SDG17 Partnerships for the Goals
To fully implement and monitor progress on the Sustainable Development Goals, decision makers everywhere need data and statistics that are accurate, timely, sufficiently disaggregated, relevant, accessible and easy to use. The Open SDG Data Hub promotes the exploration, analysis, and use of authoritative SDG data sources for evidence-based decision-making and advocacy. Its goal is to enable data providers, managers and users to discover, understand, and communicate patterns and interrelationships in the wealth of SDG data and statistics that are now available.
The Asia Pacific Energy Portal is one aspect of ESCAP’s support to regional member States under the Asian and Pacific Energy Forum (APEF). With the generous support of the Russian Federation, the portal has been designed to serve as an informational foundation, helping to meet that mandate and support ESCAP’s ongoing energy-related activities. The portal was launched at the 71st Commission Session in May 2015 and continues to develop with new features and content.
The SDG Data Portal provides a regional perspective on current status and progress towards the 17 Sustainable Development Goals agreed upon under the 2030 United Nations sustainable development agenda. Covering the 58 regional member states of ESCAP, the data portal includes all SDG indicators from the globally agreed SDG indicator framework for which data source could be identified.
The ESCAP Statistical database provides a regional perspective on development issues in Asia and the Pacific. It contains over 350 indicators disaggregated into over 1200 data series organized in 16 domains. SDG global indicators for which data is available have been incorporated into the ESCAP database.
International Advanced Level 'Training of Trainers' Programme On "Localizing Integrated Action On The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)"
Systainability Asia, in collaboration with Adhyeta International (Nepal) and IPTM (Bangladesh), will conduct a 4-day International SDG ‘Training of Trainers’ program focused on “localizing integrated action for SDGs.” The training runs from 22 – 25 March 2019 in Dhaka, Bangladesh. This training will be experiential and hands-on, using a Dhaka urban community as our point of reference, and focus on providing participants with new knowledge, tools and methods for organizing diverse, and sometimes conflictual, community stakeholders in collaborative action planning, utilizing a sys
International Gathering in Public Participation and Stakeholder Engagement for SDGs' Optimum Impact: Registration and Abstract Submissions Now Open!
Have you gotten an idea for a presentation or paper? We invite you to be part of the International Gathering in Public Participation and Stakeholder Engagement for SDGs' Optimum Impact in Bangkok, Thailand by submitting an abstract. Submissions are now open and will close on 13 February 2019.
Abstract submissions are open to all reseachers, academics and professionals working in public participation and stakeholder engagement. Submissions are also welcome for community groups and community organisations.