Starting strong: effective implementation of the SDGs

In September 2015, governments met in New York to adopt a new global framework to eradicate extreme poverty, reduce inequality and expand opportunity – the Sustainable Development Goals. This blog series, launched ahead of our Starting Strong: the first 1000 days of the SDGs – Regional Dialogues, explores the first steps needed to achieve the goals by 2030.

Helen Clark: Speech at High-Level Political Forum side event: Early action to leave no one behind: delivering for the world’s poorest people – Helen Clark

Why focus on the first 1000 days of the SDGs? – Andrea Ordóñez

Achieving the SDGs: what gets measured gets done – Bitange Ndemo

Early days, early opportunity: SDG projections for sub-Saharan Africa – Susan Nicolai

Asia-Pacific & the SDGs: positive signs but concerted action still needed – Tanvi Bhatkal

Starting Strong: Asia Dialogue on the first 1000 days of the SDGs – Priyanthi Fernando

How can no poverty, no hunger or peace and justice be business’ business? – Elisa Moscolin

ODI’s Projecting Progress: An early warning system for the LAC region – Javier Surasky

Proyecciones sobre los ODS: Un sistema de alerta temprana para la región – Javier Surasky

We must act fast on the global goals, or risk leaving the poorest behind – Elizabeth Stuart

Here’s what can be achieved in 1000 days to ‘leave no one behind’ – Elizabeth Stuart