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 CHALLENGES

FLOWi Challenges are open calls for Positive Alternative Assets sponsors

which will take place over the course of 2019 and 2020.

 

The challenges are organized around the EU Taxonomy and the 22 Impact Categories defined in the Positive Impact Finance  Impact Radar tool which captures the core elements of the Sustainable Development Goals and is championed by UNEP Finance.

 

 

"Generating Sustainable & impact alternative deal-flow to help unlock finance for greater Urban Impact."

“The PI Impact Radar by UNEP Finance

-A tool that captures the core elements of the SDGs

-Anchored in international definitions and standards

-Applicable in business for a holistic impact identification 

-A common reference: global, neutral, practical”

“The Sustainable Development Goals

 

- A common universal vision for sustainable development

- A high-level, action-oriented agenda framed by governments

- Holistic analysis across SDGs (vs. impact on single SDGs"

The taxonomy of sectors with impact by the European Commission

People Challenges (part 1) 

      

 

 

The goal is to identify products & services which might generate, positive impact on the availability, accessibility, affordability, and quality in domains essential to Human Dignity and Development. Other applicable positive & negative impact categories will also be identified in line with the methodology.

Human Dignity and Development

Employment for a just

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Population’s accessibility to full and productive employment and decent work, which delivers a fair income, security in the workplace, social protection for families, and involves prospects for personal development and social integration, freedom for people to express their concerns, organize and participate in the decisions that affect their lives and equality of opportunity and treatment.

International source: The International Labour Organisation

Population’s accessibility to adequate, safe and affordable housing: a place where to live in security, peace and dignity.

International source: OHCHR, UN-Habitat

Housing for the

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Education

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Population’s ability to live in a state of physical, mental and social well-being, including but not limited to the absence of disease or infirmity. This includes the ability to access quality essential health-care services and effective, quality and affordable essential medicines and vaccines. It also includes sanitation, which refers to population’s accessibility to facilities and services that ensure privacy and dignity, ensuring a clean and healthy living environment for all.

International source: World Health Organization (WHO), UN-Water

Population’s ability to access quality education and lifelong learning opportunities in an inclusive and equitable way. This refers to accessibility for all to elementary education, free and compulsory; and to technical, professional and higher education, as made available, equally accessible to all on the basis of merit.

International source: Universal Declaration of Human Rights; United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO)

Healthcare & Sanitation

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BECOME A SPONSOR

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Are you an organization with a clear topic of expertise and positive action? Would you like to consider sponsoring an Impact Challenge ?

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The taxonomy of sectors with impact by the European Commission

“The PI Impact Radar

-A tool that captures the core elements of the SDGs

-Anchored in international definitions and standards

-Applicable in business for a holistic impact identification 

-A common reference: global, neutral, practical”

“The Sustainable Development Goals

 

- A common universal vision for sustainable development

- A high-level, action-oriented agenda framed by governments

- Holistic analysis across SDGs (vs. impact on single SDGs"