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The World We Want: Reimagining the Sustainable Development Goals - SDG Media Zone at the UN Youth Forum 2021
7 Apr 2021 -  Produced by the BBC World Service in collaboration with the UN SDG Media Zone

As we navigate 2021 and beyond, it is important that we hit the reset button and use the opportunity to recover better to deliver on the Decade of Action for the Sustainable Development Goals, says UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed.

The session, produced by the BBC World Service, features a conversation between the UN leader and three teenagers on what young people want from the 17 Sustainable Development Goals as they question the current state of the world with the hopes of shaping a more meaningful future for everyone.

The session is a special episode of the BBC World Service Radio’s 17-part series called Project 17, where 17 17-year-olds in 17 countries explore progress and setbacks in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.

Amina Mohammed, UN Deputy Secretary-General
Lanre Adeleye, Project 17 Reporter, United Kingdom
Yolanda Nazo, Project 17 Reporter, South Africa
Sahar Beg, Project 17 Reporter, India
Sana Safi, BBC World Service (Moderator)