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Localization and implementation of the SDGs using the Social Progress Index


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Presentation by Michael Green, CEO of the Social Progress Imperative, on using the Social Progress Index to support the SDGs and achieve Sustainable and Resilient Societies.

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Localization and implementation of the SDGs using the Social Progress Index

  1. 1. Localization and Implementation of the SDGs Using the Social Progress Index: The Path to Achieve Sustainable and Resilient Societies HLPF New York, 16 July 2018 2018
  2. 2. The Social Progress framework answers universally important questions embedded within the SDGs
  3. 3. Realizing the promise of the Sustainable Development Goals The Social Progress Index captures outcomes related to 16 of the 17 SDGs in a simple but rigorous framework designed for aggregation, making it an invaluable proxy measure of SDG performance, particularly for areas where official indicators do not exist
  4. 4. Global change in Social Progress 2014-2017 Since 2014, the world aggregate score on the Social Progress Index has improved by 1.66 points 2017: 64.852014: 63.19
  5. 5. Global Social Progress is Uneven
  6. 6. According to a 2015 Deloitte report, the world will come nowhere near achieving the SDGs through economic growth alone
  7. 7. Our global network covers 2.4 billion people in 38 countries. Social Progress Index supporting SDG implementation around the world