SOS Children’s Villages has released a position paper on the post-2015 development agenda, entitled: ‘Creating a world where each child can thrive: SOS Children’s Villages vision for the Post-2015 Development Agenda’. You can read its abstract below.
“As we approach 2015 and the Millennium Development Goals come to an end, it is the time to coordinate efforts to achieve an equitable society, where no child is born condemned to a lifetime of poverty, discrimination and exclusion. As the largest international non-governmental and non-denominational organisation working with children without parental care and families at risk, SOS Children’s Villages would like to share with its vision for the Post 2015 development agenda.
Besides defining SOS Children’s Villages position on the post 2015 development agenda it outlines a set of recommendations on how children, especially those most disadvantaged and marginalised, can be mainstreamed throughout the framework. These recommendations are based on over 60 years of experience working on development issues in 133 countries worldwide.”
You can read the full document here .