#Act4SDGs – Italy: Mobilizations across Italy, Agenda 2030 monitoring report & video on the SDGs

For the 3rd anniversary of the 2030 Agenda on 25 September 2018, the Italian Alliance for Sustainable Development (ASviS) has put together a video on the mobilization of many people and organizations for the #ACT4SDGs campaign.

In addition, Asvis have put together a fantastic video on all 17 SDGs.

You can also read GCAP Italia’s comprehensive Agenda 2030 monitoring report – Sustainable development: for whom? A critical vision for coherence of Italian and European policies. The report focuses on the analysis of certain topics and cases in which the connections between the SDGs are evident: the interdependencies between the local and global spheres, between the internal and external dimension, seeking to apply a systematic interpretation and identifying dilemmas and contradictions that limit the pursuit of sustainable development. On the basis of this analysis they have put forward proposals for the Italian government and Europe, and more generally to give civil society a stronger role not only in the “implementation of the 2030 Agenda” but also in its interpretation and development in a transformational sense.

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