Read and download the publication 17 Sustainable Development Goals 17 Partnerships
Over 40 initiatives from a range of stakeholders were registered in the Partnerships for SDGs platform in the lead-up to and during the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit, 25-27 September 2015.

Initiatives were registered in support of all 17 Sustainable Development Goals, which included, among others, a knowledge sharing platform on sustainable policies for integrated water resources management and climate change adaptation, a sustainability literacy test aimed at assessing knowledge of students from higher education institutions all over the world, and a communication initiative aimed at spreading the word about the sustainable development goals. New registrations also included an initiative on solar empowered schools in Tanzania, an e-learning programme in Africa, an initiative to create sustainable means of nutrition for the mentally challenged, the elderly, street children, and other vulnerable groups across West Africa, and a global partnership to end violence against children. Full list below in alphabetical order (A-Z)
17

17 brings together experts in sustainable development, storytelling, filmmaking, and digital media to capture the significance of the adoption of the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and inspire sustainable action by highlighting the voices and actions of public- and private-sector leaders who are taking direct action on the SDGs.

Partners
* Rutgers Business School Center for Market Advantage * FOOD-X Alliance * PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers) * LoveMakers * One Public * TOKS
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • 17 video segments, one for each goal (10/2015)
17Goals

17Goals is the joint creation of a global network of sustainability organizations, experts, and enthusiasts determined to make it easy for people and organizations of all kinds to actively engage with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Our mission is to help make it possible for everyone, everywhere, to learn about the Sustainable Development Goals and access the tools and inspiration they need to take action. We bring a whole-systems perspective to the challenge of achieving the SDGs. We particularly want to help schools, universities, companies, and communities make these 17 goals part of their “standard operating procedure.”

Partners
Alexandria University, Egypt; AtKisson Group, USA/Sweden; Auburn University, Office of Sustainability, USA; Cabinet Espere, France; CEGAM - Centro de Especialistas en Gestión Ambiental, Mexico; Center for Sustainability Transformation GmbH, Germany; Center for Sustainable Development, Uppsala University, Sweden; Change Agent, Inc., Japan; Climate Interactive, USA; Compass Education, Thailand; Håll...[more]
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Website (17Goals.org) and social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, In... (September 2015)
A Voice for Sustainable Development in Tanzania

Uvinza FM Community Radio is committed to all the sustainable development goals (SDGs) but most especially to SDG1 –end poverty in all its forms, everywhere– as we believe for a developing country like ours, poverty in all its forms is the source of poor education, poor health, inequality and environmental degradation.

Partners
Uvinza FM Community Radio
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Educating listeners on the meaning of the SDGs (December 2015)
  • Educating listeners on the nature of poverty in rural Tanzania (March 2016 )
  • Educating listeners on the role of communities in poverty eradication ... (February 2016)
African Leadership in ICT for Knowledge Society Advancement

The Global E-Schools and Communities Initiative (GESCI), is an international non-governmental organization (INGO) founded by the United Nations’ Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Taskforce. GESCI provides leadership capacity building for the advancement of knowledge in society, as well as strategic advice to relevant ministries in developing countries on the effective use of ICTs, education and science technology innovation (STI) for inclusive knowledge society development.In partnership with the African Union Commission (AUC) and others, GESCI has developed the African Leadership in ICT (ALICT) capacity building programme and is working to implement it across 16 Anglophone and...[more]

Partners
* Global e-Schools and Communities Initiative (GESCI) - Implementing agency * African Union Commission (AUC) * Ministry for Foreign Affairs, Finland * Ministries of Education, Information and Communications Technology (ICT), and Science Technology Innovation (STI) * United Nations (UN) * African Development Bank (AfDB) * Association for the Development of Education in Africa (ADEA) * Inter...[more]
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • A sustainable capacity building model for Anglophone and Francophone c... (December 2016)
  • A well- functioning, multi-stakeholder knowledge exchange platform tha... (December 2016)
  • Capacities of at least 500 selected African leaders built, and appropr... (December 2016)
  • Appropriate management, leadership, project formulation and project ma... (December 2016)
AIM2Flourish for Business as an Agent of World Benefit

AIM2Flourish celebrates and catalyzes business innovation as part of a global learning challenge. We inspire the next generation of business leaders by discovering new ways of doing business that are both profitable and progressive: Business as an Agent of World Benefit. AIM2Flourish.com is the world’s first student-driven global learning platform, showcasing business innovations that uplift humanity. Business students around the world are using Appreciative Inquiry (strength-based interviews) and the UN’s new Global Goals for Sustainable Development to search out and report on world-changing innovations. The inaugural AIM2Flourish recognition celebration is in June 2017.

Partners
* Fowler Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit, Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University * Purposeful Networks, technology partner for AIM2Flourish.com * UN Global Compact’s Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) * Globally Responsible Leadership Institute (GRLI) * LEAP - PRME Working Group on the Sustainability Mindset * Association to Ad...[more]
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • 1,000 inspiring, high-quality stories of business innovation for good,... (June 2016)
  • Inaugural recognition and celebration of the best-of-the-best AIM2Flou... (June 2017)
Applied Research on Rain-fed Farming Systems and Dry Land Horticulture in the Hills of Tripura, India

The project’s ultimate goal is to improve the socio-economic conditions of the population of 3-4 tribal communities in the hills of Tripura, India, by developing sustainable agriculture production systems.

Partners
Center for Research on Rain-fed Farming System and Dry Land Horticulture, a farm research unit of the Mansur Ali Foundation, a charitable trust registered under the Indian Trust Act-1882 (Registration No: 10397/2014)
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Generate alternative income opportunities among local tribal forest dw... (August 2017)
  • Achieving food and nutritional security via the development of agri-pr... (December 2018)
  • Replication of developed agri-production technologies suitable for hil... (September 2020)
Association of Environmental Education for Future Generations (AEEFG)

Education is a pillar to the successful implementation of the sustainable development goals (SDGs). The Association of Environmental Education for Future Generations (AEEFG) aim to use the teaching of life sciences, environment, and geology to raise students’ awareness and understanding of the SDGs.

