Post-2015 resources round-up

Global governance and global rules for development in the post-2015 era – This policy note by the UN gives recommendations on how international cooperation could be reformed and strengthened to achieve and sustain development gains beyond post-2015.

Indicators and a monitoring framework for Sustainable Development Goals – The Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) issued a revised working draft of an indicator framework for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The report proposes an indicator framework for discussion, outlines principles for SDG monitoring and identifies gaps that need to be filled by 2016 to implement the SDGs.

UN General Assembly International financial system and development – This report, submitted in response to General Assembly resolution 68/201, reviews recent trends in international official and private capital flows to developing countries and current efforts to strengthen the international financial system, towards the post-2015 development agenda.

The Systemic Approach to International Financing for Development and the Need for a World Tax and Financial Organization – This paper by the University of Leon, Spain looks at the systemic need for international financing for development (IFfD).

 

3 Comments on "Post-2015 resources round-up"

  1. A-1,FLAT NO-507,MODI BUILDERS,QUTUBULLAPUR,HYDERABAD,INDIA-PIN-500054 | August 11, 2014 at 2:53 pm | Reply

    The International Monetary Fund and the World Bank were both created at an international conference convened in Bretton Woods,USA,in 1944.The need for a World Tax and Financial Organisation is adovocated in European Journal,and as per the resolution 68/201,a recommendation is in use of ” In particular, institutional investors, who are estimated to hold between $75 and $85 trillion in assets, have been recognized as a potential significant source of long-term financing for sustainable development. Investors with long-term liabilities, such as pension
    funds, life insurance companies, and sovereign wealth funds, which are particularly well-suited
    to invest with longer time horizons, are estimated to hold around $60 trillion.”

    This is exactly how the economies were developed in 1960-80.However the global slide down of other currencies value with reference to the USA $,U.K.,AND Europe currencies have necessiated these countries to look to boost revenues,savings and the developmental plans.
    What we are missing are the taxation structure,purcahse parity,manufatured product cost verses its worthiness[in relation to strange items such as toys,milk,and use commudities]these along with medicines costs are to be regulated,controlled,or commoditised to develop a universal strong society.
    An example is cost of medicines,cost of milk,and such in developed countries,where tourism and spending are cut because of vast differences in global universal costs.
    The assessment of product cost is on the consumer,o.k.,but are the countries collecting input tax,based on some cost,or waiting for a way bill to be created by the reatailer.
    The money supply to vast populations irrespective of its international parity has to be looked to make a stable economy out of the new born counties.

    • Er.s.suryanarayana,A-1,FLAT NO-507,MODI BUILDERS,QUTUBULLAPUR,HYDERABAD,INDIA-PIN-500054 | August 19, 2014 at 12:51 pm | Reply

      I am Engineer-saripalli suryanarayana,Fellow of Institution of Engineers,Fellow institution of valuers,and member of several global and UN Forums,including Heritage and culture,and the above post belongs to me.

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