Inequality in a post-2015 framework, BOND Beyond 2015 UK, September 2014
Environmental Sustainability in a post-2015 framework, BOND Beyond 2015 UK, September 2014
By a group of Post-Graduate Students of PGDM-Development Studies (pursuing) with their mentors and faculty, 21 September, 2013
We, participants of the Colloquium have analysed the efforts of the global community to reach a common articulation of some of the most crucial issues in the world through the formulation of the ‘Millennium Development Goals’ (MDGs). The MDGs framework is essential for the nations of the world to progress together and assure their responsibility and accountability to the people. While there has been some progress in achieving the objectives of the MDGs as was envisaged in the Millennium Declaration, there remains a lot to be achieved.
African Monitor, 2013
The Voice Africa’s Future initiative was rolled out in 10 countries: offline work is being undertaken in Burkina Faso, Malawi, South Africa and Zambia, and online work – the subject of this report – in six countries (Botswana, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda) to create a platform to enable youth to participate in post-2015 process and ensure that their voices are heard. Through various events, roundtables and thousands of SMSs, African youth were able to express their vision for post-2015 Africa.
Overseas Development Institute (ODI), UK Met Office and Risk Management Solutions, October 2103
This report examines the relationship between disasters and poverty. It suggests that the post-2015 development goals must include targets on disasters and climate change, recognising the threat they pose to the headline goal of eradicating extreme poverty by 2030.
United Nations Association UK, Sept 2013
The report considers the context in which the MDGs were developed, assesses progress to date, offers views on achieving the 2015 targets, and provides insights into the creation of the post-2015 agenda.
The World We Want 2015, August 2013
The World We Want 2015 Water Thematic Consultation, facilitated under the umbrella of UN-Water, co-led by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN DESA) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), and co-hosted by Jordan, Liberia, Mozambique, the Netherlands and Switzerland has helped define the role of water in the post-2015 development agenda.
Report of the Secretary-General, July 26, 2013
According to the latest report from the UN Secretary-General, the “new post-2015 era demands a new vision” and a new universal agenda. Sustainable development – which must become both a global guiding principle and an operational standard – will require deep economic transformations and a new global partnership.
Beyond 2015 Korea, July 3, 2013
Following the Beyond 2015 Korea position paper (Feb 2013) and the ADA1 statement (June 2013), Beyond 2015 Korea would like to express the opinion of the South Korean Civil Society in response to the “Report of the High-Level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post-2015 Development Agenda” (hereinafter “UN-HLP Report”), submitted to the UN Secretary-General on 30 May 2013.
ANPED, a debate the with international several networks NGO-network in Europe together working with on CIDSE development and EEB took and the environmental initiative to issues. The main goal was to have a clearer picture and joint strategy on how to link and eventually merge the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) process with the Beyond 2015 process (Millennium Development Goals MDGs). As both processes are being followed up in two more or less different circuits, ENV/SD and DEV, constant communication is important between each other on one hand, and with other relevant/(interested) networks (health, finance, etc.) on the other hand to be on line with a participatory, inclusive and relevant approach also at this phase.
The Consultative Group on Early Childhood Care and Developmen, March 19, 2013
Expansion and improvement of Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) is the first goal in the Education for All (EFA) Dakar Framework. While progress has been made, most governments still do not prioritise early childhood in their health, education, poverty reduction or other national plans, and many countries still lack early childhood development policies, strategic plans and laws.
The Consultative Group on Early Childhood Care and Developmen, 2013
A measurable and actionable Early Childhood Development (ECD)1 goal will not only strengthen efforts towards the health, development and well-being of young children but also work to reduce the inter-generational transmission of poverty and inequality. Such a goal should be part of a human development and rights-based framework2 that promotes equitable and sustainable development and is implemented in partnership with multiple sectors and multiple partners.
Pakistan Coalition For Education, 2013
This paper seeks to state Pakistan Coalition for Education’s (PCE) position vis-à-vis the post-2015 education agenda, in the context of Pakistan. It has three broad aims. First, it highlights the importance of the on-going global efforts to set the post-2015 agenda. Second, it stresses the need to proactively engage with the current policy debate surrounding the global education goals. Third, it outlines the issues and areas in relation to education in Pakistan that the decision makers both at home and abroad must take into account.
