Private Sector Participation and Commitment to SDGs

Pinaki Dasgupta (International Management Institute), Sampada Kumar Dash (International Management Institute)
This Policy Brief was first published in https://t20ind.org


Amid war, climate change, and the risks of future pandemics, there is wide recognition of the need to strengthen private sector engagement, such as private sector financing, among the G20 member countries through partnership, collaboration, and dialogue. Private financing as a development measure requires a unified policy framework that can accelerate the progress of the UN Sustainable Development Goals to deliver shared prosperity and resilience in member and partner countries. This Policy Brief recommends measures to shape global health, poverty, hunger, and climate change dimensions to strengthen the core priorities of the UN SDGs. The proposed policy framework provides an understanding of the magnitude of the involvement of private sectors and their possible impact on the global, national, and local 2030 Agenda driving international development, resilience, and prosperity across the G20 nations.


Pinaki Dasgupta (International Management Institute), Sampada Kumar Dash (International Management Institute)

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