Sharing a people’s perspective on the SDGs

By Ronja Ievers (Hui E! Community Aotearoa) E nga mana, E nga reo It has been 4 years since New Zealand made a commitment, when it signed onto the global 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, to empower people, reduce inequalities, promote social, economic and political inclusion, and to leave no one behind. Yet knowledge about the SDGs in New Zealand is still fragmented, and government engagement is low. Inequalities continue to exist and we are facing a major threat to our land, bio diversity, waterways and marine life. When the government therefore announced to present its first progress report (voluntary“Sharing a people’s perspective on the SDGs”

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