The UN Sustainable Development Summit in New York (September, 2015), approved the 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Five years on, the UN has called for a Decade of Action to deliver the Global Goals with an ambitious global effort to deliver on the 2030 promise.
Regions4 actively participates in the United Nations Sustainable Development Agenda, as Organising Partner of the Local Authorities Major Group (LAMG) and member of the Global Taskforce of Local & Regional Governments.
Regional governments have a unique role in its implementation, follow-up, and review, given their strategic position to overcome territorial inequalities, create enabling conditions for sustainable and inclusive development, and integrate efforts between different levels of government.
Regions4 represents the voice of regional governments in this agenda, particularly in the annual reviews at the High-level Political Forum (HLPF).
Focal point of the UN Major Groups and other Stakeholders Coordination Mechanism.
In-depth analysis of regions in 14 reviews.
Three reports on the state of SDGs localisation.
Experiences in the SDGs implementation of 47 regions from 23 countries and 4 continents.
Our main contributions to the 2030 Agenda