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The SDG Temple of Justice 

A business-friendly, human rights-based blueprint

to advance the achievement of UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

 

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The SDG Temple of Justice is an outline of a business-friendly, human-rights-based blueprint designed to help realize the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development including the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

 

It is further intended to be used as an SDG Acceleration Tool that mainstreams human rights-based and market-based approaches to development in the work of national SDG policy makers and implementers by means of promoting legal empowerment of people including the poor and disadvantaged groups.

 

The infographic of the SDG Temple of Justice visualizes how the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development can be advanced by leveraging the human rights foundation of the SDGs through legal empowerment of people including the poor and disadvantaged groups.

 

Read more at the Explanatory Guide to the SDG Temple of Justice >>>

The Legal & Economic Empowerment Global Network’s (LEEG-net) “temple of SDGs” offers a new visualization for the Goals, with eight temple pillars representing legal foundations for people’s rights, especially for empowerment of the poor and vulnerable groups.

Each pillar rests atop foundations of other multilateral agreements, the UN Charter, and four core principles: democracy, good governance, peace and security. An Explanatory Guide notes that the infographic and the SDGs relate to LEEG-net’s core work on legal empowerment, as SDGs 5 and 10 (gender equality and reduced inequalities) deal with the issue explicitly.

- SDG Knowledge Weekly: Localizing the SDGs and Resilience as the “New Normal”