Post2015.org is collating key recent post-2015 resources and news in a round-up post. Below, read today’s selection:
Taking the SDGs from ‘main basis’ to effective vision – what’s the road map? – Following the OWG Outcome Document, ODI’s Andrew Norton, Andrews Scott, Paula Lucci and William Avis have produced a discussion paper charting some of the challenges of converting the broader vision reflecting the world in 2015 into a workable goal framework.
Sustainable Development: Post-2015 Begins with Education – This new EFA policy paper provides an evidence-based overview of the numerous ways in which education can advance the proposed post-2015 sustainable development goals.
Post-2015 Consensus: Conflict and Violence Assessment – This Copenhagen Consensus Centre report written by Anke Hoeffler and JamesFearon presents a case for five targets on conflict and violence in the post-2015 agenda, based on an assessment of likely costs and benefits.
A rural transformation agenda – This overview document by IFAD identifies four clusters of rural development issues of universal resonance, each underpinned by five target areas. These provide a map of areas where catalytic action may be inspired by new goals, targets and indicators adapted to different country circumstances.
Youth participation in governance and monitoring of the post-2015 framework – This paper jointly authored by Plan International and ODI argues that young people, the majority of whom live in developing countries, should be included as key stakeholders – not only within the goals and targets of the framework, but also in post-2015 monitoring and accountability mechanisms.