Sustainable Development Goals

The 17 Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs for short, adopted by the UN member states in 2015 are based on 5 principles: people, planet, prosperity, peace and partnership. In order to meet the challenge of sustainable development by 2030, everyone must pull together: State actors are just as important as the economy and civil society. With our global GreenIftar campaign, which is based on six of the 17 SDGs, we want to make our contribution: We want to consciously work on our consumption habits and change them. The aim is to develop a platform in which, on the one hand, individual awareness is promoted and, on the other hand, collective responsibility arises. Each and every one of you counts!

SDG Poster

Muslims for the SDGs

Muslims make up around 2 billion of the total population worldwide. According to the Federal Ministry, an estimated 4.4 to 4.7 million Muslims are in Germany. A considerable number of people who have a decisive share in local and global responsibility. Religious organizations have a role model function for believing people and thus have an enormous responsibility for setting the course for an ethical and moral approach to the world entrusted to us and all of its beauty that it bears.

We are aware of this and accept the challenge of working together for a better world: a world without hunger, with more high-quality education; a society with equitable sharing of resources; with a community that protects our planet. With the campaign we want to strengthen the representation of the Islamic voice in the implementation of the sustainability goals of the 2030 Agenda with possible solutions.

Green Iftar

Sustainable Development Goals

Our project contributes to the achievement of the following SDGs