Migration and Sustainable Development Goals
UN Sustainable Development Goals and how they can help meeting
migration challenges. The research will be used for informing the
community and giving a wider point of view for the migration processes
from European and global perspective.
Migration and Development
implementation of migration-related Sustainable Development Goals in
Bulgaria. Bulgaria’s institutional and legal framework regarding migration
processes, asylum and integration policies and their relevance to the
EU requirements have been researched. Facts and statistical data
supporting the research conclusions have been provided.
Sustainable Development Goals and Migration
the NGO representatives, media, policy makers on national and local
level of the link between the implementation of the UN Sustainable
Development Goals and the challenges, related to the international
Development Cooperation and its Impact on Migration Flows
and authorities to start taking into consideration the effects that this
crisis brings with it, which ultimately could result in the flow of unmanaged
migration onto the European continent.
Migration and development
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Bulgaria's long road on the implementation of SDGs - progress and challenges
Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals is a task of all UN member states. In this context, Bulgaria is working on their implementation as the main horizons of activity are outlined in the National Development Programme: Bulgaria 2030.
Effective migration for sustainable development: Benefits and disadvantages for Bulgaria
The link between the implementation of the UN Sustainable Development Goals in Bulgaria and the migration
Monitoring Report 2020
Conflicts, forced migration and access to land: the special case of north cameroon
Agenda 2030: Leave no one behind
Migration as a component of Sustainable Development
The challenges facing societies increasingly transcend borders, calling for global approaches. To this end, in 2015 the United Nations General Assembly adopted the 17 Sustainable
Development Goals (SDGs) as part of Agenda 2030. They aim to eliminate inequalities and substantially improve the lives of all people, with the central message being “no one will be left behind”.