Partners
The Association of Environmental Education for Future Generations (AEEFG)
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • At least 200 students are involved in the project (June 2016)
  • At least 20 teachers are involved in the project (June 2016)
Bafut Ecovillage

Bafut Ecovillage accelerates local climate action through implementation of ecovillage design education for sustainable development, using permaculture the African way. The project is designed under the auspices of the Global Ecovillage Network, GENAfrica, and International Permaculture Convergence, to promote sustainable lifestyles and education in Africa, and promote networking and sharing of information of the sustainable development goals (SDGs) between operators of African ecovillages and experts on climate change in local councils.

Partners
LUSH Cosmetics, Ndanifor Gardens UK Trust, Global Ecovillage Network GENAfrica, International Permaculture Convergence, Cameroon Catalyst.
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • One water catchment in each of the 53 villages (September 2016)
  • School and community permaculture gardens in each village planting 500... (September 2017)
  • Upscaling and expanding Ndanifor Permaculture Test fields as an intern... (September 2018)
  • Producing how-to video films in all villages and putting on Youtube (September 2019)
Bridge Initiative for Youth Employment

The Bridge Initiative envisions a world where all youth are active participants of the social and economic development through relevant education and decent work. To achieve this, we will focus on Sub-Saharan African countries, starting with the Democratic Republic of Congo, by conducting research projects on the skills, education and opportunity gaps dividing youth from the job market. Evidence-based interventions will then be implemented in the form of training and education opportunities, skills development on workplace behaviors and entrepreneurship, and volunteer and internships placements with partner organizations in order to increase youth employability.

Partners
* Young African Leaders Initiative * Congo Leadership Initiative * United States Department of State * SNV (Netherlands Development Organization, DRC) * United Nations Volunteers * Clinton Global Initiative
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Online platform is launched (October 2015)
  • Research project on the skills, education and opportunity gap starts (November 2015)
  • Design and implementation of training on career skills and entrepreneu... (January 2016)
Cap-Net UNDP International Network for Capacity Development in Sustainable Water Management

Cap-Net UNDP is an international global network with a mission to strengthen capacity development in sustainable water management at local level. A global programme under the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), its objective is to support capacity development in a growing process of water sector reforms towards the sustainable management of water in the broad context of Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM).

Partners
23 geographic affiliated networks: AGWnet; Awarenet; CB-Hydronet; NBCBN; NileIWRMnet; WA-Net; WaterCap; WaterNet; Arg Cap-Net; Cap-Net Brasil; Caribbean WaterNet; LA-WETnet; REDICA; REMERH Mex Cap-Net; Cap-Net Bangladesh; Cap-Net Lanka; Cap-Net Pakistan; CAR@WAN; SCaN; AguaJaring; CK-Net-INA; MyCDNet; PHIL CAP-NET 7 global thematic networks: SuSanA; IW-Learn; WIN; GWA; WSP; Tiger Africa; Water ...[more]
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • To develop capacity of institutions and individuals to manage, and use... (December 2030)
  • To strengthening partnerships to improve water management practices (December 2030)
  • To develop and implement knowledge management systems in response (inn... (December 2030)
  • Water knowledge for all: Empowering individuals, enabling environments (December 2030)
CIFAL Global Network: Supporting Local Actors to Achieve Sustainable Development

The United Nations Institute of Training and Research (UNITAR) is the UN training arm for social and economic development, environmental services and multilateral diplomacy. UNITAR’s mission is to develop capacities to enhance global decision-making and support country level action for shaping a better future. UNITAR and its affiliated global network of International Training Centres for Local Actors (CIFAL) organise around 400 training activities yearly reaching out to some 25,000 beneficiaries.The Global Network of International Training Centres for Local Actors (CIFAL) are hubs for capacity building and knowledge sharing between government authorities, international organisations, the pri...[more]

Partners
United Nations Institute of Training and Research (UNITAR), Federation of Industries of the State of Parana (Brazil), Airport Group of the South of Mexico (ASUR), International Peace Foundation (ROK), Kuala Lumpur City Hall Training Institute (Malaysia), Regional Cooperation Office for City Informatization (China), Moray Council (Scotland), Municipality of Plock (Poland), City of Antwerp (Belgium)...[more]
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Beneficiaries trained on sustainable development topics, including the... (December 2016 )
  • Development of a toolkit on the SDGs for local authorities (March 2016)
  • Partnerships forged with cities, regions, and countries in support of ... (On-going)
  • Partnerships forged with UN and non-UN agencies, universities, researc... (On-going)
Creating an Enabling Environment for Mainstreaming of Older Persons in National Development

The proportion of able bodied older persons is ever increasing in the population. Most of this increase is happening in rural areas with high incidence of poverty. None of the government and civil society organizations that worked for MDGs have mechanisms to include 60+ population as the means or targets for achieving MDGs. SDGs have tried to correct this shortcoming of MDGs, to some extent. Therefore, Ageing Nepal will work with its partner organizations to develop government and civil society organizations, and the mechanism for including 60+ population both as means and targets for attaining SDGs first two goals.

Partners
Ageing Nepal, Ageing Nepal-Switzerland, Radio Sagarmatha 102.4 Mzh, The Peoples Review Weekly, HelpAge International, action/2015
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Monthly and annual database on different aspects of ageing population ... (September 2016)
  • Print six issues of Jyesth Nagarik, magazine on older people in Nepali... (September 2016)
  • Weekly radio program on issues of ageing population reaching out to 2 ... (September 2016)
  • Occasional research and training activities for national capacity buil... (Occasional)
Creating and nurturing vibrant partnerships to achieve the sustainable development goals in tribal regions of Western India

VAAGDHARA will create and nurture vibrant partnerships with community institutions working on behalf of the poor in tribal regions of western India, with the aim of inculcating appropriate scientific and indigenous technology and knowledge to achieve sustainable livelihoods and realization of true childhood for their children.

