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Does LNOB really merit so much attention?

This post, written by Jan Vandemoortele, co-architect of the Millennium Development Goals and a “critical friend” of the Sustainable Development Goals, is the tenth in our blog series which aims to explore how the Sustainable Development Goals can be drafted to include all social and economic groups. The MDGs report card contains two salient features. First, it … Continue reading

How many people were left behind by unequal growth during the MDG period?

This post, written by Chris Hoy, Research Officer at ODI, and Emma Samman, is the ninth in our blog series which aims to explore how the Sustainable Development Goals can be drafted to include all social and economic groups.  Worsening inequality is a key challenge of our time. Evidence from Oxfam illustrates that next year, if current … Continue reading

5 things needed to turn the SDGs into reality

This post is written by Elizabeth Stuart, Research Fellow and Team Leader, Sustainable Development Goals, ODI, and originally appeared on Devex Now that the sustainable development goals are — in the main — agreed, what needs to happen to turn this global manifesto into a national policy agenda? The clock to SDG attainment will start ticking … Continue reading

Mapping the marginalised: leaving no one behind in Kibera

This post, written by Elizabeth Stuart, Research Fellow, ODI, and Erica Hagen, co-founder of Map Kibera, is the eighth in our blog series which aims to explore how the Sustainable Development Goals can be drafted to include all social and economic groups.  Kibera, the most populous slum in Nairobi (and East Africa), once appeared as a blank space … Continue reading

Leave no one behind? Not if you’re over 70

This post, written by Peter Lloyd-Sherlock, Professor of Social Policy and International Development, UEA, is the seventh in our blog series which aims to explore how the Sustainable Development Goals can be drafted to include all social and economic groups.  On 24 September 2015, all United Nations member states will ratify the Sustainable Development Goals Treaty. … Continue reading

Inclusive peace: how to leave no one behind

This post, written by Thomas Wheeler, Conflict and Security Adviser, Saferworld, is the sixth in our blog series which aims to explore how the Sustainable Development Goals can be drafted to include all social and economic groups.  Making development sustainable in conditions of violent conflict and insecurity is extremely challenging. Of the seven countries unlikely to … Continue reading

Leaving no one behind – it’s all about the data

This post, written by Harpinder Collacott, Executive Director Designate, Development Initiatives, is the fifth in our blog series which aims to explore how the Sustainable Development Goals can be drafted to include all social and economic groups. The success of the last decade has brought with it unprecedented political will to end extreme poverty by 2030 and … Continue reading

Water for all: how to ensure we leave no one behind

This post, written by Kitty Vander-Heijden, Director of the World Resources Institute Europe, is the fourth in our blog series which aims to explore how the Sustainable Development Goals can be drafted to include all social and economic groups.  Water is an essential component of human lives and livelihoods, and key to economic growth, health, food, energy and ecosystems … Continue reading

Leaving nobody behind in bad health requires Universal Health Coverage

This post, written by Rob Yates, health consultant at Chatham House and former Senior Health Economist at WHO, is the third in our blog series which aims to explore how the Sustainable Development Goals can be drafted to include all social and economic groups. How can we ensure that no one is left in bad health as … Continue reading

Leaving no one behind – it won’t be easy

This post is written by Kevin Watkins, ODI’s executive director, and is the second in our blog series which aims to explore how the Sustainable Development Goals can be drafted to include all social and economic groups. ‘Leave no one behind’ is the rallying call of the post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). As good causes go, … Continue reading

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January 1st, 2016
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