Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all.
Increasing labour productivity, reducing the unemployment r ate, especially for young people, and improving access to financial services and benefits are essential components of sustained and inclusive economic growth.
Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals
What do the SDGs look like in HE and FE?
Aston University - Ethical Investment Policy
The Open University, the leading university for flexible in-work learning, is travelling across Scotland as part of their roadshow series Upskilling your Workforce: Preparing...
Project SEARCH is a one-year programme, supporting young people with additional needs to gain skills and experience aimed at helping them move into sustainable employment. The...
North East Scotland College has developed a mentoring programme through which staff help students be confident in their essential skills and identify the essential skills they...
West College Scotland partnered with AC Whyte to create a Skills Academy that upskills students to apply thermal insulation. This was a response to a company-identified skills...
North Highland College Business Students, led by a member of staff and in partnership with DYW Highland, the local Chamber of Commerce and local primary staff, facilitated and...
'Future focus' is a course aimed at 19-24 year old students from previous non-engagement backgrounds. The course aims at developing and enhancing a range vocational,...
CodeCraft is a coding club where pupils learn coding skills through creating their world and characters on the game 'MineCraft'. Started as a summer club, CodeCraft has...
The Market Day initiative is an entrepreneurial project that allows students with entrepreneurial inclinations to use on-campus stalls to sell their products or services....
Exeter College Technology Centre
Distributed Leadership for the Long Game The University of Gloucestershire (UoG) has an enviable track record on sustainability for its small size and resource base. It is...
UWTSD Carmarthen Business School: Rethinking Business for a Changing World
Graduates responsible for a sustainable future
Student opportunities and Training Better Leaders
The architects of possibility - Leeds' students are shaping the future
Delivering positive impact for society
Living the green and not just a dream
Sustainable futures through online learning
Project 36 – Nepal
Light up your life: Liter of Light Nigeria
Prosper Social Finance
A whole institution approach to combating modern slavery
Sustainable Prosperity and Democracy — A Research Agenda
The Post-Growth Challenge — Secular Stagnation, Inequality and the Limits to Growth
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set out a framework of 17 Goals and 169 targets to tackle the world’s most pressing social, economic, and enviromental challenges...
Project Fairtrade - Making a world of difference at UWE Bristol
Team entrepreneurship – students building sustainable businesses
Project Baala: A real solution not insanitary - student led social impact
Edinburgh’s Swap and Reuse Hub (SHRUB) Co-operative
Kenya Jiko Stove
Inspiring the future generation - INSPIRE student internships
Balancing the Books: Creating a model of responsible fashion business education
Dip, Dabble, Dive and Thrive – integrating sustainability in the extra-curriculum
Future-proof your career
Industry-relevant work experience for every student at Leeds Trinity University