As part of our Voluntary National Review, we would like to hear from you about what you or your organisation is doing, in partnership with others, to help the UK deliver the Sustainable Development Goals.  

The Voluntary National Review will highlight the key policies and programmes that are contributing towards the Sustainable Development Goals. We know this is not the only work that is happening and are keen to know more about what is going on across the country. In particular, we are keen to hear about projects people are doing at the local level, in communities, in the private sector, amongst young people and to help those who are most vulnerable and most at risk of being left behind.  We would like to use the Voluntary National Review to showcase some of these important pieces of work and highlight the wide range of activity going on across the UK. Please fill out this form or complete the short survey. 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.
 
When completing this, please aim to:
  • outline which Sustainable Development Goal/s and specific target/s the policy or project relates to;
  • describe how the policy or project is being delivered in partnership – we want to hear about how you have worked together;
  • outline clearly the activities being undertaken; and
  • provide detail on how the change and impact is evidenced, so far as possible, by reliable data.
100 words maximum per answer.

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* 1. Name of policy or project. We are particularly keen to hear about local and community based projects.

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* 2. Name of organisations and partners delivering the policy or project. Tell us how you have worked together.

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* 3. Which specific Sustainable Development Goal and target/s is your project is contributing to? A full list can be found here: https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/?menu=1300

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* 4. Describe your policy or project.

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* 5. Who is benefitting from your policy or project?

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* 6. What impact has your policy or project had? For example, is it social or environmental?

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* 7. What evidence do you have to demonstrate the impact and outcome of your policy or project? (Please use statistics and name data sources where possible)

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* 8. Is the focus of your project international, national or local?

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* 9. Did you use the Sustainable Development Goals to help communicate your project? Did you promote it on social media? Please send us links if so.

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* 10. Please share your contact details if we have any further questions. Information will be handled in line with the Department for International Development’s Personal Information Charter and Privacy Notice available at: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/department-for-international-development/about/personal-information-charter.

We will not be able to use all of the examples sent to us but we value all contributions. Responses submitted will not receive a bespoke written reply. 

Our personal information charter sets out the standards you can expect when the Department for International Development collect, hold, or use your personal information.

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