Ahead Of U.N. Summit, Opinion Pieces Continue To Address Various Aspects Of SDGs

The following opinion pieces address various aspects of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which the U.N. is expected to adopt.

Huffington Post: New Paradigm for Partnerships
Caitlin Burton, manager of institutional relations at the Grameen Foundation (9/24).

Huffington Post: Stories of Progress Are Stories of Partnership
Kathy Calvin, president and CEO of the United Nations Foundation (9/24).

Intellectual Property Watch: Inside Views: U.N. SDGs Need U-Turn On Governance For Health
Daniele Dionisio, member of the European Parliament Working Group on Innovation, Access to Medicines and Poverty-Related Diseases, adviser for “Medicines for the Developing Countries” for the Italian Society for Infectious and Tropical Diseases (SIMIT), and head of the research project PEAH — Policies for Equitable Access to Health (9/24).

Devex: Integrated and indivisible: What the fight to end pediatric AIDS tells us about the future of sustainable global health
Charles Lyons, president and CEO of the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (9/24).

The Guardian: The sustainable development goals: we’re all developing countries now
Henrietta Moore, director of the UCL Institute for Global Prosperity (9/25).

Devex: Are the global goals within reach? When you invest in women, yes
Alyse Nelson, president and CEO of Vital Voices Global Partnership (9/24).

The Lancet: From MDG to SDG: good news for global child health?
Sebastian Taylor of Royal College of Pediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH); Bhanu Williams of RCPCH and the Department of Pediatrics at London North West Hospitals National Health Service Trust; Dan Magnus of the Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine at the Hospital for Sick Children; Anu Goenka of the University of Manchester; and Neena Modi of RCPCH and Imperial College London (9/26).

Huffington Post: Billions to Trillions: Financing the Global Goals
Gavin E.R. Wilson, CEO of IFC Asset Management Company (9/24).

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