Using the network of SDGs for integrated international cooperation

Scholz, Imme
External Publications (2019)

in: Shaping sustainability: the 2030 Agenda in German development cooperation; Focus Report, Bonn: DEval (Deutsches Evaluierungsinstitut der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit), 54-55


The 2030 Agenda is sustained by a network of targets that are connected to several SDGs. Measures can yield benefits for different targets – or hinder progress in one by fostering another. Would the latter be an argument for giving up integrated approaches?

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