A prime concern at this point was environmental protection. Making spaces - The willingness and capacity to create and protect the necessary “working space” for collaborative inquiry and collective team management of the project. In order to be sustainable, social development lessens the income gap between the rich and the poor and between men and women, invests in basic health and education and is carried out in a way that fully engages the beneficiaries. The biggest part of the iceberg, which lies under the surface of daily life, is sometimes referred to as primary culture. Readings #2, #3 & #4 provide more background on theses approaches. doi: 10.17226/10022. Based on extensive consultation and development processes among Indigenous Americans, four key lines of action have been identified. A simple introduction to sustainable development and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). To have the needed impact, healing and development efforts would need to work through all the doorways that bring people together—education programs, recreation activities, faith communities, workplaces, etc. Sustainable development has been defined in many ways, but the most frequently quoted definition is from Our Common Future, also known as the Brundtland Report: "Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs." Support the research and development of vaccines and medicines for the communicable and non-communicable diseases that primarily affect developing countries, provide access to affordable essential medicines and vaccines, in accordance with the Doha Declaration on the TRIPS Agreement … These three strategies can enform sustainable development initiatives that have very different starting points. This final discussion opportunity is geared to thoughtful reflection about the application of the course’s learning to professional and personal life. The United Indians of All Tribes Foundation is very conscious of the value of working in a way that is culturally appropriate, and that supports real capacity building rather than the creation of dependence on a new project. We have made great progress against several leading causes of death and disease. Facilitation - The capacity to facilitate collaborative consultation processes that draw the best out of each of the participants. 2. Much of this work has been rooted in the process of recovering Anishnawbek cultural foundations. Relatively predictable results can be consistently obtained if the recipe is faithfully executed. Sustainable Development Goals 18. This report examines progress achieved in selected areas related to Chapter six of Agenda 21, highlights areas in which progress has been limited, In their book, Why some People are Healthy and Others are Not, Evans, Barer and Marmor (1994) drew together a useful synthesis of work that spanned at least a dozen disciplines as they compiled available evidence on the critical conditions and factors that determine human health. The term “medicine” in tribal tradition refers to any substance, process, teaching, song, story or symbol that helps to restore balance in human beings and their communities. Now customize the name of a clipboard to store your clips. The SSC was established in 1982 as a village-level body re-elected every 5 years responsible for health, environment, water and community development including overseeing the functioning of NTD and WASH programs. It is used to show how, within whatever whole we are talking about (the whole person, the whole family, the whole community, etc.) Using the medicine wheel model allows us to reflect on the interconnected web of relationships that need to be transformed in order to create balance, wellbeing and sustainability. Millennium Development Goals and Sustainable Development Goals (2015) 1. 2) Economic development cannot exceed the carrying capacity of the environment. Once the determinants of poverty have been clearly identified, it is much more fruitful to focus energy on building their positive opposite than it is to try to eliminate a negative. Sustainable Development Webinar Series: SD 101, Four Worlds International Institute (FWII), No public clipboards found for this slide. Again, a graphic can illustrate the interrelationship between these four processes critical to actualizing the guiding principles at the heart of an Indigenous vision of sustainable development. Community members, and the self-help networks and civil society organizations they build, must also play a key role. Their purpose was to identify the challenges faced by Seattle’s urban Native American population and to explore ways of eliminating poverty. Good health is essential to sustainable development (see SDG 3). A primary concern related to the involvement of government, private philanthropy and the not-for-profit sector in international development work is whether the projects undertaken will be sustainable once “outside” funding and technical support is withdrawn. Vision refers to our capacity to see ourselves in conditions other than the ones in which now find ourselves. The choice depends a great deal on how we all participate in the healing and development of Indigenous peoples. Many of the 16 principles explored in Module III have direct application to sustainable development processes. Module I will explore definitions for the terms “sustainable”, “development”, and “sustainable development”. In pre-contact times trade and exchange routes extended all up and down the spine of the Americas. Similarly, a primary focus of the community development strategic line of action of the Ten-Year Action Plan was to realign the work of all the community’s institutions and services with the Band’s new understanding of its conditions and its vision for the future. At the same time, there has always been a powerful core of Indigenous elders and spiritual leaders who advocated holding on to the ancient spiritual vision of the oneness of the human family, and the teaching that the way out of this period of oppression and suffering is not through violence, but rather through healing the trusts that were broken and through building constructive partnerships with all nations and peoples. A system is a group of interacting Starting small before scaling up - Specifically, in the first year, an initial focus on 30 families from United Indians’ Headstart and Early Headstart programs (families that are by definition struggling to raise children in poverty) will be targeted. Over the past fifteen years, a solid core group of Sagamok people has been working on themselves, and working together to build new relationships of trust and mutual respect. This document, based solidly on the community’s own analysis, examined the current conditions for children, youth, women, men, elders and families as well as the