The ‘Declaration of Cooperation on Sustainability Standards Ecosystem between the National Platforms’ seeks to enjoin cooperation among the National Platforms through fostering a closer collaboration and expanding the network to greater heights with 9 action points to consider towards achieving the 2030 SDG Agenda.
This declaration was signed by Dr. Manish Pande on behalf of Quality Council of India, Dr. Rogerio De Oliveira Correa on behalf of the Brazilian National Institute on Metrology, Quality and Technology, and Ms. Sofia Pacheco Nino de Rivera on behalf of the Ministerio de Economia Mexico, under the witness of Mr. Bonapas Onguglo on behalf of UNCTAD, Santiago Fernandez de Cordoba on behalf of UNFSS, Mr. Joseph Wozniak on behalf of ITC and Mr. Rene Van Berkel on behalf of UNIDO on the 18th of September 2018 in New Delhi. UNFSS plays a key role in spearheading the forthcoming activities.
Here’s how you can be part of the network.
UNFSS provides capacity and knowledge-gain support namely for emerging and developing countries through developing a multi-stakeholder platform for Voluntary Sustainability Standards (VSS). Visit Platform Activities to find out more about what we do on the ground.
The national initiatives are created and shared by stakeholders under each country’s designated coordinating body. They are structured in a transparent, inclusive and demand-driven manner. UNFSS is currently in the process of finalizing an ‘Action Plan’ to materialize the Convention Declaration.
Discover activities National Initiatives can partake.