Quotation Mulholland, Eric Thomas. 2018. Cooperation between Stakeholders and Policymakers in the Implementation of the SDGs: Overview of activities and practices in Europe. Vienna:Institute for Managing Sustainability.


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The topic of this European Sustainable Development Network (ESDN) Quarterly Report is cooperation between stakeholders and policymakers in the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It provides an overview of cooperation mechanisms and practices in Europe and looks at the EU, the national level, and at stakeholder activities. This topic is also related to the theme of the ESDN Conference 2018, which focused on stakeholder-policy cooperation in the age of the SDGs. The findings from the Annual Conference, which brought together 120 stakeholders and policymakers from 27 countries for 1.5 days of exchange and learning, can be found in the conclusions section of this Report. However, before addressing cooperation between stakeholders and policymakers in the implementation of the SDGs and whether the SDGs have changed the nature of cooperation, a look into past experiences of cooperation between stakeholders and policymakers with respect to sustainable development is needed to form a basis of measure for how the SDGs have potentially changed this cooperation overall.

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  • Sustainable Development
  • 2030 Agenda
  • SDGs
  • Stakeholder cooperation

Publication's profile

Status of publication Published
Affiliation WU
Type of publication Research report, expert opinion
Language English
Title Cooperation between Stakeholders and Policymakers in the Implementation of the SDGs: Overview of activities and practices in Europe
Location Vienna
Academic institution Institute for Managing Sustainability
Year 2018
URL https://www.esdn.eu/fileadmin/ESDN_Reports/ESDN_Quarterly_Report_50_final.pdf

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European Sustainable Development Network (ESDN)
People
Mulholland, Eric Thomas (Details)
Organization
Institute for Managing Sustainability IN (Details)
Research areas (Ă–STAT Classification 'Statistik Austria')
2959 Sustainable development, sustainable economics (Details)
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