A year ago world leaders agreed on an ambitious set of goals designed to tackle the world’s most troubling problems such as extreme poverty and inequality by 2030.

Described as a blueprint for the future, the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with 169 targets address daunting challenges such as climate change, hunger, education, gender equality, sanitation, jobs, justice and shared peace.

We asked some participants about the progress of the goals one year on, and what has worked and what has not.



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