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Handbook on how the different stakeholders and professions at HEIs can contribute to the SDGs through increased cross-disciplinary cooperation.

Strategy based on four impact areas, taking external factors into consideration and highlighting the benefits of each SD activity.

Strategy based on a Learn-Live-Lead model, organized around six core themes, leading to 20 measures of success.

The strategy addresses the SDGs as a core mission and promotes good governance structures.

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