SDG 17 Partnerships for the Goals

SDG 17 partnerships for the goals

Goal 17 focuses on reinvigorating the worldwide collaboration for sustainable development. The 2030 Agenda is all-encompassing, urging action from both developed and developing nations to leave no one behind. It necessitates partnerships among governments, the private sector, and civil society. The Sustainable Development Goals can only be achieved with a resolute commitment to global cooperation, ensuring that everyone progresses on the path of development.

Griffith University is aligned with the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and committed to tackling global challenges around SDG 17 partnerships for the goals. Below are some of our outputs supporting this goal.

Cooperation and capabilities: Pacific-led regionalism in the age of great power competition | Part 2

SEAN JACOBS  |  While Pacific Island Countries (PICs) and Western nations rely on shared values as a basis for a strong relationship, Beijing relies… Read More

Perspectives:Asia | Australia’s pivot to India

PERSPECTIVES:ASIA | ANDREW CHARLTON  | India is on the rise to become the next global superpower, with a population expected to be larger than… Read More

Pacific Outlook Bulletin | 8 November

TESS NEWTON CAIN  |  Pacific Islands Forum Leaders Meeting The leaders of the region are gathering in Rarotonga, Cook Islands for their 52nd… Read More

Shared values: Pacific-led regionalism in the age of great power competition | Part 1

SEAN JACOBS  |  Dame Meg Taylor has written a recent thoughtful analysis on threats to Pacific-led regionalism from Beijing and Washington DC’s renewed… Read More

Pacific Outlook Bulletin | 25 October

TESS NEWTON CAIN  |  Tropical Cyclone Lola heads for Vanuatu Hard on the heels of the prediction that this upcoming cyclone season will see… Read More

Regional Outlook | Ten years of China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI): Evolution and the road ahead

CHRISTOPH NEDOPIL WANG  |   Griffith Asia Institute and Green Finance and Development Center Joint Working Paper | 20-MINUTE READ | Download… Read More

Policy Brief | An agenda for Australia-Republic of Korea climate cooperation with Southeast Asia

ALICE NASON  |  Griffith Asia Institute Policy Brief | 30-MINUTE READ Executive summary Download PDF The intensification of climate change will… Read More

Southeast Asia snapshot #58

SOVINDA PO | Malaysia, the Philippines, and Vietnam rejected China’s new map  China published a new version of its national map on… Read More

Finding a place for youth leadership in Australia’s new International Development Policy

HELEN BERENTS AND KATRINA LEE-KOO |  Asia and the Pacific are the most youthful regions of the world, with 25 per cent of their populations aged between 15 and 29. Combined, the two regions are home to 60 per cent of the world’s youth. Yet, in Australia’s new International Development Policy, young people are virtually absent as the agents and partners who can forge the region’s future. Read More

Pacific Outlook Bulletin | 30 August

TESS NEWTON CAIN  |  Vanuatu political impasse continues The Opposition has won its case in the Supreme Court which found that a recent motion… Read More

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Our research focuses on the trade and business, politics, governance, security, economies and development of the Asia Pacific and their significance for Australia. Griffith University is committed to advancing Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) across the region.