Agenda 2030: Who’s in charge?

Accountability and the Sustainable Development Goal
14 Oct 2020
Streaming through YouTube
Target Group
All students and staff members
Lund University

The Agenda 2030 Graduate School at Lund University invites you to a vibrant panel discussion on the practical implications, normative challenges, power-balance concerns as well as ethical issues related to Accountability in relation to the Sustainable Development Goals.

Across the world, governments, companies, civil society organisations, universities, and individuals are engaged in the challenging work to reach the 2030 Agenda and its Sustainable Development Goals within the coming 10 years.

  • But who’s responsible for our common, sustainable future?
  • What role does accountability play in sustainability reporting and assessment?
  • And does a lack of accountability hinder the possibilities of reaching the Sustainable Development Goals?

Representatives from the private, public, academic and non-governmental sector will discuss the role of accountability and how efforts from the past can help us map out plausible pathways towards a more sustainable future.



  • Programme

    The webinar will take place on October 14th at 17:00-18:30 CET.

  • Registration

    Registration: Registration is already closed.

    Contact person: In case of questions please contact Isabelle Nilsson.

    Registration deadline: 6 October 23:59 (CET)

    In order to assist this event, you have to pre-register through the registration form. You will receive the link to the webinar through email a few days before.