EEAC Network pleased to be observer to EU multi-stakeholder platform on SDGs
The EEAC Network will act as an observer to the European Commission its high level multi-stakeholder Platform on the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals as of 10 January 2018.
the EEAC Network – as an observer– will do its utmost best to serve as a liaison between the endeavour to promote sustainable development at European level and getting civil society and the scientific community engaged in implementing the 2030 Agenda for sustainable development at national and subnational level.
The EEAC Network also aims to contribute to the vertical interlinking of stakeholders, from the European to the national and regional level. EEAC’s role as an observer provides the national and regional advisory councils for sustainable development with relevant and up-to-date information regarding sustainable development at European level. This information can be integrated in the advisory work of the national and subnational councils, ensuring that endeavours to support the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for sustainable development between European and national and regional stakeholders are better aligned.
On Behalf of the EEAC Network Arnau Queralt Bassa (EEAC Chairman, and Co-Chair of the EEAC WG on Sustainable Development red.) and Dr. Gábor Bartus (Co-Chair EEAC WG on Sustainable Development, red) will fulfill the role as observers. Both are deeply dedicated to the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.