In this brief note we summarize the highlights of a very successful first year of the SDSN and outline the emerging priorities for the network. Since its inception in September 2012, the has established the SDSN Leadership Council comprising over 70 outstanding leaders from academia, civil society, business, international organizations. Around 100 universities around the world are now members of the SDSN we expect the university membership to reach around 1,000 by end-2015. We have launched national and regional chapters in Latin America, Europe, Africa, and Asia, and expect many more such networks to commence in 2014.
Below we provide some highlights across six priority work areas of the SDSN: Download the press