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- Key resources: Gender and the Sustainable Development Goals
- WIPO and the Sustainable Development Goals
- A Focus On SDGs: Balancing Priorities
- A Focus On SDGs: Balancing Priorities
Key resources: Gender and the Sustainable Development Goals
Jeffrey D. Sachs is a world-renowned professor of economics, leader in sustainable development, senior UN advisor, bestselling author, and syndicated columnist whose monthly newspaper columns appear in more than countries. He is the co-recipient of the Blue Planet Prize, the leading global prize for environmental leadership, and many other international awards and honors.
During to he served as the Director of the Earth Institute. He serves on the Governing Council of Future Earth and other advisory bodies. Guido holds a Ph. He was one of the lead advisors for the production of the and flagship statistical report Government at a Glance. Guillaume holds a M. Sc in international economics from the University of Montreal.
His role consists of managing the data, coding, and statistical analyses for the SDG Index and Dashboards report. He additionally carries out research related to sustainable development. He enjoys playing violin and hails from Atlanta, GA. It works to promote social inclusion and is committed to advancing this goal through programs that improve education, shape democracy, advance society, promote health, vitalize culture and strengthen economies.
The Bertelsmann Stiftung is a non-partisan, private operating foundation. SDSN mobilizes global scientific and technological expertise to promote practical solutions for sustainable development, including the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals SDGs and the Paris Climate Agreement. The use of the Sustainable Development Report findings and data should be accompanied by the following bibliographic citation: Sachs, J. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.
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WIPO and the Sustainable Development Goals
This is the resolution on the post development agenda adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in New York on 25 September The document provides the background to the Sustainable Development Goals and outlines the 17 goals, associated targets and the related principles. The last sections of the resolution discuss means of implementation and processes for follow-up and review. This very interesting report projects whether selected targets of the Sustainable Development Goals SDGs will be reached in if recent trends continue. Seventeen targets — one per goal — are examined with detailed descriptions illustrated by graphs. The report shows that without increased effort, none of the goals and examined targets will be met, with Sub-Saharan Africa set to be furthest behind. The target of the gender-equality goal assessed in the report is ending child marriage 5.
India has played an important role in shaping the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). This has meant that the country's national development goals are.
A Focus On SDGs: Balancing Priorities
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Jeffrey D. Sachs is a world-renowned professor of economics, leader in sustainable development, senior UN advisor, bestselling author, and syndicated columnist whose monthly newspaper columns appear in more than countries. He is the co-recipient of the Blue Planet Prize, the leading global prize for environmental leadership, and many other international awards and honors. During to he served as the Director of the Earth Institute.
A Focus On SDGs: Balancing Priorities
These goals are indivisible and encompass economic, social and environmental dimensions. The provision of 12 years of free, publicly-funded, inclusive, equitable, quality primary and secondary education — of which at least nine years are compulsory, leading to relevant learning outcomes — should be ensured for all, without discrimination. The provision of at least one year of free and compulsory quality pre-primary education is encouraged, to be delivered by well-trained educators, as well as that of early childhood development and care. It is imperative to reduce barriers to skills development and technical and vocational education and training TVET , starting from the secondary level, as well as to tertiary education, including university, and to provide lifelong learning opportunities for youth and adults. The provision of tertiary education should be made progressively free, in line with existing international agreements. The principles, strategies and actions for this target are underpinned by the contemporary understanding of literacy as a continuum of proficiency levels in a given context.
It seems that you're in Germany. We have a dedicated site for Germany. This volume examines the practicality of achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals in India, and includes policy analyses and statistical assessments of comparative data between India and different countries. With a focus on poverty and economics, the contributors offer sector and state specific performance analyses of each goal, determining the feasibility for different states and regions to implement a given goal under conditions of extreme poverty and economic distress. Readers will learn how to perform comprehensive economic performance analyses, and how to apply these methods at local and regional scales within the framework of sustainable development. The book will be of interest to students and researchers studying sustainable development, economics, and policy analysis, as well as NGOs and government agencies working towards achieving the SDGs in impoverished nations. He has vast research experience in different Indian research centers as well as teaching experiences at UG and PG level in different Universities in West Bengal.
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
Also referred as the global goals given their holistic approach to development, the SDGs bring together 5 pillars — people, planet, prosperity, peace and partnerships — to address environmental, economic and other challenges through a framework of 17 goals with targets and to be achieved by We are in the 5 th year of this long journey with a 15 year timeline. Since the Global Goals came into force, countries propelled their efforts in achieving the targets charted to be attained by Even though the SDGs are not legally binding for Governments, the commitment of various countries in taking ownership and aligning their respective national frameworks has seen an astounding effort in the direction. Recently, the UN has recognised public institutions led initiatives in 11 countries, such as Australia, Brazil, Chile Indonesia and others, which have made considerable progress towards SDGs. Even with all these concerted efforts by countries and gradual progress in the direction, there is still a considerable transformation required to achieve the targets as the finish line is still miles away. It is a laborious task due to various reasons from lack of financial resources to technological challenges to, at times, political will in countries.
International development agenda has been actively led by the United Nations UN and its technical agencies and funds from their inception in the late s. Till s, the approach was fragmented and disjointed initiated by its specialized agencies or funds at various World Summits and Conferences to address three dimensions of development — economic, social, and environmental. The SDGs also strengthen equity, human rights, and nondiscrimination. The MDGs generated new and innovative partnerships, galvanized public opinion, and showed the immense value of setting ambitious goals. By putting people and their immediate needs at the forefront, the MDGs reshaped decision-making in the developed and developing countries alike. It helped to lift more than one billion people out of extreme poverty, to make inroads against hunger, to enable more girls than ever before to attend school, and to protect our planet. Yet inequalities persist and the progress has been uneven.