The Sustainable Development Goals A Global Vision for Local Action Peter Wollaert UNITAR Fellow Managing Director CIFAL Flanders

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1 The Sustainable Development Goals A Global Vision for Local Action Peter Wollaert UNITAR Fellow Managing Director CIFAL Flanders UN City Hall Talk #2 Mechelen, Een samenwerking tussen stad Mechelen en CIFAL Flanders, met steun van de Nationale Loterij.

2 CIFAL-FLANDERS.ORG UNITAR.ORG

3 CIFAL FLANDERS UNITAR UN Training & Competence Centre launched in October 201 and located in Antwerp Promote peace & human rights and the declarations, principles and guidelines of the United Nations, in particular the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Organise trainings, e-learnings, lectures and public events: Action Learning for Smart Sustainability Empower Leaders in Society: politicians & government officials, academia, trade unions, ngos & civil society and businesses

4 CIFAL GLOBAL NETWORK: HQ GENEVA & 1 REGIONAL HUBS

5 CIFAL GLOBAL NETWORK: BUILDING LOCAL CAPACITY FOR AGENDA 2030

6 1948: UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS

7 DECEMBER 201: 21st CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES (COP) TO THE UN FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE (FCCC)

8 OCTOBER 2016: UN HABITAT III, THE NEW URBAN AGENDA

9 ACTION LEARNING DAYS

10 SEMINARS & WORKSHOPS

11 IN-COMPANY TRAININGS

12 GUEST LECTURES

13 E-LEARNING COURSES

14 SDG ACTION LEARNING IN INDIA

15 UN TALKS: PUBLIC LECTURES WITH UN KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

16 : UN CITY HALL TALK #1 ANTWERP

17 INTRODUCTION ON AGENDA 2030 & SDGs

18 START TO SDG IN YOUR PERSONAL & PROFESSIONAL LIFE

19 START TO SDG IN THE CITY OF MECHELEN

20 EXERCISE Persoonlijke prioriteiten Gemeenschappelijke prioriteiten

21 EXERCISE Persoonlijke prioriteiten Gemeenschappelijke prioriteiten

22 STARTING POINT 1. UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 3. Corporate Social Responsibility Intrapreneurship - Social Business - Social Economy - Future Proof Business Models 2. Smart & Sustainable Cities

23 START TO SDG IN BUSINESS SECTORS

24 START TO SDG IN COMPANIES

25 2011: UN PROTECT, RESPECT AND REMEDY FRAMEWORK (UNGP) UN Special Representative John Ruggie proposed a framework on business & human rights to the UN Human Rights Council in June 2008, resting on three pillars: 1. the state duty to protect against human rights abuses by third parties, including business; 2. the corporate responsibility to respect human rights; and 3. greater access by victims to effective remedy, both judicial and non-judicial.

26 GLOCALISATION: THE LOCAL IS THE ONLY UNIVERSAL

27 UN STUDY: BY 200, 70% OF THE WORLD S POPULATION WILL BE URBAN

28 1987

29 SHANGHAI 2012

30 POPULATION GROWTH FLEMISH CITIES

31 SMART CITY CONCEPT

32 SEPTEMBER 201: UN APPROVES SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

33 OFFICIAL LOGO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

34 1986: Gro Harlem BRUNDTLAND (Norway) SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

35 1962: Rachel CARSON (USA) SILENT SPRING

36 1972: CLUB OF ROME THE LIMITS TO GROWTH

37 201: DEGROWTH (2016, ONTGROEI )

38 1992: EARTH SUMMIT IN RIO DE JANEIRO (BRAZIL)

39 1997: John ELKINGTON (UK) TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE

40 : 8 MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS

41 MDGs ( ) versus SDGs ( )

42 THEN Two parallel processes NOW One holistic 2030 agenda MDG TRACK Strong focus on social dimension Completing the unfinished business of the MDGs and leaving no one behind SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT TRACK Focus on environmental sustainability Revisiting sustainable development with an integrated and balanced view of all key dimensions

43 PREAMBLE AGENDA 2030: Ps OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

44 WAYNE VISSER: THE Ps OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (201)

45 MDGs ( ) versus POST-201 AGENDA ( )

46 PEACE

47 PEOPLE: NO POVERTY & ZERO HUNGER

48 PEOPLE: HEALTH, EDUCATION & GENDER EQUALITY

49 PROSPERITY (PROFIT)

50 PLANET

51 PARTNERSHIP

52 P S & 17 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

53 SDG SYNERGIES: 17 GOALS, 169 TARGETS & 229 INDICATORS

54 MEANS OF IMPLEMENTATION (MoIs): ASSETS Finance Technology Capacity-Building Trade Systemic issues

55 17 SDGs: OFFICIAL DUTCH TRANSLATION

56 EXERCISE Persoonlijke prioriteiten Gemeenschappelijke prioriteiten

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62 EXERCISE: START TO SDG IN YOUR PERSONAL & PROFESSIONAL LIFE

63 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SOLUTIONS NETWORK (SDSN)

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66 EXERCISE: START TO SDG IN THE CITY OF MECHELEN

67 AGENDA 2030 & SDGs: INTEGRATED, INDIVISIBLE & UNIVERSAL

68 SDGs: OPERATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS AGENDA Human Rights & SDGs Agenda 2030 covers issues related to all Human Rights 16 of the 169 targets are inextricably linked with humen rights instruments

69 QUICK SCAN: INDICATORS FOR THE 17 GOALS

70 SDGs: ARE THE RICH COUNTRIES READY?

71 IMPLEMENTATION: QUICK SCAN LOCALISING THE AGENDA 2030

72 FIRST SDG INDEX OF 34 OECD COUNTRIES: BELGIUM AT AT PLACE 8

73 The 2030 agenda is also a major shift from multiple fragmented parallel processes to one comprehensive agenda for people, planet and prosperity that seeks to strengthen universal peace in larger freedom. It will be implemented by all countries and all stakeholders, acting in collaborative partnership. It promotes an integrated vision of Ps, taking a more holistic approach.

74 SDG GLOBAL WEBSITES TOP

75 INVITATION: FLANDERS SDG FORUM WIJ-DE WERELD IN GHENT

76 COMMITTED TO THE GLOBAL GOALS? WHAT WILL BE YOUR LEGACY?

77 CIFAL FLANDERS ONLINE

78 LOOKING FORWARD TO YOUR FEEDBACK! CIFAL Flanders UNITAR Grote Markt 1, 2000 Antwerpen, Belgium Contact person: Peter Wollaert, UNITAR Fellow Managing Director