Partner content

"Partner content" in the context of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) usually refers to various materials, resources, and contributions made by partners, such as businesses, non-profit organizations, or governmental bodies, which support the achievement of the SDGs. These partners work closely with the United Nations and other international organizations to create content that supports the sustainable development agenda. This could include research reports, educational materials, promotional campaigns, events, or other types of content that promote awareness and action towards the SDGs.

Such partner content plays a critical role in the implementation of the SDGs by spreading awareness, informing policy decisions, encouraging sustainable practices, and promoting collaboration. For instance, a business may produce a sustainability report showing its progress towards the SDGs, which can then be used as a model for other businesses. A non-profit organization might create educational materials that help schools integrate the SDGs into their curriculum. A government body might organize an event to encourage stakeholders to take actions aligned with the SDGs.

The creation and distribution of partner content can support SDG 17, "Partnerships for the Goals", by encouraging cooperation and shared learning between different organizations and sectors. This helps to pool resources, share knowledge, and align efforts towards achieving the SDGs.

Moreover, partner content can contribute directly to specific SDGs based on the nature of the content. For example, a campaign promoting renewable energy could contribute to SDG 7, "Affordable and Clean Energy", while a report on sustainable agriculture practices could support SDG 2, "Zero Hunger".

Advancing goals 8 and 9, this webinar explores how technology can advance decent work in global supply chains, with a specific focus on the potential of blockchains.
To advance goal 12 and 13, this report provides guidance on the “ambition loop” — a positive feedback loop in which bold Government policies and private sector leadership reinforce each other, and together, take climate action to the next level.
Advancing goal 17, this report seeks to inspire and guide companies, governments, cities and others involved in the implementation of Agenda 2030 to tap into the private capital markets and benefit from cheaper and more reliable capital to support the implementation of their SDG strategies. It introduces a roadmap for mainstream SDG bonds and corporate SDG finance to tap into the largest assets classes and respond to the specific financing challenges in emerging markets.
To advance goals 8 and 16, this report provides a list of concrete actions that different stakeholder groups — including business, the investor community, Governments, the UN and civil society — can take to scale up business action and investment in high-risk areas. It also provides an overview of eight multi-stakeholder initiatives that support stakeholders in scaling up these actions.
Contributing to SDGs 8 and 16, the Interactive Map for Business of Anti-Human Trafficking Organisations includes information on the organisations that work with the business sector to combat modern slavery.
To advance goal 5, this report seeks to bridge the gap in the conversation around gender equality by demonstrating that when more women are in corporate decision-making positions, their companies benefit - as do society and the environment.
To advance goal 16, this report helps businesses to learn more about the UN Global Compact Collection Action Project in partnership with five Global Compact Local Networks in Brazil, Japan, Kenya, Nigeria and Egypt. This, in turn, will enable them to improve anti-corruption practices within their individual organisations and to engage other businesses, Governments and civil society in anti-corruption Collective Action.
This solution-focused report — the fourth in its series — offers 10 new markets which could help get the Global Goals back on track, such as blockchain-based land rights for Goal 10 and energy-efficient cooling for Goal 13. The report aims to demonstrate how global sustainability challenges and risks can be seen as opportunities.
This report celebrates the 70th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and builds upon the UN Global Compact Progress Report. With a particular focus on SDG 8, it highlights initiatives by Global Compact Local Networks around the world, presents snapshots of good practice from companies participating in the UN Global Compact and showcases initiatives that are advancing the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights.
Focussing on SDGs 16 (Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions) and 17 (Partnerships for the Goals), this piece explores conflict prevention and the role of Resident Coordinators in fragile and conflict- affected countries without peace operations.

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