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Sustainable Development Goals 2015: Unpacked

0No Poverty
0Zero Hunger
0Good Health and Well-Being
0Quality Education
0Gender Equality
0Clean Water and Sanitation

0Affordable and Clean Energy
0Decent Work and Economic Growth
0Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
0Reduced Inequality
0Sustainable Cities and Communities
0Responsible Consumption and Production
0Climate Action
0Life below Water
0Life on Land
0Peace and Justice Strong Insitutions
0Partnerships for the Goals

United Nations (UN) member states adopted Transforming our Lives at the UN Summit to adopt the Post-2015 development agenda on September 25-27, 2015. In doing so, states agreed to a new agenda for global sustainable development, replacing the eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) that expire at the end of this year. Over the next 15 years, the international community will be guided by 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), integrating the three broad pillars of sustainable development: economic, social and environmental wellbeing.

So what are these global goals all about? And why should Canada and Canadians pay attention to them?

Over the coming weeks, the Canadian Council for International Co-operation and the Canadian International Development Platform(CIDP) are collaborating on a new blog series aimed at unpacking the ins and outs of the SDGs and their implications for Canada. The blogs will feature commentary on the CIDP blog and Huffington Post Canada’s Development Unplugged. Contributors will comment on the overall success of the SDGs, looking at where wins exist and where the agenda falls short. They will also highlight the implications for Canada – both in terms of domestic policy and international cooperation. The series will cover a range of thematic areas included in the SDGs, including health, the environment, income inequality and gender equality.

Stay tuned as we unpack these global goals in the weeks ahead!

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