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This interdisciplinary edited assortment offers unique research on Mexico's transition from the Millennium to the Sustainable improvement targets, departing from 3 major views. In what components did Mexico achieve leverage and truly give a contribution to the talk round the proposed SDGs? What are the demanding situations for Mexico with reference to the SDGs? find out how to deal with the difficulty of congruence/dissonance in Mexico's accomplishment of the MDGs on the subject of the socioeconomic realities at the flooring? The contributing authors research what sort of nation is required to bolster democratic politics and social justice, but in addition to enhance the industrial effectiveness of the nation and thereby clients for improvement. For Mexico, what's lacking is a transparent imaginative and prescient for making a revolutionary, really sleek society the place the suggestion of a social agreement among the govt and voters might be verified alongside the strains of a welfare country that's inclusive, sustainable, and transformative adequate to take on heavily the elemental socioeconomic injustices dividing Mexicans.
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Hence, in November 2015, CTESIODM changed to CTEODS (Comité Técnico Especializado de los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible). The Committee has its legal foundation in the Law of the National Statistical and Geographical Information System, which also regulates the activities of the independent National Institute of Statistics and Geography (Instituto Nacional de Geografía y Estadística or “INEGI”). Accordingly, INEGI is a key player in the compliance process as a repository of data from government agencies/secretariats.
These numbers may differ markedly. Then, GDP is not wrong as such, but wrongly used. What is needed is a better understanding of the appropriate use of each measure. A certain awareness of the problem concerning data gathering and measurement can be found, for example, in the “Technical report by the Bureau of the United Nations Statistical Commission (UNSC) on the process of the development of an indicator framework for the goals and targets of the post-2015 development agenda” from March 2015.
25 To many observers, like Homi Kharas (2013), the reliance on “Big Data” and its wide applicability is the very foundation for implementing the SDGs over the forthcoming 15 years. The UN has produced quite a few documents and reports already on the “data revolution,” for example A World that Counts: Mobilising the Data Revolution for Sustainable Development, prepared at the request of the UN Secretary General by the Independent Expert Advisory Group on the Data Revolution for Sustainable Development, published in November 2014 (UN 2014b).