Student at Amity University Uttar Pradesh, India
Development is right of each country whether it is developing, under developing or developed country. The United Nation General Assembly firstly draft the document of Millennium Development Goals Summit 2010 when it does not fulfill the goal then in 2015 published zero draft proposal at its 13th and final session on 19th July 2014. The proposal consists of 17 Sustainable Development Goals accompanied by 169 targets. Since its inception in 2015, the 2030 Agenda has provided a blueprint for sustainable world where all people can live productive, vibrant and peaceful lives on a healthy planet. The year 2030 is just a decade over away from us the action taken by us today will lay the right path to achieve the sustainable development goals. The Agenda is accumulation of many years of negotiation and was endorsed by all 193 member nations of the assembly for all countries. UN Secretary General Ban-Ki-Moon noted that “the new agenda is a promise by leaders to all people everywhere. It is an agenda for people, to end poverty in all of its forms- an agenda for planet, our common home.” The mandate to develop the proposal on the SDG’s has been included in the Rio+20, therefore it need to be considered a crucial milestone in the development process of the SDG’s and represents a key component to understand such a process. United Nation Human Rights Commission has provided the equal rights for all persons of all countries without doing discrimination keeping this perspective in mind SDG’s goal are made so that the under developing country do not suffer in the race of globalization. This paper is putting eye on the sustainable development goals and plan making to achieve that for fulfilling the goal for which the sustainable developments are made.
International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 3, Issue 3, Page 483 - 508DOI: https://doij.org/10.10000/IJLSI.11746
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