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Social actors and sustainable development goals in Industry and (Local) Governance
Below are tentative lists with social actors, all potential partners in a Global Partnership. The social actors are listed by socio-technical level: pico, micro, meso and macro. People in each of the listed roles perform the typical interactions in industry or governance. As they perfom their work, specific sustainable development goals and targets will matter.
The Agenda for Sustainable Development - #SDGs implies partner journeys.
This Actor Atlas has the objective to explain for each 'actor' or 'role' which development goals and targets are particularly important, and vice versa, to indicate for each goal and target the roles, economic activities and functions of government that matter.
Actors by socio-technical level
The socio-technical levels are macro, meso, micro and pico. The relationships between social actors at these levels and why they all matter to a development partnership is explained at Social architecture.
Check Pico Classification for the inclusion criterion of this class.
- Access to Information officer
- Aid consultant
- Business Change Manager
- Citizen of target group
- Civil servant
- Credit card user
- Initiative Manager
- Investor (retail)
- Local owner in a global wiki cooperative
- Member of Parliament
- Participation Content Steward
- Party leader
- Prime Minister
- Professional driver
- Senior Responsible Owner
- Social capital steward
- Someone standing for government office
- Taxpayer of donor country
Actor Maps & Lists
Domestic social capital wikis, for use by national and local stakeholders, are being created per country. Currently they exist for these countries: