SouthViews No. 76, 9 August 2013
Development-led Globalization Requires De-colonizing the MDGs
By Manuel Montes
The big attraction of the eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), or at least the first seven of these, was their near universal acceptability. It mobilized both resources and politics, both nationally and internationally, in pursuit of reducing poverty, hunger, gender inequality, malnutrition and disease.
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This article was tagged: Development, Human Rights, Hunger, Millenium Development Goals (MDGs), Poverty