In this video, Serge Michailof, a researcher at the Institute for International and Strategic Relations (IRIS) and the Foundation for International Development Research (FERDI), discusses the capacity of so-called "fragile" countries to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. Based on an analysis of the emergencies faced by these countries, he questions the validity of universal indicators designed for all countries, from the richest to the poorest and most fragile. While criticising the shortcomings of the former Millennium Goals, he regretted that they had not been completed and, once adapted, maintained in the case of the most fragile countries. For the latter, he highlights the prior need to rebuild strong and functional states.
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