SDG is a comprehensive development agenda and should be integrated national development agenda. By having an integrated 17 objectives and 169 targets derivatives, can be interpreted that the destination SDGs are interrelated and interdependent. In addition to additional destinations global development agenda earlier, in the SDGs are also several destinations that have not been resolved fully, such as the termination of poverty in all its forms, nutritional status, maternal and child health, access to clean water and sanitation, gender equality and the empowerment of women, the availability of budget, as well as climate change and energy.
Therefore, to achieve these goals required the coordination of multi-stakeholder and active role of the community. The role of stakeholders here not only in terms of implementation, but also in terms of monitoring, given the broader SDGs targets. To that end, the implementation process is expected SDGs can be run effectively if it starts with collecting information about what will be the challenges and obstacles in the achievement of targets that can be anticipated by all parties, including the development policies of Indonesia.
Focus Group Discussion of the research:
ASSESSMENT OF POLICIES WHICH SUPPORT AND DO NOT SUPPORT THE ENGAGEMENT AND PARTICIPATION OF PHILANTHROPY IN PROMOTING THE ACHIEVEMENT OF SDGs
The Focus Group Discussion will be held on Monday, January 23, 2017, in UNIKA ATMAJAYA. Invitations are only for members and partners of the Indonesian Philanthropy Association (closed invitation).