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  • Keeping the Promise: Implementing an Agenda of the People, by the People, and for the People.
    by Together 2030 on 11th July 2017 at 9:00 pm

    Authors: Naiara Costa (International Secretariat, Together 2030 – @naiaracc) and Graham Long (Newcastle University – @GrahamLong9) When governments adopted the 2030 Agenda, they emphasized the vital contribution of a robust, voluntary, effective, participatory, transparent and integrated follow-up and review framework. Member States also determined that the lynchpin of follow up and review in implementing the SDG… Continue reading Keeping the Promise: Implementing an Agenda of the People, by the People, and for the People. […]

  • Don’t Miss My Disability
    by Together 2030 on 11th July 2017 at 5:00 pm

    Author: Mahmuda Alim (Programme Manager, Sightsavers Bangladesh) It is a well-established fact that disability and poverty go hand-in-hand. Persons with disabilities are more likely to live in poverty than persons without and even then, the level of severity of the disability in question is a factor to be considered. In Bangladesh, the percentage of people in 2010… Continue reading Don’t Miss My Disability […]

  • Trabajo en Red: una Propuesta Feminista para Alcanzar los ODS
    by Together 2030 on 11th July 2017 at 3:00 pm

    Autor: Patricia Viviana Ponce (Directora – Coordinadora Programas Género, Haurralde Fundazioa – @huarralde) En el informe Oxfam 2016, “Una economía para el 99%” confirma que la concentración de la riqueza en pocas manos, eleva la desigualdad y los focos de pobreza en el mundo. El 1% más rico de la población mundial, posee más riqueza que… Continue reading Trabajo en Red: una Propuesta Feminista para Alcanzar los ODS […]

  • Maternal Health Among Indigenous and Ethnic Minority Communities: a Crucial Challenge for the Commitment to ‘leave no one behind’
    by Together 2030 on 11th July 2017 at 12:00 pm

    Author: Sean Roberts (Policy and Campaigns Officer, Health Poverty Action) The commitment to ‘leave no one behind’ is fundamental to global efforts to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).  This commitment is especially relevant to Health Poverty Action, because the indigenous and ethnic minority communities that we work with in the Global South are among the most… Continue reading Maternal Health Among Indigenous and Ethnic Minority Communities: a Crucial Challenge for the Commitment to ‘leave no one behind&rsquo […]

 

 

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