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”.



Who owns the right to your body?

On 14 November the Swedish national days on Human Rights took place in Stockholm. Dag Hammarskjöld Foundation invited to a discussion on sexual reproductive health...


Will the world pay for its vision?

How can we finance sustainable development? The negotiations on priorities and goals for the new development agenda will lead to an important but difficult debate...


Meet the Swedish UN-family at Göteborg Book Fair

The Foundation was present at Göteborg Book Fair where we had have a stand together with UNDP Nordic, Unicef Sweden, UNA Sweden and the Dag...


The power of numbers

A panel discussion on the MDG targets and the road ahead towards defining achievable indicators for the Post-2015 agenda.


Post-2015 – Why Another Approach is Needed

– Will the new development agenda make a real difference? No, not necessarily writes Jan Vandemoortele. Only strong leadership on the part of the UN...


‘Righting’ the Development Agenda

In devising the post-2015 framework, the international community needs to move beyond narrow econometrics toward a broad rights-based agenda rooted in the human rights principles...