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The North-South Institute analyses post-2015 proposals

“The clear, quantifiable and time-bound nature of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), with goals, targets and indicators by which progress can be measured, has been heralded as one of the most valuable features of the MDGs.  It is likely that the post-2015 agenda will be framed in a similar way, but with a new set of priorities. As a result, a number of proposals are being made on the issues, and corresponding goals, targets and indicators, which should make up the post-2015 development framework.

Last week, Gina Bergh from the Overseas Development Institute published a list of emerging proposals on post2015.org.  She also asked for help in figuring out the gaps, especially in any proposals with concrete targets and indicators. Gina, your wish is my command! The North-South Institute is thrilled to launch its “Tracking Post-2015” initiative.  The initiative will track, follow and analyze the post-2015 process…”

Read more about this initiative by Kate Higgins here at the North South Institute website.


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January 1st, 2016
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