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"Looking to 2030 and Beyond - How Institutions for Future Generations Can Assist in SDG Implementation” - NIFG's Discussion Paper is now released

With the UN High-level Political Forum, the main UN platform for the follow-up and review of the 2030 Agenda approaching in July, NIFG would like to highlight how various institutions representing the interests, rights and well-being of future generations are unique and important assets in national and international long-term governance as well as how they can specifically be useful enablers in the implementation of the SDGs.

With the UN High-level Political Forum, the main UN platform for the follow-up and review of the 2030 Agenda approaching in July, NIFG would like to highlight how various institutions representing the interests, rights and well-being of future generations are unique and important assets in national and international long-term governance as well as how they can specifically be useful enablers in the implementation of the SDGs.

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