Post-2015 resources round-up

Post2015.org is collating key recent post-2015 resources and news in a round-up post. Below, read today’s selection:

Call to Action: Nutrition in the Post-2015 Development Agenda – This brief by the Road to Rio Global Nutrition Advocacy Working Group in consultation with the Scaling Up Nutrition Civil Society Network and National Alliances and the NCD Alliance provides recommendations of how to prioritise nutrition in the post-2015 agenda, including have nutrition as a stand alone goal as well as being incorporated into other goals.

Post-Bali Negotiations on Agriculture: the Challenge of Updating Global Rules on Trade – This information note from International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development summarises some of the findings from the ICTSD e-book ‘Tackling Agriculture in the Post- Bali Context: A Collection of Short Essays’ which builds on the most recent analysis of global trends and domestic policy reforms to inform negotiations on a post-Bali agricultural trade agenda.

The 2014 Data Report  – This report by the ONE Campaign holds leaders to account by monitoring development finance commitments. It provides an update on trends in aid spending both globally and in Africa, examines the composition and targeting of aid, profiles progress by donor countries, and assesses whether African countries are meeting their own budget promises.

Partnering for Impact: Supporting Systemic Change to Deliver the Sustainable Development Goals in Africa – This report by Richard Gilbert (Business Action for Africa) and Beth Jenkins (Harvard Kennedy School) draws on practical experiences of corporate partners operating in Africa to ‘identify key success factors for collaborative working and support greater understanding amongst businesses, governments and civil society organisations interested in increasing the
sustainability, scale and systemic impact of their partnering activities.’

 

 

 

 

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