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After the post-2015 HLP report

“Last week the ODI in London connected partners in Bogotá, Dhaka and Nairobi to share reactions to the much anticipated post-2015 High-Level Panel (HLP) Report. Chaired by Claire Melamed, the event gave audiences from around the world linked by VC the opportunity to ask questions of those closely involved in drafting the report. Panellists included two members of the HLP, Betty Maina (Chief Executive of the … Continue reading

Civil society is talking…is the High Level Panel listening?

Written by Gina Bergh and Paula Lucci, researchers at the Overseas Development Institute. Last Thursday while the High-Level Panel on Post-2015 was meeting in London, the UK’s parliamentary groups on international development and the Beyond2015 global campaign brought civil society representatives from around the world together to discuss their priorities for a post-2015 development agenda. … Continue reading

Business Goals for Development – a new vision for development post MDGs?

As the international community gears up for Rio+ 20, and also begins to focus on what is needed to replace the Millennium Development Goals when they expire in 2015, many are starting to ask whether and how the private sector should be involved in a new framework for international development. ODI has developed some initial … Continue reading

Post-2015 MDGs: What role for business?

There appears to be increasing consensus that the private sector has to be more involved than last time in the design and/or implementation of any new development goals, particularly as economic growth, trade and jobs are high on the agenda. Yet discussions on a new post-2015 framework have to date mostly included development practitioners, governments … Continue reading

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