We will be hosting three events together with partners at the annual Almedalsveckan in Visby, Gotland.
In this blog post Matilda Hald contends that while civic space is increasingly restricted, it is crucial to the implementation of Agenda 2030.
Ahead of the 2017 Stockholm Forum on Peace and Development, Sigrid Gruener and Matilda Hald underscore the importance of inclusivity in building a peaceful society.
A seminar on the global trend of shrinking space for civil society and implications for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
A seminar where accomplished strategists Petra Kuenkel and Steve Wadell outlined how their transformational change theories can aid implementation of the SDGs.
At the heart of Europe’s centre for international governance, the Foundation organised a conference on the UN’s normative role in an ever more complex world.
If the UN wants to advance sustainable development and achieve the 2030 Agenda it needs to zero in on its normative work.
A seminar on the “Human Rights up Front” initiative and how the UN, Member States and civil society can improve responses to human rights violations.
A conference organised together with the Graduate Institute of Geneva seeking to generate forward-looking ideas about the UN’s normative work.
A panel discussion on how global action can contain the threat of resistance to antibiotics.