Sustainable Development Communications Network (SDCN)
Réseau communications pour le développement durable
Red de Comunicaciones sobre Desarrollo Sostenible
Aug 1996, as Spinning the Web Network, by International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD). Present name adopted 15 Nov 1999. As of 2005 dormant for the past couple of years.
Undertake joint communications activities to inform broader audiences about sustainable development; build capacity among members to communicate sustainable development through new communications technologies and broadly share the knowledge about how to use Internet communications technologies (ICTs) efficiently and effectively; experiment with new communications technologies and develop methods for their integration with existing communications technologies; provide a forum for network members to share experiences; inform about SD research and action.Available with paid subscription only.
Sharing and support activities. Substantive Projects, involving collaborative research and communications. Capacity-building projects, involving workshops, distributed learning, peer mentoring and consulting arrangements.
Members in 19 countries
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- Sustainable Development
UN Sustainable Development Goals **
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Last News Received
** UN SDGs are linked to the subject classification.
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