Partners
VAAGDHARA, community-based organizations, federations
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Increased sustainable livelihoods and food security through the adopti... (March, 2030)
  • Increased number of well-nourished children with a higher education (March, 2030)
  • Increased number of eligible families accessing government schemes tar... (March, 2030)
Creating Sustainable Means of Nutrition for the Vulnerable in West Africa

Food for All - West Africa Bank is a food recovery initiative created by Chefs for Change Ghana Foundation to create sustainable means of nutrition for the mentally challenged, the elderly, street kids, and other vulnerable groups across West Africa. Our vision is to build food banks that recover and redistribute food to the vulnerable throughout West Africa.

Partners
* Food for All, West Africa * Food for All, Ghana * Food for All, Benin * Chefs for Change Ghana Foundation
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • First West Africa Food for All Conference (March 2016)
  • First West Africa Food Bank in Ghana (June 2016)
Dairy Science Park

Partners
* Khyber Medical University, Peshawar * Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chamber of Commerce and Industries, Peshawar * Shaheed Benazir Bhutto University, Sheringal * Small and Medium Enterprises Development Authority * The University of Agriculture, Peshawar * Veterinary Research Institute, Peshawar * SDGs Task Force, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Provincial Assembly
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Self-employment for the youth of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA (December 2016)
  • Hygienic food for the people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and FATA (December 2017)
Developing Sustainable Practices in Academia

INP-ENSIACET decided to engage environmental initiatives such as ISO 14001. This approach aims to develop a Sustainable Development Policy and to gradually establish good practices to reduce the impact on the environment, particularly around greenhouse gas emissions. Both students and academics are involved in this project. Indeed, the culture of safety and respect for the environment are integral parts of the training delivered to the engineering students.

Partners
École Nationale Supérieure des Ingénieurs en Arts Chimiques Et Technologiques INP-ENSIACET, Ecole Nationale Vétérinaire de Toulouse ENVT, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie – Chimie ParisTech, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie de Montpellier
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Inventory of energy consumption (electricity, heating, gas…) (June 2016)
  • Students projects on ISO 14001 procedure (June 2018)
Early Childhood Development Online Community

The Early Childhood Development Online Community holds more than 2,300 documents on early childhood development organized in 35 thematic folders available for anyone to read.

Partners
* Comunidad Virtual de Desarrollo Infantil Temprano * Individual volunteers
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Publication of 2,300 documents on early childhood development (September 2015)
Environmental Parliamentary Front in Support of the SDGs in São Paulo, Brazil

The goal of this initiative is to have the regional legislative arm of the most developed state in Brazil to align its process with the environmental guidelines laid out by the new sustainable development goals (SDGs). The value proposition of our Front is to provide the strategic relationship capital to engage key stakeholders in supporting the SDGs in the state São Paulo.

Partners
Key stakeholders of this initiative will include government agencies, businesses, and non-profit organizations committed to regionalization of the sustainable development goals (SDGs) in the municipal consortia of São Paulo State, Brazil.
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Annual Social Report (May 2016)
  • Annual Social Report (May 2017)
  • Annual Social Report (May 2018)
  • Final Social Report (March 2019)
Ghana Climate Care Project

The Ghana Climate Care Project aims to educate, advocate, and offer practical adaptation activities in climate-affected communities in the Accra-Ada area. The ultimate goal of this commitment is to stem the tide of climate change by bringing stakeholders under one umbrella so as to deepen collective efforts and contribute to effective awareness creation.

Partners
• Community and Family Foundation (CAFAF) • Ghana Climate Change Coalition • Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation (MESTI) of Ghana • Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MGCSP) of Ghana • Ghana Coalition of NGOS in Health • Disabled Christians Fellowship • ACT for Change • DOVE consults • APPLE Project • Local Councils • Ghana Alliance for Clean Cook...[more]
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Twenty youth leaders trained as climate change activists (Febuary 2016)
  • Five communities affected by climate change in the Ada areas of Accra ... (April 2016)
  • Five community climate change roadshows to take place in affected comm... (May 2016)
  • Two thousand women in ten remote communities to mitigate the use of fo... (August 2016)
GIRLS! Project

Schools Without Borders mission is to empower girls in marginalized communities affected by trauma through educational support at various ecological levels (crime, poverty, health disparities). The GIRLS! Project promotes healing through educational support. The project utilizes a public health approach to reduce social determinants of health that often accompany trauma. New printed and Braille books that meet common core standards and writing workshops are provided to girls in urban and rural communities. The project is inclusive of hearing impaired, visually impaired, and girls orphaned by Ebola.

Partners
Schools Without Borders, Inc. Association Guineenne des Femmes Chercheurs, Center for Community Advancement and Family Empowerment at the United Methodist University, Liberia
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Donation of 5000 new print and Braille books to girls in urban and ru... (June 2020)
  • Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR) projects to determine be... (June 2020)
Global Education First Initiative (GEFI)

Despite the urgent need for investments in education and their clear returns, progress on education has stalled in recent years. The cost of leaving millions of children and young people on the margins of society is far greater than the funds required to jump-start efforts to reach international goals for education, which had shown considerable promise. The Education First initiative aims to give a “big push” to the global movement for education - by 2015 and beyond.

Partners
* Brookings Institution * Confederation for Cooperation of Relief and Development NGOs (CONCORD) * Dubai Cares * Educate a Child * Education International * Global Business Coalition for Education * Global Campaign for Education * Global Partnership for Education * Government of Andorra * Government of Australia * Government of Bangladesh * Government of Benin * Government of Brazil * Governmen...[more]
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Put Every Child in School (September 2017)
  • Improve the Quality of Learning (September 2017)
  • Foster Global Citizenship (September 2017)
Global Forum Against Caste-based Dircrimination (GFACD)

The Global Forum Against Caste-based Discrimination is an international organization established for advocating against all forms of discrimination globally. More than 360 million people are facing caste based discrimination in South Asia and other part of the world. The forum provides solidarity to the anti-caste based discrimination movement worldwide.

