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The 2030 United Nations Sustainable Development Agenda and Academic Criminology 1

  • Sławomir Redo (a1)

Abstract

This essay introduces some research and pedagogical issues relevant to the 2030 United Nations Sustainable Development Agenda into academic criminology, especially concerning teaching and learning about these issues in the context of climate change. Academic criminology should not hesitate to take on board the normative dimension of socio-economic development. Certainly, the 2030 United Nations Agenda is a very fitting case in point.

Este ensayo presenta algunas cuestiones investigativas y pedagógicas relevantes para la Agenda 2030 de Desarrollo Sostenible de las Naciones Unidas, en la Criminología académica, especialmente en relación con la enseñanza y el aprendizaje sobre estos temas en el contexto del cambio climático. La Criminología académica no debe dudar en tomar en cuenta la dimensión normativa del desarrollo socioeconómico. Ciertamente, la Agenda 2030 de la ONU es un ejemplo muy apropriado de esta perspectiva.

Cet essai présente certaines questions de recherche et de pédagogie liées au Programme de développement durable des Nations Unies à l'horizon 2030 en matière de criminologie académique, en particulier en ce qui concerne l'enseignement et l'apprentissage de ces questions dans le contexte du changement climatique. La Criminologie académique ne devrait pas hésiter à prendre en compte la dimension normative du développement socio-économique. Certes, l'Agenda 2030 de l'ONU est un cas très approprié de cette perspective.

本文将与2030年联合国可持续发展议程相关的一些研究和教学问题纳入学术犯罪学,特别旨在气候变化背景下研习这些问题。学术犯罪学应该责无旁贷地承担起社会经济发展的规范维度的责任,而2030年的联合国议程是便是一个很好的典范。

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*Corresponding Author: Sławomir Redo, Academic Council on the United Nations System, ACUNS Liaison Office, Vienna, Austria. E-mail: s@redo.net

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Based on Redo (2015b).

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