To coincide with the opening of the 69th session of the UN General Assembly, UNA-UK has released its second major report on the post-2015 development framework.
Building on the first edition, which produced ideas on the content of the new goals, this new publication shifts the focus from ‘what’ to ‘how’, as the international community enters its final year of deliberations on the framework.
It features recommendations by over 50 contributors from the UN system, government, business and civil society and focuses on financing, delivering results, data collection, sharing knowledge and widening the participation.
Together, the articles provide a source of ideas, practical actions, analysis and case studies on the partnerships and programmes needed to create a development agenda that is truly shared, in terms of both responsibilities and benefits.
- Sharan Burrow, General Secretary, International Trade Union Confederation
- Gunilla Carlsson, member, UN High-Level Panel on the Post-2015 Development Agenda
- Helen Clark, Administrator, UN Development Programme
- Martin Chungung, Secretary General, Inter-Parliamentary Union
- Amir Dossal, Chairman, Global Partnerships Forum
- Jan Eliasson, UN Deputy Secretary-General
- Aranchá Gonzalez, Executive Director, International Trade Centre
- Richard Jolly, Honorary Professor, Institute for Development Studies
- Georg Kell, Executive Director, UN Global Compact
- Mahmound Mohieldin, World Bank Special Envoy on the Millennium Development Goals
- Ricken Patel, Founder, Avaaz
- Margareta Wahlström, Head, UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction
The publication was launched at various events in New York this week. An event in London will follow.
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