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".

This webinar explores how taxation is steadily rising on the corporate sustainability agenda and links to Goal 10 and Goal 17.
Linking to Goal 17, this report supports Asset Owners, including their Board of Trustees and Executives, in the development and formulation of their investment strategy.
This report provides an overview on how to do business with respect to children's right to be free from child labour, with the aim to improve global supply chain governance, due diligence and remediation processes to advance the progressive elimination of child labour. This report relates to Goal 8 and Goal 10.
Linking to Goal 17, this report examines how institutional investors across the world are beginning to interact with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and paint an early picture of investors’ current and future plans to engage with these Goals.
Linking to Goal 10, this webinar explains the importance of integrating human rights considerations into Mergers & Acquisitions processes and provides guidance on how companies can do so.
Linking to Goal 10 and Goal 16, this report outlines ways in which business can help uphold children’s rights and support and promote their well-being during humanitarian crises.
This report examines the real estate sector’s impact in relation to the UN Global Compact’s four focus areas of human rights, labour standards, the environment and anti-corruption, relating to Goal 9 and Goal 17.
Contributing to SDGs 16 (Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions) and 17 (Partnerships for the Goals), this policy report explores collaboration opportunities between penal policy, public health, development and human rights in preparation to discuss at the 2016 United Nations General Assembly on the World Drug Problem.
Contributing to SDG 16 (Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions), this paper provides an introduction to the challenges of effective security intervention impact assessment.
Contributing to SDGs 3 (Good health and Well-being) and 17 (Partnerships for the Goals), this concept note explores what a public health approach to global drug policy means in practice.

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