Sustainable Development Goals
What are the proposed Global Goals?
At the end of 2014, the UN Secretary General presented the synthesis report “The road to dignity by 2030” covering all the processes and reports related to post-2015, including the UN consultations.
UNDP and the SDGs
What is UNDP's role with the SDGs?
Over the past three years, UNDP and the UN Development Group (UNDG) have been facilitating an unprecedented global conversation. This has connected with a diverse set of stakeholders, including vulnerable groups, women, young people, people with disabilities and the private sector, as well as all levels of the government.
The global conversation in numbers:
- 7.3 million people have ranked their priorities for the future via the MY World survey
- National consultations on the ‘world that people want’ in almost 100 countries
- 11 global thematic consultations via the World We Want website
- More than 4 million World We Want total page views and 7,000 visitors per month
- 6 consultations on means of implementation with more than 30,000 participants
- Innovative and illustrative governance goals piloted in 5 countries; pilot goals on disaster risk reduction in 5 countries
- Over 1 million qualitative contributions aggregated by the project’s People’s Voices Data Mining Tool
The key messages from the two reports ‘A Million Voices’ and ‘Delivering the Post-2015 Development Agenda,’ which summarize the findings from the global conversation, are clear: People want to be a part of delivering this new agenda, and to hold governments and businesses accountable for their promises and commitments. People stressed the importance of participation, inclusion, as well as strengthened capacities and partnerships.