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2015 UCL Lancet Lecture by Ms Amina Mohammed

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2015 UCL Lancet Lecture by Ms Amina Mohammed

The new universal Sustainable Development Goals for 2030

At the recent United Nations Summit on the post-2015 development agenda, heads of state and government have adopted the new agenda that will orient the global efforts towards poverty eradication and sustainable development in the 21st century.

The new set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are the result of a worldwide participatory process taking more than two years that has included the voices of civil society, the business community and academia.

Amina J. Mohammed will discuss the recent historic and unprecedented agreement by global heads of state and government to focus the post-2015 development agenda on poverty eradication and sustainable development.

The UCL Lancet lecture is an annual global health event open to the public, co-hosted by UCL Grand Challenges, UCL Institute for Global Health, and The Lancet. More information on the UCL Grand Challenges: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/grand-challenges/ucl-grand-challenges

Institute for Global Health

 

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