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Sustainable Development Goals in the UNECE region

The 2030 Agenda is of unprecedented scope and significance: it is accepted by all countries and is applicable to all. Governments of the UNECE are highly committed to the Agenda 2030. However, progress in the region is often mixed. In some policy areas, an overall positive picture masks significant differences within and between countries and population groups.

Voluntary national reviews: national efforts to achieve the SDGs

The 2030 Agenda encourages member States to review their national experiences in implementing the SDGs, including successes, challenges and lessons learned. The high participation in Voluntary National Reviews (VNRs) is proof for the strong efforts by UNECE member States to translate the SDGs into policy actions. By 2019, more than 80 percent of UNECE member States will have volunteered to present reviews of their work on the SDGs.

 

Albania

(2018)

Andorra

(2018)

Armenia

(2018)

 

Azerbaijan

(2019 and 2017)

Belarus

(2017)

Belgium

(2017)

Bosnia and Herzegovina

(2019)

Canada

(2018)

Croatia

(2019)

 

Cyprus

(2017)

Czech Republic

(2017)

Denmark

(2017)

Estonia

(2016)

Finland

(2016 and 2020)

 

France

(2016 and 2019)

Georgia

(2016)

Germany

(2016)

Greece

(2018)

Hungary

(2018)

Iceland

(2019)

Ireland

(2018)

Israel

(2019)

Italy

(2017)

Kazakhstan

Lativa

(2018)

Liechtenstein

(2019)

Lithuania

(2018)

Luxembourg

(2017)

Malta

(2018)

 

Monaco

(2017)

Montenegro

(2016)

Netherlands

(2017)

Norway

(2016)

Poland

(2018)

Portugal

(2017)

Romania

(2018)

Russian Federation (2020)

Serbia

(2019)

Slovakia

(2018)

Slovenia

(2020 and 2017)

Spain

(2018)

Sweden

(2017)

Switzerland

(2016 and 2018)

Tajikistan

(2017)

Turkey

(2016 and 2019)

Turkmenistan (2019)

Ukraine

(2020)

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

(2019)