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This handbook has been developed for parliamentarians as a tool to promote parliamentary engagement on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development was launched by a UN Summit in New York on 25-27 September 2015 and is aimed at ending poverty in all its forms.
The publication “The Sustainable Development Goals: What Local Governments Need to Know” explains how each of the 17 SDGs relates to the daily work of local and regional governments.
Initiated by the Volyn' region, the results of the discussion on the adapted targets and indicators for their monitoring were finalized in the form of the Regional Report "Sustainable Development Goals: Volyn'-2030", which provides the baseline for sustainable development at the regional level in Ukraine.
Initiated by the Dnipropetrovsk region, the results of the discussion on the adapted targets and indicators for their monitoring were finalized in the form of the Regional Report "Sustainable Development Goals: Dnipro-2030", which provides the baseline for sustainable development at the regional level in Ukraine.
Created by young people for young people, this guide consists of daily actions and projects that you can organise with your friends to help achieve these 3 extraordinary things. 
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.
Between July and September 2016 oblast consultations on adaptation and localization of SDGs were held in Ukraine, aiming to determine priority Goals and ways to achieve them. This initiative brought together voices from all around the country.
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 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.
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.
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.