“Beyond non-commitment” – the first Dutch SDG Spotlight

By SDG Spot Nederland (external resource) The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were signed by all United Nations member states in 2015, the Netherlands included. The Dutch government has committed itself to realise these goals, at home and abroad, by 2030, leaving nobody behind. With this first Dutch SDG Spotlight report titled “Beyond non-commitment”, we are joining […]

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The Netherlands: Toxic free fashion solutions at the Utrecht Fair Fashion Festival

BY CHANTAL VAN DEN BOSSCHE, WECF On October 5th we held a session at the Fair Fashion Festival. The festival was organized by Young & Fair, an organization that tries to influence the consumption behaviour of young people by sharing knowledge about sustainable consumption. During our session, Toxic Free Fashion Solutions, we shed light on […]

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#Act4SDGs – Netherlands – “The Netherlands in the next gear – Adopt an SDG live”

By Chantal Van den Bossche, WECF WECF and Building Change organised the event “The Netherlands in the next gear – Adopt an SDG live” on 27 September in the Koorenhuis in The Hague. The purpose was to answer “How can we bring the Netherlands into the next gear to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals?”. These […]

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