Posts Tagged: Post-2015

Welcome to the Data Revolution Advisory Group – but will it be a revolution driven by people?

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Article by Neva Frecheville, originally posted on CAFOD policy team blog, Serpents and Doves A warm welcome to Ban Ki-Moon’s new independent expert advisory group on the data revolution. While the data revolution conversation has been bubbling away over the last year, it’s been difficult to see how it will be brought into the official post-2015 […]

Searching for dialogues: Convergences and divergences around the Millennium Development Goals and the post-2015 global development agenda

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Carlos Cortez Ruiz, member of Participate’s Partcipatory Research Group, gives an overview of his experience engaging with the United Nations dialogues with civil society around the construction of a post-2015 development agenda. He trusts that governments, international organisations, the private sector, the civil society and all citizens work together to achieve change.

Buscando construir diálogos: Convergencias y divergencias en el debate sobre las Metas del Milenio y un marco de desarrollo más allá del 2015

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El diálogo iniciado la semana pasada en la Asamblea General de las Naciones Unidas (AG – ONU) representa un momento central en el debate internacional sobre la construcción de un futuro modelo de desarrollo y sus impactos. Carlos Cortez Ruiz, profesor-investigador miembro de la red Participate, da su opinión sobre las convergencias y los retos aun existentes en la construcción de este modelo más allá del 2015