The UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) announced the relaunch of its website, The redesigned site offers the global SDSN community better ways to find events and opportunities, stay informed about sustainable development research, and deepen their understanding of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). New features help visitors comprehend SDSN’s interconnected work across various programmes and networks.

Key improvements include

  1. Improved Navigation and Search: The new navigation system makes locating programmes, research, and news easier. SDSN’s initiatives are now categorised by topics and regions, providing a full view of its activities. An updated News page delivers the latest updates, while the new Resources section streamlines research access from SDSN experts and partners.
  2. Interactive Networks Map: An updated map features SDSN’s 55 National and Regional Networks across Africa, the Americas, Asia & Pacific, Europe, and the Middle East.


CIFAL Flanders is a founding partner of SDSN Belgium and part of their Network. SDSN operates under the UN Secretary-General to mobilise universities, think tanks, and laboratories to achieve the SDGs and the Paris Agreement. It empowers societies through free online education and translates scientific evidence into practical solutions.

SDSN operates at the nexus of science, policy, and development practice. By partnering with UN agencies, multilateral financial institutions, the private sector, governments, academia, and civil society, it promotes pathways for SDG implementation, advocates independent monitoring and accountability, and drives peer learning to share best practices and solutions.

To explore the new features and learn about SDSN’s sustainable development work, visit