Stakeholder Forum is delighted to announce a new programme in partnership with CIVICUS and in collaboration with UN DESA and undertaken with the financial assistance of the European Union
Stakeholder Forum is an international organisation working to advance sustainable development and promote stakeholder democracy at a global level.
Stakeholder Forum plays a key role in advancing policy on sustainable development at an international level.
Our work aims to enhance open, accountable and participatory international decision-making on sustainable development.
Stakeholder Forum co-ordinates a number of activities that seek to build the capacity for global stakeholders to get the most out of intergovernmental meetings, and influence policy outcomes to reflect their agenda.
We have found that new media tools offer a new channel for communicating to new audiences, generating input from different stakeholder groups and tackling sustainable development issues from a new perspective.
The paper provides government
representatives and other
stakeholders with options
for building upon the
proposed SDGs and achieving
better balance of the three
dimensions of sustainable
development within the goals.
A new tool to help
governments and other
stakeholders to create
and choose ambitious
and effective sustainable
development goals (SDGs)
and targets, which fulfil the
commitments made by
world leaders at Rio+20.
In the year 2030, one country has translated today's better-governance efforts into a political and administrative system. The Bertelsmann Stiftung invites you on a time travel to that year. The new publication "Sustaineo 2030: Learning Sustainable Development from the Future" will bring you to the fictional country of Sustaineo.
The Nature of Stakeholder Engagement at Rio+20
This report explores the nature and impact of the Major Groups and other stakeholders in the Rio+20 process, including their influence on the outcome document. The report also provides a summary of Stakeholder Forum's engagement activities in the lead-up to and at Rio+20.