Partners
* Dalit NGO Federation, Nepal * Jana Utthan Pratisthan (JUP), Nepal * Nepali-American Society for Oppressed Community (NASO), USA
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Provide humanitarian support to affected communities in Nepal (May 2016)
Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data

The Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data is multi-stakeholder network of more than 150 data champions harnessing the data revolution for sustainable development. Its members represent the full range of data producers and users, including governments, companies, civil society groups, international organizations, academic institutions, foundations, statistics agencies and data communities. The Global Partnership serves as an invaluable convener, connector and catalyst, building trust and encouraging collaboration among stakeholders to fill critical data gaps and ensure data is accessible and usable to end extreme poverty, address climate change and pave a road to dignity for all...[more]

Partners
Abia State, Nigeria, Accur8Africa, Africa Gathering, African Centre for Technology Studies (ACTS), African Development Bank (ADB), African Development Fund, African Union Commission, Agora, AidData, Asian Development Bank, Barclays, Base of the Pyramid (BoP) HUB, Bretton Woods II, Brookings Institution, Cámara de Comercio de Bogotá (Bogota Chamber of Commerce), Canada (Government of), CARE Interna...[more]
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Set-up national multi-stakeholder data collaboratives to harness data ... (September 2016)
  • Contribute data, including from new data sources, and other resources ... (September 2016)
  • Create dynamic visualizations with the best available data related to ... (September 2016)
  • Build support for principles to harness the data revolution for sustai... (September 2016)
  • Convene local, regional, thematic and global data events to foster inc... (September 2016)
Global Partnership to End Violence against Children

In 2015, world leaders made a commitment to end all forms of violence against children by 2030, as part of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This moment presents an historic opportunity to unite the world behind a global, national and local movement to protect the world’s most precious asset – its children. The Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children and its associated fund were created to help achieve this ambitious undertaking – in every country, every community and every family.

Partners
* UNICEF * World Health Organization (WHO) * UN Women * United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) * United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) * ChildFund Alliance * Plan International * Save the Children * SOS Children's Villages * World Vision * Elevate Children Fund * Various foundations, private sector, leaders of faith, children and young people
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Help countries to work together to tackle violence against children - ... (December 2017)
  • Work with countries to accelerate action to tackle the dangers childre... (December 2020)
  • Build political will to end violence against children - make violence ... (December 2017)
Global Slavery Index: Measuring Modern Slavery to Monitor Change and Reduce Incidence of Forced Labour and Forced Marriage

The Global Slavery Index uses quantitative methods to provide a measure of the prevalence of slavery in 167 countries, and places these figures in the context of what governments are doing to tackle it. The annual Index, informed by the most extensive survey research ever conducted on slavery, is critical in directing efforts to eradicate slavery and understanding the contextual factors that make people vulnerable to modern slavery.The Global Slavery Index is tool for citizens, non-government organisations (NGOs), businesses, and public officials to understand the size of the problem, existing responses, and contributing factors, so they can build sound policies that will end modern slavery....[more]

Partners
* Walk Free Foundation * WISE – Wilberforce Institute for the Study of Slavery and Emancipation * Gallup
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Publish the Global Slavery Index 2016 (December 2016)
Ibis Rice Initiative

The Wildlife Conservation Society launched the Ibis Rice initiative in 2009 to promote and market wildlife-friendly rice grown in the communities located in areas in the northern plains of Cambodia protected for their biodiversity value. Ibis Rice links wildlife conservation to improving livelihoods of villagers whose opportunities are limited by the constraints of living in a remote area with little opportunity to expand their farms and limited market access.

Partners
* Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) * Sansom Mlup Prey * Accounting for International Development (AfID) * Wildlife Friendly Enterprise Network
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • To increase the incomes of at least 1,000 poor rice growing households... (December 2017)
  • To protect 500,000 hectares of forest and wetlands of global importanc... (December 2019)
Legislators’ Forum for the Sustainable Development Goals (LF-SDGs)

The Legislators’ Forum for the Sustainable Development Goals (LF - SDGs) is a partnership of national and local parliamentarians who, with the support of other actors, will work together to promote and support India’s national and local governments’ efforts to achieve the sustainable development goals.

Partners
* Centre for Legislative Research and Advocacy (CLRA) * Institute of Poverty and Governance (IPG) * TEDx Walled City * Parliamentarians' Group on the Millennium Development Goals (PG-MDGs) * CSOs, INGOs
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Handbooks, newsletters, and policy briefs on SDGs created and distribu... (Annually)
  • Consultations, briefing meetings, TEDx talks on SDGs created and distr... (Annually)
  • Create and mantain a resource centre on SDGs for legislators/MPs (Ongoing)
Local, Year-round Sustainable Agriculture

This is a startup initiative dealing with proven technological advancements in sustainable agriculture, for adoption into local communities worldwide. It focuses on renewable, low energy input / high output systems, resilient to the effects of severe weather, pests, grid failure and nuclear fallout. It will result in local food safety and security, water quality improvement and conservation, zero toxic waste output, and high quality, nutrient dense fresh fruits and vegetables. This initiative also proposes to provide, education on symbiotic relationships, research opportunities, employment, and education on the importance of biodiversity, ecology, sustainability, and connection to the ear...[more]

Partners
* Yhcrana Organics * CY-OP, Inc. * Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre * We Are The Villagers (registered charity)
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Established research farm that achieves the objective of having zero-e... (September 2020)
Mediterranean Water Knowledge Platform

The establishment of a Mediterranean Water Knowledge Platform is a prerequisite to the development of sustainable policies for integrated water resources management and climate change adaptation. It aims to provide a common basis for the development of national water information systems in four pilot countries, and to deliver an assessment of water resources management and use (i.e., drafting of a white paper) by collecting and exploiting data of these systems. It will allow for an evaluation of best practices, joint management of transboundary resources, and follow-up on regional or sub-regional projects and policies in the Mediterranean region, on a voluntary basis.

