This eAtlas presents the 29 global and thematic SDG 4 indicators identified by the Technical Cooperation Group on SDG 4-Education 2030 Indicators for reporting in 2017. It will be regularly updated as new information becomes available.
The SDG Index and Dashboard Report provides a report card for country performance on the historic Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It describes countries’ progress towards achieving the SDGs and indicate areas requiring faster progress. The global SDG Index score and scores by goal can be interpreted as the percentage of achievement. The difference between 100 and countries’ scores is therefore the distance in percentage that needs to be completed to achieving the SDGs and goals. It is a complement to the official SDG indicators and voluntary country-led review processes. It uses publicly available data published by official data providers and other organizations including research centers and non-governmental organizations. Governments and civil society alike can therefore utilize the SDG Index and Dashboards Report to identify priorities for action, understand key implementation challenges, track progress, ensure accountability, and identify gaps that must be closed in order to achieve the SDGs by 2030.
The Education within the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development portal provides a platform from which to access information, news, data, monitoring, planning, and etc. surrounding SDG 4 "Quality Education."
The Portal aims to serve as a unique access point to timely, comprehensive migration statistics and reliable information about migration data globally. The site is designed to help policy makers, national statistics officers, journalists and the general public interested in the field of migration to navigate the increasingly complex landscape of international migration data, currently scattered across different organisations and agencies.
The SDG National Reporting Initiative facilitates greater information-sharing for reporting on the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) between international, regional, and local communities. SDG reporting refers to the act of publishing and disseminating data and statistics on the SDG indicators for key stakeholders.
WBCSD’s SDG Business Hub captures and packages latest insight, developments and emerging trends on the Sustainable Development Goals to support the private sector in navigating this dynamic agenda. It provides an overview of WBCSD’s work in the SDG arena and includes an extensive resource library featuring reports, tools and other resources that are particularly relevant to business.
IHP-WINS is an open-access, knowledge-sharing platform on water-related issues at all levels, which is freely made available by the International Hydrological Programme of UNESCO. One of the main objectives of the platform is to empower users to share geospatial data through a simple process, and to easily produce maps with information already available on the platform.
IHP-WINS provides a platform for sharing any type of information related to water. Although data hosted on IHP-WINS is mostly in the form of GIS layers that can be overlaid for users to visualize information and create maps tailored to their own needs, contributors can share information in various other formats (i.e. images, videos, PDF, webinars, etc.). Data can be of various scales (global, regional, national and local), and can relate to any aspects of water resources (quality, quantity, governance, risk, use, supply, groundwater, gender, SDG6 targets and indicators, etc.). Both quantitative data and qualitative data are welcomed on IHP-WINS.
The Global Climate Action portal is an online platform where non-Party stakeholders from around the globe - companies, cities, subnational regions, investors and civil society organizations - can display their commitments to act on climate change.
Launched by UN Climate Change, Peru and France in 2014, the portal was born from the realization that addressing climate change will take ambitious, broad-based action by all sectors of society, public and private.
By displaying their ambition and commitments, non-Party stakeholders lent momentum to the negotiations that produced the Paris Climate Change Agreement in December 2015. At the UN Climate Conferences in Marrakesh in 2016 and Bonn in 2017, countries restated their understanding that success on climate change will require still greater ambition on the part of non-state actors.
Therefore, the portal's role as a tracking and reporting tool - one that recognizes existing action and attracts new commitments - was revamped in September 2018 with the aim of making the it more comprehensive and easier to use.
This is the Australian Government's Reporting Platform on the Sustainable Development Goals Indicators (SDGs). The platform is designed to provide a single point of access for anyone interested in Australian Government data on the SDG Indicators. The platform forms part of a comprehensive package of reporting on Australia's progress on the SDGs that includes Australia's 2018 Voluntary National Review and the Australian SDGs website.