Sustainable development and Agenda 2030

Imagine a world where no one is left out. A world where every human being has the opportunity to be included economically, socially and politically on equal terms.

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is a global political commitment to try to create jsuch a world. In Swedish the SDGs are often referred to as Agenda 2030.

In 2015, world leaders adopted a new global development agenda to create a more sustainable world by 2030.

The agenda contains 17 goals and 169 sub-goals. Many of the goals in Agenda 2030 are in practice about realizing human rights.

To create long-term sustainable development, therefore, both political will and knowledge of what human rights entail are needed.

An ambition with Agenda 2030 is that it should include everyone. But how do we make sure that no one is left behind in practice?

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