Partners
* International Office for Water * Institut Méditerranéen de l'Eau * Euro-Mediterranean Water Information System (EMWIS) * Mediterranean Network of Basin Organisations * United Nations Environmental Programme Mediterranean Action Plan (UNEP-MAP) * Arab League Center for Water * Ministry of Water and Irrigation (Jordan) * Ministry of Energy and Water (Lebanon) * Ministry of Energy, Mines, W...[more]
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Online platform launched and operational (June 2016)
  • Guidelines for elaboration of national white papers (IRWM planning) (December 2016)
  • National water information system operational in Tunisia (January 2017)
Millennium Kids, Inc. '1000 Actions for the Planet'

Millennium Kids has empowered young people to plan and implement projects that care for the environment since 1996. In partnership with schools, local communities, parents, and local authorities, projects include environmental audits, remediation, action conferences, hands-on sustainability education, futures thinking and outreach into South Africa, Indonesia, and Malaysia. The Campaign for 2016/2017 is '1000 Actions for the Planet'. Children, schools and youth have committed to achieving 1000 Actions towards the SDGs. The Campaign was launched during the MK20 Unconference in Perth and Fremantle, Australia, in October 2016.

Partners
Millennium Kids Inc youth led organisation, parents, communities, participating schools and local authorities
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Swan River Remediation Project (2016)
Monitoring Progress of the Deployment of Science, Technology, and Innovation in Sustainable Development (SDG17)

FRAmericas proposes to:(i) develop baseline data for selected target indicator (see scope, below)(ii) construct a database to collect, verify and register activities undertaken by governmental and non-governmental organizations world-wide that respond to the selected target indicators(iii) create an open platform to which registered organizations can access and contribute their inputs to the monitoring process(iv) report periodically on tendencies, progress and perceived obstacles to the attainment of the targets selected

Partners
FRAmericas; GRS technologies
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Linkages to the United Nation's SDG organized efforts created (December 2015)
  • Indicators for the Meta Data Base (MDB) selected (March 2016)
  • Meta Data Base (MDB) developed (October 2016)
National Coordination on the Implementation of SDGs (NACOS INITIATIVE)

Though the 2030 Agenda acknowledges that civil society organisations have a big role to play in ‘Transforming Our World’, it is not clear how civil society organisations can support the implementation, monitoring and review of the Sustainable Development Goals. While government has the mandate of the day to govern its citizens and ensure that their needs are taken care of, civil society and non-governmental organizations play a crucial role within their societies in providing policy input, following new initiatives, and holding governments accountable. They can be active actors in promoting democratic and market-oriented reforms based on shared values including but not limited to respect for...[more]

Partners
* Save Matabeleland Coalition * Beyond 2015 Zimbabwe * Regional Centre for Social Responsibility (RCSR) * Footnote Consultancy * Stop to Start International * Habakkuk Trust
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Establishment of 10 Provincial Coordination Centers (March 2016)
  • Capacity Building of State Actors, Local Authorities, Private Sector, ... (June 2017)
  • Successful Alignment and Localization of the 2030 Agenda (December 2017)
  • Inclusive Participation of All Stakeholders (March 2018)
Nicaraguan Network of Community Commerce

The Nicaraguan Network of Community Commerce is a national network composed of 62 organizations that include cooperatives, rural women and female entrepreneur networks, consumer networks, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) dedicated to agriculture and crafts activities. It works to create political and economic lobbying opportunities that will encourage the adoption of laws and alternative commercialization channels into public policy. The network also coordinates efforts in 18 farmers’ markets where more than 500 women currently sell their own products directly to the public. RENICC es una red de cobertura nacional, integrada por 62 organizaciones entre cooperativas, redes de mujeres...[more]

Partners
Cooperatives, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), rural women networks, female entrepreneur networks Cooperativas, organismos no gubernamentales (ONGs), redes de mujeres rurales, redes de mujeres empresarias
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Strengthening rural women in food security for inclusive development /... (November 2015)
Our Oceans Challenge

The Our Oceans Challenge (OOC) partner network consists of influential companies committed to generating innovative business models that promote clean and healthy oceans, not only by providing financial support but by sharing expertise and know-how with entrepreneurs and start-ups.

Partners
* Heerema Marine Contractors * Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN) * KPMG * Outside, Inc. * Willteco * Innovation Factory * NIBC Direct * VU University Amsterdam * World Ocean Council * Jules Dock
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Set up partner network challenge cycle 2016/2017 (February 2016)
  • Formulate challenge scope (March 2016)
  • Start challenge on online platform (April 2016)
Paris Pact on Water and Adaptation to Climate Change in the Basins of Rivers, Lakes, and Aquifers

The purpose of this “Paris Pact” is to provide recommendations of actions that should be undertaken without delay at the most relevant scale for water management adaptation to climate change – i.e., the basins of lakes, rivers, and aquifers. The Pact also calls for actions of basin organizations and other relevant institutions (e.g., governments, international organizations, donors, local authorities, civil society and companies). Such actions will contribute to reach target 6.4 to 6.b of the SDGs.

Partners
Lead partner: the International Network of Basin Organizations (INBO) with the support of its regional components (ANBO, LANBO, CEENBO, MENBO, EURO-INBO, NANBO, EECCA-NBO, and other core partners, including UNECE, the World Bank and UNESCO.
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • The Paris Pact is signed (December 2015)
  • The Paris Call for Actions is launched (December 2015)
  • The presentation of actions undertaken under the framework of the Pari... (April 2018)
Predio Experimental de la Agroforestería Andina - MOLLESNEJTA

The Predio Experimental de la Agroforestería Andina - MOLLESNEJTA is a 16 ha farm where Joachim Stadler and Noemi Stadler-Kaulich aim to demonstrate how it is possible to restore degraded soil and carry out agricultural activities in harmony with nature in the semiarid Andean valley of Cochabamba, Bolivia. To carry this out, they have been experimenting with 35 different consortiums of agroforestry systems since 2000. The research station offers students of Bolivia and the world the possibility of learning by doing as well as to carry out scientific research. The results are disseminated by agroforestry projects in the region.

