ISS, part of Erasmus University Rotterdam, has kindly allowed us to pubish one of their working papers on our website. It concerns a paper from 2020, titled Adding Human Security and Human Resilience to Help Advance the SDGs Agenda. A quote from the abstract immedeately brings home the relevance of this document today: “The 2030 Agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) respond to humanity’s challenge to live humanely, justly, sustainably and in peace on our interconnected globe. Pursuit of the Agenda is inevitably subject to forces that ‘shake and stir’ it. Correspondingly, our analytical frameworks need to be shaken and stirred too, to be more perceptive and responsive to emergent objective threats, subjective fears, and their impacts.”
You can read the full document here.