What has actually transpired globally, regionally and nationally since the Sustainable Development Agenda, including SDG 4, was confirmed in the UN General Assembly in 2015? Following the goal and target agreement for 2030, the question immediately became: ‘What next?’ How would these new targets be achieved? How would they be measured, and which indicators will be used? How will they be financed? Since the SDGs are aspirational global goals, a key issue becomes if, and how, they will be translated into national and international policies around the world over the coming years. NORRAG’s work in this area aims to stimulate critical and multi-perspective and multi-stakeholder discussions around SDG4 and the Education 2030 agenda and its impact on policy and practice.
Find below the most recent NORRAG content on the topic of SDG4 and the Education 2030 Agenda:
Do the SDGs Matter? A Teacher’s View By Desmond Bermingham (January 2017)
SDG? What is That? By Claudio de Moura Castro (December 2016)