Partners
* Espacio Compartido en Sistemas Agroforestales (ECO-SAF) * Universidad Católica de Bolivia "San Pablo" - Cochabamba * Escuela Superior Forestal ESFOR de la Universidad Mayor de San Simón, Cochabamba * NATUREFUND
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Soil is protected via the use of organic material (from tree-pruning a... (2011)
  • Apples are produced without agrochemicals or irrigation in a diverse a... (2011)
  • Olives are produced without agrochemicals or irrigation in a diverse a... (2017)
  • Avocados are produced without agrochemicals or irrigation in a diverse... (2019)
Producing Green Products and Reducing Waste by Reusing and Upcycling

Producing green products and reducing waste by reusing and upcycling industrial waste discarded by the large, export-oriented, ready-make garments industries in and around Dhaka City, Bangladesh.

Partners
* The Small & Medium Enterprise (SME) Foundation * Young Entrepreneurs Associations of SMEs (YEAS)
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • 5000 poor women are engaged in producing green products (September 2020)
  • 25 leading women entrepreneurs are developed in green business leaders... (September 2020)
Promoting Peaceful Co-existence and Ensuring Minority Rights Based on Dignity and Justice

The ultimate goal of our partnership is to reduce all forms of discrimination in India, especially of minorities and Dalits, who are the worse effected by discriminatory policies and attitude of policy makers.

Partners
World for Equality, various religion-based institutions, Green Cosmos
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Cadre of community leaders organized and ready for action (March 2016)
  • Community monitoring mechanisms are strengthened (December 2016)
  • Campaign for equitable share of minorities is rolled out (March 2017)
  • Policy intervention ensuring government accountability regarding the i... (August 2018)
Promoting Social Accountability to Empower Local-level Community for Improved Service Delivery and Democratic Governance in East Africa

The goal of the initiative is to strengthen capacities of citizen groups and government to work together in order to enhance quality of public services delivered to citizens. It seeks to give voice to the needs and concerns of all citizens on the delivery and quality of public services. Africa Youth Movement will facilitate the implementation, guidance and supervision by a steering committee formed of representatives of citizens, government, and civil society. AYM will be responsible for the coordination and provision of capacity development, training, technical guidance and support to partners to ensure effective and efficient implementation of the initiative.

Partners
APRM, IGAD, AU, youth organizations, youth clubs, Civic organizations, youth networks, UNDP, Africa Governance Initiative, Mo Ibrahim Foundation, UN Youth, governments Sector Ministries, Network of Social Accountability Associations, Global partnership for Social Accountability, World Bank, DFID, African youth, universities, research institutes, politicians, elected councils
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Citizens, service providers, government officials, politicians, electe... (December 2016)
  • Strengthened participation of local level community in service deliver... ( December 2017)
  • Improved engagement among citizens, service providers, officials and e... (December 2018)
  • Created networks and institutionalize social accountability in to the ... (December 2019)
Ranking and Acknowledging Companies According to their Application of the Sustainable Development Goals

CEMDES believes companies can help with the fulfillment of the sustainable development goals (SDGs) by going about their business but with a larger and human vision - it is preferable to sell health that a bunch of soaps, for example. The time has come to crystallize the SDGs into business’ growth strategies. CEMDES will help this change of patterns and also give some ideas and methodologies.

Partners
* Consejo Empresarial para el Desarrollo Sostenible Ecuador (CEMDES) * Cámara de Industrias de Guayaquil (Chamber of Industries in Guayaquil) * 54 companies that are members of CEMDES (e.g., Holcim, Andec, Pronaca, Pica, Mexichem Plastigama, Conauto, Estudio Juridico Manzano, Co2mpensa, Industrial Azucarera San Carlos, Valdez, Codana, Pronobis, ESPAE, Veritas DBO, Norlop Thompson, TONI, SEMAICA,...[more]
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Yearly report about the application of the SDG by business (including ... (November 2016)
  • Yearly report about the application of the SDG by business (including ... (November 2017)
  • Yearly report about the application of the SDG by business (including ... (November 2018)
  • Yearly report about the application of the SDG by business (including ... (November 2019)
  • Yearly report about the application of the SDG by business (including ... (November 2020)
ReadABookNigeria Initiative

The ReadABookNigeria Initiative is dedicated to achieving the future of Nigeria we want through focused and concrete educational actions at the local and international levels. Specifically, ReadABookNigeria is working to:1. Increase by 70 the number of youths with relevant skills, especially for entrepreneurship, % by 20502. Ensure all youth achieve literacy and acquire skills needed to promote sustainable development and lifestyles3. Promote a culture of peace and non-violence, and the appreciation of cultural diversity and culture's contribution to sustainable development

Partners
* Influence World House * Centre for Character and Leadership Development American Corner Abuja * TheBookDiscus * Books For Africa * ThinkSUSTAINABILITY!
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Conduct six intensive entrepreneurial knowledge acquisition courses in... ( July 2016)
  • Engage 1200 illiterate youths on educational book readings, writing co... (November 2016)
  • Establish 180+ literacy training centres across the country (August 2020)
  • Enlighten 60% of the Nigerian population on sustainability development... (November 2029)
Securing Health Through Safe Treatment and Other Initiatives (SHOSTI)

"Securing Health through Safe Treatment and Other Initiatives" (SHOSTI) aims to serve poor and marginalized people in Bangladesh with quality services at low and affordable prices. SHOSTI clinics are considered the primary service providing centers for basic and necessary medical services, positively changing the socioeconomic status of the communities where they operate.

