Bringing SDGs to the forefront in Italy and beyond

By ASviS

ASviS and the Italian Ministry of Education renewed a Memorandum of Understanding in July to promote sustainable development in the education system.

The ASviS research area has published an article titled The territorialisation of the 2030 Agenda: a multilevel approach” in the academic journal “Asa 2022 Data-Driven decision making”, published by Firenze University Press in July.

Enrico Giovannini, ASviS Scientific Director, will attend the second SDG Summit in New York on 18-19 September, to represent Italian civil society at this crucial event, in particular with an online event on the Alliance channels on the 19th.

In conjunction with its stakeholders, ASVIS plans a number of activities to mark ‘Global Week’,, the UN’s worldwide mobilization to inspire and connect change-makers from September 15-25.On 19 October, ASviS will present its 2023 Sustainable Development Report in Rome and online. Analysis and recommendations on Italy’s progress toward the 17 Sustainable Development Goals are included in the document, which will also be available in English soon.

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