Today climate change is for us what World War I was to Pierre Cérésole in the early 20th century: it presents a growing threat to peace, nonviolence and human rights. This is why SCI branches and activists are trying to find solutions and working towards a climate resilient future.
SCI believes that each human being needs and should be at the core of governmental policies, before any economic or political evaluation. This is why SCI promotes freedom of movement and the right to citizenship at a global level.
Gender inequalities, stereotypes and prejudice negatively influence everyday life experiences of people with a non-normative gender and/or sexuality, and often result in their marginalisation and discrimination. SCI sees this as violence and tries to address it with its projects.