Al via la campagna di crowdfunding “INSIEME ALL’OSPEDALE DI PERUGIA CONTRO IL COVID-19” organizzata dalla nostra Associazione sulla piattaforma GoFundMe: l’emergenza Coronavirus ha ormai coinvolto tutti ed in un momento particolarmente difficile, il mondo dello sport deve saper “fare squadra” e sostenere chi sta lottando in prima linea: l’obiettivo dell’associazione no profit IACACT è raccogliere fondi per supportare il fondamentale lavoro dell’Ospedale di Perugia “S. Maria della Misericordia”.  Le modalità di donazione possono essere molteplici:

  • Collegarsi alla piattaforma tramite il link ed effettuare la donazione
  • Effettuare un bonifico bancario alle coordinate IBANIT66A0200803039000029439599 / codice BIC SWIFT: UNCRITM1J07 / Unicredit S.p.A. – Ufficio Enti e Tesoreria Via Baracca, 5 06128 Perugia / Causale: Emergenza COVID-19
  • Effettuare un versamento tramite conto corrente postale n. 13399068 intestato all’Azienda Ospedaliera di Perugia – Servizio di Tesoreria / Causale: Emergenza COVID-19

Il giorno 3 aprile l’associazione no profit IACACT devolverà interamente tutti i proventi dell’iniziativa all’ Azienda Ospedaliera di Perugia che individuerà gli interventi prioritari sui quali indirizzare le risorse donate.

African Crane Conservation Programme in Uganda

The African Crane Conservation Programme in Uganda and the local communities organized the World Wetlands Day 2020 celebration in Bushenyi district on Feb. 7.

The event highlighted that it had been deemed important that communities attend the function to showcase how they conserve wetlands and other biodiversity therein and also learn from their counterparts involved in similar work elsewhere in the country. The World Wetlands Day aims to raise global awareness about the vital role of wetlands for people and the planet.

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International Day of Action for Rivers 2020

The International Day of Action for Rivers is a day dedicated to solidarity – when diverse communities around the world come together with one voice to say that our rivers matter. That communities having access to clean and flowing water matters.

This year’s Day of Action for Rivers theme focuses on Women, Water, and Climate Change. Last year, 100 women from 32 countries who are leading efforts to protect and defend rivers gathered at the first Women and Rivers Congress.

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China Bans Wildlife Consumption

China announced it will ban the consumption of most wild animals and severely crack down on the illegal wildlife trade to help prevent zoonotic disease outbreaks like the new coronavirus, which is rapidly expanding to other countries and has infected over 79,000 people. 

The decision, which was adopted by China’s top legislature, the National People’s Congress (NPC) Standing Committee, sets the stage for further revisions to regulations on wildlife trade, live animal markets, and to China’s 1989 Wildlife Protection Law, which regulates the “breeding, domestication and utilization” of wildlife.

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World NGO Day is an international calendar day, annually observed on the 27th February. World NGO Day recognises the importance of NGOs, their value to society and the dedication of all individuals behind each NGO, that work all year-round for the benefit of society – locally, nationally and internationally.

World NGO Day was officially recognised by the IX Baltic Sea NGO Forum of the Council of the Baltic Sea States* on the 17th April 2010, Lithuania. It was proposed by a Member of the Baltic Sea NGO Forum’s Committee, Director of Civic Alliance-Latvia – Mrs Pipike. The member countries of the Baltic Sea NGO Forum were Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Norway and Sweden. Nowadays World NGO Day marked in 89 countries and 6 continents.

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The Sustainable Development Festival 2020

After the success of the previous editions, and five years after the adoption of the UN 2030 Agenda, the yearly Sustainable Development Festival returns with its fourth edition, which will take place from May 20th to June 5th 2020. Thanks to the reputation acquired, and to the growing mobilization of Italian society on the themes of sustainable development, the event will represent a further step to encourage Italy to achieve the 2030 Agenda.

The Italian Alliance for Sustainable Development (ASviS), that brings together over 230 organizations from the economic and social spheres, organizes the Festival together with its members and with the support of the partners and tutors, over a period of 17 days, as many as the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN’s 2030 Agenda. The initiative constitutes a single large-scale event, widespread and inclusive, comprising hundreds of events organized throughout the national territory. The Festival was created to raise awareness among growing segments of the population on social, economic and environmental sustainability, going beyond subject-matter experts, in order to foster a cultural shift in individual and collective behaviors, and to stimulate “bottom-up” requests that commit the Country’s leadership to comply with the agreements undertaken in the UN. Furthermore, the Festival wants to give a voice to citizens, businesses, national and local administrations, universities and civil society in order to foster dialogue, the sharing and comparison of best practices on the issues of the 2030 Agenda. The Festival is a unique experience at international level that allows to reach millions of people in Italy every year thanks to the participation of hundreds of organizations all over the Country, the active role played by universities and the opening of sustainable development “squares” in some major cities. This stimulates an unprecedented reflection on the future of our Country, of Europe and the world. In 2019 the Festival was selected, among over 2,000 projects, to be a finalist of the SDG Action Awards of the UN SDG Action Campaign, as an innovative initiative and a unique experience in the world.

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Currently our world is home to 1.8 billion young people between the ages of 10 to 24, the largest generation of young people in its history. Close to 90 per cent of this youth population live in developing countries. What is more, their numbers are expected to continue to grow, especially in the least developed regions. With such numbers, it is clear that sustainable development and peace cannot be achieved unless we involve young people and create the conditions that allow them to reach and unleash their full potential.  More info at

Gross Global Happiness Summit 2020


Globally, happiness is one of our most important goals. Studies show that we value it more than success, knowledge, or material items. The Gross Global Happiness summit is an innovative executive education event in which people from all over the globe come to tackle these very questions. This experience will combine theory and practice, touching on the latest research from positive psychologists, but also delving into the practical applications of what we’ve learned and are still discovering in the field. Happiness will be brought front and center, as we explore and understand how people can lead happier, more meaningful lives.

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Campus 2030 Challenge

University campuses are at the heart of the change: in 10 years, they should have achieved the 17 SDGs to be able to welcome and educate the next generation! What will these Campuses be like?  Imagine a solution that will allow these sites to be considered socially, economically and environmentally sustainable. Are you a student or university professor/researcher? Do you want to have a major impact and help to build the university environment of the future? Upload your project online and be noticed by the United Nations (UNRIC) and Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie. 
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ASviS – Alleanza Italiana per lo Sviluppo Sostenibile

Far diventare il sabato (quando la maggioranza delle persone fa la spesa settimanale) il giorno dell’impegno per cambiare i modelli produttivi e le abitudini di consumo a favore di uno sviluppo sostenibile: questo l’obiettivo dei Saturdays for Future. L’ASviS invita tutte e tutti, a partire dalla rete dei suoi oltre 230 aderenti, a lavorare insieme in vista dell’appuntamento del 28 settembre 2019: il giorno successivo al prossimo sciopero globale degli studenti in difesa del clima e la prima tappa di un percorso verso una maggiore sostenibilità dei modelli di produzione e consumo.

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