We continue the talks with Gabriel Wikström, national coordinator for the Sustainable Development Goals in Sweden, and Raman Preet, International Research Coordinator and Equal Opportunity Officer at the Department of Epidemiology and Global Health of Umeå University. Among many things, we discuss how fulfilling the agenda is like cooking dinner in a family, and how racism is one of the biggest obstacles on the way to a more sustainable world.

The podcast coordinators of this episodes were Sara Wide Gustavsson (president of the Swedish Society of Medicines student and junior doctor section and junior doctor in Linköping), Hanna Jerndal (secretary of ethics president of the Swedish Society of Medicines student and junior doctor section and junior doctor at Umeå University Hospital) and Hana Awil (resident physician in family medicine in Mora and committee member of the Swedish Society of Medicine´s Committee on Global Health.

This is the second and final part of the conversation on the 2030 Agenda.

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