Post2015.org is collating key recent post-2015 resources and news in a round-up post. Below, read today’s selection:
Reaching the unreached: Cross-sector partnerships, business and the post-2015 development agenda – This is the second paper in World Vision’s series on cross-sector partnerships, business and post-2015. Both papers are based on World Vision’s own experience and the findings from a qualitative research study consisting of over 30 interviews with key informants from government, business, civil society and the UN. This paper describes the study’s findings and World Vision’s recommendations regarding how cross-sector partnerships can most effectively reach the most vulnerable.
Women’s land rights infographic – This infographic from Landesa is the first to document the wide range of benefits that flow from women’s land tenure security. The infographic makes clear that women’s secure tenure can help us reach a number of our most critical sustainable development goals – from improved nutrition, education, and resiliency, to reduced domestic violence.
Copenhagen Consensus Climate Change papers – Investing 0.5% of GDP into green energy research and development funded by a low and slowly rising carbon tax. The latest research by the Copenhagen Consensus Center finds that for every dollar spent this target would return $11 for every dollar spent. Isabel Galiana, the lead economist on our climate paper, argues that current technology is not ready to provide reliable, cheap non-polluting energy for the needs of a modern society.
Sustainable Development Goals and forests – This report by IIED summarises the positions put forward by countries during the debates on forests in the
meetings of the Open Working Group (OWG) established to draw up the SDGs, together with reflections from a number of countries on the OWG process after its conclusion.
A Solid Investment: Integrating Children without Parental Care into the Post-2015 Development Framework – This paper accompanies the previous synopsis featured on our site. It proposes operational strategies to correct social disparities affecting the most vulnerable children and to accelerate progress towards the 2030 development goals.