination, exploitation, and violence that violate human dignity and rights. It also leads to overconsumption, pollution, deforestation, biodiversity loss, and climate change that threaten the well-being and survival of current and future generations.

To address these challenges, social justice and sustainability require a holistic and systemic approach that considers the interconnections and interdependencies among social, economic, and environmental issues. Some of the possible solutions include:

  • Promoting human rights, democracy, and participation for all people, especially the marginalized and vulnerable groups.
  • Reducing poverty, inequality, and injustice through fair and progressive taxation, social protection, and redistribution of resources.
  • Ensuring universal access to quality education, health care, and other essential services that empower people and improve their living standards.
  • Fostering a culture of peace, solidarity, and cooperation among different nations, cultures, and communities.
  • Adopting a green and circular economy that minimizes waste, maximizes efficiency, and uses renewable and clean energy sources.
  • Protecting and restoring the natural environment and its biodiversity, and respecting the rights and interests of other living beings.
  • Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which are a set of 17 global goals that cover various aspects of social justice and sustainability.

Social justice and sustainability are not only desirable, but also necessary for the survival and flourishing of humanity and the planet. They require a collective and collaborative effort from all stakeholders, including governments, civil society, businesses, and individuals. By working together, we can create a more just and sustainable world for ourselves and future generations.

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