This September, the United Nations will commit to the new Sustainable Development Goals, which will succeed the Millennium Development Goals. The SDGs outline a new and ambitious worldwide effort to reduce poverty and hunger, improve health, enable equality, protect the planet and much more.
To illustrate that point, my client, the Global Partnership for Education, called on me to help them spell out the prominent evidence that real progress on all 17 of the new SDGs is only possible if all children receive a quality education.
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