Canadian leads new global Center for Sustainable Development

The Brookings Institution launched the Center Wednesday, led by Canadian global development expert John McArthur

Why It Matters

With less than a decade before the deadline to meet the UN Sustainable Development Goals, COVID-19 has set back progress. Poverty is increasing for the first time in decades. Gender inequity is at a high. Overcoming these crises will take extraordinary global and whole-of-society cooperation, which this new Center aims to catalyze.

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