As part of Agenda 2030, the UK is reviewing its progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals. The Voluntary National Review website invites people and organisations to share information about their projects that contribute to the UK’s delivery of the Sustainable Development Goals.
The UK’s Voluntary National Review will:
- set out the UK’s contributions towards all 17 Sustainable Development Goals;
- be underpinned by data; and
- demonstrate both the UK’s domestic and international activity.
We will be submitting the Voluntary National Review to the United Nations, ahead of the High Level Political Forum in July 2019.
More information can be found in our Fact Sheet.
Tell us what you are doing
People in the UK are doing a lot. We know this. We would like you to tell us more about it. We are keen to hear about projects at the local level that are helping to deliver the Sustainable Development Goals. In the Voluntary National Review, we would like to showcase several examples of the great work being done across the country by different groups.
How do you do this
Complete the survey.
e-mail: the engagement form to firstname.lastname@example.org to inform preparations for the review. We will still seriously consider material submitted after this deadline. A final deadline will be advertised in due course. We value all contributions received and will do our best to reflect as many inputs as possible in the report.
To ensure that we fully understand how your project is delivering the Goals, we recommend that you use the full word limit in the form / questionnaire.