Seton Hall Students, Faculty Attend Women’s March in D.C.

Numerous Seton Hall students were among the hundreds of thousands that descended on Washington, D.C., for the Women’s March, a protest against the rhetoric and policy proposals of the 45th president of the United States, who had been inaugurated only a day before.

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Women’s Voices Need to Be Heard in Climate Action

In India, women were in charge of agrarian tasks, so they most immediately felt the negative effects of the forest destruction on the land and soil. This remains true today. In the developing world, women account for 45 to 80 percent of food production, according to the UN. In African countries, more than 90 percent of the female labor force works in the agriculture sector.

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From Understanding to Action: UNA-SHU Raises Funds for Refugees

As the UNA-USA chapter on Seton Hall’s campus continues to grow and advocate for the Sustainable Development Goals, the club has shifted its focus from education about the SDGs to implementation. In comparison to last year’s United Nations Day celebration with Dr. Martin Edwards’s SDG Teach-In event, this year’s event was focused on UNA-SHU coming together as a chapter to do something tangible for refugees in New Jersey.

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