Partnerships for the Goals

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Goal 17- Revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development.

 

India Inc cannot pursue CSR agenda in isolation: Shaifalika Panda, CEO, Bansidhar & Ila Panda Foundation

November 23, 2016
Shaifalika Panda, Chief of CSR, Indian Metal & Ferro Alloys (IMFA), and CEO, Bansidhar & Ila Panda Foundation (BIPF), says that companies should realign their CSR agenda to meet the contemporary challenges. Shaifalika talks to Ashok Kumar for the Social Philanthropy Series on All India Radio's FM Rainbow channel. Excerpts from the interview:

Teachers can make a difference within the system: Sharath Jeevan, STIR CEO

November 23, 2016
STIR education is an NGO working in India and Uganda to create a Teacher Changemaker Movement, an initiative aimed at improving education quality for the world’s poorest children. Sharath Jeevan, Founder & CEO, STIR Education, talks to OneWorld South Asia about the importance of rejuvenating the profession in developing countries. Excerpts from the interview:

Case Studies of Sustainable Development in Practice: Triple Wins For Sustainable Development

Partnerships for the Goals

This document sets out national examples of progress toward sustainable development, from developing countries like Nepal and Niger, as well as emerging economies like South Africa and Croatia. These examples show how social, environmental, and economic progress can be integrated to make a more sustainable future. They illustrate what the future of development programming should look like.

How Information and Communications Technology can Accelerate Action on the Sustainable Development Goals. ICT & SDGs Final Report

Partnerships for the Goals

This report has been compiled by a team from the Earth Institute at Columbia University in collaboration with Ericsson, the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) and the GSMA. A variety of multidisciplinary experts in the academic and private sectors have contributed insights in order to gain a thorough and rich understanding of the impacts of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) on achieving various Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Getting Started with the Sustainable Development Goals

Partnerships for the Goals

This publication by the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), is a first and preliminary guide on how to “get started” with implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It aims to help stakeholders, including governments at all levels (national, regional, and local), to understand the SDG Agenda, to start an inclusive dialogue on SDG implementation, and to prepare SDG-based national development strategies (or align existing plans and strategies with the goals).

Establishing a workable follow-up and review process for the Sustainable Development Goals

Partnerships for the Goals

This document is an output of Overseas Development Institute, which proposes a framework to make the Post-2015 agenda actionable. The report envisages that much more thought needs to be given to the process of target-setting, different actors’ responsibilities, implementation and accountability to ensure the relevance and applicability of a universal agenda to all countries.

A Hundred Key Questions for the Post-2015 Development Agenda

Partnerships for the Goals

This paper present the results of a consultative and participatory exercise that addresses the need to articulate and better align the research interests and priorities of academics and practitioners working on international development in a post-2015 international development framework. The exercise was organized around a two-stage consultation and short listing process. A four-month open consultation was conducted, offering development stakeholders and individuals the opportunity to submit their questions.