Pio Wennubst and Timo Mahn, Briefing Paper 13/2013
In order to build up the necessary support and momentum for substantial reforms of a funding structure “beyond aid”, stakeholders will need a clear understanding of the specific role that the UN Development System would be playing in the post-2015 agenda, and assurances that the UN Development System “House” is well prepared to deliver. A sequenced approach meets these concerns.
The Unnayan Onneshan Contribution to Post 2015 Development Framework, 18 July 2013
This paper contains the Unnayan Onneshan contribution to the ongoing discussion of a global development framework as a replacement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in the backdrop of the recommendations made by United Nations Secretary-General appointed high-level panel on post-2015 development agenda.
Overseas Development Institute, European Union, European Centre for Development Policy Management, 21 May 2013
This European Report on Development aims to provide an independent contribution to the debate on a possible post-2015 development framework to succeed the MDGs and what elements it might usefully incorporate. The Report focuses on the potential value of a new global framework in generating a concerted movement to promote development and support the efforts of poor countries to this end. Have the MDGs helped or even hindered their development progress, or have they perhaps served mainly to mobilise donors? How might a new global agenda most usefully support national development efforts?
World Federation of United Nations Associations, May 2013
This issue aims to invite the reader into an imaginary UN conference room, where leading global opinion makers from different sectors have gathered to share their views on the post-2015 process. Contributing authors include UNDP Administrator Helen Clark, the Liberian Head of State and Co-Chair of the High Level Panel on Post-2015 President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and Unilever CEO and High Level Panel Member Paul Polman.
IDS, Beyond 2015 and UKAid, March 2013
Key recommendations based on the findings of the research with people living in greatest poverty and those who are most marginalised.
Claire Melamed and Emma Samman, April 2013
The authors argue that addressing inequality should be central to the post-2015 development framework. Their paper says inequality must be approached on multiple levels: within countries, among nations, and between generations. Tracking inequalities – for example, the progress of the poorest quintile of the population – is important, but to actually reduce inequality, we must reduce the structural inequalities that cause poverty, they say.
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR), April 2013
This synthesis report provides countries and all stakeholders with an overview of the issues emerging to date on the consultations and development of a post-2015 framework for disaster risk reduction (HFA2). The key purpose of this report is to provide the basis for continued consultations, and to inform a draft HFA2 following the Fourth Session of the Global Platform in May 2013.
Protect my Future: A series of papers on child protection in the post-MDG agenda
Terre des Hommes believe that Child Protection and child rights must receive due policy priority in this Agenda. This is an ambitious objective that needs common efforts by child rights defenders. Under the lead work of the NGO “Family for Evey Child”, a group of NGOs joined efforts to produce a series of six thematic position papers aimed at influencing the post-MDG agenda. Terre des Hommes contributed to that common work. They invite any organisation involved in the post-MDG debate to make use of them to promote development based on child rights.
Neva Frecheville and Bernadette Fischler (CAFOD), March 2013
This paper on the post-2015 agenda looks at the value-add of a global development framework, contributing to the discussion to define the post-2015 agenda. It looks in detail at the values CAFOD believes the framework should be built on to take us towards a shared vision for global development. The paper shows how this can be practically done by suggesting example goals which embody those values, including empowering governance, equitable economies, and resilient livelihoods. Finally, it makes a suggestion on the framework architecture, and how indicators can link across goals to ensure that no goal can be left behind while the others make progress.
Center for Economic and Social Rights, 2013
To be effective in meeting the new and persistent challenges of our time, CESR believes any future sustainable development framework should be anchored in the essential human rights principles of universality, interdependence, equality, participation, transparency and accountability, and in the duty of all states to guarantee at least minimum essential floors of rights enjoyment, to use the maximum of their available resources to progressively realize rights for all, and to engage in international cooperation for this purpose.
