UN Sustainable Development Goals for Indigenous Peoples | Castles of Sand

2016-07-03-1467586459-9704184-SDGsThe 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development recognizes that decent work is both a means and an end to achieve sustainable development and eradicate poverty. Accordingly, the ILO Decent Work Agenda has a fundamental role to play in mitigating the specific social, economic and environmental vulnerabilities of indigenous peoples, and tackling their high levels of poverty.

Source: Brief: Sustainable Development Goals: Indigenous Peoples in Focus

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Christian tribal peoples must come to the realization that all concepts like sustainable, development, nature, ecology, one-ism, two-ism, capitalism, freedom, syncretism must be analyzed carefully under the blazing light of King Jesus and His Law-Word.   I have discovered much to my chagrin that all that homo autonomo (autonomous man) seeks to do in rebellion and independence from God and His word is absolutely unsustainable. The United Nations as an organization and it´s programs are more and more coming under a One-ist strategy that will become and is becoming more and more unsustainable.  We must be careful to analyze their subtle and crafty discourse from a Christian Biblical, theological  and Christian philosophical point of view.

The following video will help you understand the subtleties of humanist and postmodern one-ist philosophies that are very dangerous to tribal cultures.


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