Reforming Global Sustainable Development Governance: A Rights-Based Agenda


2012 | 8 pages

Achieving sustainable development entails a global transition—away from prevailing inequitable and ecologically destabilizing patterns of development, to modes of development based on shared prosperity and environmental protection. Global governance plays a crucial role in this shift.

This policy brief from IBON International argues that the general thrust of reforming sustainable development governance should be towards greater democratization and strengthening people’s rights.



Core elements of sustainable development governance

Reforming global sustainable development governance: to what end?

A rights-based approach to global sustainable development governance reform

Five recommendations for strengthening a rights-based framework for international sustainable development governance

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