Douglas Brooks, Kaushal Joshi, John W. McArthur, Changyong Rhee, Guanghua Wan, January 2013
The paper discusses key challenges faced throughout the Asia and the Pacific region as a number of its developing economies graduate from low-income status to middle-income status at the same time as the region remains home to the majority of the world’s poor people and a number of fragile states. The region is gaining increased influence in the world economy but is still grappling to overcome interrelated challenges of poverty and sustainable development, so its priorities will be of significant importance in informing the contents of any post-2015 global development framework.
Peter Byass, Peter Friberg, Yulia Blomstedt, Stig Wall, 3 April 2013
Global health currently finds itself in an exciting, almost bewildering, state of flux. A plethora of initiatives, statements, high-level meetings, and other activities are generating a continuous flow of new ideas, with the impetus at least partly driven by the advent of the 2015 target date set for the Millennium Development Goals that were adopted in 2000. Whatever shape the post-2015 global health landscape may eventually take, it is already clear that there will be new targets of some kind as the world tries to make further progress on some of the less tractable health issues.
Center for Economic and Social Rights (CESR), April 2013
This briefing argues that human rights principles provide concrete guidance as to how goals and targets are framed and how common but differentiated responsibilities are defined. They also set parameters for how the new commitments are implemented and resourced, how progress is measured and how accountability for the delivery of an effective and just 21st century sustainable development framework can be ensured.
UN System Task Team on the Post-2015 UN Development Agenda, March 2013
This report reflects the shared understanding of and contributions by all members of the UN System Task Team in a genuinely collaborative process, including the preparation of ten individual think pieces on the various themes that are part of the discussion of global partnerships.
Asia Development Alliance (ADA), March 2013
From the 31st of January to the 2nd of February 2013, Bangkok-Thailand, over 70 participants from various human rights and development organizations participated in the inaugural meeting of the Asian Development Alliance (ADA). This is the official statetment that was produced at this meeting.
My World, 2013
This is the 2nd MY World Summary of Results report which was presented the High-Level Panel Meeting in Bali on 25th March 2013. The report provides information on the current findings at a global and regional level, and some information on the partnerships that have made MY World possible – the prject has just hit over 250,000 votes and counting.
Children in the post-2015 agenda
Family for Evey Child, 2013
Under the lead work of the NGO “Family for Evey Child”, a group of NGOs joined efforts to produce a series of six thematic position papers aimed at influencing the post-MDG agenda. You can download the thematic papers here:
Katharina Stepping, 2013
It is unclear how health will be positioned in the post-2015 development agenda. Health already plays a dominant role in the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Likewise, funding for health has risen considerably since 1990. For the design of a future agenda, it is important to understand the motives for the provision of health assistance and whether health MDGs have had an impact on health aid.
Clara Brandi, Carmen Richerzhagen and Katharina Stepping, 2013
Sector policies regarding water, energy and land are intertwined, particularly in their trade-offs. Policies for one sector often entail consequences – externalities – for the other two sectors, be they on a local, national, regional or global scale. These interconnections add to current pressures on water and land as well as on resources that fuel our energy system, and will thus exacerbate existing scarcity problems, as the demand for food, water and energy is expected to rise by 30–40 per cent by 2030.
Frederick Boltz, Will R. Turner, Frank Wugt Larsen, Imme Scholz and Alejandro Guarín, 2013
The idea that environmental concerns can be subordinated to economic growth disregards the fact that our society and economy are bound by a natural biophysical system that sustains life on earth. But human society and nature operate on different time scales: while solutions to human suffering are required now, environmental policies must address the long-term effects of today’s economic actions. The welfare of people today is important, but the welfare of future generations matters too: their fates are intertwined.
Markus Loewe, 2012
The majority of the MDGs refer to improvements in the wellbeing of individuals, they are thus final goals of human development (education, health, access to water) to be measured at the micro-level. The SDG agenda also involves such goals (clean air, biodiversity), but also ones that refer to the preservation or establishment of global public goods (limiting climate change, financial stability) that can thus only be measured through macroindicators. The latter are not objectives, but preconditions for sustainable development that for reasons of consistency should not enter into one agenda with final goals. Some of these are already addressed by MDG 8 (among them a fair financial and world trade system).
United Nations Development Group, March 2013
This report offers a snapshot of the current stories emerging from a global exercise in listening to people’s perspectives and priorities. It represents an effort by the UN to reflect on preliminary results for the Secretary-General’s High-level Panel of Eminent Persons o the post-2015 Development Agenda, as well as the Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals.