Partners
* Eminence Associates for Social Development * International Society for Urban Health (ISUH) * Bangladesh Urban Health Network (BUHN) * Population and Sustainable Development Alliance (PSDA) * CANSA (Climate Action Network-South Asia) * Global Citizens forum for Sustainable Development (GCFSD)
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Community Health Conference Report (June 2016)
  • Non-Communicable Disease Status Report (December 2016)
  • Annual Conference Report (December 2016)
  • Poverty Alleviation Report (December 2020)
Shilpa Sayura: Local Language E-Learning

Shilpa Sayura develops and provides an e learning system with digital content for learning national curriculum at rural Telecentres in Sri Lanka to help youth and children whose education is hampered by lack of teachers, books and education resources and poverty. Since 2005 the project has helped reducing early school drop-offs, improving examination results, and employment opportunities by youth.

Partners
* Shilpa Sayura Foundation * ICTA Sri Lanka * Nenasala Telecentres * Youth Empowerment Society
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Implementation in 20 communities (December 2008)
  • Implementation in 100 communities (December 2009)
  • Implementation in 200 communities (December 2012)
  • Online Implementation (December 2014)
Solar Empowered Schools

Solar Empowered Schools is an initiative that uses sustainable energy to improve academic performance in primary and secondary rural schools in Africa by providing them with solar lanterns so that students who lack access to electricity can extend their study time.

Partners
* Africa Sustainable Energy Association * Nigeria Alternative energy Consortium * Southern Africa Alternative Energy Association
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Distribution of 2000 solar lanterns to schools (January 2016)
Solutions for Youth Employment (S4YE)

Solutions for Youth Employment (S4YE) is a multi-stakeholder coalition among public sector, private sector, and civil society actors that aims to provide leadership and resources for catalytic action to increase the number of young people engaged in productive work. The S4YE coalition was founded, in partnership, by Accenture, International Labour Organization (ILO), International Youth Foundation (IYF), Plan International, RAND Corporation, the World Bank, and Youth Business International (YBI). The mission of S4YE is to provide leadership and catalytic action and mobilize efforts to significantly increase the number of young people engaged in productive work by 2030.

Partners
* Accenture * Microsoft * Government of Germany * Government of Norway * Government of Albania * Plan International * Youth Business International (YBI) * International Youth Foundation (IYF) * RAND Corporation * International Labour Organization (ILO) * Hilton * Rockefeller Foundation * MasterCard Foundation * Mozilla Foundation * Envoy for Youth, United Nations * World Bank * E...[more]
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Flagship Report: A Baseline for 2015 (October 2015)
  • Flagship Report: Youth Employment in 2020 (October 2020)
  • Flagship Report: Youth Employment in 2025 (October 2025)
  • Final Flagship Report: Youth Employment in 2030 (October 2030)
Sustainability Innovation

Public engagement process via digital platform will be used to enhance knowledge, involvement, and action regarding topics related to the sustainable development goals (SDGs). Futureye is open and engaging with any group that wants to deepen awareness of sustainable development goals and motivate community action or better policy decisions. The platform www.wikicurve.org is now up and partnerships are being sought to use it at a community level.

Partners
* Futureye * WikiCurve
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Offer made to community (October 2015)
  • Partnership with community established (March 2016)
  • Engagement with a community (June 2016)
  • Evaluation of outcomes (September 2016)
Sustainability Literacy Test (SULITEST) of the Higher Education Sustainability Initiative (HESI)

The sustainability literacy test (SULITEST) is an online multiple choice question assessment. It assesses, in 30 minutes, the minimum level of knowledge in economic, social and environmental responsibility, applicable all over the world, in any kind of higher education institution (HEI), in any country, for students from any kind of tertiary-level course (bachelors, masters, MBAs, PhD).

Partners
* Senior Advisors: UNESCO, UNDP, UNEP, UN DESA, UN PRME, ULSF, CEEMAN, MEDIES, GRLI, ARIUSA, AMFORHT, HEASC, WFCP, GUPES, IDDRI, IAU, Copernicus alliance * Regional-National Expert Committee: RAUSA, ACTS, PRME Chapter Brazil, CGUN, Red Campus Sustentable, RCFA, REDIES, RAUDO, PRME national Chapter for Middle East and North Africa, CGE, CPU, REFEDD, CIRSES, HKSCC, APSCC, CAS-Net JAPAN, CRUI,INAE...[more]
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • 200,000 tests carried out per year, out of which 50,000 are done by pr... (September 2030)
Sustainable Rural Initiatives

Sustainable Rural Initiatives (SRI) is a non-governmental organisation that aims to improve the quality of life in rural areas by working with rural community groups to unveil and support the potentials and opportunities amidst them. Our integrated system of poverty eradication includes Agriculture and Environment, Skills Development and Entrepreneurship, Youth in Action, Community Health and Education support.

Partners
* Moi University * Nissiping University * Students 4 Sustainability * Tools for Work * The Flying Carpenters * Working group on Development Techniques * PowerEd * Marthe van Rijswijck Foundation
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Carpentry workshop for skills development operational (October 2013)
  • Solar panels installed and operational (May 2015)
  • Community resource centre opened and operational (May 2016)
The Most Important Campaign

In order to ensure a successful, transformative, and universal outcome for the United Nations’ Post-2015 Agenda, global communications are necessary to inspire and mobilize worldwide action. Working with a wide range of media companies that made commitments to PVBLIC’s vision, to contributing to the implementation of the SDGs through the Most Important Campaign, Media for Social Impact, and a variety of other initiatives. PVBLIC is now actively working with its partners to develop a campaign on how to reach, engage, and compel the globe to take action over the next 15 years.

Partners
PVBLIC Foundation, Mekanism, AIESEC International, Trollbäck & Company
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Launch of the Most Important Campaign (01/2016)
The Young Scot SDGs Call: A Thriving Planet Leaves No One Behind

CIFAL Scotland and Young Scot are launching an online call for young people in Scotland to engage with the Sustainable Developing Goals (SDGs). Young Scot is a citizenship and information service for young people between the ages of 16 and 25. As part of the Young Scot scheme, young people can complete activities to gain points. The points can be put towards rewards, which range from experiences to gifts.

