New report reviews leaders statements and the 2030 Agenda

6th December 2017

 As part of the celebrations of its 2nd Anniversary, Together 2030 is launching a report reviewing how Heads of State and government addressed the 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at the statements delivered during the United Nations for the 72nd General Assembly (UNGA) General Debate, held in September, in New York.

The main question guiding the analysis was: How are global leaders referring to the 2030 Agenda in their official statements at the main multilateral global gathering?

Is the 2003 Agenda at the Center of Global Discourse? – Together 2030 Report UNGA72 Statements and the 2030 Agenda

An Annex to the report includes the list of all 191 countries researched, the full text related to the 2030 Agenda and the SDGs as well as links to the full statements.

The research  analyzed references to the 2030 Agenda and to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), as well as to national implementation plans, the importance of partnerships and of adequate financing in delivering the SDGs on statements delivered by Heads of State and government or their representatives at the UNGA General Debate in September 2017.

Check the report here.

Annex with list of countries, references and links can be found here.

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