Contributions to the UN Thematic Consultations
Beyond 2015, March 2013
Many Beyond 2015 participating organisations have followed the call to coordinate a Beyond 2015 position paper which will input to each of the nine themes of the UN thematic consultation. You may view the full list of organisations and position papers, or use the following links to download a specific paper.
The European Commission presented on 27 February the Communication ‘A Decent Life for All’ which outlines the Commission’s position on the post 2015 development agenda and will serve as basis for discussion among the 27 EU Member States as they try to reach agreement on a common position prior to the UNGA Special Event in September 2013.
Beyond 2015 input into UN thematic consultations
Beyond 2015, March 2013
Lead agencies and drafting teams have been finalising Beyond 2015 position papers for the 11 UN thematic consultations. Recent papers which have been finalised include water and sanitation, governance and population dynamics.
Please note that all Beyond2015’s position papers can be found on this website.
UNICEF, March 2013
Businesses have played an important role in contributing to the MDGs but in order to help create a world fit for children, they must go further. This briefing identifies the steps that businesses should take to maximise their impact on development and the role that the UK Government must play to support responsible business behaviour.
Since September 2012, Beyond 2015 and the Global Call to Action Against Poverty (GCAP) have been creating a global civil society position on a post-2015 framework. This is happening through a series of national, regional, and community civil society deliberations that are currently ongoing. So far, civil society deliberations are planned in 40 countries in Europe, Latin America, Africa, and Asia. In a review of the deliberations that have taken place so far around the world, we have received reports from 22 countries about community, regional and national deliberations. This report is the synthesis of these outcomes.
Tim Wilson, Februrary 2013
Most of the major developed countries that Australia negotiates with in international climate talks – the Umbrella group of non-European developed countries – have not ratified a second commitment period under Kyoto, including Canada, Japan, New Zealand and Russia.
Simelane & Chiroro, Februrary 2013
What will replace the MDGs? In analysing this question, this brief evaluates Africa’s vulnerability to the shrinkage of resources that had been allocated for development through a grand world strategy such as the MDGs. In the post-2015 development agenda, Africa expects to play a critical role in areas such as agriculture, which has the potential to reduce poverty and hunger.
EuroNGOs, October 2012
The European NGOs for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, Population and Development (EuroNGOs) is a European network of nongovernmental organizations working on sexual and reproductive health and rights issues in development cooperation and global policy. EuroNGOs is for a sustainable world without poverty where all individuals enjoy good sexual and reproductive health and well-being and are empowered to exercise their sexual and reproductive
health and rights (SRHR).
Saferworld Briefing, Februrary 2013
This briefing paper presents options for goals, targets and indicators that could help address conflict and violence as part of the post-2015 development framework. It builds on a series of three Saferworld Issue Papers entitled ‘Addressing conflict and violence from 2015’.
Sabina Alkire and Andy Sumner, Februrary 2013
This brief considers what the Multidimensional Poverty Index (MPI), reflecting acute multidimensional poverty, could offer in the context of the post-2015 MDG discussions.
George Ndungu, January 2013
From 18th-20th November 2012, representatives of regional, sub regional and national youth organizations and participated in the African Youth Conference on Post-2015 Development Agenda at the UN Gigiri, organized by Organization of African Youth-Kenya in partnership with UNDP, UN-Habitat, PACJA, FEMNET, VSO Jitolee and Faces of Peace Kenya.
Kaganga John, January 2013
Beyond 2015 invited Kaganga John to the High Level Panel Civil Society Outreach Event on behalf of the Department of International Development (DFID). The event was part of the London meeting of the High Level Panel of Eminent Person on the Post-2015 Development Agenda (HLP) Co-chaired by the Prime Minister.
Anda M. Adams, December 2012
This paper describes the leading frameworks proposed for the post-2015 global development agenda and discusses how education and learning fit within each of those frameworks.
Stakeholder Forum, January 2013
This report is a synthesis of the information provided in the submissions and intends to present the findings of the questionnaire in a way that is accessible to all governments and stakeholders. The information has been collated by country type and region with an aim to help identify key priorities.
