This article is a critical assessment of the implementation frameworks of Agenda 2030 in the Arab region through a study of the deficiencies pertaining to the contextualization of the Agenda in the region. Seeking to identify the scope of implementation that would allow for the eventual streamlining of action towards the achievement of all of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the authors argue that the region’s political and institutional context is one of peace building and resilience-building, imposing several overarching considerations pertaining
to the priority intervention areas.
- December 2019
- Lamia Moubayed Bissat
- Carl Rihan