Pacific Islanders invited to have a say on the Sustainable Development Goals

27 April, 2015  |  Pacific  ,  SDG Localisation   

A new survey by SDSN Australia/Pacific members the Pacific Institute for Climate Policy and RMIT University is giving Pacific Islanders a chance to have their say on the new set of Sustainable Development Goals to be agreed by world leaders in September.

Solomon Islands garden patch

This young boy is walking in his garden patch, where Solomon Islanders source the majority of their food for domestic consumption. (Credit: Alberto Posso)

The survey aims to find out what Pacific Islanders consider to be their most pressing issues and whether their needs are represented in the Sustainable Development Goals. These results will be invaluable in informing policy makers and donors towards a more effective and relevant development agenda.

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The survey is part of an SDSN Australia/Pacific initiative by the Pacific Institute for Climate Policy and RMIT University called Voices of the Pacific: Pacific Islander perspectives on the Sustainable Development Goals.