Whether advocating for humanitarian issues, providing support to the marginalised, holding governments to account or preserving the natural environment, Caribbean civil society organisations (CSOs) play a vital role in sustainable development in the Caribbean region. A recently launched digital platform – the Caribbean Civil Society Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Knowledge Platform, is hoping to better position civil society as a key development actor and give increased voice and visibility to contributions by CSOs in achieving the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda and 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI) is the host of the new online platform that connects people and organisations an interest in the role of Caribbean civil society in implementing the SDGs. By increasing knowledge about the SDGs in the Caribbean and strengthening national and regional networks, the platform aims to promote and enhance civil society inclusion in and contributions to development, implementation, monitoring and reporting on the SDGs. CSOs working on sustainable development issues across the region can showcase stories related to their own experiences in advocating for…
The Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI) is a regional technical non-profit organisation which has been working in the islands of the Caribbean for over 30 years. Our mission is to promote and facilitate stakeholder participation in the stewardship of natural resources in the Caribbean. Our work focuses on Biodiversity and Ecosystems, Equity, Participatory Governance and Resilience.
See here for more information on CANARI: http://www.canari.org/ Caribbean Civil Society Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Knowledge Platform https://hub.canari.org/sdg/