New Report reviews National Civil Society Coalitions working on the SDGs

13th March 2018

 A new report launched by Together 2030, in a partnership with the Norwegian Forum for Development and the Environment (ForUM) reviews the organization of national civil society coalitions on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The overall objective of this exercise was to identify examples of how civil society is organizing to promote and follow up on the implementation of the 2030 Agenda at the national level and to use this review to facilitate the creation and strengthening of bonds among coalitions through peer learning and information exchange to increase capacities to hold governments accountable for the commitments made in the 2030 Agenda.

The survey gathered information on existing national CSO coalitions following up and engaging in the implementation of the SDGs at the national level. The findings showcase how national CSO coalitions have been established so far,  the sectors mainly represented and the main challenges for the coordinated  CSO follow up of the 2030 Agenda.

The mapping also brings a series of recommendations for Together 2030 and other international networks and partners on how to collaborate with national CSO coalitions on the SDGs.

Check the full report here.

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