social, economic, political and cultural realities of community life, as well as the Bands stewardship of its lands and resources. This discussion time is designed to allow deeper reflection on the three key strategies for implementing sustainable development processes and to build connections between these models and the opportunities that participants have to support this type of work. The four aspects of the “wider world” in this slide are the same as those identified as critical to sustainable development processes in dominant culture models. Life expectancy has increased dramatically; infant and maternal mortality rates have declined, we’ve turned the tide on HIV and malaria deaths have halved. Visioning - the willingness and capacity to help the work team to build a collaborative understanding of the work context, problem and process, and to synthesize and articulate that big picture understanding as a guiding light throughout the duration of the project. In order to effectively initiate strategies that will alter (for the better) the collective habits and relationships that are affecting people’s lives within a particular community, it is helpful to be specific about the nature of those relationships and habits. Many other definitions for the term “sustainable development” are being used by government, international agencies and civil society groups. They do not really tell us much about how to achieve these goals. They have the poorest health, the worst levels of infant and child mortality; they are the most exposed and vulnerable to environmental pollutants; they have the lowest levels of education and the highest levels of perceived powerlessness, political oppression and frustration. Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later. which outline what we want to achieve. "National Research Council and Institute of Medicine. In this way, “poor health” becomes “vibrant health”; “fractured social networks” becomes “strong social networks”; and so on. In other words, we will have to put learning at the centre of our efforts to make change. Several metaphors for understanding what is meant by culture are presented in this and the next three slides. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015, provides a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future.At its heart are the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which are an urgent call for action by all countries - developed and developing - in a global partnership. See Reading # 6 for an executive summary of this initiative. Economic prosperity is never sought after at the expense of environmental destruction. This sharing opportunity is designed to give participants the opportunity to use the models that have been explored in this module to clarify their own thinking about the dimensions involved in sustainable development work. It clearly makes no sense to ask, “which would you rather be able to do, eat or breathe?” Similarly the various determinants of wellbeing are not optional. Critical learning opportunities - consistent and systematic opportunities for continuous learning and improvement in all aspects of life, especially those connected to key personal, social and economic challenges communities are facing, and those which will enhance participation in civil society. Although the origins of Sustainable Development (SD) can be traced to the seventies, is in the World Commission on Environment and Development in 1987 (WCED or Volition/participation means the meaningful involvement of the people whose lives are being affected in all aspects of development processes. As Paulo Freire and Miles Horton tell us, this is a journey that has not been traveled before. Adequate human services and social safety net - programs and processes to promote, support and enhance human healing and social development, as well as to protect and enable the most vulnerable to lead lives of dignity and to achieve adequate levels of wellbeing. These 10 factors, shown here and on the following slide, need to be addressed if Native American poverty in Seattle is to be overcome. To introduce participants to key strategies for implementing sustainable development through three case studies from Indigenous communities. These three domains are often shown as overlapping circles, and it is in these overlapping portions that sustainability must be sought. Its intended audience is senior-level government managers working in a wide variety of disciplines related to social and economic development. Strong families and healthy child development - families that are spiritually centered, loving, unified, free from addictions and abuse, and which provide a strong focus on supporting the developmental needs of children from the time of conception through the early years and all the way through the time of childhood and youth. In this volume, he distinguishes between technical problems, which can be solved through the application of some type of recipe or technique. The term “culture” also has a broad range of definitions. On SlideShare. Culture can also be thought of as the software that operates in the background to shape what we do. "National Research Council and Institute of Medicine. The Reunion of the Condor and Eagle Initiative is an acknowledgement of prophecies among North American Indigenous peoples that the eagle of the north and the condor of the south would be reunited. Critics of current approaches compare much of what passes as sustainable development to “rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic”. When enthusiasm and a sense of purpose permeate a work team, tremendous creative energy is released. Capacity Building - As a process, this aspect involves non-formal training, as well as formal (accredited) courses and programs; both which will eventually be offered by the Four Worlds College of Human and Community Development along with other related educational institutions of the Americas who would like to participate, as well as technical support, coaching and mentoring for specific business and development ventures. This approach in no way implies a retreat into the historical past, but rather it is an active engagement of the challenge of shaping the future of nations within the framework of life-preserving, life-enhancing, sustainable values and patterns of action in harmony with all the members of the human family. A third key strategy for implementing sustainable development initiatives is working from principle. The determinants (or root causes) of poverty comprise the complex set of factors or conditions that combine to make it difficult for people to live with dignity and relative comfort and to participate actively in the society around them. The air we breath, the water we drink, the earth that grows our food and the creatures