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Nowadays globalization and sustainable development are interconnected economic factors having positive and negative effects on various aspects of human rights. Although the internationalization of human rights and the birth of their so-called third generation can be attributed to globalization, it has increased disparities regardless of anti-discrimination principles of human rights. There is a minimum level of economic development and resources essential for providing full-scale human rights coverage, for this reason both IMF and World Bank has on several occasions been charged with prescribing structural reform projects and shock therapy measures on state budgets, that significantly deteriorated the conditions in the population’s economic and social rights. The active participation in the global problem’s solution is also an important element of the UN Secretary General’s strategy which aims at turning the UN into an international organization that does not watch mass scale human rights abuses silently, is able and willing to act to promote development, security and human dignity in order to achieve global freedom. Not only the active role of the international organizations, but also the decision-making process closer to the levels accessible to people must also be reinforced to improve the human rights dimension of sustainable development.

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Introduction Although the United Nations ( UN, 2015 , p. 17) 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development emphasizes the importance of quality education and lifelong learning for all children, knowledge and understanding as to how

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Sustainable Development ’ ( 2002 ) 2 International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 173 – 194 . Horváth , G. , ‘ Protection of Land as a Special Subject of

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Education and Sustainable Development Current discussions around education for sustainable development (ESD) in Austria focus on the notions of sustainable development, on environmental education (EE), on development education

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.). Finally, we will summarise the main argument of the paper (3.). A short preliminary terminological remark: we are using the expression ‘sustainability’ instead of the more popular ‘sustainable development’. 5 The concepts are almost identical, the former

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Pollack Periodica
Authors: Yongting Shi, Anna Mária Tamás, and Gergely Sztranyák

of rural tourism and the sustainable development of the countryside. This view has become an international consensus. As a survey indicated that the reconstruction had significant contribution to economic situation in the places of reconstruction

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, activists, and policymakers have searched ways to introduce sustainability into the education system, resulting in organizational change. Consequently, education for sustainable development (ESD) was developed and its implementation aims at changing

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crucial role in both steps. This is reflected in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted within the Agenda 2030 by the United Nations ( UN, 2015 ) where, as Mika and Kiss have stated, in addition to SDG 4, which is entirely about education, six

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, does not correlate in any way with the ideas of sustainable development, currently taking hold in a growing number of laboratories, in the form of the principles of Green Analytical Chemistry (GAC). According to the principles, one should (1) prefer

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