SDG Watch Europe had a successful first Annual General Assembly!

Coalition2030: A new national SDG Coalition in Ireland!

Last week, Dóchas took part in the official launch of Coalition2030 in the Mansion House in Dublin, Ireland. The event was attended by leading civil society and political figures, with Dóchas CEO Suzanne Keatinge and Minister for Communications, Climate Action and the Environment, Denis Naughten TD, addressing the standing room only crowd, which included people such as Martin Fraser, […]

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SDG Watch Europe Letter on proposed EU Multi-Stakeholder Platform for Sustainable Development

The recently published Commission Communication, 22 November 2016 – “Next steps for a sustainable European future contains a reference to the EU’s intention to establish a Multi-Stakeholder Platform as part of its overall implementation of the SDGs. As a broad cross-sectoral civil society alliance, SDG Watch Europe welcomes this announcement. The forum proposed, if organised appropriately, would amount to […]

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Statement on the European Commission’s Communication on European action for sustainability

SDG Watch Europe expresses its disappointment following yesterday’s publication of the European Commission’s “Communication on the next steps for a sustainable European future – European action for sustainability”.  The Communication provides little new information about how the EU intends to make Agenda 2030 a reality in Europe or around the world. It is a justification of business-as-usual, which […]

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SDG Watch Europe launch – civil society groups join forces to push for a sustainable future

Seventy-five diverse civil society organisations have today joined forces to formally launch SDG Watch Europe. This broad coalition will work to ensure that the European Union and its Member States live up to their commitments, made when signing the Agenda 2030 agreement in New York last September, to enable a sustainable future at home and […]

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