Agenda 2030 i Chile: Från ord till handling : En fallstudie om den chilenska regeringens ambition att implementera FN:s globala hållbarhetsmål nummer 5 - Uppnå jämställdhet och alla kvinnors och flickors egenmakt
Sammanfattning: In 2015 the United Nations adopted an action plan named Agenda 2030. The plan contains 17 global sustainable development goals and 169 sub-goals; all of which are aimed towards creating a sustainable future within the spheres of the three cornerstones of sustainability; social, environmental, and economical by the year of 2030. The aim of this paper is to examine the prerequisites for the Chilean government in implementing the UN's goal number five: reach gender equality. What are their ambitions? What are the biggest challenges? Which strategy does the government have to manage the challenges of the implementation process? The analysis has been conducted through a qualitative field study based on various documents, and is complemented by experts' interviews. The method used is theory consuming and relies on Lennart Lundquist's implementation theory 'Understand, can and will' (1992). Lundquist believes that the will is the most important factor for implementing a policy. The Chilean government shows both an understanding of what is needed and the resources that are needed. The question is, do they possess the will it takes to overcome the obstacles they face?
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