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  • To our members in our 4th Anniversary
    by Together 2030 on 2nd December 2019 at 5:00 pm

    By: Together 2030 Core Group Dear members of Together 2030, Four years ago, we launched Together 2030 as a shared project aimed at promoting and tracking the progress of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Since then, Together 2030 has become a flagship civil society global initiative, voicing challenges and opportunities of implementing this Agenda.… Continue reading To our members in our 4th Anniversary […]

  • Civil society perceptions: how well are we doing in running Voluntary National Reviews and implementing the 2030 Agenda?
    by Together 2030 on 25th September 2019 at 4:00 pm

    by Together 2030 and the University of Newcastle The Perceptions survey, conducted annually by Together 2030 and the University of Newcastle, has just been published and it has some important findings for the next round of VNRs and cycle of the HLPF. The first, is that, whilst there has been some increase in awareness and… Continue reading Civil society perceptions: how well are we doing in running Voluntary National Reviews and implementing the 2030 Agenda? […]

  • An SDG check, logical but not self-evident
    by Together 2030 on 15th July 2019 at 6:15 pm

    By: Gerjan Agterhof, Building Change The logic behind, what we call, an SDG check is very simple: All governments adopted the SDGs in 2015. Therefore it should not be possible that any new policy , law or regulation is not in accordance with the 17 goals and its 169 targets, right? Well, guess what, we… Continue reading An SDG check, logical but not self-evident […]

  • Simple and effective: a method to mobilize parliament for the SDGs
    by Together 2030 on 9th May 2019 at 5:30 pm

    By: Gerjan Agterhof, Building Change They are always busy, have their own hobbyhorses, claim they find things ‘very important’, will take topics ‘into consideration’ and are craving for more visibility in the media. But they are also the ones who have legislative powers, hold governments accountable and are our elected representatives. Yes, I am talking… Continue reading Simple and effective: a method to mobilize parliament for the SDGs […]

 

 

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