Sustainable development is a set of 17 goals and 169 targets determined by the United Nations, relating to the future of global development. This is in accordance with the General Assembly resolution of 25 September 2015. Through the Sustainable Development Goals, the United Nations and its States Parties seek to ensure that all developing and developed countries alike to take the necessary measures to promote prosperity and work to protect the planet. For instance, the eradication of poverty, for example, as a one of SDGs 2030 should go along with strategies that adopt economic growth and seek to achieve and meet the social needs as education, health, job opportunities and at the same time addressing the problems of climate change and environmental protection.
This study examines the international interest in the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda and the resolutions and reports issued by the United Nations, specifically Human Rights Council, to promote the path of sustainable development.
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