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GLOBALNI ODNOSI

GLOBALNE PROMENE I ODRŽIV RAZVOJ

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Novi milenij obeležava prelaz iz doba globalizacije u doba globalnosti. U takvom dobu pojedinačne akcije, lokalna trgovina i nacionalna politika imaju globalni uticaj. Da bi odgovorile izazovima životne sredine i razvoja, države su, preko globalnih organizacija, odlučile da uspostave novo globalno partnerstvo. Ovo partnerstvo obavezuje sve države na kontinuiran i konstruktivan dijalog. Jedan od oblika partnerstva je održivi razvoj usmeren prema zdravoj ekonomskoj politici i upravljanju, efikasnoj i predvidljivoj javnoj upravi i zaštiti životne sredine u donošenje odluka i napredak ka demokratskoj vladi.
U radu se ukazuje da se kapacitet relevantnih organa, organizacija i tela Ujedinjenih nacija, međunarodnih i regionalnih međuvladinih tela, nevladinih organizacija i lokalnih zajednica treba povećati kako bi se ostvarili ciljevi održivog razvoja, poznati i kao globalni ciljevi jer njihovo postizanje podrazumeva globalne promene sa partnerstvom vlada, privatnog sektora, civilnog društva i građana kako bi se budućim generacijama obezbedilo bolje životno okruženje.

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