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".

Linking to Goals 2, 6, 15, 17, this toolbox connects your business to the latest tools, guidance, case studies, datasets, and more most relevant to you based on your circumstances and interests.
The Corporate Water Disclosure Guidelines advances goal 6; it seeks to provide a common approach to corporate water disclosure that addresses the complexity and local nature of water resources.
Linking to Goal 6 and Goal 17, this Guide to Water-Related Collective Action offers good practice to help companies establish enduring relationships with a broad spectrum of stakeholders, leaders, and individuals to advance sustainable water management.

United Nations University, May 2018.

Contributing to SDGs 16 (Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions) and 17 (Partnerships for the Goals), this research seeks to understand if, when and how transitional justice, in combination with other conflict resolution tools, can contribute to transitions away from conflict in settings affected by major jihadist groups.
In this year’s Special Edition of the UN Global Compact-Accenture Strategy CEO Study, the world’s largest program of CEO research on sustainability, we focus our attention on goal 17, transforming partnerships for the Sustainable Development Goals. Following a decade of research into the views of business leaders worldwide, we examine the views of UN leaders. As the UN Secretary-General calls for enhanced cooperation between the United Nations and the private sector, we ask agency heads and partnership practitioners across the UN system: what will it take to scale up partnerships to bring about transformational impact on the SDGs?
Contributing to SDG 16 (Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions), this research report assesses the risks that UN sanctions now face, suggesting steps to protect their legitimacy and effectiveness.
Furthering goal 5, this report examines the aggregate results of companies using the Women's Empowerment Principles Gender Gap Analysis Tool (WEPs Tool) with the aim of providing insight into global corporate performance on gender equality and women's empowerment aligned with the WEPs. The study also demonstrates the value of using the WEPs Tool and showcases the efforts of partners and other stakeholders to drive gender equality around the world.
Furthering goals 8 and 16, this brief guide, developed as part of the Decent Work in Global Supply Chains Action Platform, offers a quick overview of the steps businesses can take to help eliminate modern slavery, while highlighting key resources, initiatives and engagement opportunities to support business action.
This report seeks to provide an in-depth review of SDG 6 and includes data on the global baseline status, the current situation and trends at global and regional levels, and what more needs to be done to achieve this goal by 2030. The report is based on the latest data available for the 11 SDG 6 global indicators selected by Member States to track progress towards the eight global targets, plus complementary data and evidence from a wide range of sources.

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