By Noha Shawki,Osaore Aideyan,Miriam C. Balgos,Livia Bizikova,Biliana Cicin-Sain,Mudita Dave,Diane F. Frey,Caleb Gallemore,Sarah Hearn,Gillian MacNaughton,Ryoko Nakano,Simon Høiberg Olsen,Faiza Shaheen,Selamawit Tesfaye Gebremedhin,Lynn Wagner,Erica Wales,Ra
This quantity is designed to supply an account of a few of the normative debates and normative switch that the method of constructing a suite of SDGs has entailed. Its objective is to evaluate the origins, nature, volume, and implications of normative switch within the context of the post-2015 improvement schedule. It additionally evaluates the level to which the SDGs signify an important switch from confirmed improvement norms and practices.
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International Norms, Normative Change, and the UN Sustainable Development Goals by Noha Shawki,Osaore Aideyan,Miriam C. Balgos,Livia Bizikova,Biliana Cicin-Sain,Mudita Dave,Diane F. Frey,Caleb Gallemore,Sarah Hearn,Gillian MacNaughton,Ryoko Nakano,Simon Høiberg Olsen,Faiza Shaheen,Selamawit Tesfaye Gebremedhin,Lynn Wagner,Erica Wales,Ra