Resources

Letter to First Vice-President Frans Timmermans: call on European Commission to report on SDG performance in 2019

(July 2018)

Relevant Fundamental Rights studies linked to each SDG

(June 2018)

Position on the post 2020 MFF

(Dec 17) We call for ambitious reform of the future Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) to advance a Future of Europe that Europeans can believe in. A transformational, people centered, and fully sustainable EU budget holds the key to many of the challenges facing Europe.

SDG Watch Europe – Opinion on President Juncker’s State of the Union 2017

(26 Sep 17) On Wednesday 13 of September, President Juncker delivered his State of the Union (SOTEU) 2017 address. Just like last year, his speech made no mention of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

SDG Watch Europe input to the Reflection paper on EU finances

(12 Jun 17) SDG Watch Europe input to the Reflection paper on EU finances asking for sustainability proofing the future EU budget based on a set of sustainability principles.

Survey on EU budget

(23 May 17) SDG Watch Europe surveyed a range of key EU stakeholders between January and February 2017 to see what they think about how the new EU budget cycle post 2020 can promote sustainable development more effectively than the current one. More than 300 stakeholders responded to the online survey.

SDG Watch Europe Recommendations for Council Conclusions on the EC Communication: Next Steps for Sustainable European Future

(24 Apr 17) We believe that the Council Conclusions to be adopted in June 2017 under the Maltese EU Presidency represent an important opportunity for EU member states to address the lack of European leadership and ambition shown to date regarding the implementation of the 2030 Agenda.

SDG Watch open letter to EC President Juncker

(3 Jun 16) SDG Watch Europe has written to European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker calling for him to adopt, as a matter of urgency, an overarching strategy to guide implementation of the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda.

Not fit for purpose: SDG monitoring report fails to illustrate how far the EU is from a sustainable future

(20 Nov 17) SDG Watch Europe has released its five questions commentary on Eurostat report “Sustainable Development in the European Union – Monitoring report on progress towards the SDGs in an EU context”.

Sustainable Europe for its Citizens – the 6th Scenario

(1 Sep 17) In April 2017 European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker presented a White Paper on the Future of Europe, including five possible scenarios for discussion at European and Member State levels. In response, SDG Watch Europe in collaboration with Friends of the Earth Europe has facilitated the development of an alternative ‘6th Scenario’ that has been backed by over 250 civil society organisations.

Sustainability principles for the future EU budget

(15 May 17) SDG Watch Europe endorsed a set of sustainability principles to ensure coherence in the next EU budget cycle, and also to serve the implementation of the SDGs. These sustainability principles along with the SDGs will serve the basis of the sustainability proofing methodology, which SDG Watch Europe will ask the EC, EP and MSs to apply for the next EU budget cycle.

SDG Watch Europe Position Paper on establishing a new EU Multi-Stakeholder Platform

(21 Feb 17) The EC Communication entitled “Next steps for a sustainable European future – European action for sustainability” published in November 2016 states that the Commission intends to establish a new EU Multi- Stakeholder Platform as part of its overall implementation of the 2030 Agenda.

Follow-up and review of the Sustainable Development Goals under the High Level Political Forum

Report prepared for the United Nations Development Program.

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