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Monitoring progress made in attaining sustainable development is a highly debated issue. Starting from the framework defined by the United Nations 2030 Agenda and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), in this paper dashboard and multidimensional index were chosen as instruments for assessing and communicating progress made in implementation of SDG. Their contributions have been discussed for Brazil in the years 2000s. Brazil is a federation of 26 States and a Federal District. To take into consideration local differences, data were collected and examined on a State base. By using a dashboard of 13 dimensions, one for each of the selected SDG, as well as a multidimensional index, it was possible to outline a better description of progress made in each Brazilian State over the selected period, as well as to identify specific obstacles to sustainable development.
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