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Priyanthi Fernando, moderator of the two-day Starting Strong: Asia Dialogue on the first 1000 days of the SDGs event, shares her reflections on the discussions
Tanvi Bhatkal, co-author of our new report projecting Asia-Pacific’s progress on the SDGs to 2030, writes about some of the key findings from the report.
The SDGs pose a number of pressing challenges, one of which is the struggle to end child marriage. Co-author of our new report Projecting progress: the SDGs in sub-Saharan Africa Thomas Aedy takes a look at trends on this goal and the vital importance of success.
Susan Nicolai, lead author of our new report projecting sub-Saharan Africa's progress on the SDGs to 2030, writes on the key findings from the report and what they mean for early action around the implementation of the goals in the region.
The "first 1000 days" of life are critical for a child's future: and the same is true of global agreements such as the Sustainable Development Goals. Andrea Ordóñez, Research Coordinator at Southern Voice, writes on the key priorities for implementation during the first three years of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) put great emphasis on leaving no one behind and ensuring progress is made for all. However, as Bitange Ndemo writes, the SDGs won't be achieved unless data collection and use is improved: "what gets measured gets done".
The 2015 Sustainable Development Goal agreement was a historic moment for development and for feminism. Much hope rests on the goals, but what will they really achieve, for people living in poverty, and for women in particular?
Achieving women's economic empowerment requires a challenge to the status quo - tinkering around the edges will not be enough.
Writing for the International Trade Forum, Development Progress Programme Officer Suzi Nandera says that It will take more than eliminating discrimination against women to achieve true gender equality.
With the huge achievement of a gender SDG, Abigail Hunt looks at how we can turn that recognition of the importance of gender issues into action on the problems facing women and girls. She sets out 5 steps to get us on the way to realising this goal.