Y-TOP Joining the Global Mission
While going through a tough year, it is valuable to remind ourselves that:
We still live in a world full of many and distinct lives - including the life of the earth itself.
As the Y-TOP community, especially at this time, we pursue sustainable life for every age, every living being and sustainability for the planet.
However, we know that this only comes along with a lot of care and effort - which includes our personal contribution.
We were so much inspired by the global action as launched by the United Nations (UN) - that is the Sustainable Development Goals - we came up with a framework which allows the personal contribution of one on a daily basis.
Please visit the embedded links above to collect more information about the UN's call for action.
Personal Goals for 2021
If you are looking for a fresh start for the 2021, you are on the right page.
Here is a framework that will help you to practice on your daily habits for a sustainable personality and an equivalent environment.
We encourage you to start practising as soon as you can!
To broaden your understanding of how your actions can affect others and the environment.
To breed positive habits for environmental and societal care.
To include you in a global challenge.
We suggest sparing 5-10 minutes per each goal.
1st Step: Pick 2 days in a week
2nd Step: Pick 2 goals and practice on at least 1 activity per each.
3rd Step: Apply this for a month and start your next month picking the last goal and the activities that you haven't tried the month before.
You are free to find and choose your own method to practice the activities.
Stay tuned! We will be having online meetings every once in a while -we would love hearing your progress too.
Do not forget to give us your feedback at the end of this page.
Click on the images of each goal to learn about their facts as reported by the UN.
Here we go!
Donate some of our clothes to the nearest community center.
Walk around in the streets and appreciate how much comfort you have in your life - whilst thinking about those who have it less or none.
Do you stick to a budget when you are shopping (groceries/clothes etc)? - what are your priorities on your budget?
Do you think the public spaces that you mostly interact are suitable for people with disabilities?
In your observation, which social domains (i. e. public vs. private schools) lack equalities for human life?
What can you do in your social circle (ie. at your school, job, neighbourhood etc.) to promote equality?