Online Article: Engaging Civil Society to Tackle Corruption: Three Ideas for Activists to Capitalise on the Sustainable Development Goal Framework

Corruption is a major impediment to reaching the Sustainable Development Goals.

Adopted in 2015, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) call on world leaders to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure global peace and prosperity for all by the year 2030. Corruption represents a major obstacle to reaching the 17 goals that 193 countries have committed to achieve under this ambitious global development agenda. Corruption hampers economic growth, increases poverty and fuels political and social instability.

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  • English
Topics Anti-corruption
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Author (individual) Marie Chene
Publisher Voices for Transparency
Publication date 2018
Pagination Online Article
Keywords Activists,SDG framework,Civil society role
Date uploaded August 25, 2020, 05:07 (UTC)
Date modified August 25, 2020, 05:08 (UTC)