we dwell among and depend on for our very lives are all kept free from poisons, disease and other dangers. In the context of urban planning, sustainable development is used to discuss the link between the rate of population growth and economic development and the carrying capacity of the infrastructure. Simple problems, they say, can be solved by following a recipe. They hail a light that they see directly in their path to direct it to move out of their way. By year three, all the program components, support systems and partnerships will be in place to allow for a much broader focus in implementation. Adequate income and sustainable economics - access to the resources needed to sustain life at a level that permits the continued development of human wellbeing, as well as processes of economic engagement that are capable of producing sustainable prosperity. UNDERSTANDING & LEADING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Phil Lane, Jr. Four Worlds International www.fwii.net. An initial focus on families involved in our Headstart program links the importance of early childhood education to long-term outcomes. Only in this way can sustainable wellbeing and prosperity actually be achieved. Rather, human beings work hand-in-hand with nature to protect, preserve and nurture the gifts the Creator has given. As children grow in strength and wisdom, only gradually do they learn to be responsible, and to care for those who have cared for them. And finally, Sustainable Communities are competitive communities that can stay productive and generate jobs for members of the community. While you review this material, it can be helpful to think about the mission and world view of the agency that is putting forward a particular definition. In all of these contexts within which the term “sustainable development” is used, a key concern is the impact of human activity, values and worldviews on health of both the natural and social worlds. Without an outside mirror, we cannot see our own eyes, because they are the organs through which we look at the world around us. Like individual people or families, each community has its own commonality (the personality of the group). The sustainable development of society refers to three major components of human existence: economical, ecological and human. Participatory Planning - This phase involves engaging the heart and minds of Indigenous people who are to benefit from our initiatives in mapping the real situation and in defining and planning strategic lines of action. There are persistent barriers to sustainability on the planet. The reader is referred to individual chapters and to the executive summary for a more comprehensive overview. Community Programs to Promote Youth Development.Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. Building Appropriate Partnerships and Networks — This work includes connecting Indigenous organizations and communities with viable partners (both from across the Indigenous world and from the wider society)—partners that bring a value-added contribution to Indigenous development and business initiatives. Yet the stakes are high. The web of interwoven problems referred to by Walsh can also be described as the “determinants of poverty”. Healthy eco-system and a sustainable relationship between human beings and the natural world - the natural world is held precious and honoured as sacred by the people. The model shows a linear process that begins with community organizing and moves on to visioning, planning, and finally implementation and evaluation. There is a spiritual awakening occurring throughout the Indigenous world. By “health” we mean the mental, emotional, physical and spiritual wellbeing of people, as well as their capacity to successfully address the full range of determinants that lead to health. It also involves strengthening and mutually reinforcing Indigenous networks, so that the collective strengths of Indigenous people across the Americas can be brought to bear on specific international, national, regional and local development initiatives. The term is used by the private sector to discuss their business practices and by civil society to advocate for environmental protection. Professional service delivery would also need to be reoriented so that the work of building the determinants of wellbeing would be occur at the same time as workers were compassionately dealing with crises as they emerged. By comparing our plans and our own actions in the field to known development principles, we are able to continually adjust our strategies and our practice. The sustainable development of society refers to three major components of human existence: economical, ecological and human. By the wider world, here is meant the entire human world outside the community. Don’t expect to get it right the first or second or third or fourth time. This report became a kind of baseline against which to measure future progress. The key elements that drive growth, or development, are pictured here. Team members are willing to go the “extra mile”, because they believe in what they are doing. The medicine wheel is an ancient symbol which represents an entire world view and the teachings that go with it. Sending a rocket ship to the moon or building more fuel efficient engines are examples of complicated problems. Post Graduate Student , Community medicine Department. The goals of sustainable development cannot be achieved when there is a high prevalence of debilitating illnesses, and population health cannot be maintained without ecologically sustainable development. The various components of the Pathways to Prosperity strategy are not a menu to choose from (i.e., pick this or that option), but rather constitute a picture of an integrated organic system of growth and change. 2002. Critical strategic communication goals include: a. increasing the flow of public access communication within the Native American community, focused on the work of poverty reduction and community development (that is communication as a community building strategy); b. maintaining a central flow of two-way constructive communication between the project implementer and intended beneficiaries such that beneficiaries are actively guiding the ongoing evolution of project thinking and decision making; c. maintaining a process of constructive dialogue with the network of partners and allies who are playing a part in the project implementation process; and d. communicating the challenges and lessons emerging from the project to partners, funders and the wider community. In 1994, CIDA released its framework for sustainability, which, as mentioned previously, highlights the areas of work related to all five of the pillars of sustainable development. 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