Social protection for sustainable development: A human rights-based approach

Promoting inclusion through social protection: Results from the UN Report on the World Social Situation 2018

Over the past 35 years, China has experienced a significant economic transformation and made remarkable progress in poverty reduction and social development. The country has the largest population in the world at more than 1.3 billion people, meaning that its achievement of the 2015 Millennium Development Goal target of halving the proportion of its people suffering from hunger accounted for almost two thirds of such reductions globally.


The concept of Food Security has undergone a sea change over the last few decades with broadened understanding of the concept and increased multi-pronged approach. Since 1974 food security was merely understood as the total availability of the volume of food grains with a nation and concerns about the fluctuation of food grain prices.


South-South development tools, technology and innovations that support the achievement of SDGs for children

Lost in (in)coordination: Understanding social protection and the SDG indicators