Tag: MSc research

Nikki Theeuwes publishes IISD SDG Knowledge Hub blog on policy coherence & the SDGs in India

Nikki Theeuwes publishes IISD SDG Knowledge Hub blog on policy coherence & the SDGs in India

Nikki Theeuwes publishes IISD SDG Knowledge Hub blog on policy coherence & the SDGs in India Implementing the SDGs: Acknowledge Prioritizations, Do Not Neglect Them Story highlights: Leaving No One Behind illustrates that the starting point of sustainable development is social inequality; lessons from Haryana, India, demonstrate this point. The experiences of Haryana show that although SDG policy coherence is…

Does SDG 10: Reduced Inequalities signify a new global norm?

Does SDG 10: Reduced Inequalities signify a new global norm?

Does SDG 10: Reduced Inequalities signify a new global norm? In response to growing political concerns about the rise in inequality within and between countries, the 17 Sustainable Development Goals adopted in 2015 by the UN and its member states include Goal 10, which appears to be a groundbreaking goal to reduce inequality. For her MSc Thesis at Utrecht University…

Prioritisation of SDGs: National trends, international assistance, and global governance implications

Prioritisation of SDGs: National trends, international assistance, and global governance implications

Prioritisation of SDGs: National trends, international assistance, and global governance implications How can the process of SDG prioritisation and the relationship between this phenomenon and the assistance provided by United Nations Specialised Agencies, Funds and Programmes be explained? For her MSc thesis at Utrecht University Oana Forestier identified which SDGs are prioritised by nineteen national governments, delved into national prioritisation…