Agenda 2030

In September 2015, Agenda 2030 with its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) was adopted by world leaders at the UN Sustainable Development Summit. For the first time in history the world has agreed on a universal and integrated plan of action aimed at ending poverty and building a life of dignity for all, while protecting the planet.

Although historic, the agreement and the establishment of this agenda means little unless proper attention and resources are geared towards its implementation. Through a series of seminars, in cooperation with UNDP Sweden, we explore the opportunities and challenges arising in the execution of Agenda 2030. The initiative builds on years of engagement in the development of the SDGs, through the series “After 2015 – The road towards the next global development agenda”.



Transforming data to build better lives

Together with Data Act Lab, the Foundation is developing a cutting-edge data platform that enables countries to provide insight and transparency around Agenda 2030 implementation.


International Training on Dialogue and Mediation

This training provides practitioners, policymakers and researchers with a unique opportunity to explore the use of dialogue and mediation in building and sustaining peace.


State of human rights in 2017

In this seminar, speakers discussed the main human right challenges and trends of 2017, starting with Human Rights Watch’s newly released World Report 2018.


Let youth decide: Promoting youth inclusion through international agendas

In this seminar, speakers discussed how to enable young people’s political engagement and access to decision making.


Getting in shape: Reforming the UN to make it fit for the 2030 Agenda

In this seminar, speakers who follow the ongoing UN reform process discussed what is at stake, the key issues and controversies, and possible outcomes.


Open the books!

Why we need to open budgets and doors to budgetary engagement to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.