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Assess the relevance of short texts to UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

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OSDG Community platform

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 24 people are interested

We have launched a large-scale public consultation, inviting OSDG volunteers to assess the relevance of various texts to SDGs.

The dataset created by the volunteers will ultimately contribute to the development of a common understanding on SDGs while deepening their knowledge of the topic. The results of their work will not only improve the OSDG tool but also enable international organisations, companies and academics around the world to advance their research on sustainability and help to more accurately define the contribution of various research fields to SDGs.

As OSDG is open source, we will anonymize the data collected by the OSDG and openly share with the research community.

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About OSDG Community platform


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Mission Statement

OSDG is an open source initiative that aims to integrate various existing attempts to classify research according to Sustainable Development Goals, and to make this process open, transparent and user-friendly. We integrate existing research into a comprehensive approach that avoids the shortcomings of previous individual approaches and the duplication of research efforts.


OSDG (www.osdg.ai) project aims to classify science, technology, and public policy by the UN Sustainable Development Goals. It is composed by a free, fully open-source, and user-friendly tool that classifies text and publications into the different SDGs.

Join a large-scale exercise and invite OSDG volunteers to assess the relevance of various texts to SDGs. This will provide valuable feedback on the boundaries of SDG-related research, and the level of consensus among different stakeholders.

The project is undertaken by a partnership between PPMI, UNDP SDG AI Lab, and a community of researchers led by Dr. Bautista-Puig.

Computers & Technology
Education & Literacy


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • General Education
  • Literacy / Reading
  • Research
  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Reading Comprehension


  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Must be at least 18
  • Starting from approximately 1 hour, can be extended depending on the volunteer's interest.
  • Only a computer is needed.

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