2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development

Under the name “2030 Agenda”, 193 UN member states defined 17 goals, which provide a global framework for sustainable development. These are known as the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In 2022, Switzerland will provide a comprehensive national report for the second time.

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Agenda 2030 stamp

Focusing on country-specific measures, the report will be submitted to the High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development (HLPF) held every year at the UN’s headquarters in New York. The report is coordinated by the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA) and based on a broad review process, in which all departments and various stakeholders from outside the Federal Administration are involved.

The special stamp aims to highlight the 2030 Agenda and its SDGs. The design features 17 colours that represent the SDGs. They make up the term “2030 Agenda” using basic geometric shapes – in other words the simplest visual elements from which all complex forms are created.

Every letter and figure occupies exactly the same quadratic area as each of the goals is equally important. The shapes look like toy bricks, playfully encouraging people to help reshape the world, as set out in the design concept.

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Our contribution to achieving the global Sustainable Development Goals

We’re acting now – for tomorrow, for future generations, for the sustainable development of our environment and society. As a proven universal provider and the backbone of urban and rural mobility, Swiss Post makes a significant contribution to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the UN as part of its 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Swiss Post places a particular focus on six of the 17 goals where it can have the greatest impact: partly via a positive contribution through its services and partly via the reduction of unavoidable negative effects.

For example, the electrification of our delivery fleet makes a key contribution to Goal 7.

Agenda 2030 first-day cover

Technical information


Philately: from 28.4.2022 to 30.6.2023 or while stocks last

Branches: from 5.5.2022 to 30.6.2023 or while stocks last


Unlimited from 5.5.2022


Offset, 4-colour scale; Cartor Security Printing, La Loupe, France


Stamps: 28 × 33 mm

Sheet: 140 × 194 mm (open)

(5 rows of 4 stamps)


White stamp paper with optical brightener, matt gummed, 110 gm²


13 ½ : 13 ¼


Andrea Münch and Markus Läubli, Zurich