Werner Puschra and Sara Burke (EDS.), February 2013
This publication highlights the perspectives of new social, trade union, and protest movements in regions that have experienced great social upheaval due to recent crises—North Africa and the Middle East, Europe, and North America.
Brazil in conflict-affected states – implications for post-2015, Saferworld, February 2013.
Addressing horizontal inequalities as drivers of conflict in the post-2015 development agenda, Saferworld and the United Nations Peacebuilding Support Office, February 2013.
Towards a Post-2015 Development Framework: Position Paper, EuroNGOs, Countdown 2015 Europe, IPPF EN and ASTRA, February 2013
Policy Brief: Priorities for the Post-2015 Development Agenda, High-Level Task Force for ICPD, February 2013
Achieving Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment in the Post-2015 Framework, Gender & Development Network, January 2013
Children’s rights and the post-2015 development agenda, Bond Child Rights Group briefing, December 2012
Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals. UN Negotiations Begin, Marianne Beisheim, SWP, November 2012
Jobs and livelihoods at the heart of the post-2015 development agenda, ILO Concept Note, November 2012
Healthy Development in the Post-2015 Era, Yanzhong Huang, CFR, November 2012
How can large businesses contribute to the post-2015 agenda?, Alison Holder, David McNair and Sara Godfrey, Save the Children, November 2012
Disability in the Post-2015 Framework, Lorraine Wapling, Sightsavers, November 2012
Inequalities Relating to Health and the life Course: Disability, Mental Illness and Older Age, Emma Samman and Laura Rodriguez-Takeuchi, ODI, November, 2012
Climate, Scarcity and Sustainability in the Post-2015 Development Agenda, Alex Evans, November 2012
Sexual and Reproductive Rights in the next Global Framework: Promoting a Critical Dialogue, Report of the Annual COnference of the European NGOs for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, Population and Development (EuroNGOs), October 2012
A new distribution of income and power, International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), October 2012
Eliminating inequalities in sanitation, water and hygiene, Catarina de Albuquerque, UN Special Rapporteur on the human right to safe drinking water and sanitation, October 2012
How can the post 2015 process drive real change? The political economy of global commitments, Duncan Green, Stephen Hale & Matthew Lockwood, Oxfam, October 2012
On irrational exuberance about MDG progress, Jan Vandemoortele, October 2012
2012 Report: Youth and skills: Putting education to work, UNESCO, October 2012
Righting the MDGs: contexts and opportunities for a post-2015 development framework, ActionAid, September 2012
What does the world really want from the next global development goals?: Ensuring that the world’s poor define the post- 2015 framework, Ben Leo with Khai Hoan Tram, ONE, September 2012
The Post-2015 Development Agenda: Breaking new ground for a global framework, Heiner Janus and Dr. Stephan Klingebiel, German Development Institute (DIE), September 2012
International institutions and new sustainable development goals beyond 2015: climate change, poor and vulnerable countries, Joy Hyvarinen, FIELD, September 2012
Alternative Development Strategies for the Post-2015 era, Edited by José Antonio Alonso, Giovanni Andrea Cornia and Rob Vos, forthcoming (2013)
Accelerating progress towards the Millennium Development Goals: options for sustained and inclusive growth and issues for advancing the United Nations development agenda beyond 2015, Annual report of the UN Secretary-General, August 2012
How we got here and where we are heading, Professor Mukesh Kapila, The Bellagio Initiative, August 2012
Post-2015 Fever Heat? Yes. Light? No, Lawrence Haddad, IDS, August 2012
Approaching post-2015 from a peace perspective, Saferworld, August 2012
Post-2015 Education MDGs, Nicholas Burnett & Colin Felsman, ODI, August 2012
Security: the missing bottom of the Millennium Development Goals?, Lisa Denney, ODI, August 2012
