Coalition 2030 is an alliance of civil society organisations committed to and working towards upholding Ireland’s commitment to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at home in Ireland and in over 50 countries by 2030. Coalition 2030 comprises over 100 organisations – international and domestic NGOs as well as youth organisations, environmental groups, academics, and Trade Unions whose expertise ranges from children and youth rights to environmental sustainability and from humanitarian relief to long term development.
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The Coalition has a shared vision “to transform our world through collaborative partnerships that will free the human race from the tyranny of poverty and want, and to heal and secure our planet”. And in embarking on this collective journey to implement Agenda 2030 – the plan of action for people, planet and prosperity – Coalition 2030 pledges that no one will be left behind.
The strength of Coalition 2030 rests in this shared vision, as well as a commitment to the values and principles enshrined in Agenda 2030 including:
In the years up to and including 2030, along with leaders of every country in the world, Ireland will report to the United Nations on whether we have kept our promise. Did we do what we said we would to eliminate hunger, to stall climate change, to reduce global inequality? The challenges Ireland faces – homelessness, conflict, forced displacement, climate change, loss of biodiversity, and income inequality – are not confined to our country. They are challenges we can only tackle at a global level, together.