Three years after the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), this report is the follow-up of the 2017 version published by the Comité 21. However, above all, it must be considered as a report that demonstrates how non-state actors have made the SDGs their own, two years before the first assessment of the United Nations in 2020, at one-third of the way. By then it is expected that the actors will have made the SDGs their own so that they may use the next decade to achieve them. However, as we know, in all long-term exercises, delay accumulated at the beginning is difficult to catch up on: this highlights the importance of the action
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