SDG Philanthropy Platform: Contribuimos a que la filantropía
se comprometa con la agenda para el desarrollo mundial

The Conrad N. Hilton Foundation

What's New

Join Rockefeller Philanthropy for a discussion on Postsecondary Success, Debt, and Philanthropy’s Role

20-6-2017 to 20-6-2017 Greenough Hub, NYC

As higher education struggles with increasing costs and decreasing public funding, many students are left with unsustainable amounts of debt.

Join RPA, the TIAA Institute and leaders in education and philanthropy for a conversation on new models and approaches to ensure that students have the support they need to complete their degrees and pay for their education.

Speakers will include:

  • Sandy Baum, Higher Education Economist and Senior Fellow, the Urban Institute
  • Rick CaleroPresident and CEO, TIAA-FSB; Aspen Finance Leaders Fellow 
  • Daniel Greenstein, Director of Postsecondary Success, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
  • Gail Mellow, President, LaGuardia Community College
  • Zakiya Smith, Strategy Director for Finance and Federal Policy, Lumina Foundation 
  • Amy Holmes, Senior Philanthropic Advisor and Manager, Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors (moderator)  

With welcoming remarks from Stephanie Bell-RoseSenior Managing Director and Head, TIAA Institute, and Melissa Berman, President and CEO, Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors.

Tuesday, June 20
8:30am – 9:00 | Breakfast
9:00am – 12:00pm | Program
12:00pm – 1:00pm | Networking lunch

730 Third Avenue
Greenough Hub, 27th Floor
New York, NY

RSVP to events@rockpa.org by June 9.

Filantropi Indonesia: Capacity Building and SDGs

15-5-2017

Updates on Filatropi Indonesia's work around capacity building for philanthropy organizations and our role in the implementation of the SDGs in Indonesia.  

Webinar on Foundation Center's Data Strategy and Capacity Building Work

10-5-2017 to 10-5-2017

All SDGPP Pilot Countries and implementing partners joined a webinar on Foundation Center's global work on their data strategy and capacity building program. The webinar, titled ‘Developing a Data Strategy for Philanthropy and Building the Capacity to Implement it' – the role of Foundation Center with the SDG Philanthropy Platform’ took place on May 10, 2017, and was hosted by the SDG Philanthropy Platform.

Lauren Bradford, Director of Global Partnerships at Foundation Center was the key speaker. Other speakers included Arif Ekram, Manager of Global Partnerships at Foundation Center, Catherine Mwendwa, Program Officer at East African Association of Grantmakers (EAAG), and Arif Neky, Country Coordinator of SDGPP in Kenya. The speakers talked about the role and work of the Foundation Center in developing data strategies for philanthropy and building the capacity to implement it, and discuss how data strategy and capacity can be raised in, and connected with other sectors and in the UN system more broadly. There was also a discussion on the practical steps of collaboration between Foundation Center and the SDG Philanthropy Platform pilot countries and implementing partners, in delivering this work in a country.

The webinar was recorded and can be found here.

Reporting on the SDGs: what do investors need to know?

30-5-2017 to 30-5-2017 London; Online

This webinar will explore how companies can demonstrate to investors their commitments to the UN Sustainable Development Goals - and highlight what investors need to know.

The expert panel will give their perspective on this topical issue and take questions from the audience. Hear from:

Heike Reichelt, Head of Investor Relations and New Products, The World Bank

Martina Macpherson, Head of Sustainability Indices, S&P Dow Jones Indices

Nando van Kleeff, Senior Advisor Responsible Investment & Governance, MN

Geoffrey Burger, Owner & Portfolio Manager, Culture Capital

Ariel Meyerstein, Senior VP Corporate Sustainability, Citi

(Moderator) Carolien Gadella van-Wersch, Director Business Development, eRevalue

Join this interesting conversation online. 3PM London time.

  • Zambia

    País piloto

    Zambia is a landlocked country in Southern Africa, with an estimated population of 15.7 million. Much of the population lives in rural areas, but the country is rapidly urbanizing.

    Más información

    UN, Zambia

  • Indonesia

    País piloto

    Indonesia is an archipelago state comprised of thousands of islands with an HDI ranking of 108 out of 187 countries. Its estimated population of 252 million makes it the world’s 4th most populous country, yet many people live below the extreme poverty line.

    Más información

    Levi Morsy

  • Colombia

    País piloto

    Colombia is a country in South America, with an HDI ranking of 98 out of 187 countries. The main obstacle to human development in the country is an asymmetric armed conflict that has been occurring since 1960.

    Más información

    UNDP Colombia

  • Ghana

    País piloto

    Located in West Africa, Ghana is the ninth largest economy in Africa. While it ranks 138 out of 187 countries in the HDI, over the last decade Ghana has grown economically, and also made progress on good governance, youth and gender empowerment.

    Más información

    UNDP Ghana

  • Kenya

    País piloto

    Kenya is a country in East Africa with a largely rural population of about 45 million. The country is mainly agricultural, with other economic activities revolving around tourism, services, transport, communication, mining and oil.

    Más información

    UNDP Kenya

Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible (ODS)

How Does Your Work Align with the SDGs?

Use our new tool, the SDG Indicator Wizard, to determine which Sustainable Development Goals and Targets relate to your work, and which indicators you can track in conjunction with your own indicators to measure your work’s impact.

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Dominik Lange

Who Are We?

The SDG Philanthropy Platform informs and catalyzes collaboration through building awareness and connections between those working in the philanthropy sector and beyond. We share a belief that the ambitious Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are an important and effective new roadmap to a better world for all. We have brought together hundreds of foundations and philanthropists across many countries to create new partnerships to increase funding and create programs that will have greater, and more sustainable, impact on people’s lives. The SDGs weave together social, economic, and environmental challenges and solutions, and their creation and endorsement by all the world’s governments represents the efforts and voices of millions of people globally.

Launched by the United Nations Development Program, Foundation Center, and Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors in 2014, our Platform’s partnerships illustrate the dedication of foundations and philanthropists from North and South America to Asia and from Europe to Africa. Explore our website and learn how you can join our effort to create the world we all hope to see.

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