The global community is working on the implementation of the UN Agenda 2030 with its 17 sustainable development goals and 169 targets which officially came into force on 1 January 2016. The focus of the Poverty-Wellbeing Shareweb is set on SDG 1 'end poverty in all its forms everywhere', which links directly or indirectly to other SDGs. SDG 10 'reduce inequality within and among countries' is specifically addressed under the Current Poverty Issue 'Equality, Equity, Inclusion'.
The 2030 Agenda pledges that 'no one will be left behind' (A/Res/70/1, p. 1).
Leave no one behind (LNOB) is seen as the overarching aim of the Agenda 2030. This page addresses questions about the Agenda 2030 and which are relevant from a poverty perspective.
More information about LNOB:
> SDC Working Tool on Leaving No One Behind (forthcoming)
> The Path to Leave No One Behind
> Market System Approaches and 'Leaving No One Behind'
> P20 Initiative: Focus on People, Not Poverty Lines…
> Leave No One Behind – Discrimination, Exclusion and the 2030 Agenda
> Will the 2030 development agenda really leave no one behind?
‘Leaving No One Behind’ – The Role of Intersecting Inequalities
> Reaching the Poorest of the Poor
> 17th October – International Day for the Eradication of Poverty
> ODI report: Financing the end of extreme poverty
> Is the world on track to end poverty by 2030? See for yourself through the World Poverty Clock
> Let's Rid the World of Ultra-Poverty
> Included or Excluded? Migration in the Post-2015 Development Agenda: An Assessment of the Proposal of the Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals
> A Post-2015 'Data Revolution' for Whom – and by Whom?
> Do We Really Need a SDG on Inequality?
> Local Governance: The Missing Link in the SDG Debate?
> The MDG Fundamentals: Improving Equity for Development
> MDGs and Equity: To download policy briefs and briefing papers from the ODI resources page, click
> Background: From MDGs to SDGs