Post2015.org is collating key recent post-2015 resources and news in a round-up post. Below, read today’s selection:
Profitable development solutions: How the private sector can contribute to the post-2015 agenda – new Brookings report by Laurence Chandy, Kemal Dervis¸, George Ingram, Homi Kharas and Steven Rocker published by Global Economy and Development at Brookings on the role of the private sector and how it can be leveraged in the development agenda.
A Post-2015 Fiscal Revolution: Human Rights Policy Brief – new briefing from the Center for Economic and Social Rights and Christian Aid released for the 11th session of the Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals and sets out commitments needed to deliver a ‘Post-2015 Fiscal Revolution’ by integrating human rights standards into the design of fiscal policy at both the national and international levels.
Framework for the Future: Ending Poverty in a Generation – a new report presenting Save the Children’s proposals for 12 global goals that would help to build a world that is prosperous, resilient and free from poverty with the protection and advancement of children’s rights at the heart of the framework.
Financing for Development Post-2015: Improving the Contribution of Private Finance – report commissioned by the European Parliament and looking at financing for developing countries and suggests how private investment can be made more effective.
Compilation of Goals and Targets Suggestions from OWG 10 – a response to the Co-Chairs of the Open Working Group’s Focus Area Document from March 2014 from the Sustainable Development Knowledge Forum.
Tests of Success of the SDGs – A tool for designing and assessing sustainable development goals and targets by Stakeholder Forum under the Sustainable Development 2015 programme. This tool is meant to help governments and other stakeholders to create and choose ambitious and effective sustainable development goals and targets that fulfil commitments made at Rio+20.
Preliminary Benefit-Cost Assessment for 11th Session OWG Goals – The Copenhagen Consensus Center has conducted a cost benefit analysis to determine which targets will achieve the most social good by categorising the targets from the 11th session Open Working Group document into five categories, ranging from phenomenal to poor.
The OWG-11 ‘Focus Areas’ Paper: An IRF Review – A new report by the Independent Research Forum 2015, a collaboration of 11 leading research institutes from across the globe, reviewing the latest version of the OWG Co-Chairs’ ‘focus areas’ paper: the working document for the 11th session of the OWG.
Global Sustainability & Human Prosperity: contribution to the Post-2015 agenda and the development of Sustainable Development Goals – new discussion paper by the Stockholm Resilience Centre exploring the links between human wellbeing and the biosphere, and describing why and how these links should influence the formulation of the new SDGs. It explores what we can learn from the MDGs, and how existing international agreements can be reflected in the Post-2015 MDG process.
Defining & measuring the external stress factors that lead to conflict in the context of the post-2015 agenda –discussion paper by Saferworld and partners examining evidence on the seven external stress factors that contribute to conflict across the world, including their impact on conflict, their measurability, and the political viability of addressing them within a global development framework.
Everyone Always Everywhere: The European SRHR Community’s position on the post-2015 agenda – prepared by the European NGOs for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, Population and Development (EuroNGOs), Countdown 2015 Europe, the International Planned Parenthood Federation European Network (IPPF EN), and the ASTRA Network, the Central and Eastern European Women’s Network for Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights – this report embodies the voice of over 87 European SRHR NGOs, across 42 European countries, united by the common goal to advocate for the inclusion of universal access to sexual and reproductive health and rights in the post-2015 framework.
Media Freedom for a Better Future: Shaping the Post-2015 Development Agenda – Concept note by UNESCO on World Freedom of the Press Day 2014 on the role of media and its importance in development; safety of journalists and the rule of law; and the sustainability and integrity of journalism.