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Post-2015 resources round-up

Post2015.org is collating key recent post-2015 resources and news in a round-up post. Below, read today’s selection: Copenhagen Consensus Governance and Institutions papers – The Copenhagen Consensus Center has just published a set of papers for our latest topic, Governance and Institutions. It seems clear then, that the global community should set goals for more transparency, … Continue reading

Southern Voice Alert

Part A: Activities of Network Members during October – December 2014 Findings on Country-level Data Test presented in New York Members of the Southern Voice on Post-MDGs International Development Goals network showcased the initial results of their country-level studies of Post-2015 Data Test initiative on 14 October 2014, in New York. Member states, think tanks, … Continue reading

Moving Forward on the Governance SDG

Written by Martin S. Edwards, Associate Professor and Director, Center for UN and Global Governance Studies the blog of the Center for UN and Global Governance Studies “No one disputes the ambitiousness of the proposed Sustainable Development Goals.  Both in scope and in process, these goals are a marked departure from the Millennium Development Goals that preceded … Continue reading

Through the people’s lens exhibition & panel discussion

Through the people’s lens exhibition Monday 16 – Friday 27 February. Admission free. All welcome.  This exhibition hosted at the Royal Geographical Society and in partnership with PhotoVoice showcases photographs and narratives by community memebers in China, Ethiopia, Ghana, Nepal, Peru and Tunisia who were supported by PhotoVoice through photography workshops to share their views … Continue reading

Do we really need to think about pro-poorest growth (PP²G)?

Written by Laura Rodriguez Takeuchi, Research Officer at Overseas Development Institute on the Chronic Poverty Advisory Network blog. “In a recent speech at the Bond conference, a meeting of UK organizations working in international development, the UK secretary of state, Justine Greening, seems to suggest that we need not be concerned with pro-poor growth.  In … Continue reading

How consumer protection can help deliver the UN’s new vision of shared prosperity

Written Consumers International Director General Amanda Long on the Consumers International Blog “This week, UN member states are coming together in New York to begin to define a set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). These will replace the UN’s influential Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and will be launched in September 2015. September will also see the … Continue reading

Post-2015 resources round-up

Post2015.org is collating key recent post-2015 resources and news in a round-up post. Below, read today’s selection: Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and Integration: Achieving a better balance between the economic, social and environmental dimensions – This report by the Stakeholder Forum examines integration in the OWG proposal for SDGs and, using stakeholder proposals, puts forward options for … Continue reading

A Test of the Commitment to Access Plus Learning

Written by Ruth Levine, Global Development and Population Program Director at the Hewlett Foundation on the the Hewlett Foundation Blog. “The bell has rung. Civil society leaders from India, Pakistan, Senegal, Mali, Nigeria, Mexico, Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania have come together, with optimism and conviction, asking others to join a movement to ensure that all children … Continue reading

Whither a revolution? Three observations in response to the Roadmap for a Country-led Data Revolution.

Written by Florian Krätke, Economist, Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning (MoFEP) (floriankratke@gmail.com) in response to PARIS21’s public consultation. Discussions on the ‘data revolution’ have inflated what was previously a fringe debate. A much larger range of stakeholders are now asking for more, better, disaggregated and frequent data on all parts of public life post-2015. In … Continue reading

Funding the revolution

Written by Claire Melamed, Director of Growth, Poverty and Inequality Programme at ODI and Grant Cameron, Manager at the World Bank Group (DECDG). A revolution starts with an idea, but to become real, it has to move quickly to a practical proposition about getting stuff done. And getting things done needs money. If the ideas generated … Continue reading


January 1st, 2016
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