9 January: The UN Post-2015 Development Agenda - Where to start
What is the “post-2015 UN development agenda”? What will become of the MDGs? What is the link to ‘SDGs’ and to the followup to the Rio+20 Conference? Who is involved in the consultations on the post2015 development agenda? What is the High-Level Panel? How will the voices of the poorest and most vulnerable people be included? What happens next in the post-2015 process? Interest by civil society and other stakeholders is growing in these questions. Answers to these questions are posted in a brief FAQ sheet.
Download the FAQ sheet here (PDF).
The following sites will help you to connect to the debate.
post2015hlp.org: Official website of the Panel
worldwewant2015.org: Joint United Nations and civil society platform facilitating national, thematic and online consultations in the months ahead, with links to many civil society initiatives.
un.org/millenniumgoals: Select "Beyond 2015" to get an overview, timeline, resources and think pieces related to the post-2015 process.
endpoverty2015.org: United Nations Millennium Campaign website.
UN System Task Team on the Post-2015 UN Development Agenda: Overview of the process so far.
Realizing the Future We Want for All: Report by the UN System Task Team to the Secretary-General, published June 2012.
Sustainable Development Goals: Website of DESA's Division for Sustainable Development, with latest news and initiatives on the SDGs.
UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network: Mobilizing scientific and technical expertise for local, national, and global problem solving.
MY World: Vote for the changes that would make the most difference to your world.
More information: http://www.post2015hlp.org/
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