In the start of the project all regular projects shall perform a mandatory workshop about sustainable development and how your project work with the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
All projects accepted in each call will get an invitation to a webinar hosted by the Joint Secretariat, where you will get instructions on how to carry out your workshop.
In the workshop, the staff of the project shall together define which of the UN Sustainable Development Goals the project will contribute to. The defined goals will then be used by the project and the Interreg Aurora Programme in the communication of the project and your project specific goals will be visible on your project page on the Interreg Aurora website.
When you write the progress reports and apply for payment, you will be asked to describe the activities carried out during the reporting period. Here it is important that you integrate the actions that you have done connected to sustainable development. When you had a seminar, a research activity, made an analysis or implemented any other activity, describe how the sustainable thinking has been considered in connection to that certain activity.
When you communicate, please use the symbols of the UN Sustainable development goals. Highlight all the great things that you are doing to contribute to the goals and give examples on how you are working with sustainable development within the project.