Scottish Parliamentary question on Scotland’s SDGs National Review
On 10th March 2020, Lewis Macdonald, North East Scotland, Scottish Labour, lodged the following parliamentary question:
To ask the Scottish Government by what date it will publish the final version of the Scottish National Review on the Sustainable Development Goals.
The parliamentary question was answered by Kate Forbes on 23rd March 2020):
The Scottish Supplementary Review on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is planned to be published by this Spring, as I confirmed to Parliament during the Members Debate on SDGs (16th January 2020).
The Scottish Government has been engaging widely with civic society in taking forward the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and we have worked closely with Scotland’s Sustainable Development Goals Network in the production of this report. We have taken an open and transparent approach, with the review co-produced with co-drafters from the Network and shared on an open platform for feedback from the Network members (the latest available draft is available from the SDG Network website https://drive.google.com/file/d/1TyWg74l00xGgfF8g2oC_1YwQu3saaYq6/view).
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You can view the official question and response here.