Cultural Heritage and Sustainable Development

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Considering the urgencies the world’s societies are facing today affecting the cultural and natural heritage, and the potential of heritage to help address these, the 2030 Agenda is an imperative to transform the framework of cultural heritage protection. Cultural heritage is not just monuments. It has a crucial role for the well-being of communities, which must be harnessed for sustainable urban and socio-economic development, in particular for post-COVID recovery strategies at international, national, and local levels. ICOMOS is a leading global voice in integrating cultural heritage within sustainable development. The SDGs Working Group coordinates ICOMOS response to the 2030 Agenda, through advocacy, policy, localizing of the SDGs.

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ICOMOS Webinar Series | SDGWG Webinar 3: Cultural Heritage and Environmental Resilience

SDGWG webinar3 poster Final2 ENThe ICOMOS Sustainable Development Goals Working Group (SDGWG) is pleased to announce the third webinar of the SDGWG Webinar Series which will form part of the ICOMOS Webinar Series.

We are witnessing a historic time of transition in the global community of policy-makers, governments and activists, since the United Nations adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, including 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2015, and the associated New Urban Agenda in 2016. The 2030 Agenda is an action plan of people, planet, prosperity and partnerships, to address the most pressing problems our world is facing today. 

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ICOMOS Webinar Series | SDGWG Webinar 2: Economy & Prosperity

SDGWG webinar2 posterThe ICOMOS Sustainable Development Goals Working Group (SDGWG) is pleased to announce the second webinar of the SDGWG Webinar Series which will form part of the ICOMOS Webinar Series.

We are witnessing a historic time of transition in the global community of policy-makers, governments and activists, since the United Nations adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, including 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2015, and the associated New Urban Agenda in 2016. The 2030 Agenda is an action plan of people, planet, prosperity and partnerships, to address the most pressing problems our world is facing today.

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Fighting COVID 19 and achieving SDGs by 2030! Press release in view of UN 75th GA

banner culture2030goalICOMOS is proud to announce, as a member of the Culture 2030 Goal campaign, the Press Release issued on the occasion of the United Nations General Assembly this week, which also marks the 75th anniversary of the UN. 

With leaders gathering from around the world for the United Nations General Assembly, a key focus will be on the steps that need to be taken to ensure a strong, fair response to COVID-19, and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030

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