SDSN Youth

In 2012, the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon launched the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) to mobilize global scientific and technological expertise to promote practical problem solving for sustainable development, including the design and implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at local, national and global scales. In 2015, the SDSN launched its official youth initiative (SDSN Youth) to empower youth globally to create sustainable development solutions. SDSN Youth educates young people about the Sustainable Development Goals and provides opportunities for them to pioneer innovative solutions to address the world's biggest challenges. With this aim, we create platforms for young people to connect, collaborate and integrate their ideas and perspectives into national and regional pathways for the implementation of the SDGs.

HQ: Room 334, School of Economics, University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City, 1101 Metro Manila // Operations Center: E&C Bldg, Roofdeck, 102 V. Luna Ave, Quezon City, 1101 Metro Manila

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What we do:

Train, Organize, Fund, Connect, Collaborate, Advocate, Recognize, Support, Mentor

Who we worked with:

Youth - Students, Youth - Disadvantaged, Schools, Corporations, Government, Social Innovators and Enterprises, Academe, Teachers, Youth - General, Professionals

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Teach for the Philippines
UNDP Youth Co:lab
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iPeople, Inc.
Ideas Positive
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Edukasyon
Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation
Teach Peace Build Peace Movement
Pamulaan Center for Indigenous People's Education
Foundation University
Kythe
Ashoka Philippines
Firetree Trust
Pathways to Higher Education
Tondo Community Initiative