SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT BEGINS FOR EDUCATION
As we move forward in our wanting to learn and learn more about what processes, products or brands contribute to sustainability, we can not put aside the sustainable development goals that the UN has designed, for through these power to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity.
Today we introduce you to one of these objectives, which could be considered as one of the most important to get, It's the number 4: Quality education, which is based on "Achieve an inclusive and quality education for all, with the conviction that education is one of the most powerful engines and tested to ensure sustainable development " because this seeks to ensure that all boys and girls complete their primary and secondary education free 2030 and thus ensure progress for humanity, as well dispondrían base to ensure full future. The last report analyzing the global situation of children and young people delivered by UNICEF, He revealed that total 303 million children do not attend school worldwide; 1 decade 5 youth 15 a 17 living in conflict-affected areas have never entered a school, while 2 decade 5 They have never completed their primary school.
We establish that education is a tool that allows us to understand ourselves and others, It enables us to develop behaviors and practices that enable all people meet their basic needs, understand the links that connects us to the natural environment and social, promotes respect, care for people, the diversity, the environment and the planet's resources in order to live a full life.
That sustainable development is an arduous process, in which not only seeks to reach him by applying techniques and programs, but this model will advance to the extent we do, our values and the way how we contribute to these programs that promotes sustainability and equity needs.
In Colombia the outlook is not very encouraging, because each 100 Colombian, he 56 not complete secondary education; This was revealed by the latest report presented by the civil society organization "NiñezYa" of this percentage 62% of young people who finished high school failed to access higher education and 40% are children who can not attend classes, because they are in areas affected by armed conflict. This is why, which guarantee the right to education helps reduce the gap of inequality and poverty in countries, It is essential for human development, social and economic, and a not too distant primordial Let's wait to get into a future element- lasting peace and sustainable development.