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German CSOs declaration during SDG Forum

The German CSOs declaration was handed over to the head of the German chancellery, Helge Braun, on 13 June 2019. The presentation was part of the Forum Sustainability, the annual SDG event hosted by the German government with over 200 participants from civil society, science, business, all branches of government, communal and regional representatives and …

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Germany
Policy papers

Development Strategy 2030

The Slovenian Government has developed a strategic vision for the country supported by a long-term national development strategy to achieve a number of goals towards that vision by 2030 and meet its commitments to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This report uses a multi-country and multi-sector modelling framework to develop a baseline scenario of …

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Slovenia
Policy papers

Mind the Gap

De duurzame ontwikkelingsdoelstellingen (SDG’s) in een Belgisch perspectief

Er is meer dan 3 jaar verstreken sinds de Verenigde Naties een akkoord hebben bereikt over 17 duurzame ontwikkelingsdoelstellingen (Sustainable Development Goals of SDG’s). Ze staan voor een bijna alomvattende en behoorlijk ambitieuze agenda, te realiseren tegen 2030. Doelen als armoede en honger uitbannen, ongelijkheid verminderen en …

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Belgium
Monitoring & review tools, Policy papers

Manifesto for a Sustainable Europe for its Citizens

Despite the European Union’s great legacy and mission, the response of European decision makers’ to the financial crisis, to combating climate change and environmental degradation, to halting growing inequality and undermining women’s rights, to scandals such as those in our food system and Dieselgate, and to increased migration by closing our borders to those in …

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EU
Policy papers, SDG coalitions

Reaction of SDG Watch Europe on the EC reflection paper

Following the publication of the EC Refection Paper, SDG Watch Europe published this reaction to express its disappointment.

SDG Watch Europe deeply “regrets that the paper stays very vague and does not contain any concrete plan, targets or timeline. Five years after the adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the EU is …

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EU
Policy papers, SDG coalitions

How sustainable is Switzerland? Implementing the 2030 Agenda from a civil society perspective

Following Switzerland’s announcement that it will present a progress report to the UN in July, the civil society organisations that make up the Platform Agenda 2030 have been busy drafting their own parallel report. In doing so, they have not followed the UN guidelines for country-led reports. Instead, they have defined the topics and issues …

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Switzerland
Monitoring & review tools, Policy papers

Romania’s Sustainable Development Strategy 2030

Romania’s Sustainable Development Strategy 2030 defines Romania’s national framework for implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable
Development, providing a roadmap for achieving the 17 SDGs.

This Strategy is divided into three chapters, as follows:

Chapter 1: Introduction looks at the recent history of Sustainable Development as a concept from an international, European, and …

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Romania
Policy papers, Presentations
powerpoint

Copenhagen Municipality: Green public procurement on the agenda

With an ambitious new green public procurement policy, Copenhagen Municipality stimulates the demand for eco-labeled products and services.

Through the policy, Copenhagen demonstrates how public actors can motivate companies to produce sustainable products and services, thereby boosting the market. As a part of the new policy, the municipality and Ecolabelling Denmark will select two to …

Goal 03, Goal 12, Goal 17
Denmark
Policy papers, Presentations

Sustainable development of Latvia: analysis of NGO participation

Spotlight Review on the Report by Government of Latvia on Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals in Latvia.

By honestly revealing a part of the challenges the country faces, the Voluntary National Review by the Government of Latvia on Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals defines a range of positive development directions for sustainable development. …

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Latvia
Monitoring & review tools, Policy papers

The 2018 Peer Review on the German Sustainability Strategy

The German Government invited the International Peer Group to review its Sustainable Development Strategy.

The main RECOMMENDATIONS are:

1. Keep what works, elevate what is good, and change what has failed to deliver.
2. Make the institutional architecture charged with implementing the GSDS more
effective.
3. Raise the level of ambition for …

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Germany
Monitoring & review tools, Policy papers
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