The UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), adopted in 2015, provide an international framework to move by 2030 toward more equitable, peaceful, resilient, and prosperous societies—while living within sustainable planetary boundaries.
According to the Sustainable Development Goals Report 2020 published by the UN, the current experience with the Covid-19 crisis has produced a regressive impact on the SDGs. The report warms that Covid-19 crisis threatens to reverse progress made worldwide on SDGs.
This training session aims at supporting the trade union movement in implementing Sustainable Development Goals in time of recovery.
More precisely, it aims is threefold
- To explain why SDG's are central in the trade union agenda
- To share experience and obstacles showing how trade unions contribute to the achievement of the SGD's
- To strengthen the trade union action on SDGs
At the end of this training, session participants will be able to:
- select the best experiences showing how trade unions contribute to the achievement of the SGD's
- implement SDGs in their trade union activities.
- TU officers and representatives in the environment, energy, climate change, sustainability, and health sector
- TU representatives at a company and sectoral level dealing with environmental and greening policies