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Leaving no one behind by 2030
Post 2015, the Sustainable Development Goals have come to define the development agenda. But what does ‘leave no one behind’ (LNB) mean in practice? How will those furthest behind be reached first? And what will it take for LNB to be embedded in institutions and processes at every level, from local to global? Our new background paper, Leaving no one behind by 2030 highlights key statistics, why it is important and what IIED is doing.
At the heart of the Sustainable Development Goals lies a promise to ‘leave no one behind’. IIED worked with partners in Asia and Africa to ask what the phrase means to different groups and what action is needed to turn it from rhetoric to reality.
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Leave no one behind: assessing policy choices