Should global goal setting continue, and how, in the post-2015 era? Sakiko Fukuda-Parr, July 2012
Gender equality and the post-2015 framework, Jessica Woodroffe & Emily Esplen, Gender & Development Network, July 2012
Horizon 2025: Creative destruction in the aid industry, Homi Kharas and Andrew Rogerson, ODI, July 2012
The UN Development Strategy for Transformative Change Beyond 2015, Sakiko Fukuda-Parr, The New School University, July 2012
Enabling International Environment for transformative changes beyond 2015, Norman Girvan, July 2012
Africa ready for post-2015 development agenda – MDG report, UNECA, July 2012
Emerging perspectives from Africa on the post-2015 development agenda, UNECA, July 2012
Disaster risk management in post-2015 policy frameworks, ODI, June 2012
No Future Without Justice, Report of the Civil Society Reflection Group on Global Development Perspectives, June 2012
Realizing the Future We Want for All: Report to the Secretary-General, UN Task Team on Post-2015, June 2012 (see also Key Recommendations and Executive Summary)
Culture: a Driver and an Enabler of Sustainable Development, UN Task Team on Post 2015 – UNESCO, June 2012
Sustainable urbanization, UN Task Team on Post 2015 – UN Habitat, May 2012
Post-2015 Development Agenda: Guidelines for National Consultations, United Nations Development Group, June 2012
The United Nations Development Strategy Beyond 2015, UN DESA, June 2012
Post-2015 Millennium Development Goals: What role for business?, Paula Lucci, ODI, June 2012
VIDEO: UNICEF Debate – Post 2015: What Next? (Amina Az-Zubair, Naila Kabeer, and Claire Melamed, June 2012)
Post 2015: why we need a new development agenda, Rob Vos, June 2012
Towards a New Post-2015 Development Agenda, Ernest Aryeetey, June 2012
Who needs a development framework post 2015?, Charles Abugre, June 2012
Post MDGs: what next for a global development agenda that takes human rights seriously?, Alicia Ely Yamin, June 2012
What should follow in 2016?, Charles Kenny, June 2012
Locally-led monitoring as an engine for a more dynamic and accountable post 2015 development agenda, Richard Morgan and Shannon O’Shea, June 2012
Will the MDGs survive beyond 2015?, Jan Vandemoortele, June 2012
Inequality, a new frontier for post 2015 development policy, Claire Melamed, June 2012
Development beyond 2015: new One-World goals for critical global challenges, Mukesh Kapila, June 2012
Climate change as part of the post-2015 development agenda, Lucy Scott, Andrew Shepherd, ODI, June 2012
The Wheel of Development: the Millennium Development Goals as a communication and development tool, Dorine van Norren, June 2012
No future without justice – Report of the Civil Society Reflection Group on Global Development Perspectives, June 2012
Disaster Risk and Resilience, UN Task Team on Post 2015 – UNISDR/WMO, May 2012
Education and skills for inclusive and sustainable development beyond 2015, UN Task Team on Post 2015 -UNESCO, May 2012
Countries with special needs, UN Task Team on Post 2015 – OHRLLS, May 2012
Disaster risk and resilience, UN Task Team on Post 2015 – UNISDR, WMO, May 2012
Emerging development challenges for the post-2015 UN development agenda: Employment, UN Task Team on Post 2015 – ILO, May 2012
Imagining a world free from hunger: Ending hunger and malnutrition and ensuring food and nutrition security, UN Task Team on Post 2015 – FAO, IFAD, WFP, May 2012
Governance and development, UN Task Team on Post 2015 – UNDESA, UNDP, UNESCO, May 2012
Health in the post-2015 UN development agenda, UN Task Team on Post 2015 – UNAIDS, UNICEF, UNFPA, WHO, May 2012
Towards freedom from fear and want: Human rights in the post-2015 agenda, UN Task Team on Post 2015 – OHCHR, May 2012
Addressing inequalities: The heart of the post-2015 agenda and the future we want for all, UN Task Team on Post 2015 – ECE, ESCAP, UNDESA, UNICEF, UNRISD, UN Women, May 2012
Science, technology and innovation and intellectual property rights: The vision for development, UN Task Team on Post 2015 – IAEA, ITU, UNESCO, UNOOSA, WIPO, May 2012
