Want to see which SDG’s Hub member organisations are working on? Check out the new Community SDG Map
The SDGs, launched in 2015 as a framework to follow on from the Millenium Development Goals, and are a framework intended to help guide people, organisations, companies; and government towards a future of “peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future”. Reporting on the SDGs is underway, with the aim of having delivered them by 2030.
Aside from their use in directing policy, they are also a valuable tool in fostering valuable connections among people and organisations working towards the same goals. Therefore, it is our hope that by providing the Hub community SDG map we can catalyse those connections by providing transparency on our members and their respective initiatives.
To build upon our understanding of the existing efforts towards the SDGs in our community, we collaborated with members to identify those working towards these goals and have mapped them. Through our research we have found that there are multiple members working towards all 17 of the SDGs. Many of our members are working towards multiple SDGs, and while The Hague is seen as a host for SDG 16– working towards peace, justice and strong institutions, we are proud of the diversity of Hub members who are working on a variety of initiatives.
We are proud to present the second SDG map of our community; a snapshot into who is working on what right now. You can explore the map, download it, and utilise it as a resource. Our hope is that it will inspire you to recognize potential connections and opportunities for collaboration within our community.
If you find an organisation on the map that piques your interest, you can easily connect with them through our community page. We are here to support and facilitate any further efforts to foster collaboration, so please don’t hesitate to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if we can be of any assistance in making these connections happen!