Catalyst 2030 is a fast-growing global movement of people and organisations committed to achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGS) by 2030.
Joining forces with communities, governments, businesses and others, Catalyst 2030 members are changing systems at all levels through collective action and bold new strategies.
Catalyst 2030 Awards Winners announced
Catalyst 2030 Awards For Systemic Change are an annual celebration of inspirational allies, the pioneers who are collaborating with us effectively to design the systems that will deliver the SDGs.
Catalysing Change 2022
Our recently released report “Catalysing Change 2022” tells the story of the movement over the last two years and highlights the seven lessons of growing “catalytic networks”.
Catalysing Change Week 2022
The theme of #CCW2022 was “Let’s Re-Energise the SDGs” and was built around three catalysing themes: Amplify. Action. Accelerate. More than 250 sessions and activities took place during the week of 9-13 May 2022.
Shifting Funding Practices
We are calling on donors and funders to remodel their traditional practices to more effectively support grassroots organisations and sustainable social impact. We have co-written a letter that highlights the changes we are calling for. We invite all organisations working to improve the quality of people’s lives to sign it and join us in our open call to donors and funders.
Posts from the Media Hub
Catalyst 2030’s NGO Open Letter calling for a shift in global funding practices has attracted more than 1000 signatories in just a few months
The Social Change Innovators (SCI) knowledge resource portal created in partnership with Catalyst 2030 will be launched in August 2022.
More than 50 Catalyst 2030 members participated in the WEF global agenda setting event which took place from 22-26 May 2022.
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