Analysis of the Integration and Contribution of the SDGs to equitable global results in the light of Service Design: A scoping review


  • Kelly Rocha
  • Amanda Xavier
  • Maria Carolina Santos
  • Ariele Rodrigues-Ferreira



2030 Agenda, Evaluation, Design, Sustainable Development Goals


The construction of the 2030 agenda aims at sustainable, inclusive and collaborative development among countries to challenge them to transpose usual definitions and ideas in favour of equitable actions. To fulfil this purpose, the UN and Member States must assess progress made, obstacles faced and integration between the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Through a scoping review, this study aims to answer the question: How integrated are the SDGs for an equitable global outcome? In the context of Brazil, what is the assessment of engagement and carrying out actions for the performance of the SDGs? What are design contributions to the evolution of the SDGs? The results indicate that in the global context, there remains a reduced collaborative posture, widening the abyss between countries. In Brazil, despite the efforts of the community and public institutions, the actions, supported by design practices and social innovation, are irregular and with evolving self-organization.