The Strategic Framework for Sustainable Development in the Czech Republic

The Strategic Framework for Sustainable Development (SDS) has a crosscutting character that goes beyond individual departments, similarly to the Czech Republic’s 2008–2010 National Reform Programme and the 2007– 2013 National Strategic Reference Framework, which are in compliance with the updated SDS CR.

The difference is this document’s considerably longer and broader concept. The SDS provides information to government bodies and generally summarizes the key issues, problems and possible solutions. It is not aimed at imposing specific measures or replacing departmental and cross-cutting strategies, but rather at supporting their long-term orientation and mutual links. The relationship of the Updated SDS to major strategic documents, both EU and Czech, is shown in this document.

Source: Government of Czech Republic