The SDGs, or Sustainable Development Goals, are a set of 17 global goals adopted by the United Nations in 2015 to address the world's most pressing challenges and improve the lives of people everywhere. The goals cover a range of issues, including poverty, inequality, climate change, and peace and justice, and aim to create a more sustainable, equitable, and inclusive world for all. The SDGs are intended to be universal, meaning they apply to all countries, regardless of their level of development. They are also integrated, meaning they are interconnected and require action on multiple fronts in order to be achieved.

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