New analysis shows that economic growth alone will not be enough to end global poverty and meet the global poverty-related SDGs, which will be missed by a considerable distance. It is time to rethink our policy making.
After another busy year for all our working groups, we here from the SDGs, Funding, Communications, Disability and Development, Humanitarian and People in the Picture groups about what they’ve been up to, and what they’re planning for 2024.
What happened at the 2023 Sustainable Development Goals Summit and are the UK’s commitments to the SDGs too little too late?
Newcastle University researchers explore how the UK must redefine itself as a leader on the SDGs and respond to the commitments needed to tackle poverty, inequality and climate change.
This research provides an analysis of how the UK is placed to respond to the national and global commitments needed from states to support the SDGs at the midpoint of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Bond Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Group recommendations for commitments at the 2023 SDG Summit
Bond’s SDG Working Group has developed these recommendations for accelerating the UK’s progress in actioning its commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), reflecting on the Guidance Notes for States.
What is the role of All-Party Parliamentary Groups (APPGs) in the international development sector?
How is the UK doing, when it comes to eradicating extreme poverty and achieving the SDGs? Bond’s working groups tell us.
As we near the half-way mark of the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, what is and isn’t working in terms of implementation, and what needs to change to realise the agenda?