New Research from Partners: Envisaging the Future in Pakistan & Who Not to be Left Behind in Bangladesh

Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI) and Sang-e-Meel’s latest anthology from the Sustainable Development Conference (SDC) Series was launched at the inaugural of the twentieth SDC on 5 December 2017, Islamabad. Similarly, the Centre for Policy Dialogue (CPD) and Citizen’s Platform for SDGs, Bangladesh recently produced a report to investigate who is left the farthest behind in Bangladesh. The report was launched at the Citizen’s Conference on SDGs 2017, Dhaka on 6 December 2017.

 

Sustainable Development: Envisaging the Future Together

Jointly published by SDPI and Sang-e-Meel

This anthology coincides with Pakistan’s 70-year independence celebrations and SDPI’s 25 years as a research and advocacy organisation. The journey of both has been similar and monumental. From a country with a negligible industrial base, Pakistan’s economy is now worth nearly USD 300 billion. Opening its doors as a small think-tank struggling to survive with unpredictable and meager funding avenues, SDPI is now ranked and recognised internationally as the 15th Top Think Tanks in Southeast Asia and the Pacific.

 

 

 

Quest for Inclusive Transformation of Bangladesh

Who Not to be Left Behind

Since the adoption of the 2030 Agenda, countries across the world have been striving to operationalise the spirit of the agenda – Leave No One Behind. This powerful aspirational principle demands unpacking within contextual realities by identifying who are being left behind in a particular country. This report does exactly this in the case of Bangladesh. The effort is a pioneering one – not only for the country, but also globally.

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