The world has 231 measurable indicators tracking progress on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which will help the international community achieve a better world by 2030. As the global statistical community recently convened at the 51st session of the United Nations Statistical Commission on 3-6 March 2020, Member States adopted 36 changes to this SDG indicator framework.
It is already clear that work on the SDGs in 2020 is going to be characterised by a new sense of urgency. With only ten years left to deliver on the Global Goals – and clear evidence that we are not on track – there is a pressing need to mobilise all resources, seize every opportunity, and identify every accelerator that can help us get there.
Promover el libro y la lectura a través de la tecnología es el objetivo central de proyecto Cuba Digital, que bajo el lema “Leer + Digital: por un desarrollo sostenible” inauguró su tercera edición en el ámbito de la 29ª Feria Internacional del Libro de La Habana.
Culture must be at the heart of urban sustainable development, a UAE minister has said, adding that Abu Dhabi's population of many nationalities and innovation have made the city one of the best in the world.
Worldwide, the cultural and creative industries are a rapidly growing area, and a focus of interest for many countries, considering it a breakthrough field in national development.
The cultural identity of each nation is unique, which is the "identity" of each country on the journey of integration. What values does the present Vietnamese cultural identity include and contribute to the country's integration and development journey? We had a conversation with Deputy Minister of MOCST Ta Quang Dong to clarify this issue.