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Statistics on the challenges of sustainable development Renata Bielak Warsaw, 10 July 2018 1 2030 Agenda 17 goals for the worlds futur 2 Key features of SDGs 3 Why are statistics needed? Quality, accessible, timely and reliable disaggregated data will be needed to help with the

measurement of progress () Such data is key to decision-making Follow-up and review based on the global indicator framework and data produced by national statistical systems 2030 Agenda 4 Global indicators framework

244 indicators to monitor 17 goals Open set, under development Demand for dissagregated data Data reported by National Statistical Offices 5 General concept Global indicators

framework 2030 AGENDA SDGs National developmen t policy and specific goals National specific

indicators Regional initiatives and goals Regional indicators 6 How does monitoring work?

Global Database UN Statistica l Division Thematic Database National Database UN Custodian Agencies

National Statistica l Offices Regional Database Actors involved: 193 countries, 50 custodian agencies, countless stakeholders 7 Assessment of progress - world

Global database UN annual reports 8 Voluntary National Reviews 9 First Polish Review July 2018 10 Polish approach 11 Availability of SDG indicators for Poland 244 global indicators 12 SDG Indicator Statistics Availability by Goals

% 100.0 UNECE Poland 90.0 80.0 70.0 60.0 50.0 40.0 30.0 20.0

10.0 0.0 1 6 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 12 14

17 11 13 15 16 G G G G G G G G G



SD SD SD SD SD SD 13 Polish reporting platform for SDGs 14 Information on SDGs: 15 Portal under construction 16 International cooperation Actions at regional and global levels Activities in UNECE Steering Group on Statistics for SDGs Elaboration of Road Map

on statistics for SDGs 17 Summary The ambition of the project Scope of statistics needed Statistical capacity development Effective communication Building partnerships 18

Learn more at: Renata Bielak [email protected] 19

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