Online course: Monitoring the SDGs from the local level

The 2030 Agenda sets up a roadmap to foster inclusive and sustainable communities through the different SDGs, targets and indicators. With a large part of the targets depending on the engagement of local and regional governments (LRGs), monitoring progress in their implementation from the sub-national level is of paramount importance.

This course introduces the volunteer national review process set up by the UN to monitor progress towards the SDGs, and examines the actions that Associations of Local and Regional Governments can carry out to connect LRGs to this process and the pursuit of the Global Agenda. 

Through articles, interactive infographics and exercises, this course shows how LRGs and their associations can participate in their country’s voluntary national reviews, and the initiative of an increasing number of cities to develop their own voluntary local reviews,.


Online course: Territorial Planning for the SDGs

Within the context of the SDGs, planning is the process of establishing objectives, developing strategies, outlining provisions for implementation and assigning resources to meet these objectives. In this course,  based on the Training of Trainers Learning Module 2,...

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Online course: Introduction to Localizing the SDGs

The SDGs have been established at the global level to help create a more sustainable planet and a free, prosperous, and peaceful society. Localizing these objectives at the sub-national level is of paramount importance. In this course, based on our Training of...

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