Today around the world people are surrounded by fruits of industrial revolution and global economic growth. At the same time
our civilization faced serious economic, social and environmental problems. Human activity led to accidents and problems: climatic changes, the shortage of fresh water, degradation of ecosystems, armed conflicts, unemployment, fast spread of infectious diseases, forced labor and another is much.
The mankind at the end of the last millennium chose a new paradigm of development – sustainable development. Today it is the only diplomatically coordinated approach to development based on global cooperation between all countries.
In September, 2015 193 member states of the United Nations accepted the new agenda of development for continuation of progress in achievement of sustainable development – “Transformation of our world: the agenda in the field of sustainable development until 2030”
At the Summit on the Sustainable development which took place on September 25, 2015 member states of the UN adopted the Agenda in the field of Sustainable Development until 2030 which includes the list from 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) directed to poverty elimination, fight against inequality and injustice, and also the solution of the problems connected with climatic changes.
IMC, differently known as the Global Purposes, were constructed on the basis of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG), eight purposes on fight against poverty for which achievement the world sought during the period till 2015. The new global purposes and wider program for sustainable development in the tasks go much further, than TsRT, addressing root causes of the poverty and general need of development which is crucial for all mankind.
This Agenda is the plan of activity for the good of people, the planet and welfare. Sustainable development consists of three basic elements connected with each other – economy, society and the environment.
UNDP administrator Helen Clarke noted: “This agreement marks an important milestone in the path of an inclusive and sustainable world. If we work together, we can lead our society to peace, prosperity and well-being, and preserve our planet “
Thanks to its global position, the United Nations is a platform for discussing the pressing problems of all the people of the world and strengthening their capacity for the benefit of the world.
The programme of sustainable development until 2030 cannot be implemented without the participation of all and everyone, because not for nothing the main principle of SDG-2030 is “no one should be left out”
The UN resolution on SDG-2030 was adopted on 25 September 2015. 193 countries signed this document, including Kazakhstan.
Dear friends! This document, with the beautiful title “Transforming Our World: The Sustainable Development Agenda 2030,” is read quite easily. We invite you to familiarize yourself with it and to be on the trend of this global Agenda.
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The Agenda entered into force on 1 January 2016 and includes the 17 of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and 169 targets to be achieved by 31 December 2030, with the exception of earlier targets.
SDGs cannot be considered as imposed or promoted by the UN. SDGs are not an internal UN agenda, but a programme for all countries and stakeholders.
SDGs include all elements of the well-being of mankind on the planet now and in the future. That is why their implementation is important to each of us and everyone should be aware of these Goals.
The international community believes that success in implementing the Goals depends primarily on the involvement of civil society. 4 years after the adoption of the 2030 Agenda, awareness of SDGs among the population is still low. And that is a fact that we also acknowledge.
Therefore, dear friends, we will also announce that we as the leading “green” organizations of the country – “International organization” Expo & Women, “Coalition for green economy and development G-global” and recently created “Agrarian Union of Women of Kazakhstan” declare our new initiative and create the Public Institute “Leaders of SDG-2030 in Kazakhstan” and the School of SDG
A new section opens on our website and we start our new project.
Read about it in the following news.
Project Manager: Lyazat Askarova