The UN Sustainable Development Goals are 17 commitments, often referred to as the SDGs. These were adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 25th September 2015 following UN resolution 79/01.
The SDGs seek to eliminate hardship in our communities, improve health and wellbeing, address quality issues in education, remove inequalities, build strong international relationships and democratic institutions as well as protect our environment.
Through the adopted of resolution 79/01, the international community made a commitment to implement the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.
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