Post2015.org is collating key recent post-2015 resources and news in a round-up post. Below, read today’s selection:
How far down the road? Comments on the Secretary General’s-Synthesis Report on Post-2015 – This ODI report written by Andrew Norton and Elizabeth Stuart provides commentary on the latest in the Sustainable Development Goals negotiation process and highlights the importance of slimming down the targets and not just goals. An introductory blog by the authors is also available on the post2015 site.
Copenhagen Consensus Infrastructure papers – Copenhagen Consensus have just released a set of reports examining infrastructure targets for the post-2015 development agenda, written by leading economists and experts.
Analysis of the Secretary General’s Post-2015 Report – Farooq Ullah of Stakeholder Forum examines the finer details of the UN Secretary General’s pivotal Post-2015 report and draws particular attention to a number of sticking points.
Updated Interactive Timeline of the Post-2015 processes – The Sustainable Development 2015 programme has updated its interactive timeline of the three primary Post-2015 and Post-Rio+20 processes: The Expert Committee on a Sustainable Development Financing Strategy; the High Level Political Forum; and the Sustainable Development Goals. It outlines the key meetings and outputs from previous and forthcoming milestones which will define the UN’s universal development framework.
Financing the post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals: a rough roadmap – This paper by Andrew Rogerson, Annalisa Prizzon and Homi Kharas looks at how the Sustainable Development Goals should best be framed, delivered and funded ahead of the major conference on development finance in Addis Ababa next year.