Macroeconomic stability, inclusive growth and employment, UN Task Team on Post 2015 – ILO, UNCTAD, UNDESA, WTO, May 2012
Migration and human mobility, UN Task Team on Post 2015 – IOM, UNDESA, May 2012
Peace and security, UN Task Team on Post 2015 – PBSO, May 2012
Population dynamics, UN Task Team on Post 2015 – UNDESA, UNFPA, May 2012
Social protection: A development priority in the post-2015 UN development agenda, UN Task Team on Post 2015 – ECA, ILO, UNCTAD, UNDESA, UNICEF, May 2012
Building on the MDGs to bring sustainable development to the post-2015 development agenda, UN Task Team on Post 2015 – ECE, ESCAP, UNDESA, UNEP, UNFCCC, May 2012
Post-2015 – Opportunities for EU-12 CSOs. Briefing Paper, TRIALOG-FoRS, May 2012
Post-2015 Health MDGs, Julian Schweitzer, Marty Makinen and Lara Wilson, Results for Development institute, May 2012
Inclusive growth and a post-2015 framework, Gina Bergh, Claire Melamed, ODI, May 2012
A binding Food Treaty: a post-MDG proposal worth exploring, Jose Luis Vivero, May 2012
The MDGs and Human Rights: Past, Present and Future, Edited by Malcolm Langford, Andy Sumner and Alicia Ely Yamin. Cambridge University Press (2013)
Reporting on Development: ODA and Financing for Development, ECDPM, April 2012
Beyond 2015: Perspectives for the Future of Education, Sobhi Tawil, UNESCO, April 2012
Beyond the Millennium Development Goals. Agreeing to a Post-2015 Development Framework, Alex Evans and David Steven, April 2012
Post-2015 Goals, Targets and Indicators, CIGI, April 2012
Using Human security Principles to Develop a Post-2015 Framework, IDS, April 2012
Human Security and the Next Generation of Comprehensive Human Development Goals, Gabriele Koehler, Des Gasper, Richard Jolly, Mara Simane, April 2012
Advancing the global development agenda post-2015: some thoughts, ideas and practical suggestions, Jan Vandemoortele, April 2012
The MDGs after 2015: Some reflections on the possibilities, Deepak Nayyar, April 2012
After the MDGs: Citizen Deliberation and the Post-2015 Development Framework, Scott Wisor, March 2012 (non-subscribers can find a penultimate version of this paper here).
Poverty, Human Rights and the Global Order: Framing the Post-2015 Agenda, Thomas Pogge, Yale University, Global Justice Program, April 2012
Post-2015 policymaking. What is being planned, what might actually happen, and CAFOD‟s current policy lines, Amy Pollard & Bernadette Fischler, March 2012
Articulating a Post-2015 MDG Agenda, UNECA – African Union Commission, March 2012
Putting inequality in the post-2015 picture, Claire Melamed, ODI, March 2012
Towards a Post-2015 Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction, UN ISDR, February 2012
A safe and just space for humanity, Kate Raworth, OxfamGB, February 2012
After 2015. Contexts, politics and processes for a post-2015 global agreement on development, Claire Melamed, January 2012
More Money or More Development: What Have the MDGs Achieved?, Charles Kenny and Andy Sumner, December 2011
After the MDGs – what then?, Janice Giffen with Brian Pratt, November 2011
Towards an African Position on the Post-2015 Development Agenda, UNECA, November 2011
Towards a successor framework to the Millennium Development Goals. Next steps for the United Nations, Beyond 2015, October 2011
A Post-2015 Framework for Development: Starting a Substantive Conversation, Workshop Report, UNDP & ODI, October 2011
A post-2015 global development agreement: why, what, who?, Claire Melamed and Andy Sumner, October 2011
A global development framework after 2015. Engaging poor people in its formulation, Annie Quick & Simon Burall, September 2011
The Millennium Development Goals after 2015: no goals yet, please, Claire Melamed, September 2011
Summary of the Millennium Consumption Goals (MCGs), September 2011
MDGs and the narrative of development, Sakiko Fukuda-Parr, September 2011
Rio+20: Sustainable Development Goals, Colombia’s proposal on Sustainable Development Goals, August 2011
Toward a Post-2015 Development Paradigm, Barry Carin and Mukesh Kapila, CIGI, August 2011
