SDG 7 Partnership Exchange
The scale, scope and complexity of the economic, social and environmental transformation for the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development will require an enhanced collaboration among all sectors, inclusive of governments, private sector and civil society.

On Wednesday, 21 February 2018, as an integral part of the SDG 7 Conference, the SDG 7 Partnership Exchange Day will be devoted to energy related events by member States, UN system and other stakeholders.

Register your SDG 7 innovative solution or partnership now

In the support of the review of SDG 7 at the 2018 High-level Political Forum on Sustainable Development, the Secretariat is seeking concrete solutions, innovations, and partnerships from all stakeholders in support of Goal 7.

Registered initiatives, which will be published publicly, will form the basis of an in-depth analysis of SDG 7 initiatives undertaken by the Secretariat in the lead up to the 2018 HLPF.

The most innovative initiatives will also have an opportunity to be featured at the SDG 7 Conference in Bangkok, and at the 2018 Partnership Exchange - United Nations' annual global gathering for reviewing multi-stakeholder partnerships and voluntary commitments in support of the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals, scheduled for 13 July 2018 in New York.

What is the criteria for registering?

Any initiative voluntarily undertaken by Governments, the United Nations system, other intergovernmental organizations, international and regional financial institutions, non-governmental organizations and civil society organizations, academic and research institutions, the scientific community, the private sector, philanthropic organizations and other actors - individually or in partnership - that aim to contribute to the implementation of SDG7 may be registered.

Stakeholders are encouraged to register their initiatives that:

  • Advance implementation of SDG 7 and associated targets, reflecting inter-linkages between SDG 7 and other Sustainable Development Goals;
  • Respect principles of the United Nations;
  • Build on existing successful efforts (scaling it up, new phase, etc.) or introduce a new one;
  • Include means of implementation - such as finance or capacity building - as an element to help ensure longevity and sustainability of the initiative;
  • Provide access to additional information on the initiative (e.g. website, contacts);
  • Follow the SMART Criteria - an initiative that is Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Resource based, with Time-based deliverables.
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