Posts Tagged: SDGs

Philanthropy and the SDGs: no-brainer or Faustian pact? | Future World Giving

Philanthropy and the SDGs: no-brainer or Faustian pact? | Future World Giving. For many philanthropists, foundations and civil society organisations (CSOs), engagement with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) agenda represents a unmissable opportunity to come together with partners across economic

Philanthropy and the SDGs: no-brainer or Faustian pact? | Future World Giving

Philanthropy and the SDGs: no-brainer or Faustian pact? | Future World Giving. For many philanthropists, foundations and civil society organisations (CSOs), engagement with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) agenda represents a unmissable opportunity to come together with partners across economic

World leaders strike development finance deal, focus on taxes | Reuters

World leaders strike development finance deal, focus on taxes | Reuters. BY STELLA DAWSON The United Nations announced the deal on its website, capping three days of tough negotiations in Addis Ababa on how to finance the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that world

World leaders strike development finance deal, focus on taxes | Reuters

World leaders strike development finance deal, focus on taxes | Reuters. BY STELLA DAWSON The United Nations announced the deal on its website, capping three days of tough negotiations in Addis Ababa on how to finance the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that world

Development: The economics of optimism | The Economist

Development: The economics of optimism | The Economist. On January 17th action/2015, a coalition of over 1,000 NGOs and celebrities, began a campaign for SDGs that are inspiring, properly financed and monitored with good data—sound principles, but ones that will

Development: The economics of optimism | The Economist

Development: The economics of optimism | The Economist. On January 17th action/2015, a coalition of over 1,000 NGOs and celebrities, began a campaign for SDGs that are inspiring, properly financed and monitored with good data—sound principles, but ones that will