Sustainable Development Goals
The Sustainable Development Goals constitute a new international approach entitled Transforming our world, as these goals were set by the United Nations, as stated in the United Nations General Assembly resolution on 25 September 2015, and these goals were included in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
The goals (17) are related to each other through (169) goals, and cover a wide range of social and economic development issues.
States bear the primary responsibility for monitoring progress in their achievement, which requires the collection of qualitative - easily accessible - data in a timely manner, so that follow - up and review at the regional level are based on analyzes conducted at the national level, thus contributing to global follow - up and review.
The approach of the Sustainable Development Goals represents a qualitative shift that adds a lot to youth conferences, and diversifies the programs it covers, and links the various activities with the sustainable development goals, which is a clear confirmation of the status of this important societal segment (the youth category) as a main beneficiary of the sustainable development process, and a practitioner of activities through which to identify the contents and objectives of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its goals.
The goals were adopted unanimously by the member states of the United Nations as they address the needs of people in both developed and developing countries, and these goals stress the need to include everyone without exception. The plan addresses the three dimensions of sustainable social, economic and environmental development, and addresses important issues related to peace, justice and the effectiveness of national institutions.
The sixteenth goal (16) is the youth’s goal in the sustainable development goals by emphasizing reducing all forms of violence, eliminating all forms of violence and torture against children, in addition to emphasizing the application of the rule of law at the national and international levels to ensure justice for all, as well as ensuring the participation of all In decision-making, emphasizing accountability issues and promoting principles of good governance.
As a result, the sustainable development plan calls for action on five main topics:
People, Planet, Prosperity, Peace and Partnerships. In order to achieve these goals, Taqarob For Civil Society Development strives to play its pioneering role in achieving the sustainable development goals that fall under its multiple projects in coordination and cooperation with local and international partners.