Development and promotion of the Human Security Business Partnership Framework towards the achievement of the SDGs

Duration: December 2017 – May 2021
Budget: US$373,308 (UNTFHS: $315,026; Pooled Funding: $58,282)
Implementing Agencies: UNIDO and the London School of Economics

The aim of the programme is to develop the Human Security Business Partnership (HSBP) Framework to enhance private sector engagement, particularly multinational corporations, towards the realization of the SDGs in partnership with the UN system, governments, civil society and local communities. Building on more than a decade of multi-stakeholder partnerships by the UN Trust Fund for Human Security, the HSBP Framework will be a framework for action to advance sustainable development, peace and prosperity, particularly at the local level. It will be implemented in Colombia as well as other countries with the aim to build resilient societies, enhance social cohesion and mitigate vulnerabilities towards achieving the 2030 Agenda.


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