Mexico was one of the countries to lead on developing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). As part of IRF’s series of interviews on implementation, Gerardo Franco from RIMISP talked to Adolfo Ayuso-Audry from Mexico’s Specialised Technical Committee for the Sustainable Development Goals Information System about how the country was approaching implementation.
A UK parliamentary committee wants to know how best to deliver the Sustainable Development Goals. One year into the 2030 Agenda, countries are starting to explore different paths.
22 August 2016 – this week’s SDG Delivery Update compiles news, opinions, reports, and events related to the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals, including details this week of case studies on SDG implementation in Pakistan and Bangladesh, and blogs on partnership, collaboration and communication and the importance of local processes.
Do global indicators risk masking sub-national variations? A new briefing from IIED and EVALSDGs looks at the role of monitoring and evaluation in getting the most from indicators.
This week’s SDG Delivery Update includes news, opinions, reports, and events related to the Sustainable Development Goals, with details this week of the High Level Political Forum which opens in New York.
In the second IRF interview looking at national approaches to implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Chime Paden Wangdi from Bhutan explains how her country’s philosophy of seeking Gross National Happiness aligns with the SDGs.
20 June – this week’s SDG Delivery Update - a compilation of news, opinions, reports, and events related to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – includes details of a McKinsey report on bridging global infrastructure gaps, UNDP’s year in review and reports from European Development Days.
Måns Nilsson from SEI explains in an interview a new framework for mapping and categorising interactions between different Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which has been published as an ICSU working paper.
Policy coherence is essential if governments are to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and some governments are already leading the way.
A new briefing from EVALSDGs, IIED, and Evalpartners argues that evaluation will be crucial to the success of the Sustainable Development Goals, and that this means more than just measuring progress on individual indicators.