The 2018 Social Good Summit once again reminded all of us how much there is to accomplish by 2030 while …
In 2015, 193 world leaders came together at the United Nations to launch the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a universal …
Findings raise concerns about whether policymakers are equipped with and sufficiently using the information required to drive action towards the gender equality targets that are part of the SDGs.
The Sustainable Development Goals promise to leave no one behind. But millions of girls and women will continue to be invisible and excluded in 2030 without more gender-sensitive data to inform decisions and investments that can transform their lives.
In 2015, the United Nations launched the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)—also known as the Global Goals—to change the world for the better and leave no one behind by 2030.
If we want to effect real impact in the world, it’s critical for different types of foundations to come together to leverage their unique resources.
We’re just a few weeks in and already 2017 is shaping up to be a roller coaster of a year. The key for all of us will be to stay on track and keep focused on the work that matters.