Measuring and forecasting progress towards the education-related SDG targets

A study from the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) provided new estimates of entire within-country distribution of education for your people in 195 countries. The authors argue that these estimates can be used to track the progress of countries towards the Sustainable Development Goals and the level of inequality over time, and that reducing educational inequality can promote a fairer distribution of human capital and the development of more equitable societies.

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IHME is a partners of CHAIN, the Centre for Global Health Inequalities Research. More information about CHAIN, is available on its website.

Governance, Health in All Policies, Economy of Wellbeing, Health Impact Assessment, sustainable development, Groups that experience vulnerability: women, ethnic minorities, LGBTI+, migrants, disability, Maternal health, pre- peri-natal, childhood conditions, adolescent health, education

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