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Sustainable Development Goals stamp pack

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SKU #15141085

Sustainable Development Goals stamp pack

$23.00
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) stamp pack contains 20 Map of Australia stamps as well as decorative stamp tabs that graphically portray each development goal.
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The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) stamp pack contains 20 Map of Australia stamps from the Love to Celebrate stamp issue, as well as decorative stamp tabs that graphically portray each development goal.

In January 2016, the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) came into effect. The SDGs provide a blueprint to put the world on a sustainable path to 2030 and address pressing economic, social and environmental challenges.

These 17 Global Goals – covering priorities as diverse as poverty alleviation, gender equality, climate action and decent work – present a global strategy for individual and collective action to achieve sustainable development.

Governments, businesses and people everywhere have an important role in achieving these goals, and Australia Post is excited to play a domestic leadership role in championing them.

In 2016, we were one of the first Australian companies to embrace the SDGs. The SDGs cut across all areas of our operations and value chain. Addressing these goals is critical to seeing our customers, communities and our own business prosper and become more inclusive.

These stamps have been produced by Australia Post Sprintpak. We utilise the world’s best technical capability to supply our clients with gummed and self-adhesive stamps in a range of sizes and formats. We have produced a range of stamp, numismatic and stamp collectables and souvenir packed product for Australia Post, in addition to postal administrations in New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Macau, Ireland, Switzerland, South Africa, Portugal and Belgium. Other clients have included the US Federal Reserve Bank, the State of Kuwait, Bank of Japan, National Bank of Romania, Bank of Papua New Guinea, Central Bank of Sri Lanka and Note Printing Australia.