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Ban Ki-moon: why partnerships are key to fulfilling millennium goals

The Guardian interviewed UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on post-2015 and the potential of development partnerships. Read extracts below: “Ahead of the Activate New York Summit 2013 next week where the United Nations Development Group are a supporting partner, Ban Ki-moon, secretary general of the United Nations, spoke to us about the post-2015 development agenda and the power of … Continue reading

David Cameron, beware: the post-2015 aid agenda is an MDG minefield

“…But, as the PM may find to his cost, agreeing a new set of numbers is a bit more difficult now than it was in 2000. The MDGs were cooked up by a group of rich countries sitting in a room and deciding how they wanted to spend their aid to help poor countries (I … Continue reading

Johnson Sirleaf and Yudhoyono join Cameron on development goals panel

“The UN has named the UK prime minister David Cameron, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the Liberian president, and President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, of Indonesia, as co-chairs of a panel responsible for creating a new set of development goals when the present ones expire in 2015.” Read the full article on The Guardian’s Global Development pages.

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