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Agenda post 2015

2014/11/9: WTC's Outlook on the Global Agenda 2015

The Outlook on the Global Agenda 2015 features an analysis of the Top 10 trends which will preoccupy our experts for the next 12-18 months as well as the key challenges facing the world’s regions, an overview of global leadership and governance, and the emerging issues that will define our future.

New York – 23 of September 2014: United Nations Climate Summit – Joint statement of Non-State actors’ representatives

Catalyzing Action

"We, undersigned members and representatives of the major groups and constituencies recognized under
the United Nations, have decided to come together and speak as one on the imperatives that must underpin
the global agreement on climate change to be adopted in 2015 in Paris. [...]"

2014/09/10: UN General Assembly adopts SDG OWG Report as basis for negotiations

The General Assembly adopted three resolutions today (10th September) , including one that would pave the way for the incorporation of sustainable development goals into the post-2015 development agenda.

Can we change our UNsustainable path ? Yes we can !

Can we change our UNsustainable path ? Yes we can !................................................... 1
How would we know if the world is on an unsustainable path?........................................ 1
No system can indefinitely grow within finite limits........................................................... 1
Now there's a difference between growth and development !.......................................... 1
Now our present civilisation is based on growth................................................................. 1

2014/07/20: Outcome Document - Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals

Introduction to the Proposal of The Open Working Group for Sustainable Development Goals

1. The Rio+ outcome document, The future we want, inter alia, set out a mandate to establish an Open Working Group to develop a set of sustainable development goals for consideration and appropriate action by the General Assembly at its 68th session. It also provided the basis for their conceptualization. The Rio outcome gave the mandate that the SDGs should be coherent with and integrated into the UN development agenda beyond 2015.

2014/07/05: SDGs, Means of implementation in latest ‘zero draft’ fall well below expectations

Means of Implementation remains the most fiercely contested issue in the negotiations of the Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals at the United Nations headquarters in New York.

With the release of the Co-Chairs’ revised version of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) ‘Zero Draft’ on 30 June, the intergovernmental negotiations during the final session of the Open Working Group (OWG) in mid-July becomes even more critical. The OWG Co-Chairs are Ambassadors Macharia Kamau of Kenya and Csaba Korosi of Hungary.

Influencing the post-2015 development agenda: advocacy toolkit

This toolkit is for civil society and other stakeholder organisations, coalitions and individuals that wish to influence the post-2015 development agenda, including the design of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

It aims to equip you with relevant information and tools to enable you to develop and implement an effective post-2015 advocacy strategy. You can either follow its step-by-step approach or simply consult the tips, tools and case studies most relevant to your existing activities.

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