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Sustainable Development Solutions Network The Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), led by Jeffrey Sachs, is a global, independent network of research centres, universities and technical institutions that works with stakeholders including business, civil society, UN agencies and other international organizations. As a first step, the network will establish 10 global expert groups to support global problem solving in ten critical areas of sustainable development. SDSN also provides technical support to the High-level Panel on the Post-2015 Development Agenda.
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Score: 1164466 - https://www.un.org/en/developm.../untaskteam_undf/process.shtml
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SDG PRIORITY CONCEPTUAL ISSUES: TOWARDS AN ARAB APPROACH FOR THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS : DRAFT DOCUMENT FOR DISCUSSION AT THE ARAB REGIONAL CONSULTATIVE DIALOGUE ON THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS , (TUNISIA, 18-19 NOVEMBER 2013)
The UNTST has prepared issues briefs for consideration by the OWG in advance of each meeting. 3  SDSN – Sustainable Development Solutions Network: The SDSN was established by the UN Secretary-General as an independent global network of research centres, universities and technical institutions to help find solutions for pressing environmental, social and economic problems. Based at the Earth Institute in Colombia University, the SDSN published their report to the Secretary-General in June 2013 which includes a proposal for 10 goals. 4  HLPF – High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development: The HLPF was a key outcome from Rio+20 and was established by the General Assembly in June 2013 (67/290) following an intergovernmental negotiation process which defined the format and organisational aspects of the HLPF.
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Score: 1157074.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc.../2013/TECHNICAL PAPER.8&Lang=E
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There are 10 proposed SDGs (each with 3 targets, for a total of 30 specific targets, which may be found in the SDSN Report). They cover the three main dimensions of sustainable development —economic, social, and environmental —underpinned by good governance. (...) Hundreds of leaders of sustainable development are already engaged, and more than 100 universities will be formal members of the SDSN by the end of 2013. In addition, the SDSN has created 12 global thematic groups organized around major challenges, including energy, food, biodiversity, health, education, and others. (...) The SDSN, moreover, offers the organizational means for the global scientific community to organize itself to provide such inputs, without the need for formal top- down intergovernmental control.
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Score: 1152169.8 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/presi...ts/20130909-sustainabledev.pdf
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Geneva Damayanti, from the  UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network ’s (SDSN)  Youth Initiative ,  spoke about how ICTs are used for their Global Schools Program. She explained that SDSN Youth ,  a global network by youth and for youth, with a membership of 500 organizations from more than 70 different countries, empowers young people to create sustainable development solutions. The Global Schools Program is a new initiative led by SDSN Youth to educate and engage young people on the SDGs.
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Score: 1148083.6 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2020/0...gage-youth-and-reach-the-sdgs/
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UNIDO's engagement and other activities 16 September 2021 - Launch of the Council of Engineers for the Energy Transition 20 September 2021 - SDG Moment 22 September 2021 - Launch of the Gender and Energy Compact 22 September 2021 - Side-events at UNFSS 23 September 2021 - UN Food Systems Summit (UNFSS) 24 September 2021 - UN High-level Dialogue on Energy (HLDE) 24 September 2021 - Side-event at HLDE 27 September 2021 - GMIS Side-event 28 September 2021 - 4th High-Level Event on the Third Industrial Development Decade for Africa (IDDA III) When: 16 September 2021 at 18:15-19:30  PM CEST  (Co-) Organizers: UNIDO and SDSN  General  information :  Engineers are key actors within this process, as they have the technical knowledge, skills, and expertise to plan and implement an inclusive and sustainable pathway to decarbonization. The Council of Engineers for the Energy Transition (CEET) will be chaired by UNIDO and  the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), and will engage important partners from the United Nations (UN), academia and business sectors. SDSN, in conjunction with UNIDO and several other UN agencies, will constitute a Steering Committee to oversee a global, high-level body of engineers and energy systems experts to contribute to the UN Secretary General’s Coalition to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, and provide engineering pathways to achieve comprehensive decarbonization by mid-century.
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Score: 1148083.6 - https://www.unido.org/unido-at-unga-76
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Third International Conference on Financing for Development Third International Conference on Financing for Development Invest Ahead - For People and Planet #FFD3 #Action2015 Home Overview Programme Initiatives Documents News & Media Blog Unlocking Public and Private Finance for African Infrastructure Date: 13 July 2015, 10:00am - 12:30pm Location: Elilly Mars Hall Organised by Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) NEPAD Agency Summary A key priority for Addis is to close the gap in access to core infrastructure services, including safe water and sanitation, transport, connectivity, and modern energy services.
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Score: 1138485.5 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/ffd...or-african-infrastructure.html
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Some references: Gender Equality Index http://eige.europa.eu/rdc/eige-publications/gender-equality-index-2017-violence-against-women SDGs Indicators https://unstats.un.org/sdgs/indicators/Global%20Indicator%20Framework_A.RES.71.313%20Anne x.pdf http://unsdsn.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/150320-SDSN-Indicator-Report.pdf ITU ICT Development Index IDI based on a revised 14 indicators https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/Regional-Presence/AsiaPacific/Pages/Events/2018/aspidi2018/home.a spx
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Score: 1138485.5 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...ault/files/ui_c2_en_sub049.pdf
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UNAI Youth in Digital Activism | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations English Academic Impact Search the United Nations Submit Search A-Z Site Index Toggle navigation About UNAI » Who We Are Our Members Contact Us News » What's Happening UNAI Quiz UNAI Blog Events Special Series For Universities » The Why Join Guide Join Us Bulletin Board Submit a Bulletin Board Post Submit an Activity Report Get Involved » Learn Become a Millennium Fellow UNAI Hubs » Principle Hubs SDG Hubs Resources » Sustainable Development Goals UN Agencies UN Information Centres Dag Hammarskjöld Library Resources for Researchers UN Publications Internships Follow Us » Facebook LinkedIn Newsletter Twitter YouTube Soundcloud Contact Us UNAI Youth in Digital Activism Interview with Brighton Kaoma, SDSN Youth Global Director Tired of waiting for the older generation to solve global issues, youth activism is gaining momentum at an unprecedented pace.
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Score: 1128144.6 - https://www.un.org/en/collection/59098/15478
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CONFERENCE OF EUROPEAN STATISTICIANS ROAD MAP ON STATISTICS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS – 2ND EDITION
The Sustainable Development Report (formally: SDG Index report) is produced annually by teams of independent experts at the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) and the Bertelsmann Stiftung. It presents an SDG index and dashboard for all countries of the world thus giving a visual representation of countries’ performance on SDGs to identify priorities for action. It is not an official SDG monitoring tool but is presented as a complementary perspective to the official UN reports and databases. SDSN and the Bertelsmann Stiftung use publicly available data published by official data providers (including World Bank, WHO, ILO) as well as other organizations including research centres and NGOs to construct the index and compile the dashboards. (...) Table 2 Uses of different of statistics and data in the context of the 2030 Agenda Type of use Aim Specific requirements Type of data to use, sources Global overview and international comparisons E.g. the global SDG report based on global indicators or the SDSN Sustainable development report. To see overall progress and pinpoint regions or subject areas left behind to raise financial or policy support Internationally comparable statistics.
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A post-2015 action agenda for sustainable development The Leadership Council of the Sustainable Development Soultions Network (SDSN) delivered a report, entitled “ The Action Agenda for Sustainable Development ,” to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. (...) The Secretary-General created the SDSN to mobilize innovative ideas and global action for sustainable development.
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Score: 1122374.8 - https://www.un.org/millenniumg.../beyond2015-news-archive.shtml
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