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Plan de acción Conocimiento Abierto: marco de actuación
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya [corporate]

Translated titleOpen Knowledge action plan: framework for action
Published2019
PeriodicalPages 1-27
InstitutionUniversitat Oberta de Catalunya
EditorsGmelch, Nadja · Xarles, Gemma · Martínez Samper, Pastora
CountrySpain, Europe

ABSTRACT
Nos encontramos ante unos retos globales de nuevas dimensiones, la mayo-ría relacionados entre sí y recogidos en gran parte en la Agenda 2030 para el Desarrollo Sostenible de las Naciones Unidas. La Agenda 2030 define 17 objetivos de desarrollo sostenible (ODS) y 169 metas específicas que los países deberán tomar como referencia para conseguir un mundo sostenible desde ahora hasta 2030 (Asamblea General de las Naciones Unidas, 2015).

Para contribuir a la consecución de la Agenda 2030, el conocimiento es uno de los elementos clave. Conocimiento generado gracias al pensamiento y la investigación. Conocimiento que hace crecer a las personas por medio del aprendizaje. Conocimiento que es transferido a comunidades y entidades. Conocimiento con el que cada cual, desde su actuación individual y colecti-va, contribuye a un futuro más sostenible.

ABSTRACT
We are faced with global challenges of new dimensions, most of which are interrelated and largely reflected in the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The 2030 Agenda defines 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) and 169 specific goals that countries should take as a reference to achieve a sustainable world from now until 2030 (United Nations General Assembly, 2015).

To contribute to the achievement of the 2030 Agenda, knowledge is one of the key elements. Knowledge generated through thought and research. Knowledge that makes people grow through learning. Knowledge that is transferred to communities and entities. Knowledge with which each one, from their individual and collective actions, contributes to a more sustainable future.


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