Global Goals Week will run from September 18 to September 26 this year, with an expanded calendar through September and into early October. Under the theme of 'A Turning Point to Recover Better for People and Planet,' it will bridge the gap between leaders and their citizens across multiple sectors on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
For a full schedule and more information on Global Goals Week, visit globalgoalsweek.org.
Momentum is rising for the largest Global Goals Week yet. More than 100 partners across civil society, business, academia and beyond, are uniting to make this a turning point to recover better for people and planet.
With Global Goals Week going virtual this year, the conversation around building partnerships, declaring action and making commitments to achieve the #GlobalGoals will be larger than ever before.
Sustainable Development to Recover Better
Global Goals Week will cultivate ideas, identify solutions, and generate meaningful partnerships to accelerate SDG progress and help the world recover better from COVID-19 by creating more inclusive and equitable societies everywhere.
Decade of Action
As we mark the fifth Anniversary of the SDGs, COVID-19 threatens to reverse decades of progress – now more than ever before, Global Goals Week represents a key opportunity to move forward in this decade of collective action to help deliver the SDGs by 2030.