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MMS & the UN news Jan 2016

2016, International year of Pulses

Dear Readers,
Hope you are having a good start of 2016.

A recap of the year 2015 can be found in the link below to some of the year’s major moments at the UN. http://www.un.org/en/year-in-review/

Follow up of Sustainable Development Goals
SDG.Guide : The guide offers practical suggestions for how to get started with implementing the 2030 Agenda, including how to measure current performance and how to prepare a roadmap for the design of SDG strategies. It also includes tools to support the design of sector- and goal-based strategies to achieve the SDGs.

https://sdg.guide/why-a-guide-for-getting-started-ccda0d670cd2#.uowgd7qb1

The song and video on SDGs. Please view the video here: http://17goals.org/sdgmove

HLPF: High Level Political Forum : The HLPF is the central UN platform for the follow-up and review of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development adopted at the UN Summit on 25 September 2015. HLPF 2016 will be the …

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MMS and the UN news letter -May

 

Tackling Inequality, the greatest challenge in UN discussions: Tackling inequality is the greatest growing development challenge for the UN panel discussions on Development agenda. We cannot eradicate poverty by 2030 without tackling inequality. If we simply rely on optimistic growth patterns, 400 million people will still be living in extreme poverty by that deadline. Civil society is  pushing the topic to be in the priority list among many other challenges. The people of Bhutan see that money and hyper-consumption aren’t what contribute to happiness and well-being; they are a model for the rest of the world. Read more on  “Tiny Bhutan redefines progress”  at  wwwdavidsuzuki.org

Role of NGOs commended at the UN: A recent UN report says that Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) play a crucial role in reaching the MDGs( Millennium Development Goals) and in designing Sustainable Development Goals, (SDGs) as well as a post-2015 development agenda. They advise on …

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