SDG partnerships

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is a shared, universal call-to-action for all countries to ensure that no one is left behind. Partnership is the foundation for success; collaboration and support between the private sector, governments at all levels, and civil society are essential to understand and act on development shortfalls.

UNU is an active partner with academia, international agencies, government ministries, civil society, and the private sector. With expertise across the full range of the SDGs and active partnerships across all sectors, UNU facilitates knowledge dissemination and convenes a diverse range of development stakeholders. UNU research on sustainable development governance contributes to near-term SDG implementation and long-term policy frameworks for sustainability.

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Announcement

Next Course: “Postharvest fungal diseases in fruits: the use of sustainable biocontrol strategies”, August 2024

Apply for a scholarship to participate in the course coordinated by Dr Julian Rafael Dib at Universidad Nacional de Tucumán.

04 Mar 2024

Announcement

First 2024 Open Call for Applications: Travel Grants

Apply for UNU-BIOLAC travel grants

01 Mar 2024

Announcement

First 2024 Open Call for Applications: Research Fellowships in Biotechnology

UNU-BIOLAC is accepting applications for the 2025 (three-month) fellowships.

01 Mar 2024

Announcement

First 2024 Open Call for Applications: Coordinate a Course in Biotechnology

UNU-BIOLAC is accepting applications for the organization of training courses (2025 edition).

01 Mar 2024