In September 2015, governments met in New York to adopt a new global framework to eradicate extreme poverty, reduce inequality and expand opportunity. This page brings together our work around this critical international process.
It's great that the IMF is thinking through how to support countries to achieve the SDGs. Here are eight recommendations for how it can bolster that support.
Leaving no one behind is now firmly at the top of the development agenda. But it will take a pragmatic approach to turn noble aims into reality.
These infographics explore the ambition of the Sustainable Development Goals and the stretch needed to achieve them by 2030.
Hosted by CDKN, economists from Metroeconomica and HR Wallingford launch the findings of their recent research on how tackling climate change will help achieve the Sustainable...
European Report on Development 2015: combining finance and policies to implement a transformative post-2015 development agenda
Financing the future: how international public finance should fund a global social compact to eradicate poverty
Global goals and international agreements: Lessons for the design of the Sustainable Development Goals
The 2014 CAPE conference: Does money matter? The role of finance in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals
Will money matter for the future of development? When much of the wider discourse is focused on how to raise more money, the 2014 CAPE conference will ask what sort of...
From the Millennium Development Goals to the Sustainable Development Goals: Learning the lessons from the trade diagnostic studies in the Pacific
How to build sustainable development goals: integrating human development and environmental sustainability in a new global agenda
Sustainable Development Goals: From 'silo thinking' towards an integrated approach. Insights from the European Report on Development
The Rio+20 Conference is leading a new agenda around Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), combining economic, social and environmental targets. Poor countries and the poorest people within them need growth and access to natural resources for human development...
European Report on Development 2011/2012 - Confronting scarcity: managing water, energy and land for inclusive and sustainable growth
This summer’s United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20) will centre on the ambition to create a set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGS). However many questions remain unanswered about how these goals would work in practice...
This report presents data on how countries are closing in on the MDG targets. It unpacks the targets and indicators to map out how the development process is playing out across countries and continents.