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Human Slavery and the SDG

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    October 24, 2015
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The goals of SDGs is to eradicate some of the world’s greatest challenges.

Sustainable Development Goals were developed this year in hopes of mapping a course to fight global issues.  On which challenges should the global community work in order to make the greatest changes?  On which issues should they focus?  Poverty, hunger, world health?  It was decided by these world leaders to take action immediately against human slavery.  These SDGs look at very real issues for measurement.  For example, what is the magnitude of global slavery right now? And how can it be measured to monitor if those atrocities are slowing down?


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