Monitoring and evaluation
Uruguay adheres to a global campaign promoted by the World Tourism Organization # ViajaMañana
"Staying home today means being able to travel tomorrow." The hashtag # ViajaMañana summarizes this motto of solidarity and hope, through which the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) calls upon the shared responsibility of travelers and the tourism sector around the world to face the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic.
The Uruguayan government confirmed what replaced its participation in the 2030 World Cup initiative
The Uruguayan government confirmed that it has an agenda for the 2030 World Cup that will be held in South America and will rethink whether they will participate in the initiative. In case of not getting involved, they left an open door to promote the centenary of the first World Cup.
Regulatory framework for the environment and human rights
The implementation of the SDGs requires the participation of all stakeholders. The State, as the main responsible agent for fulfilling the commitments of the 2030 Agenda, must promote this participation through normative, political, economic and social incentives that create multi-stakeholder enabling environments.