“What is necessary is possible, and it has to be real”

Adela Cortina


The UCJC Foundation celebrates the 5th anniversary of the Sustainable Development Goals (ODS).

It has been five years since the General Assembly of the United Nations (UN) approved the 17 goals that make up the 2030 Agenda.

The year 2020 marks a turning point in the face of the current health crisis, to definitively activate the transition from theory to action by the whole of society in the contribution to the SDGs.

Within the framework of this celebration, the UCJC Foundation has planned a series of actions with the aim of training and raising awareness on SDGs as well as giving visibility to the progress of our university in terms of sustainability. One of these activities requires your participation. We seek to make a video where the achievements and challenges of the coming years are told, and who better than YOU to tell them.

Send us an email with your information to fundacionucjc@ucjc.edu

Take part, sign up and celebrate this 5th anniversary of the 2030 Agenda!


The UCJC Foundation and the Felipe Segovia Foundation invite UCJC students to participate in the activities that the Balia Foundation carries out with the aim of reducing inequalities and achieving quality education.

With a wide range of schedules, these projects give our students the opportunity to participate in social transformation, acquire or improve emotional skills and contribute to personal development. You can volunteer in these three areas:

  • Childhood.
  • Adolescence and Youth.
  • Digital skills.

From the “SEK Solidarity Movement” we invite you not to miss the opportunity to learn by helping those who need you.

Take action!

For more information please write to us at: fundacion@ucjc.edu


If the conflict destroyed your country and forced you to flee for your life, what would you take with you?

Thousands of people are forced to flee their homes every day, due to conflict, war or persecution. According to data from the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR), more than 79.5 million people have left their country or have become displaced. In the absence of alternatives, approximately 40% live in refugee camps. Initially as a temporary solution, however, according to UNHCR data, a forcibly displaced person can spend an average of 17 years in a refugee camp.

Faced with a pandemic like the one we are experiencing, their lives become even more uncertain.

In April the Kenyan government imposed a lockdown on their country and therefore on the Kakuma camp, home to over 180,000 people. Some humanitarian organisations have expressed concern about the sanitary conditions and the possibility of a Covid-19 outbreak.

The Rise Junub Salam Club, made up of eight young people who attend primary and secondary schools in the countryside, has proposed curbing the pandemic through the donation of 1000 masks and 350 litres of liquid soap to the main hospital and the seven clinics in Kakuma. (€2,350)

Help us!

To achieve this objective, it is necessary to raise €2,770. That is why we invite you to join and help us reach the necessary amount so that they can acquire the material that will save many lives.