Achieving the SDGs requires radical change to attitudes, priorities and the way the international community confronts global challenges.
The SDGs recognise the human impact and dependence on the natural environment. This section considers the symbiotic needs of people and planet.
Equality and rights are at the heart of the SDGs. Addressing inequalities and protecting minorities will deliver benefits for all.
Major flaws in the functioning of the global economy have led to widespread disaffection; what changes are needed to create an economy that nurtures the SDGs?
Peace and stable institutions are elusive pre-requisites for development. This section looks at ways to alleviate the damage caused by conflicts and address persistent institutional fragility.