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29 September 2022

SDG 3: Good Health and Well-being

Maintaining our health and quality of life is important to each of us and important to all of us as a society. While this issue has been brought into stark relief globally with the COVID-19 pandemic, across the world, for centuries, people have battled everything from outbreaks of infectious diseases to chronic health problems. The third of United Nations Sustainable Development goals is focused specifically on the aim of ensuring healthy lives and promoting well-being in people of all ages.

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1 February 2022

SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

The world is becoming increasingly urbanised, and the population is constantly growing. Today, more than half of us live in cities, placing them at the forefront of some of our biggest challenges — from public health to climate change.  

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1 February 2022

SDG 10: Reduced Inequalities

Inequalities, based on issues such as gender, disability, age, race, income and opportunity, persist across the world — both within and between countries. Beyond the very real impacts that inequalities have on people’s day to day lives, they limit social and economic development, and reduce our ability to effectively address global crises. 

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15 November 2021
Global Partnerships

SDG 17: Partnerships for the Goals

Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalise the global partnership for sustainable development. UN Sustainable Development Goals can can only be met through collaboration. Investments and support is needed to ensure innovative technological development, fair trade and market access is achieved.

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14 July 2020

UN report highlights impacts of COVID-19 on gender equality

The global impact of COVID-19 on women’s wellbeing has been highlighted in a new UN Women report co-authored by Griffith...

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6 March 2017
Professor Yunus Muhammad

Nobel Laureate to present Griffith Lecture

Nobel Peace Prize recipient Professor Muhammad Yunus will present the 2017 Griffith Lecture at the Queensland Conservatorium on Tuesday, April 11.

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18 May 2022

Party policies indicate stark choice on sustainable future

New research into Australia’s political party policies during the 2022 election indicates the increasing difference between the major political parties based on their alignment with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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28 April 2022
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22 April 2021
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10 May 2019

Australian party policies divided on UN Sustainable Development Goals

The analysis brings into stark focus the areas in which Australia’s parties are making headway — and those suffering from significant shortfalls.

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