SDGs Must Be Measurable For Both Developing, Developed Countries

Inter Press Service: U.N.’s New Development Goals Must Also Be Measurable for Rich
“The United Nations is on the verge of releasing a new set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) — perhaps 17 or more — to replace the eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) which will run out by the end of 2015. … According to some development experts, the world’s rich nations have mostly failed to meet their obligations on MDG target 8 which called for a ‘global partnership for development’ between developed and developing nations…” (Deen, 7/15).

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