Partners
* CIFAL Scotland * Young Scot * UNITAR
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Introduce the origins and purpose of the SDGs (January 2016)
  • Present possibilities on how to engage with the SDGs (January 2016)
  • Create space for reflection and ideas to emerge on how to prepare for ... (January 2016)
  • (Final) Young people in Scotland are engaged with the relevance and ap... (January 2016)
Tropical Eco-Schools and Tanam 100000 Bibit!

The Eco-Schools and Tanam 100000 Bibit! are one of the IGAF Eco-projects which proposed to tackle climate change and to advance environmental awareness of children, youths and local communities. The project comprises two pivotal agenda, Eco-Schools and Tanaman 10000 Bibit!, which will be held at Jepara and Bogor Regency, Indonesia. Environmental educations notably about climate change will be given to children early whereas the action will be in form of planting 100000 tropical tree seedlings. Targeted participants of the project are about more than 500 participants with monthly project executed. Kindly refer this Fanpage for the detail: https://www.facebook.com/IndonesianGreenActionForum.

Partners
* Youth and United Nations Global Alliance (YUNGA) * Food and Agriculture of the United Nations (FAO) * UNEP TUNZA Southeast Asia Youth Environment Network (SEAYEN) * Sandwatch Foundation * United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) * SEAMEO BIOTROP * GEF/UNDP Small Grants Programme * World Youth Foundation * Young Professional for Agriculture Development * Eubios E...[more]
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Making One Eco-school at Bogor Regency; and Planting 2000 tree seedlin... (September 2015)
  • Making Two Eco-schools at Jepara Regency and Planting 2000 tree seedl... (July 2016)
  • Making One Eco-schools at Bogor Regency; and Planting 2000 tree seedli... (September 2016)
  • Making One Eco-schools at Bogor Regency; and Planting 4000 tree seedli... (December 2016)
Upgrading the Slums in Abuja, Nigeria

The United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) in Nigeria has stated that about 80 million Nigerians, representing 79 per cent of the population, are living in slums. The growth of informal settlements around the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) has largely been as a result of inadequate and non-affordable housing for all classes of the citizenry. The challenge of securing land tenure for the teeming populace, the high cost of building materials, inaccessible mortgage mechanisms for the poor as well as the high rents of urban accommodation has been responsible for many of the city’s suburban slums. This partnership aims to support the development of human settlements around Abuja...[more]

Partners
* Initiative for the Support and Promotion of Human Shelter (ISPHS) * Federal Ministry of Land, Housing and Urban Development * Shack and Slum Dwellers Association, Nigeria * Gwagwalada Concern Youth Forum * Lugbe Community Development Association * Institute for Housing and Urban Development * Federation of Urban Poor (FEDUP)
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Establishment of a strong community development association in Lugbe, ... (October 2009)
  • Partner with ENVICONS Team Consultant to develop Lugbe community upgra... (November 2010)
  • Gather voices from the slum dwellers in Abuja on how they feel about t... (October 2014)
Worldwide Hospice Palliative Care Alliance

WHPCA works to promote the implementation of the World Health Assembly resolution A67.19, “Strengthening of palliative care as a component of comprehensive care throughout the life course”. We believe that no one with life-limiting conditions, such as cancer, HIV, or organ failure should live and die with unnecessary pain and distress. We work with our members, governments and global partners to ensure availability and accessibility of quality palliative care for the most vulnerable adults and children.

Partners
The Worldwide Hospice Palliative Care Alliance (WHPCA) is a global alliance of 207 national and regional hospice and palliative care and affiliate organisations representing 77 countries across the globe.
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Palliative care integrated in target countries in accordance with WHA ... (December 2018)
Youth Philanthropy Forum on SDGs

The Youth Philanthropy Forum on SDGs aims to build greater capacity and create a better environment for youth philanthropic organizations to support the implementation of the United Nations sustainable development goals (SDGs). It will connect youth philanthropy to the United Nations' SDGs to see how youth are making change towards these big goals. It will create an opportunity for the youth to learn and make connections with international leaders by building strong partnerships between youth philanthropic organizations, the United Nations, governments, civil society, and businesses

Partners
* Global Alliance for Development Foundation (GADeF) * World Initiatives for Grant making Support (WINGS) * African Grantmakers Network (AGN) * African Youth in Philanthropy Network (AYPN) * Foundation Centre * Youth Philanthropy Connect *United National Development Programme(UNDP),USA *Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, USA *Youth Philanthropy Connect(YPC),USA *World Initiatives for Grantmaker...[more]
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Create a track for youth philanthropy to engage with the governmental ... (March 2016)
  • Develop country-level pilots for youth philanthropic collaboration wit... (October 2016)
  • Create or contribute to a credible and accessible online data and know... (November 2016)
  • Create new knowledge products on youth philanthropic contributions to ... (December 2016)
“Youth Voice” Regional Campaign in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

“Youth Voice” Regional Campaign aimed to ensure a broad consultation and coordination with the youth constituencies in the region and to collect youth views, experiences and expectations related to the post-2015 development framework. Since 2014, the campaign fostered a strategic alliance of almost 80 organizations from 23 countries in Eastern Europe and Central Asia who engaged in communication and advocacy activities highlighting youth priorities for the development agenda, at national, regional and international levels.

Partners
ASTRA Youth, PETRI Center Sofia, YouAct, Youth Coalition, Y-PEER and YSAFE, in close collaboration with the Adolescents and Youth Cluster in the UNFPA Eastern Europe and Central Asia Regional Office (EECARO) and UNFPA Country Offices.
Sustainable Development Goals
Deliverables
  • Mobilized young people from a variety of (social, ethnic, cultural etc... (November 2015 )
  • Online channels available for young people to acquire information abou... (November 2015 )
  • Showcased youth stories, opinions and messages coming from the grass-r... (November 2015 )
  • Conducted meetings between young people and decision makers related to... (November 2015 )
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