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15 September 2017 - The ‘Sustainable Development Goals: Ukraine’ national report provides the baseline and benchmarks for Ukraine to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) approved by the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Summit 2015.
15 September 2016 - UNICEF published the brochure summarising availability and disaggregation of child-related global SDG indicators. The publication suggests that data availability for over half of child-related SDG indicators is either limited or poor. Download Brochure
Kyiv, July, 2016 - In 2000 the United Nations Millennium Declaration identies the targets of global development 2015 – the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The UN Summit convened in 2010 for a major review of progress against the MDGs initiated a rst intergovernmental dialogue on the substantive preparations for the post-2015 global development agenda.
The World Programme of Action for Youth (WPAY), adopted by the General Assembly in 1995, provides a policy framework and practical guidelines for national action and international support to improve the situation of young people around the world. The WPAY covers fifteen youth priority areas and contains proposals for action in each of these areas. Objectives and actions reflect the three themes of the first International Youth Year: Participation, Development, Peace in 1985; they are interlinked and mutually reinforcing.
Introducing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. In 2000, 189 countries of the world came together to face the future. And what they saw was daunting. Famines. Drought. Wars. Plagues. Poverty. The perennial problems of the world. Not just in some faraway place, but in their own cities and towns and villages. They knew things didn’t have to be this way. They knew we had enough food to feed the world, but that it wasn’t getting shared. They knew there were medicines for HIV and other diseases, but that they cost a lot. They knew that earthquakes and floods were inevitable, but that the high death tolls were not.
The year 2015 presents us with an opportunity that will not come again our generation. As an important contribution to the negotiations leading up to the September 2015 summit, the Secretary-General informally presented an advance unedited version of his synthesis report to UN Member States on 4 December 2014 to assist their preparations.
The Global Youth Call for Prioritizing Youth in the Post-2015 Development Agenda reflects the participation of over 1700 youth organizations, the UN Major Group on Children and Youth, the International Coordination Meeting of Youth Organisations (ICMYO), the Alliance for International Youth Development, the United Nations Inter-agency Network on Youth Development, and intergovernmental organizations The Commonwealth and Ibero-American Youth Organization (OIJ).
The global mobilization behind the Millennium Development Goals has produced the most successful anti-poverty movement in history. The landmark commitment entered into by world leaders in the year 2000—to “spare no effort to free our fellow men, women and children from the abject and dehumanizing conditions of extreme poverty”—was translated into an inspiring framework of eight goals and, then, into wide-ranging practical steps that have enabled people across the world to improve their lives and their future prospects.
MY World was developed with one clear goal in mind —to reach out to people all over the world— and ask them: “What would make your life better?”. Taking advantage of grass roots partnerships and technology unavailable when the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) were set in 2000, the intention is to play a part in making the new Sustainable Development Agenda inclusive, relevant and popular —because what the MDGs have taught us is that we work better together.
Sustainable development has been the overarching goal of the international community since the UN Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in 1992. Amongst numerous commitments, the Conference called upon governments to develop national strategies for sustainable development, incorporating policy measures outlined in the Rio Declaration and Agenda 21.
Do you plan an event dedicated to sustainable development? Use the the package of information materials on Sustainable Development Goals prepared by the United Nations in Ukraine. 
End extreme poverty. Fight inequality and injustice. Fix climate change. Whoa. The Global Goals are important, world-changing objectives that will require cooperation among governments, international organizations and world leaders. It seems impossible that the average person can make an impact. Should you just give up? No! Change starts with you. Seriously. Every human on earth—even the most indifferent, laziest person among us—is part of the solution.
The publication contains analysis of information gathered from the survey «Youth of Ukraine - 2015». It includes analysis of the state of youth today, mechanisms of personal fulfillment and inclusion of youth in social processes and public life. 
Analytical research «Youth of Ukraine - 2015» was carried out by GfK Ukraine on request of the Ministry of Youth and Sports of Ukraine with the financial support of the UN organizations in Ukraine: UN Population Fund, UN Development Programme, The UN Children’s Fund, UN Volunteers programme and Office of UN Resident Coordinator.
This report highlights the progress in the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) as of September 2014, measured using a wide range of informational, analytical and statistical materials.
This report presents a vision of post-2015 development priorities based on the & ndings of national consultations held in Ukraine between January and April 2013. It provides a synthesis of public opinion, expert analysis, and the views of individuals that were expressed during the national consultations and in surveys. The report also includes recommendations on how to ensure sustainable human development in Ukraine and in the world.
The infographed report presents a snapshot of key data and benchmarks of Millenium Development Goals in Ukraine