In-depth conversation: Are the SDGs relevant anymore? Devex editor Raj Kumar weighs in

Kumar talks with Future of Good’s publisher about global development and aid — does it even work? Are the SDGs achievable? What’s changed since the pandemic began?

Why It Matters

Global inequality is at a high — vaccine inequity is a salient example. As the Global North begins to recover, much of the Global South is still grappling with the pandemic’s social, health, and economic devastation. How NGOs, agencies, and governments engage in global development will be crucial for global recovery.

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