What are the SDGs?

Sustainable Development Goals

In January 2016 the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were realised.  These 17 ‘Global Goals’, together with 169 varying targets, provides a common framework for all sectors of society to work within to achieve a world without extreme poverty, inequality and climate change by 2030.

In 2016 the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were realised.  These 17 ‘Global Goals’, together with 169 varying targets, provides a common framework for all sectors of society to work within to achieve a world without extreme poverty, inequality and climate change by 2030.

This also relates to Australia and fighting major issues that adjunct our society in slowing movement forward towards equality.

At the heart of implementing the goals is the premise that cross-sector collaboration is essential for success – not just by civil society and governments, but the full range of stakeholders, including communities, businesses and individuals. No one sector or organisation alone can achieve the scale of change needed but as communities, our output can lead the way for government decisions.

The Equanimity Project meets over 50% of the Sustainable Development Goals as defined by the United Nations.  Each goal, short or long term, has a positive effect on Australian society.

 

The Equanimity Project has identified and established expertise in 100% of the UN’s PCP (The Perception Change Project) 10 types of expertise.

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