La Agenda 2030: resistiendo la tentación unilateral para construir futuro

Por Javier Surasky “Creo que la preocupación técnica central de la teoría del desarrollo será cómo crear en los jóvenes una valoración del hecho que muchos mundos son posibles, que el significado y la realidad son creados y no descubiertos, que la negociación es el arte de construir nuevos significados con los cuales los individuos… Continue reading La Agenda 2030: resistiendo la tentación unilateral para construir futuro

Together 2030: Three Years into The SDGs Journey

Together 2030 was launched 3 years ago, few months after the adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Thus, both have now arrived at a 3rd year.  We are delighted to be able to celebrate this important date with you – the members – once again. Every new year brings new challenges and we… Continue reading Together 2030: Three Years into The SDGs Journey

Mutual respect and common interests – working with parliament to progress the 2030 Agenda in Sierra Leone

By Edward Lansana Massaquoi, Programme Manager, Caritas Sierra Leone, and Chair, Sierra Leone Coalition 2030, @ediemass_edward Part of Together 2030’s parliamentary engagement series. In 2016, Sierra Leone was one of the first countries to step forward to report a voluntary national review. Despite limited engagement with civil society that year, the process kick-started a closer working… Continue reading Mutual respect and common interests – working with parliament to progress the 2030 Agenda in Sierra Leone

The challenge of participatory, inclusive VNRs

Author: Dr. Graham Long – @grahamlong9 The annual Together2030/Newcastle University stakeholder survey provides a snapshot of how stakeholders, especially civil society organisations, perceive SDG review and follow up in their national contexts, especially their engagement with Voluntary National Review (VNR) processes. Inclusive and participatory review is a cornerstone of SDG implementation; this review should be “rigorous”,… Continue reading The challenge of participatory, inclusive VNRs

Neglected Tropical Diseases in the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development: Good practice, that is not reported on

Authors: Johannes Trimmel – @JohannesTrimmel and Isabella Montgomery In 2015, for the first time ever, neglected tropical diseases were explicitly included in a global development framework through target 3.3 of the Sustainable Development Goals: By 2030, end the epidemics of AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria and neglected tropical diseases and combat hepatitis, water-borne diseases and other communicable diseases. There is… Continue reading Neglected Tropical Diseases in the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development: Good practice, that is not reported on

Promising Political Atmosphere for National SDG Budgeting in Finland

Author: Katja Hintikainen – @Katjakh In November 20th an interesting multi-stakeholder workshop meeting took place in Finland. on ways to take sustainable development goals into account in the national budget Our Minister of Finance, Petteri Orpo invited representatives from different sectors, including civil society to share views on the issue and to make concrete proposals. This initiative… Continue reading Promising Political Atmosphere for National SDG Budgeting in Finland

Make It Perfect: SDGs and Youth in Indonesia

Author: Stevie Leonard Harison In Indonesia the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are called  Tujuan Pembangunan Berkelanjutan, which includes a vision and a mission to bring the country to a more advanced stage of national development. Since 2015, the SDGs already have been promoted through various channels especially governmental agencies and international organizations that operate in the… Continue reading Make It Perfect: SDGs and Youth in Indonesia