New Delhi: NITI Aayog Chief Govt Officer (CEO) Amitabh Kant has just lately stated that Sustainable Growth Objectives can’t be achieved with out the realisation of kid rights and Sustainable Growth Agenda has large implications for the rights of kids.
“The SDGs can’t be achieved with out the realisation of kid rights. It is very important prioritise kids within the endeavour to realize SDGs (Sustainable Growth Goa”l) as Sustainable Growth Agenda has large implications for the rights of kids, Kant stated.
He stated this whereas talking at an occasion organised by youngster rights NGO Save the Youngsters.
The United Nations member states have adopted 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Growth which goals to offer a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for folks and the planet, now and into the longer term.
There are 17 SDGs that are an pressing name for motion by all nations together with developed and creating nations in a worldwide partnership.
Endorsing the necessity for such a report, Amitabh Kant, CEO, NITI Aayog acknowledged, “On this Decade of Motion for reaching the SDGs, this report is a superb effort to look at crucial youngster rights points which can be related for India’s efficiency on the SDGs and for alignment with the UNCRC provisions.”
“I’m assured that this report will present crucial insights, particularly from kids’s views, on progress made by India on youngster rights points and can be helpful for related stakeholders to undertake corrective measures and efficient coverage motion for kids,” he added.
In the meantime, delivering the keynote handle, Shri Rakesh Ranjan, Mission Director Aspirational District Program NITI Aayog stated: “The pandemic has put a highlight on susceptible and at-risk kids and a multi-stakeholder dialogue is crucial to deal with their wants successfully.”
“To successfully monitor the success of any initiatives, related and well timed knowledge is crucial. Addressing knowledge gaps on crucial points affecting the kids is crucial, which incorporates knowledge generated by various stakeholders, together with the kids,” Ranjan added.