Parliamentarians for the Global Goals

Convening and connecting parliamentarians in a global network of Global Goals pioneers to increase political awareness and leadership on the 2030 Agenda and support national efforts to build cross-party collaboration on implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals.

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All parliamentarians who are elected members of officially recognised local, national or regional parliaments can join as members of PfGG.

Parliamentarians for the Global Goals

PfGG convenes and connects parliamentarians in a global network of ‘Parliamentarians for the Global Goals’. We identify, support and organize SDG pioneers in parliaments all over the world and act as a convener of national parliamentary groups/committees and individual parliamentarians with the purpose of:

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Strengthening peer-to-peer learning and sharing of best practices on parliamentary work on the 2030-agenda

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Increasing awareness among parliamentarians about the 2030-agenda

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Supporting national and regional all-party parliamentary groups

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Sharing and supporting policy

and campaign initiatives to

accelerate action

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Convening the SDG Chairs Forum for Chairs of all-party parliamentary groups/caucus

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Providing access to knowledge and tools to ensure holistic and systematic integration of the SDGs

WE ARE A GLOBAL NETWORK

Our PfGG network spans more than 46 countries (in blue) spread across five continents. We strive to include all countries in our network to maximise the global efforts on SDG implementation. If your parliament is yet to be involved in the PfGG network, then join us and we will help you take action on the SDGs.

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OUR RESOURCES

Find our tools and examples to support your work in implementing the 2030 agenda:

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CONTACT US

PfGG Secretariat
info@pfgg.org

Kirsten Brosbøl - CEO & Founder kb@2030beyond.org​
+45 2985 1412

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