We support the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and we use the Global Goals and related targets as guiding principles in our work with clients and partners from across different sectors and continents.
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) adopted in September 2015 at the 75th United Nations General Assembly have emerged as the gold standard amongst, not only governments and international organisations, but also the business community in an era of new corporate social responsibility.
International organisations, the private and public sector including academia and civil society use the 17 UN SDG goals, with 169 associated targets, to comply with global standards, create an impact for a sustainable future and adapt to the technological disruptions in the 21st century.
The 17 SDG goals range from ensuring access to energy, water, education and healthcare, to improving infrastructure and industrialisation and tackling inequality amongst communities and gender. All 17 SDGs are interconnected to create a vision for a better world by 2030 and beyond.
We have created inclusive partnerships – a central tenet of sustainable development and SDG17 – over many years and is an advocate of policy coherence, robust legislative frameworks and resource mobilization for sustainable development as defined by Agenda 2030.
Be it in providing business development or engagement opportunities for clients and partners or be it managing long-term stakeholder relations and supporting PR work, the compliance with SDG targets is a key element of our core business.
As part of our work in sustainable development we fully support the view that the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development will benefit considerably from the G20’s comparative advantage as a platform for multilateral development cooperation particularly through harnessing and promoting science, technology and innovation (STI).
We are committed and will continue to promote compliance with the 17 SDGs in our work with governments, the private sector, the civil society and other stakeholders and across different industries to ensure that UN SDG commitments are turned into concrete actions by 2030 to enable a world where peace and prosperity for our people and the planet become a central tenet for a sustainable future for us all.