Stakeholder Forum for a Sustainable Future

Founding Year: 1987



Farooq Ullah (Executive Director)

Is “an international organization working to advance sustainable development at all levels.” It strives to “enhance open, accountable and participatory decision-making and governance on sustainable development” by encouraging “the effective engagement of stakeholders with international policy processes.” SFSF works with consultants from around the world to “develop and facilitate global multi-stakeholder processes on sustainable development.” As a non-profit organization, it “receives funding from governments, UN agencies, foundations and international financial institutions.”



Stakeholder Forum for a Sustainable Future contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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