Post2015.org is collating key recent post-2015 resources and news in a round-up post. Below, read today’s selection:
What do women want? Gender, perceptions data and development priorities – This report by ODI’s Tanvi Bhatkal looks at the people’s development priorities from a gendered perspective using the UN’s MY World survey and examines what is it that women prioritise in development.
Suggested changes and additions to proposals in the OWG’s Outcome Document on SDGs – This is a private initiative by Soeren Lindholt, Denmark, suggesting alterations to the OWG outcome document mostly from his Advocating Document which contributes to raising awareness and to defining and achieving sustainable development goals including the UN SDG targets.
ODI annual report 2013-14: global to local action to make a difference – As the global community sets out its post-2015 development goals, ODI’s annual report sets out to think globally and engage locally.
From the Sustainable Development Goals to the Post-2015 Development Agenda: Building a Consensus for Peace – Ahead of the 69th UN General Assembly, Saferworld has produced a new briefing based around the inclusion of peace in the post-2015 development agenda.
The WTO and achieving the MDGs: Lessons for the post-2015 development agenda – This article from Bridges Africa by Raúl A. Torres looks at how trade can be harnessed as a development policy instrument in the post-2015 development agenda.
65th Annual DPI/NGO Conference Outcome Document: Declaration -This declaration from the UN DPI/NGO Conference represents an NGO response to the OWG outcome.