SDGs, Main Contributions and Challenges

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This publication provides a broad vision of the 2030 Agenda. The scientific community needs studies to examine the features that define the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the measures required for their full implementation by Member States and other actors. It is broad in terms of the topics analyzed and adopts a multidisciplinary approach. The study focuses on the commitments that the international community has assumed in the 2030 Agenda and formulates proposals that will make the Sustainable Development Goals effective. It outlines the goals as well as the mechanisms that have been established to achieve them.




As we have mentioned in previous editions, the Academic Chair on Development and Poverty Eradication (SDG Chair) is a joint initiative between the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Fund (SDGF) and the Rey Juan Carlos University. Its objective is to promote the engagement of Universities around the world in achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development through training, advocacy and research activities. The research of academics about how to achieve the 2030 Agenda is certainly a useful tool to promote international debate and raise awareness among national governments, international organizations, academia, civil society and the private sector that joint actions are needed to not leave anyone behind. Poverty eradication is the basic and primary objective of the international community to achieve the three dimensions of sustainable development: social, environmental and economic.


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