Ahead Of U.N. Summit, Opinion Pieces Discuss 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 at an upcoming summit.

Devex: 7 steps toward sustainable development by 2030
Andrew Griffiths of Sightsavers U.K. and co-chair of Beyond 2015; Philipp Schönrock of CEPEI Colombia and co-chair of Beyond 2015; Leo Williams, Beyond 2015 international coordinator; and Naiara Costa, Beyond 2015 advocacy director (9/23).

Devex: Promoting healthy lives, access to water and well-being for all
Tessie Tzavaras Catsambas, president and chief financial officer at EnCompass (9/23).

Huffington Post: Parliaments the Key to SDGs Success
Martin Chungong, secretary general of the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) (9/23).

Devex: Without tackling substandard medicines, health goals will falter
Reema Jweied-Guegel, vice president of development at U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention (USP) (9/23).

Huffington Post: Why Health Care Must Remain A Priority For New Sustainable Development Goals To Work
Mit Philips, head of the health access team at the advocacy and analysis unit at Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), and Aine Markham, health policy analyst and adviser at MSF (9/24).

Huffington Post: Reproductive Freedom for the World’s Poorest Women
Joy Phumaphi, co-chair of Aspen Global Leaders Council for Reproductive Health and executive secretary of the African Leaders Malaria Alliance, and Aparajita Gogoi, national coordinator of White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood, India (9/23).

Huffington Post: 4 Reasons Why You Need to Celebrate Our New Global Goals
Lisa Schechtman, director of policy and advocacy at WaterAid America (9/23).

The Conversation: U.N. Sustainable Development Goals
Various authors (9/23).

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