Examples of good practice in localizing sustainable development goals and the importance of their inclusion in local policies
The third and last workshop on public policies, principles and goals of sustainable development and their implementation at the local level was held online on November 11, 2020. The workshop presented several inspiring examples of good practice in localizing sustainable development goals, followed by a panel discussion on the importance and ways of localizing goals and how to include them in local policies. The event was moderated by Lidija Pavić-Rogošić from ODRAZ.
Sanela Mikulčić from the Energy Cooperative Klik from Križevci presented the energy transition of Križevci towards a climate-neutral city. Aleksandra Milković from the Association of Persons with Disabilities of Sisak-Moslavina County presented two excellent examples of cooperation with the cities of Petrinja and Sisak – Inclusive Farm as a pilot project in Croatia for the Center for Residence and Independent Living of Persons with Disabilities and Miracle Room which is the first room for sensory therapy integration for children and young people with disabilities.
Ranko Milić from the Cluster for Eco-Social-Entrepreneurship and Development CEDRA Split presented eco-social entrepreneurship and innovations for sustainable and regenerative local development. In the second part, a panel discussion was held on the importance and ways of localizing sustainable development goals and how to include them in local policies. Prior to the discussion, Toni Jerković from the City of Split presented the draft of the Split Local Plan for the Implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
* We conducted the workshop in cooperation with the City of Split within the project “Creating Fair Cities” – integration of the 2030 Agenda, which aims to develop goals and activities related to the UN Agenda 2030 and implement sustainable development goals at the local level. More at www.shapingfaircities.eu