Netzwerk 2030 – NGO SDG Austausch

Netzwerk 2030 - Network 2030

Background

Network 2030 was established in January 2016 for the follow up of the adoption and the national implementation of the SDGs.

Functioning

The meetings of Network 2030 are jointly facilitated and coordinated by VENRO (the umbrella organisation of development and humanitarian aid NGOs in Germany) and Forum Umwelt und Entwicklung (organisation that coordinates German NGOs in international political processes on sustainable development and environmental issues).

Additional information

It monitors the National Sustainable Development Strategy.

Membership Information

Number:  25

Sectors:

Members are exclusively umbrella organisations.

Global Justice and Development, Environment, Climate Justice, Transparency and fight against corruption, Human rights Feminist / Women rights defenders/ Gender discrimination, Refugees and migration, Youth Trade Unions, Social, Disabilities and inclusion, Others.

Main benefits for members:
Information exchange and access to lobbying opportunities. It helps to integrate SDGs into the work of the organisations.

Further Information

Contacts:

Elisabeth Staudt, FUE:
staudt@forumue.de

Marie-Luise Abshagen, FUE:
abshagen@forumue.de

VENRO

Website:
Information is shared through VENRO and FUE websites.

NGO SDG Austausch - NGO SDG Exchange

Background

The NGO SDG exchange was established in January 2016 for the follow up of the adoption and national implementation of the SDGs. It gives detailed information on various SDG processes to its participants. While Network 2030 participants are exclusively umbrella organisations, this format gathers CSOs.

Functioning

The meetings of this group are jointly facilitated and coordinated by VENRO (the umbrella organisation of development and humanitarian aid NGOs in Germany) and Forum Umwelt und Entwicklung (organisation that coordinates German NGOs in international political processes on sustainable development and environmental issues).

Additional Information

One example of its past work: The format has been strengthened by the process leading up to the SDG Summit and publication of the SDG declaration. A core group of CSOs was meeting monthly and working strategically together towards the publication. More than 137 CSOs actively participated in this process.

Membership Information

Number:  50

Sectors:
Global Justice and Development, Environment, Climate Justice, Youth, Social.

Main benefits for members:
Organisations are able to keep updated on complex implementation processes. They can also exchange information and access lobbying opportunities.

Further Information

Contacts:

Elisabeth Staudt, FUE:
staudt@forumue.de

Marie-Luise Abshagen, FUE:
abshagen@forumue.de

VENRO

Website:
Information is shared through VENRO and FUE websites.

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