Partnership for the Goals

Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development

Many structures still need to be improved and obstacles removed. The question of financing is at the forefront, and despite international agreements, many states have not yet made enough money available for sustainable development. Some developing countries are even in debt, and financing sustainable development is of secondary importance. Unfair trading conditions make the situation even worse.

Governments, private sectors and civil societies in all countries must work in partnership to implement the global sustainable development goals. International cooperations should finance sustainable businesses, especially in developing countries. World trade must become fair and equitable, particularly for developing countries, as it creates more relaxed market access for their exports. Additionally, the transfer of research and technology knowledge among copuntries plays an essential role in achieving the 17 global goals.