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Goal 16: Peace, justice and strong institutions

Goal 16 is to promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels.

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Peaceful societies and freedom from violence are both a goal and a means of sustainable development. No permanent progress can be achieved in a context marked by violence, conflict and the threat of violence. An effective state administration with responsible institutions, transparency and the rule of law all have an intrinsic value of their own. They constitute the basis of good governance including anti-corruption measures, and are important driving forces for development.

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Researchers on goal 16

"We need strong institutions to introduce new technologies" - Watch interview with Niklas Harring, Political science, University of Gothenburg, about goal 16 (2018).

 

Watch interview with Sverker Jagers, Political Science at University of Gothenburg, about goal 16 (2017).

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Centre for Collective Action Research, CeCAR, focuses on one of the most pressing challenges of today: Large-Scale Collective Action (LSCA). This is a challenge that needs to be addressed in order to overcome most of our current social, environmental and health problems.
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Varieties of democracy (V-Dem) is an international research project which aims to develop new indicators of democracy in all countries all over the world from 1900 to the present.
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Peace and Development research provides a unique environemnt for studying the relationship between conflict and poverty/underdevelopment—resource scarcity, structural inequalities—as well as between peace and development in positive terms.
Read more about peace and development research at University of Gothenburg
 

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