Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) Switzerland mobilizes universities, research centers, civil society organizations, business and other knowledge centers to create and implement transformative solutions to achieve the Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals in Switzerland and beyond.

Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals in Switzerland





Media Release Establishment of the Parliamentary Group on Sustainable Development Goals 2030 (SDGs) 

In 2015, Switzerland committed to the UN Sustainable Development Goals 2030. Soon it will be half-time and our country is falling further and further behind other countries in achieving the goals. With the support of SDSN Switzerland, parliamentarians are now forming for the first time with the inclusion of all parliamentary groups on the UN Agenda 2030. DE, FR

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Newsletter September 2021

Switzerland is falling more and more behind in reaching the SDGs and we all know this is not something any institution or sector can solve on its own. By reading our newsletter, you will find out what some of the most recent approaches are to move forward and what the current news in the SDSN community are!

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IFF conference media release

At the invitation of SDSN Switzerland and several research institutes, a conference on illicit financial flows in commodity trading was held at the University of Bern. The results of two research projects were discussed with representatives from science, policy, industry and civil society, and courses of action were identified.
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SDSN Media Release Federal Council Strategy 2030

The Sustainable Development Strategy 2030 and an action plan were adopted by the Federal Council. The Federal Council is relying on voluntary action and selective measures. Is that enough? Océane Dayer, Co-President SDSN Switzerland and Carole Küng, Co-Director of SDSN Switzerland comment on the new strategy in a media statement. DE, FR