Catalyzing Transformational Partnerships for the SDGs: Effectiveness and Impact of the Multi-Stakeholder Initiative El día después
Partnerships are essential to delivering the transformational change demanded by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG). However, partnership working can be costly in terms of time and other resources and is complex. Given the urgency and importance of sustainable development, illustrated by the recent pandemic and social unrest around inequity, we focused on the creation of a partnership that became effective quickly and was able to deliver societal impact at scale
This guide is an effort to help universities and other educational institutions to implement “Education for the SDGs” and transform their structures in order to achieve the 2030 Agenda.
por Itziar Moreno (Agirre Lehendakaria Center), Simona Perfetti y Xosé Ramil (itdUPM)
A comprehensive analysis of cooking solutions co-benefits at household level: Healthy lives and well-being, gender and climate change
By Javier Mazorra, Eduardo Sánchez-Jacob, Candela de la Sota, Luz Fernández and Julio Lumbreras Three billion people (>40% of the world’s population) lack access to
Transformational Collaboration for the SDGs: The Alianza Shire’s Work to Provide Energy Access in Refugee Camps and Host Communities
by Jaime Moreno Serna, Teresa Sánchez Chaparro, Javier Mazorra, Ander Arzamendi, Leda Stott and Carlos Mataix (itdUPM)
Edited by Leda Stott, specialist in multi-stakeholder collaboration and Associate of the Partnership Brokers Association and itdUPM, this publication explains the growing and significant role of partnership brokering in shaping these relationships.
La Red Internacional de Campus Sostenibles -International Sustainable Campus Network- acaba de publicar el informe “Educating for Sustainability. Best Practice Report”, que recoge prácticas de referencia en sostenibilidad, entre ellas el itdUPM