Regional strategies for 2020-2030

The 2030 Agenda is a set of 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and 169 targets that were approved by the United Nations General Assembly on 25 September 2015 by 193 member states. It was an agenda that gave continuity to the Millennium Develop-ment Goals (MDGs), a programme approved in 2000 and which was to be achieved by 2015. The SDGs reiterated the need to reduce economic inequalities and poverty, but focused on sustainability, the fight against climate change, sustainable consumption and peace, and justice.

Since 2010, the United Regions Organization - Fogar has established a Post 2015 Working Group and has actively participated in the definition of the SDGs through the sectoral and territorial debates convened by the United Nations. ORU Fogar endorsed, in particular, Goal 2 Zero Hunger, in line with a trajectory of work that began in 2008 with an agreement with FAO and the holding, to date, of three regional summits on food security.

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5 regional strategies for 2020-2030

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