WE KNOW WHAT SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT SHOULD LOOK LIKE — NOW LET’S DO IT

Just published on ENISA.  Fifteen years ago, more than 190 countries, with input from many stakeholders, established a set of eightMillennium Development Goals, or MDGs, to guide global development work. Ranging from reducing by half the number of people living in extreme poverty to improving development governance, the goals represented an attempt by governments to set a limited number of priorities. In reality, they showed an inability to deliver on more ambitious action plans agreed in the 1990s at a number of United Nations conferences and summits. Some but not all of the MDGs have been achieved, in part due to the financial crisis in 2008. Continue reading here

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