Global spotlight report challenges the notion that “trillions of private finance” are needed to advance SDG implementation and highlights the centrality of public policies and investments, pointing out how developed countries’ refusal to any meaningful democratization of global economic governance remains the key obstacle to unlocking the necessary means of implementation
Areas of Engagement
Global Spotlight Report says SDG2 is only achievable if present food systems change towards agroecological diversification and food sovereignty.
Global report assesses how privatization and corporate capture have become obstacles to progress under the 2030 Agenda
The SID Secretariat is pleased to announce that Dr. Lahcen Haddad has been elected Vice President of the SID International Governing Council.
Lahcen Haddad (Morocco) is a World Bank expert in human and social development. He is Professor with the Toulouse Business School in Casablanca and an affiliated writer/contributor with Harvard Business Review and Entrepreneur. He is also member of the World Bank and IMF Parliamentary Network Governing Board.
The last few weeks of May have been quite intense on the global governance side. The Financing for Development Forum in New York (22-26 May), the World Health Assembly in Geneva (22-31 May) and the G7 in Taormina (26-27 May) - to mention a few among the various events on the UN agenda - followed one to the other.
Regrettably, a common thread running through these events is evident - which is the confirmation that the United Nations and the broader global governance are going through a regressive – rather than progressive - historical moment.
To be successful, the next session should encourage constructive negotiations between States about concrete and detailed elements of the future treaty, so too for the establishment of a road map for their completion, says the Alliance in a recent statement.
The SID Secretariat is pleased to announce that Larry Cooley has been elected President of the SID International Governing Council.
Development Volume 58.4 on Sustainable Industrial Transformation is out now!
Volume 58.2/3 explores what process of rural transformation will likely emerge from the context of the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development: whether this transformation will be driven by agro-business and therefore succumb to its predatory nature towards land, resources and rights or whether it will be centred around rural and grassroots communities’ interests and demands.
The Nominations and Election Committee of the SID Governing Council is pleased to announce that a new Governing Council has been elected for the period 2017-2020. A full list of the new members and their brief bio-notes can be found here.