Sustainable Development Goal 11

VOLUNTARY NATIONAL REVIEW

Australia will deliver its first Voluntary National Review on the 2030 Agenda at the United Nations High Level Political Forum in July 2018.

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is made up of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals and provides a roadmap for global development efforts.

Australia’s Voluntary National Review is being coordinated across the Australian Government by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. It will provide an opportunity for Australia to showcase the work we are doing to give effect to the 2030 Agenda, both domestically and internationally.

The Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet is leading the development of a chapter for Australia’s Voluntary National Review on progress towards Sustainable Development Goal 11 (Sustainable Cities and Communities).


GOAL 11: SUSTAINABLE CITIES AND COMMUNITIES

Goal 11 seeks to make cities more inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable. Goal 11 is underpinned by detailed targets and indicators.

The Australian Government is already making a significant contribution toward achievement of Goal 11 through key domestic initiatives such as the Smart Cities Plan, City Deals, the Smart Cities and Suburbs Program and the National Cities Performance Framework.


CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS 2030 AGENDA GOAL 11: CITIES

The Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet is seeking input from all interested parties (states and territories, the private sector, the community and research organisations) on programs and projects related to Goal 11. This information will help us take stock of progress in implementing Goal 11 and support development of the Voluntary National Review.

The 2030 Agenda is not just a government agenda and making progress will require action from a broad range of stakeholders and partnerships between these stakeholders. For this reason, we are particularly interested in input that demonstrates cooperation between different sectors of society, for example, governments and the private sector or community groups.

In preparing a submission we ask that you keep Goal 11 in mind but there is no need to align with specific targets. We ask that all input is limited to no more than a couple of pages. If your input relates to multiple initiatives we ask that you focus on describing the overarching objectives/ themes and outcomes from the broader program of work and provide links to more information on specific projects. Don’t forget to include a contact point in your submission so we can follow-up for more project specific information if required.

You can provide input through our submission document by 8 December 2017. Please send your submission to cities@pmc.gov.au.

VOLUNTARY NATIONAL REVIEW

Australia will deliver its first Voluntary National Review on the 2030 Agenda at the United Nations High Level Political Forum in July 2018.

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is made up of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals and provides a roadmap for global development efforts.

Australia’s Voluntary National Review is being coordinated across the Australian Government by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. It will provide an opportunity for Australia to showcase the work we are doing to give effect to the 2030 Agenda, both domestically and internationally.

The Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet is leading the development of a chapter for Australia’s Voluntary National Review on progress towards Sustainable Development Goal 11 (Sustainable Cities and Communities).


GOAL 11: SUSTAINABLE CITIES AND COMMUNITIES

Goal 11 seeks to make cities more inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable. Goal 11 is underpinned by detailed targets and indicators.

The Australian Government is already making a significant contribution toward achievement of Goal 11 through key domestic initiatives such as the Smart Cities Plan, City Deals, the Smart Cities and Suburbs Program and the National Cities Performance Framework.


CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS 2030 AGENDA GOAL 11: CITIES

The Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet is seeking input from all interested parties (states and territories, the private sector, the community and research organisations) on programs and projects related to Goal 11. This information will help us take stock of progress in implementing Goal 11 and support development of the Voluntary National Review.

The 2030 Agenda is not just a government agenda and making progress will require action from a broad range of stakeholders and partnerships between these stakeholders. For this reason, we are particularly interested in input that demonstrates cooperation between different sectors of society, for example, governments and the private sector or community groups.

In preparing a submission we ask that you keep Goal 11 in mind but there is no need to align with specific targets. We ask that all input is limited to no more than a couple of pages. If your input relates to multiple initiatives we ask that you focus on describing the overarching objectives/ themes and outcomes from the broader program of work and provide links to more information on specific projects. Don’t forget to include a contact point in your submission so we can follow-up for more project specific information if required.

You can provide input through our submission document by 8 December 2017. Please send your submission to cities@pmc.gov.au.