Cooperation for sustainability has always been pivotal but it’s even more important today, in the times of constant changes. At V4SDG, strengthening partnerships for sustainability in the V4 countries has always been a priority. To support this mission of ours and facilitate the foundation of enhanced cooperation in the region we created the V4SDG Connect – the first online searchable network for experts and organisations who work in the field of sustainability in the V4 and beyond.

V4SDG Connect was officially launched at the Budapest Sustainability Exchange on 23 September 2020!

To learn how to use CONNECT, check out our Cheat Sheet!

  • Make connections

    The platform is for sustainability experts and organisations from a wide range of sustainability stakeholder groups from the business, academia and research, governmental and civil sectors. Members can build alliances, widen their professional network, recruit people and seek experts for advice here.

  • Set up projects

    Connect is ideal to find experts, supporters or collaborators for new projects or validate a project topic - but we don’t have to stop there. The platform offers a direct platform to launch projects and be the working space of joint initiatives with partner organisations.

  • Share knowledge

    The platform also has the function of a forum, where members not only can share information and ideas related to SDGs and sustainability at large, but can gather feedback and input from different stakeholder groups.

  • Organise events

    Members can share their sustainability connected events on Connect, invite stakeholders, spread information and start discussions prior to the event.

  • V4SDG Connect welcomes

    A) Individuals and experts working in the field of sustainability within the Visegrád region. B) Organizations focusing partially or solely on SDGs related topics. C) Representatives of all sectors from business and academia, to governmental and civil realms.

get in touch with our team lead

Lilla is the Lead for V4SDG CONNECT and member of the Hungarian country group. She gained her Master's Degree in Environmental Science and Policy at Central European University where she specialised in sustainable development and the adaptive management of socio-ecological systems (SES). Prior to her studies at CEU, Lilla took part in the EU’s Naturvation project researching nature-based solutions in urban settings and also gained experience in environmental diplomacy as an intern at the American Embassy Budapest. She used to work as the administration lead at REAL School Budapest, the first sustainability-focused school in Hungary.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the application process or the membership in the V4SDG CONNECT, feel free to contact Lilla at