Aspects of inequality in the South Korean society can be viewed from many perspectives. Labor market inequalities and elderly poverty are only some of the issues. Primarily, youth and women’s unemployment derived from occupational inequality has constantly caused a wave of problems in our society.

This report will explain the four issues on how the current inequality emerged in South Korea; At first, it will define economical background and labor market structure.

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development puts forward a broad and ambitious agenda for global action on sustainable development. The scale and ambition of the Sustainable Development Goals require innovation in development and innovation for development.

To achieve the Goals by 2030, new modalities for development are required, including bringing innovation into the foreground of development projects.

The Institutional and Coordination Mechanisms guidance note aims to provide information on how countries have adapted their existing institutional and coordination frameworks or established new ones in order to implement the SDGs. It highlights efforts to mobilize institutions around the SDGs, improve their functioning, and promote horizontal and vertical coherence.

The joint WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme is affiliated to UN-Water and was established in 1990. It builds on earlier monitoring activities carried out by WHO since the 1960s. The JMP’s objectives are to provide regular global reports on drinking-water and sanitation coverage to facilitate sector planning and management, to support countries in their efforts to improve their monitoring systems, and to provide information for advocacy.

The circular economy offers business leaders and government a clear opportunity for long-term growth that is less dependent on cheap materials and energy, and which can restore and regenerate natural capital. This report provides an actionable toolkit for policymakers who wish to embark on a circular economy transformation.

The study done by GCAP Afghanistan/Sanayee Development Organisation brings out the facts and analysis about the exclusion and discrimination faced by some of the marginalised groups in Afghanistan like women and girls, old people, children and young people, religious and ethnic minorities etc and explores the opportunities lying ahead in the framework of Agenda 2030 to address their issues so that they are not left behind.

The study done by Wada Na Todo Abhiyan, GCAP, NACDAOR, World Vision, Centre For Equity Studies  Welt Hunger Hilfe and supported by European Union  brings out the facts and analysis about the exclusion and discrimination faced by some of the marginalised group in India like Dalits, Indigenous communities, Fisherfolk, Muslims, Children and Persons with Disabilities and explores the opportunities lying ahead in the framework of Agenda 2030 to address their issu

The Sustainable Development Goal 6 Synthesis Report 2018 on Water and Sanitation reviews the global progress made towards achieving Sustainable Development Goal 6 (SDG 6) of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. It builds on the latest data available for the 11 SDG 6 global indicators and will inform the High-level Political Forum for Sustainable Development during its in-depth review of SDG 6 in July 2018. The report represents a joint position from the United Nations family.

Over half of global land-based plastic waste leakage into the ocean originates in just five Asian countries. Yet, the
contribution of informal waste management to reducing pollution, remains largely overlooked. The United
Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) is gathering evidence in pilot cities in
Asia to identify opportunities to return plastic resources into the production cycle by linking informal and formal
waste processes.

This paper examines the sustainable development challenges and priorities in Southeast Asia subregion at both the country and subregional levels. It covers all 11 countries of the subregion and reviews the subregion as a whole, mainly within the purview of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).