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Post-2015 High Level Panel: Summary of Private Sector Roundtable

As part of the High-Level Panel meetings taking place in early November in London, Panel members, representatives of the business community and civil society organisations took part in a roundtable discussion on the role of the private sector in the Post 2015 agenda. This document summarises the key issues discussed during that session. Download: ‘Post-2015 … Continue reading

In-depth consultation report presented to the HLP on 26 November

At the request of the Secretariat of the UN Secretary-General’s High-level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post-2015 Development Agenda, the UN Non-Governmental Liaison Service (NGLS) conducted an online consultation to gather inputs for consideration by Panelists and the Secretariat from 26 October through 7 November 2012, in two phases. The consultation, undertaken through the … Continue reading

High-level Panel of Eminent Persons on Post-2015: London Meeting

This article on the UN NGLS website features the outcomes of various HLP London meetings, including: The briefing by the Special Envoys of the HLP Co-Chairs and the HLP Secretariat The six Civil Society Roundtables The Youth Event The Private Sector Roundtable The Town Hall meeting Read the article in full here.

GMR 2013: Teaching and Learning for Development

Originally posted on Online consultation for the EFA Global Monitoring Report 2013:
Teaching and Learning for Development: Share your views on the 2013 EFA Global Monitoring Report [If you are not comfortable writing in English, you can post in any other UN language (русский, 中文, français, العربية, Español) and we’ll translate it for you] The 2013 Education…

Climate, Scarcity and Sustainability in the Post-2015 Development Agenda

This paper by Alex Evans considers what sustainability advocates should aim for in the post-2015 agenda and how they should go about it. Download: ‘Climate, scarcity and sustainability in the post-2015 development agenda’  

Goals for science in the post-2015 development agenda

“If science is to have a meaningful impact on the new SDGs, as implied in the Rio+20 outcome document, both the science and development communities need to learn from the experience of the MDGs. “The crucial lesson, perhaps unsurprisingly, emerges from the work of the Millennium Project Task Force on Science, Technology and Innovation. One … Continue reading

Development co-operation report 2012

The OECD’s 2012 Development Co-operation report is on the theme of linking sustainability and development. Download: ‘Development Co-operation Report 2012’

2013 Hunger Report – Within Reach: Global Development Goals

Written by Todd Post, senior editor with Bread for the World Institute and the author of the 2013 Hunger Report, Within Reach – Global Development Goals. The Thanksgiving holiday in the United States is one of the few times we can count on our national media looking for stories about hunger. At Bread for the … Continue reading

Who foots the bill after 2015? What new trends in development finance mean for the post-MDGs

In this working paper, ODI’s Romilly Greenhill and Annalisa Prizzon look at the past and likely future trends in development finance and review the interests and priorities of the main players in the post-2015 negotiations to propose 10 recommendations on how the post-2015 agreement should be structured and monitored. Download: ‘Who foots the bill after 2015? … Continue reading

Originally posted on Serpents and Doves: A development policy blog:
By Amy Pollard (CAFOD) and Dominic Haslam (Sightsavers) A civil society army – wouldn’t it be lovely. It would be much more convenient for policymakers if civil society was like an army.  If only we would line up in rows and march neatly in one…


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