In 2015, all UN member states adopted the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which aim to eradicate poverty and hunger, protect the planet and its resources, and improve lives of everyone. In order to achieve those colossal goals within 15 years, member states also created the 2030 Agenda. The global indicator framework—developed by the Interagency and Expert Group on SDG Indicators (IAEG-SDGs) and adopted by the General Assembly via resolution A/RES/71/313seeks to track progress toward the 2030 Agenda and SDGs. The indicators used to review progress toward the 2030 Agenda are suitable for all populations and therefore IDP progress should be measured using the same standards and criteria. IOM Iraq and Georgetown identified several areas in which the panel study overlaps with the measurement goals of the SDG indicators. Specifically, the IOM Iraq-Georgetown study identified several indicators from the IASC Framework’s eight criteria (the guiding document in shaping the study) which correspond with the SDG indicator tools used to measure progress toward the 2030 Agenda.
You can find a list of tools and resources for data disaggregation for the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) here.
Click on the boxes for details on the SDGs and the IASC Framework.