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SDG Integration: Enhancing Stakeholder Engagement
Join our four-part SDG Integration webinar series as we guide you through a roadmap to a strategic and integrated approach to the SDGs.

Action on the Sustainable Development Goals is needed now more than ever. Achieving the SDGs will take an unprecedented effort by all sectors in society, but they also represent a compelling growth strategy for business, an opportunity to build back better from the Covid-19 pandemic, and a chance to become a business leading the way on fighting inequalities, ending extreme poverty, and protecting our planet.

With 17 Goals and 169 targets that sit beneath them, effectively integrating the SDGs into your organisation and advancing the 2030 Agenda can be a daunting task.

In this four-part webinar series, the UK Network and a diverse selection of expert guest speakers will provide the insight, tools, and practical guidance for developing a strategic and integrated approach to the SDGs. Join us as we delve into:
- Understanding the Goals and Raising Ambition
- Defining Priorities and Setting Goals
- Deepening Implementation Across the Organisation
- Enhancing Stakeholder Engagement

This fourth and final webinar in the series, SDG Integration: Enhancing Stakeholder Engagement, will explore the latest guidance and best practice on how to effectively measure and magnify your impacts on the SDGs, integrate the Goals into corporate reporting processes, build partnerships, and develop trust amongst your stakeholders. Participants will leave with clear actions to enable you to collaborate better with partners and spread change in your broader ecosystem in to become a leading actor in achieving the SDGs.

Guest Speakers:
Anna Turrell, Head of Environment, Tesco
Sarah Wakefield, Head of Food Transformation, WWF
Mirième Hill, Corporate Responsibility Project Manager, RELX

May 25, 2021 11:00 AM in London

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