[Comment] The sustainable development agenda and the end of AIDS
2015 marks a pivotal turn in development debate and practice. In September, UN member states are expected to endorse a bold agenda that will guide social, economic, and environmental action over the next 15 years. The agenda, built around 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), signals a transformational shift towards society-wide, people-centred approaches. The universality and breadth of the sustainable development agenda will demand an overhaul in how countries, sectors, and issue-specific groups work together.