Posts Categorized: Young people

Achieving SDGs only possible with people’s participation & monitoring

Posted by & filed under Accountability, Citizenship, Ground Level Panels, Participation, Policy influencing, Post-2015, SDGs, Uncategorized, Young people.

I first became involved with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) when the international community was just starting to think about what would replace the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), reflecting on what had and had not worked during that era. One of the most striking things that I learned, as the new Agenda was being discussed and negotiated, came […]

Shaking Accountability in Mexico

Posted by & filed under Accountability, Citizenship, Governance, Uncategorized, Unruly Politics, Young people.

Three weeks have passed since 19th September and in the aftermath of the earthquakes Mexico’s ‘accountability ecosystem’[1] appears to be thriving.  With the upcoming presidential, and lower and upper chamber, elections in 2018, the political elites are facing a growing tide of fed-up citizens taking action for real change. My work, and that of many […]