Call for inputs: “Transformation towards sustainable and resilient societies” Blog series
In order to promote the 2018 HLPF session, the DESA Division for Sustainable Development is launching an online blog series to capture the views of experts, Member States, the UN system, Major Groups and other stakeholders on this year’s theme and/or the 6 SDGs that will be reviewed in-depth by the HLPF, from 9 to 18 July 2018.

This is an open call for Major Groups and other stakeholders to suggest original blog posts to feature in this series, which will be posted on

The blog entries are envisioned to be succinct and to the point, a maximum 700 words in length, with new entries published regularly and promoted widely through DSD’s social media channels. DSD will select which of the blog entries received through this form will be published.

Guiding questions for authors
The blog entries could address one or several of the following questions:
• How can we create sustainable and resilient societies?
• How can we spur implementation of SDGs 6, 7, 11, 12, 15, and 17?
• How are SDGs 6, 7, 11, 12, 15, and 17 interlinked?
• What are some of the challenges in implementing these goals and how can they be addressed?

Other guidelines:

Collaborative blog entries are encouraged.

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