A set of over 140 indicators monitoring over 70 national priorities was created to analyze changes over time and assess Poland's progress in areas that pose challenges for our country in terms of SDGs. Contrary to global targets and indicators concerning the whole world, the priorities for Poland and the corresponding indicators are tailored to our country.
National priorities, followed by monitoring indicators, were first defined in 2018 based on the experience and conclusions from the period of Poland’s preparation for its first presentation during the Voluntary National Review at the United Nations High-Level Political Forum. In 2023, the set of priorities and indicators have undergone major changes to best take into account the new issues and challenges that Poland is facing, primarily resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic and the war in Ukraine.
Poland's approach to the implementation of the 2030 Agenda, our national achievements, updated national priorities along with monitoring indicators are presented in the report adopted by the Government of the Republic of Poland entitled Implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals in Poland. The 2023 National Report. on the occasion of Poland's participation for the second time in the voluntary national review on the implementation of SDGs.
Indicators proposed by Statistics Poland were consulted with the ministries responsible for implementing the priorities, with the leading role of the Ministry of Economic Development and Technology – the coordinator of the 2030 Agenda implementation process in Poland.