Quiénes somos

Nuestra plataforma agrupa a más de 3.000 organizaciones y activistas de 165 países (más del 80% en el Sur Global) que trabajan para garantizar que se cumpla la agenda de transformación que necesitamos.

Nos reunimos por primera vez en abril de 2016 para alzar nuestras voces con el fin de asegurar que los principios de la Agenda 2030 guíen los modelos de desarrollo. Nuestro objetivo es conseguir un mundo más justo y sostenible en el que nadie se quede atrás y un modelo de desarrollo económico que no respete los recursos finitos de la tierra.

Para más información, puede leer nuestra Declaración de Principios.

Nuestras prioridades están guiadas por un Grupo de Facilitación electo que establece el Plan Estratégico. El plan es ejecutado por el Equipo de Coordinación, que trabaja estrechamente con miembros de la red como los socios nacionales y activistas locales..

Facilitation Group

The Facilitation Group provides an advisory role to Action for Sustainable Development. It consists of up to 25 members representing different world regions, thematic constituencies and key global civil society networks.

The Facilitation Group ensures programs and strategies stay on track, it advises the Coordination Team and Working Groups on their priorities and engagement strategies, and it identifies linkages and potential conflicts in order to help ensure coherence.

The group is elected on a two year term. Elections were held in December 2018 for the 2018-2020 cycle. There are 2 representatives for each of the following regions: Africa, Asia, Pacific, Europe, Middle East & North Africa, South America, North America; one representative for each of the following thematic constituencies: youth, older persons, women, indigenous people, persons with disabilities and rural environmental groups; and one representative for each of the following global networks: CIVICUS, Climate Action Network (CAN) International, Forus and GCAP.  

Coordination Team

The Coordination Team leads the delivery of the activities of the platform. Currently there is a Global Coordinator and 5 part-time Regional Coordinators, as well as continued support from the core global networks- CAN, CIVICUS, Forus & GCAP.

The regional networks who host the Regional Coordinators are:

  • Africa CSO Working Group on Sustainable Development (AWG)
  • Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND)
  • Asia Civil Society Partnership for Sustainable Development (APSD)
  • Mesa de Articulación (Latin America and Caribbean)
  • Pacific Islands Association of Non-governmental Organisations (PIANGO)
  • SDG Watch Europe (Europe)- Not funded
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Working Groups

In order to deliver on the promise of a more just and sustainable world, A4SD is focused on the following 4 activity streams:

Policy & Advocacy

Civil society groups from every region of the world are supported to influence policy decisions on sustainable development and carry out advocacy at national, regional and global levels

Public Mobilisation

Collective action to include at least 1 million active citizens takes place on an annual basis to maintain the public spotlight on this shared agenda

Monitoring & Accountability

Civil society organisations are able to contribute to and provide oversight of government reporting on progress on the SDGs and Paris Climate Agreement, as well as deliver their own independent reporting

Innovative Solutions & Capacity Development

Good practice in innovation on ways that civil society and active citizens can deliver the agenda from the national to the global level will be shared via an online interactive map, and support provided to civil society partners through regular workshops and webinars.

FOUNDING GLOBAL NETWORKS

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CIVICUS
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Volunteers

This platform would not be possible without the ambition, dedication and good will of the volunteers that donate their expertise and energy to the project, from translators to those who provide programmatic and technical support.