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A look at the history of the ESDN reveals that annual conferences have played a prominent role in facilitating networking between European SD practitioners and policy advisors. This section of the website provides a one-stop-shop documentation of all ESDN Conferences so far. Please click on one of the conferences for more details:
ESDN Conference 2015, “Implementation of the Post-2015 Agenda at the EU and national level: Designing effective governance architectures and strategic frameworks”, Luxembourg, 8-9 October 2015
It is our pleasure to inform you that the ESDN Conference 2015 will take place in Luxembourg on 8-9 October 2015, organized in cooperation with the incoming Luxembourgish EU Presidency. The conference is entitled, “Implementation of the Post-2015 Agenda at the EU and national level: Designing effective governance architectures and strategic frameworks”.
The United Nations is currently in the process of defining a Post-2015 Agenda that will be launched at a summit in September 2015. There have been numerous inputs to the agenda, notably a set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The main aim of the ESDN Conference 2015 is to discuss how the Post-2015 Agenda and SDGs will be taken up and implemented at the EU and national level in Europe, which governance architecture and strategic frameworks need to be set up, and how the different stakeholder groups will be involved in the implementation process.
More information about the conference topic and a Draft Conference Program will be distributed soon.
Rome 2014: A renewed policy framework for sustainable development - The international SD agenda and its impact on Europe
Vienna 2013: Vienna+10: National Sustainable Development Strategies in Europe – Taking stock, new developments and future challenges
Copenhagen 2012: Rio+20 and its implications for Sustainable Development Policy at the EU and national level
Szentendre 2011: Framing and Focussing: European Resource Policies in the Context of Sustainable Development
The Hague 2002: National Strategies for Sustainable Development: “Facts, Faces and Future Challenges”