Accelerating progress towards the Millennium Development Goals, Annual report of the UN Secretary-General, July 2011
Getting to a post-2015 framework. What are the scenarios?, Amy Pollard, July 2011
The post-2015 Development Agenda. The Millennium Development Goals in perspective, Dutch Advisory Council on International Affairs, April 2011
The Millennium Consumption Goals (MCG): a concrete proposal, Philip Vergragt, February 2011
A 100 voices, Amy Pollard, Andy Sumner, Monica Polato-Lopes & Agnès de Mauroy, March 2011
A 2015 Agenda for Africa: development from a Human perspective, Yehualashet Mekonen, January 2010. To access to this report, you have to be a member of Euforic, a social network people organisations engaged in international cooperation and development
A Need for a new narrative: The MDGs post 2015, Ellen Lammers, August 2009
After 2015, we need a new set of millennium development goals that apply to all countries, Jonathan Glennie, November 2010
After 2015: 3D Human Wellbeing, Andy Sumner, J. Allister McGregor, January 2009
After 2015: Gender Equality, Nicola Jones, Rebecca Holmes, Jessica Espry, January 2009
After 2015: progress and challenges for development, Claire Melamed and Lucy Scott, March 2011
After 2015: Promoting Pro-Poor Policy after the MDGS – The Plenary Presentations and Discussion, Michael Tribe and Aurélien Lafon, June 2009
After 2015: Promoting Pro-poor Policy after the MDGs, Caitlin Porter
After 2015: Promoting Pro-Poor Policy after the MDGs, Jasmine Subasat
After 2015: Promoting Pro-poor Policy after the MGDs, Donald Kasongi
After 2015: Pro-Poor Low Carbon Development, Frauke Urban, Andy Sumner, July 2009
An MDG-Plus Agenda for Africa, Alfred G. Nhema, January 2010
Before and after 2015, Jeff Waage, September 2010
Development in Domestic and Global politics: broader streams of post-2015 work, Globopolis staff, December 201
Global Poverty Reduction to 2015 and Beyond: What has been the Impact of the MDGs and what are the Options for a Post-2015 Global Framework?, Andy Sumner and Meera Tiwari, October 201
Goalposts: What next for MGDs?, Frans Bieckmann, Issue 22 October/November 2010.
How the MDGs are unfair to Africa, William Easterly, November 2007
Human rights: The post-2015 agenda?, Aldo Caliari, September 2010
Millenium development Goals and Human rights, Conference MARCH 22-23, 2010, Harvard Law School
Poverty Reduction and the MDGs Paradigm, Andrew Shepherd, 2009
Promoting Pro-Poor Policy after the MDGs, Ghataoura Rajpal Singh, April 2009
Taking Rights Seriously: Six Ways to Fix the MDGs, Malcolm Langford
Taking the MDGs Beyond 2015: Hasten Slowly, Jan Vandemoortele, May 2009
The Global Development Cycle, MDGs and the Future of Poverty Reduction, Charles Gore, 2008
The Impact and Design of the MDGs: Some Reflections, Richard Manning, January 2010
The Johannesburg Statement on the Millennium Development Goals, Global poverty summit Johannesburg, January 2011
The MDG-Human Rights Nexus to 2015 and Beyond, Mary Robinson, January 2010
The MDGs after the Crisis, Global Monitoring Report, World Bank, 2010
The MDGs Beyond 2015, Selim Jahan, January 2010
The Millennium Development Goals: a cross- sectorial analysis and principles for goal setting after 2015, Jeff Waage, September 2010
Thinking Ahead. Development Models and Indicators of Well-being Beyond the MDGs, Jens Martens, November 2010
Toward a Post-2015 Development Paradigm, Meeting report, Hosted by International Federation of red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and Center for International Governance Innovation, Geneva, February 2011
Using indicators to encourage development: Lessons from the Millennium Development Goals, Richard Manning, 2009
What are the options for a post-2015 global framework?, Andy Sumner, October 2010
Where Europe Stands in the New Aid Architecture and Why We Need a New €5bn European MDG Fund, Simon Maxwell, June 2006
Why the MDGs need critical friends, Alison Evans, September 2010
What Next for the Millennium Development Goals?, Todd Moss, May 2010