In December 2017 Slovenian Government adopted a Strategy for its development by 2030. Among others, it is in line with the Agenda 2030 and the implementation of the SDGs. The implementation of the Strategy is left to the line Ministries (responsible for specific areas), local authorities, as well as other stakeholders.

The Agenda 2030 is available in the national language . The Governmental office for Development led a very open process for the preparation of the National Strategy by 2030, where NGOs were invited to participate on a regional basis. SLOGA, NGDO Platform, participated at the High Level Political Forum in 2017 as part of the governmental delegation when Slovenia was presenting its Voluntary National Review.

SLOGA, the Slovenian platform for development cooperation and humanitarian aid organized an informal gathering of interested NGOs coming from different sectors (environmental, human rights, social, health, gender, etc.). This represents a national CSO coalition which communicates with the national governmental coordinator.

Not much work has been done so far to identify positive examples of implementation which are also not widely known in public. CSOs are working on this issue and are in the process of gathering the relevant stakeholders.



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