World Social Capital Monitor
Switzerland Basel, Schweiz
Number of people taking this action: 250 or more
To achieving the 17 UN SDGs entirely depends on social goods such as on trust, solidarity and helpfulness. In the World Social Capital Monitor, these social assets are assessed for the first time by open access in 42 languages on every web device and of course mobile.
Just try it - it takes three minutes only and you don't have to register: https://trustyourplace.com/
The eight indicators are assessed anonymous on a ladder between 10 (high) and 1 (low). Countries such as Cambodia habe passed six semi-annual surveys since our launch as a UN SDG Partnership Project in early 2016.Our worldwide partners are universities, NGOs and governmental institutions that share one purpose: to considering and enhancing the social goods needed to achieving the UN SDGs.
How can you join?
The best way to joining is to spreading our questionnaire in your language and country/town. All you've got to do is to choosing your
The survey takes only two to three minutes and no registration is required.
If you want to become a country partner, you may conducting the survey in your town/region/country in cooperation with us.
1 No Poverty
8 Decent work and economic growth
10 Reduced Inequalities
11 Sustainable Cities & Communities
16 Peace, Justice & Strong Institutions
17 Partnerships for the Goals
Basel Institute of Commons and Economics (Basel, Switzerland), Pannasastra University of Cambodia (Phnom Penh, Cambodia) , Institute for Public Policies and Good Governance (IPPM) (Tirana, Albania), International University of Sarajevo, (Sarajevo, Bosnia), Studies and Economic Media Center (SEMC) (Yemen), Youth Association for Development (YAD) (Quetta, Pakistan), University of Montenegro (Niksic, Montenegro), University of Ghana (Kumasi, Ghana). University of Herat (Herat, Afghanistan), University of Siena (Siena, Italy), Swiss Development Cooperation Laos (Vientiane, Laos), NUAWE (National Workers Union of Afghanistan, (Kabul, Afghanistan), Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities Skopje (Skopje, Macedonia), Bürgerinitiative Zivilcourage (Vöcklabruck, Austria), University of Zagreb (Zagreb, Croatia)