Stonewall International, January 2016.
When the United Nations decided to create a set of global goals to end poverty and inequality by 2030, equality groups pushed for the rights and needs of lesbian, gay, bi and trans people to be taken into account. The result, The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), was agreed in 2015 and signed onto by 193 governments on the basis that they apply to everyone, everywhere and will ‘leave no one behind’.
This is a resource guide for charities, governments and other organisations involved in aid-spending and international development. This document highlights seven goals, suggests practical actions, and provides best-practice case studies of LGBT-inclusive development from around the world. Read more online.