SDG 17. Partnerships for the goals

Revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development.

 

In the field of FINANCE, among other issues, ensure that developed countries fully implement their official development assistance commitments. In the field of TECHNOLOGY, enhance North-South, South-South and triangular regional and international cooperation on and access to science, technology and innovation. In the field of TRADE, promote a universal, rules-based, open, non-discriminatory and equitable multilateral trading system. And, as regards the systemic issues, enhance global macroeconomic stability as well as policy coherence for sustainable development, respecting each country鈥檚 policy space and leadership.

To learn more: The Sustainable Development Goals explained by the UN

Projects of the UB Solidarity Foundation that contribute to this SDG:

 
Voluntariat UB (UB Volunteering)

Voluntariat UB (UB Volunteering)

Initiative that fosters volunteerism of the university community in Third Sector entities with the aim of promoting a university which is more solidary and committed to society. It contributes to goal 17.17, aimed at promoting effective public, public-private and civil society partnerships.

Activities that contribute to this SDG:

 
The UB Solidarity Foundation will share its knowledge in water resources management with six universities in Southeast Asia - It will be part of the Inow Asia project, whose main objective is to contribute to the postgraduate training of universities in Cambodia, Laos and…
Pre-registration is open for the XXX edition of the Master’s Degree in Globalization, Development and Cooperation - Until November 6, 2020, there is time to pre-register for this title of the University of Barcelona, which will be held from January 2021 to…
Autumn of the University of Barcelona is synonymous with solidarity - In different spaces of the university, UB Solidarity organizes activities aimed at promoting and defending human rights, democratic memory and the culture of peace. Approaching…

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