Random readings on society, politics and change – Jorge Carrillo
This report has a simple message: the proposed SDGs are achievable, but adopting a business-as-usual approach will leave us far short of the target. Projections based on current patterns of development point to a world in 2030 where:
This report sets out the case for a strengthened commitment for IPF to support a new social compact, focused on the poorest countries. This basic social compact must include minimum income provisions, alongside universal health care and universal access to good quality education. These are three critical elements in the fight to tackle chronic poverty, stop impoverishment, and accelerate the escape from poverty.
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