- Visit of the Ukrainian Child Rights’ Ombudsman
- "Ombudsman’s Corner" in Városliget at International Children’s Day Weekend
- Award ceremony and exhibition - drawing contest for national minorities
- The role of the European Union in sustainable development
- Work visit by the Commissioner to Komárom-Esztergom County
- Festive event on the 20th anniversary of the Aarhus Convention
- STANDUP4HUMANRIGHTS – Anniversary conference and exhibition at the Office
- The environmental and social impacts of electronic devices - conference
- Roma children’s songs - conference at the Ombudsman's Office
- Equinet Working Group meeting on communication strategies and practice
- New breeding techniques and genetic engineering - conference
- Work visit in Csongrád County
- SDG conference
- Competition on the environment for students
- Visit of the Commissioner for Fundamental Rights and to Celje Prison
- International environmental conference
- Visit by the Geneva UNICEF delegation
- EMLA workshop on access to enviromental justice
- Round table discussion on the fundamental rights of transgender persons
- CPT delegation at the Ombudsman's Office
UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
In September 2015, the 193 member states of the United Nations committed themselves to putting an end to poverty, combating climate change and fighting against injustice at a UN summit meeting in New York.
This is why the new, historic global development program, which set the goal of eradicating poverty and building a sustainable future until 2030, was unanimously accepted at this summit.
The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) unanimously accepted by the 193 countries set up a new universal standard for development by ensuring that no one will be left behind.
The objectives and indicators underlying the SDGs mean a basis of comparison for assessing progress.
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development offers a better future for our planet and for billions of people all over the world but it also calls both developing and developed countries to put an end to poverty, handle inequalities and cope with climate change until 2030.
The new agenda, which introduces a new period of national programs and international cooperation, obliges all the countries to take a number of actions, which do not only tackle the fundamental causes of poverty but also, with increasing economic growth and well-being, furthermore, meeting the health care, education and social needs of people, while they also focus on the protection of the environment.