S U S T A I N A B L E
D E V E L O P M E N T
G o a l s f o r t h e
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NOW IS THE TIME: 10 YEARS
TO TRANSFORM OUR WORLD!
On 22 January 2020, the Secretary-General outlined his priorities for the year, including the Decade of Action.
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The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development launched a Technology Facilitation Mechanism (TFM), which had been established by the Addis Ababa Action Agenda in order to support the Sustainable Development Goals. Member States agreed that it would “… be based on a multi-stakeholder collaboration between Member States, civil society, the private sector, the scientific community, United Nations entities and other stakeholders and will be composed of a United Nations inter-agency task team on science, technology and innovation for the sustainable development goals, a collaborative multi-stakeholder forum on science, technology and innovation for the sustainable development goals and an online platform.”
The collaborative Multi-Stakeholder Forum on Science, Technology and Innovation for the Sustainable Development Goals (“STI Forum”) is convened annually by the President of ECOSOC and expected to “discuss science, technology and innovation cooperation around thematic areas for the implementation of the sustainable development goals, congregating all relevant stakeholders to actively contribute in their area of expertise.”
It will “provide a venue for facilitating interaction, matchmaking and the establishment of networks between relevant stakeholders and multistakeholder partnerships in order to identify and examine technology needs and gaps, including with regard to scientific cooperation, innovation and capacity-building, and also in order to help facilitate development, transfer and dissemination of relevant technologies for the sustainable development goals”.
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I M P O R T A N T
R e m i n d e r . . .
Millennium Development Goals
doesn’t actually end . . .
The work of SDGs begin!
M u s t S e e V i d e o
What should the world do now?
Keep on tracking . . .
Development Goals [SDGs]
The Animated gif shows the constallation of the Galileo Satellites moving around Earth Courtesy, Wikimedia Commons - Photo/Author - Lukas Rohr
There are two facts the whole world can
One fact is that the duration of an
era referred to as a
“M i l l e n n i u m” is 1,000 Years.
Another undeniable fact is that there
certainly is . . .
“MUCH WORK TO
“N O W”
and for many generations to come.
An applaudable accomplishment is to build
a house with all the necessities, comforts
and trimmings. But an even more
praiseworthy and rewarding
satisfaction is to
“s u s t a i n t h e h o u s e ”
and all of its benefits after it’s
been successfully built.
The same applaudable rewards and
satisfaction should also be sought
when efforts are made in terms of
“Sustainable Development Goals.”
As the world community has crossed
the threshold of a new Century and
Millennium, global situations
wherein Humanity’s poorest
of the poor is yet prevalent. Multitudes
of the poor and helpless are yet
languishing around the world in
utter neglect and stagnation.
The painful sufferings of
the poor - now before
the eyes of Nations
great and small - are stark reminders
of the need to unite with carefully
planned and achievable goals:
developmental objectives that can
result in “sustainable” outcomes
suitable for the benefit
of Humanity as a whole.
The many willing and helping hands that
work to achieve sustainable ends are
the very hands that are shaping
a better world for future
generations – already with us today.
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