Adherence To UN Sustainable Development Goals

According to the United Nations (UN) Academic Impact, academia plays a vital role in ensuring the well-being of humankind and is the perfect place to promote the ideals upheld by the UN, also known as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Universities are crucial to achieving UN SDGs as they serve as incubators of change, innovation, inventions and solutions. Moreover, they raise awareness and educate the masses about the SDGs of the UN on their campuses, in their communities and beyond.

The UN believes that Universities are the perfect place to push forth SDGs through research projects, innovative curriculum, activities and diverse communities. Therefore, their adherence and compliance to the SDGs is essential, and one of the key metrics while deciding University rankings is their adherence to UN SDGs.

Understandably, the importance of communicating the initiatives taken by Universities towards adherence to SGDs cannot be emphasized enough.

How to communicate the University’s efforts

One way to communicate the Universities’ work and their independent efforts to adhere with the UN SDGs is by publishing articles on the University website on topics related to SDGs. These articles can detail the steps, processes and impact of the work. Moreover, the articles can be published and popularized across various social media platforms affiliated with the University to encourage media attention.

How Impact Science helps Universities

Impact Science works closely with Universities to help them communicate their efforts and initiatives to comply with UN SDGs. We write and publish articles that highlight the University’s work and help in promoting them.

Our aim is to share the measures taken by the University to meet UN SDGs. This in turn helps the University earn goodwill; furthermore, it improves reputation and community outreach too.

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