The (UN)Sustainable Development Goals: Now Open for Business: Page 3 of 3

Posted on 7 October 2015
and to heighten corporate power with economies that share our wealth, support the common good and deliver Development Justice.”
Speaking at the same event, Alejandro Barrios of the Peoples Coalition for Food Sovereignty concluded that “the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is not an agenda for transformation. It fails to challenge existing relations of power and wealth distribution. And while the 2030 Agenda contains much by way of promises, real hope lies elsewhere -- in the people challenging the existing economic and political order.”


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