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Monday 15 January 13:53

Goal 17: Partnerships

Goal 17 is to strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the Global Partnership for Sustainable Development.

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The scope and ambition of the new Agenda require revitalising the global partnership to ensure implementation of the Agenda. Robust global engagement will be needed to support implementation of the Agenda. The Agenda is characterised by a multi-stakeholder perspective, which will also be necessary during its implementation. Governments, the private sector, civil society as a whole, the UN system and other actors must work together to accomplish what we set out to achieve through the 2030 Agenda.

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Researchers on goal 17

“The refugee children needed more than just a place to stay” - Watch a conversation between Gisela Alftrén, Area manager at Bräcke Diakoni, and Henrik Eriksson, Associate Professor at Centre for Healthcare improvement at Chalmers, about goal 17 (2018).

Anna Nordén interviews Katherine Richardson, Sustainability Science Centre, University of Copenhagen, about goal 17 (2017).

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The Sustainable Development Solution Network (SDSN) Northern Europe is an action-oriented network focusing on mobilizing Nordic scientific and technological expertise to solve problems and create a more sustainable society. The network links knowledge to action in order for society to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Read more about SDSN Northern Europe

Chalmers Initiative for Innovation and Sustainability Transitions (CIIST) is a knowledge node that brings together scientists from multiple disciplines to develop an understanding of the complex transformation processes needed to achieve a sustainable society.
Read more about CIIST

Agenda 2030 and the Global Goals for sustainable development as a framework for collaboration (AGERA) is a project coordinated by Gothenburg Centre for Sustainable Development (GMV) aiming to strengthen the collaboration capacity of the Swedish higher education institutions. By developing methods for evaluating collaboration initiatives and their contribution to the Global Goals, Chalmers, the University of Gothenburg and six other Swedish participating educational institutions strengthen their internal processes to spur and encourage employees to take on sustainable development.
Read more about AGERA (in Swedish)

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