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Our Aim

It is our aim to raise awareness: firstly amongst the nursing profession of what the SDGs are and why they matter; and, secondly, amongst the population, governments and other decision-makers, of the contributions nurses are already making to achieve the SDGs.

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SDGs

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were adopted by the United Nations in 2015 to replace the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). They contain 17 goals covering a broad range of sustainable development issues for the world, such as ending poverty, hunger, improving health and education, combating climate change...

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Case Studies

We have selected amazing case studies that show the work that nurses around the world are doing to improve access to health care, to educate populations, to address poverty, nutrition, clean energy, inequality, sustainability, innovation, justice and every other goal in the SDGs.

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Resources & Evidence

We all know the famous quote by Mahatma Gandhi, “Be the change you wish to see in the world.” and, while it is a great sentiment, we are constantly being made to feel guilty for not doing our part. Nurses, through the profession they have chosen, make sacrifices day in and day out to help others. We are often held up as angels, role models, kind-hearted, giving, caring people. So how much more can we really do?

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ICN Voice to Lead
ICN Voice to Lead
18 January, 2018

ICN is recruitng a Project Manager Read full here: https://lnkd.in/d4Mc6Di

ICN Voice to Lead
ICN Voice to Lead
17 January, 2018
ICN Voice to Lead
ICN Voice to Lead
16 January, 2018

One month left to register to our #GNLI2018! Go here to fill up the form--> tinyurl.com/yday5p98 Open until 16 February 2018, don't miss this opportunity!

ICN Voice to Lead
ICN Voice to Lead
10 January, 2018

“Nurses play a critical role in prevention and control of cardiovascular disease because they can, with appropriate training and support, assume responsibilities for lifestyle intervention, for risk factor management, for prescribing and encouraging adherence of cardio-protective medications. They have a central and vital role.” – Dr David Wood, President, World Heart Federation. See his video here (link)

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