...wishes to integrate the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into all areas of EU policies and initiatives, making sustainable development an essential guiding principle in Europe by 2030.
...help to meet this challenge by promoting
the Sustainable Development Goals in Europe
as part of your activity.
The EURO ETHICAL 2030 Charter (EE 2030) is a declaration of commitment on a voluntary basis, proposed to the signature of any organisation or company which undertakes to take the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into account as part of its work in the EU.
Publish regularly our progress in this area to make a statement of our commitment for a more sustainable Europe. (reportings, annual reports, etc.)
“62% of the companies and organisations interviewed believe that the SDGs are important enough to be mentioned in their reporting."
The EE 2030 Charter is widely disseminated within European institutions, allowing you to stand out and helping you become more widely known.
Your adherence to the EE 2030 Charter underlines your commitment to positioning yourself in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The EE 2030 Charter invites you to produce your ethical arguments in order to help MEPs to decide on the best way to achieve a sustainable and cohesive Europe.
The EE 2030 Charter provides a positive impression of its signatories brand image as being committed to greater integrity and ethical ambition.
The EURO ETHICAL 2030 Charter and its Newsletter are widely distributed within European institutions.
Annual postal distribution
Annual postal distribution in the European Parliament, with printed versions sent to all MEPs
How to apply
1. Fill up in the registration form and sign the Charter
In the interests of transparency, all organisations, especially those carrying out activities aimed at influencing decision-making in the EU, are invited to provide information about themselves to the EU Transparency Register before contributing their views.
2. Pay the registration fee to the Centre DEV Attitude account:
IBAN : BE 92-0682-5026-9323 – BIC : GKCCBEBB (BELFIUS)
Details : « Registration + organisation name + date : __/__/__ »
FEES & TYPE OF ORGANISATION
Associations and Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs)
With fewer than 10 members€ 250
With 10 to 100 members€ 450
With more than 100 members€ 850
With fewer than 10 member organisations€ 350
With 10 to 100 member organisations€ 550
With more than 100 member organisations€ 950
With fewer than 10 employees€ 550
With 10 to 100 employees€ 950
With more than 100 employees€ 1375
The CENTRE DEV ATTITUDE (CDA) is an independent Think tank and Academic institution which is committed to sustainable and inclusive development both within Europe and the world.
The CDA has been working for more than ten years to speak up for the establishment of an ethical social model which finds an appropriate balance between economic development, environmental protection and social justice. Working with stakeholders from European institutions, international bodies, the academic world, civil society and the private sector, the CDA calls for a voluntary approach from its partners.
Accredited to the European Parliament, the CDA organised several conferences sponsored by MEPs, on specific issues in connection with Solidarity and Sustainable Development in Europe.
The Centre Dev Attitude initiative is directed by Roger P. Kaboré, Institutional Communication Senior Consultant.
Registered in the European Union's Transparency Register
An Observer member of the SDG Watch Europe Network
A signatory of the CEOs call for action of the CSR Europe
The Sustainable Development Goals are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all.
They address the global challenges we face, including those related to poverty, inequality, climate change, environmental degradation, peace and justice.
The 17 Goals are all interconnected, and in order to leave no one behind, it is important that we achieve them all by 2030.