Visualizing Progress towards the SDGs

Join the 2023 SDG Atlas launch, a digital publication that draws from the WDI database to present data visualizations about the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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Add to CalendarCalendar06/21/2023 10:00 06/21/2023 11:00 America/New_York Join us LIVE: Visualizing Progress Data Insights from the Atlas of Sustainable Development Goals Hello,\n\nThis is a reminder to join us virtually on World Bank Live: Visualizing Progress Data Insights from the Atlas of Sustainable Development Goals \n\nEvent Description: The Atlas of Sustainable Development Goals 2023 is a visual resource showcasing the role of data in achieving the SDGs and highlighting the areas where data gaps negatively impact prospects of progress. It provides decision-makers, the development community, academics, journalists, and the public with timely data to guide decisions on what policy choices to make at mid-point in the implementation of the SDGs. This event will demonstrate, through interactive storytelling and data visualizations, the critical role of data in achieving the SDGs and how the availability of timely and granular data can help guide policymaking that leads to measurable positive outcomes, identify data-related challenges to accelerate progress in the attainment of the SDGs, and discuss how innovation and partnerships have helped and will remain critical to helping overcome data-related obstacles to get the SDGs back on track. \n\nGo to event page: https://live.worldbank.org/events/visualizing-progress-data-insights-atlas-sustainable-development-goals?intcid=ECR_CA_WBLCalendar_EN_EXT\n\nWe look forward to seeing you!\n\nWorld Bank Live - https://live.worldbank.org\nBringing you the Faces and Voices of Development Online

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About World Bank Live

World Bank Live is the World Bank's digital platform for live-streaming and engaging with global audiences in open and two-way conversations about international development. We livestream public events in four languages: English, Spanish, French, and Arabic

Each event is covered live by international development experts from the World Bank and partner organizations, taking questions from the audience in real-time and sharing research findings and learning resources.