The SDG Action Zone, held during the High-level week of the UN General Assembly, is a space to break out and engage partners for transformative SDG action in new and innovative ways.
SDG Action Zone programme to be announced soon
The SDG Action Zone is a space inside the United Nations grounds during General Assembly week (UNGA) where different actors can engage around the UN-High level meetings and events in a meaningful and visible way.
Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) relies on dynamic partnerships and the SDG Action Zone is a new opportunity to re-shape multilateral and diverse engagement during UNGA by enabling partners to gather, share stories and lessons, and devise plans to accelerate SDG action.
Connect and build important partnerships to accelerate SDG action, inside a packed General Assembly week
Engage diverse actors in dynamic ways
Break out of silos and have meaningful conversations around the High-level events inside UN Headquarters
Sept 24 – 25
Individuals and organizations from across all sectors have been invited to share fresh, dynamic proposals that break through silos to accelerate and collaborate on SDG action.
For additional information not covered above, please consult with our FAQs.
For more information on types on engagement, criteria, and the application process, please see the Application Guidance Note.
SDG ACTION ZONE
LOCATION: UN ROSE GARDEN
DATES: SEPT 23-27
Where necessary and feasible, minimal operating costs will be recovered.
All events remain unconfirmed until they receive final approval from the SDG Action Zone
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS
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