In 2015, the United Nations released the Sustainable Development Goals – 17 global goals to create a more peaceful, environmentally conscious, and equal world. Two years later, few countries have stepped up to tackle these goals – including the G20 nations.
Join us in calling on G20 leaders to create a world where nobody is left behind.
A world where a young girl can live her dream and go to school. Where a father who had to escape war and terror can offer a new life to his family. Where children can grow up healthy without having to go to bed hungry.
The G20 represents two thirds of the global population and 80% of global GDP. That means those nations have the power to lead the world in progress on the Sustainable Development Goals. The G20 can – and should – set the standard for achieving the global goals.
G20 nations have the opportunity to make investments to combat poverty, gender inequality, education, and other sustainable development priorities at the upcoming summit in Hamburg.
Take action now and tell G20 leaders to act on all of the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.