The Sustainable Development Goals 2030

The Sustainable Development Goals 2030

The United Nations Development Goals known as "Sustainable Development Goals 2030", which entered into force in 2016 based on what has been accomplished (in the period from 2000 to 2015).

It is a global call to unite us in order to bring about real positive change for human beings and the planet. Among the most important priorities of the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development: Eliminate poverty -Ensure peace and prosperity -Protect the planet from climate change and conflicts. The Agenda has been updated to include several new priorities: Enforce economic equality -Counter the effects of climate change- Promote innovation – Guarantee peace, justice and sustainable consumption.

The Agenda 2030 is a comprehensive agenda consisting of 17 sustainable development goals, the achievement of which requires working pragmatically in a spirit of partnership so that we can all improve our quality of life in a sustainable way and ensure a better future for the generations to come.
The Nasser Fellowship is based on Goal 4 of the Sustainable Development Goals: “Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all.”

Education is one of the most powerful and stable means of achieving sustainable development. The aim is to provide equal access to vocational training, eliminate disparities due to gender or wealth in access to education, and guarantee universal access to high-quality education.

Goal 5: “Achieve Gender Equality and Empower all Women and Girls” Ensure equal rights in education, work, and public life, and economic resources (such as women’s share of lands and assets).

Ensure universal access to quality sexual and reproductive health services. Despite the higher number of women in public positions today than ever before, greater gender equality cannot be ensured without strengthening policies, legislation and programs that encourage and qualify women to assume leadership positions.

Goal 17: “Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development”
Enhance South-North/ South-South Cooperation by supporting national plans that aim to achieve all the goals.  Improving access to technology and knowledge is an important means of exchanging ideas and promoting innovation.

This is vital to achieve sustainable growth and development by passionately committing to partnerships and cooperation, at the international level.