What is SDG reporting?
SDG reporting refers to the act of publishing and disseminating data and statistics on the SDG indicators for key stakeholders, including UN custodian agencies, government policymakers, businesses, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and research institutions, and the general public.
According to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, SDG reporting is to be led by a national government and conducted in compliance with the UN’s Fundamental Principles of Official Statistics. These principles are considered a basic framework that national statistical offices and other statistical organizations must follow in recognizing official statistics as a public good.
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