Achieving SDGs amid aggravating climate change, conflicts and population displacement

The aggravation of climate change effects, violent conflicts, and population displacement in recent years has made achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) more challenging than anticipated. Overcoming challenges in these three areas requires more urgent and drastic reduction of greenhouse gas emissions; more efforts to pre-empt and resolve violent conflicts and to help conflict-affected countries refocus attention on development; and more effective national and global management of safe, regular and orderly migration. More importantly, efforts are needed to reduce inequality and insecurity both between and within countries, which drive all three challenges above, and to uphold multilateralism, which is necessary for dealing with each of them.

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