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

SDSN’s Financing Report public consultation –  The Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) has launched a draft report entitled “Financing Sustainable Development: Implementing the SDGs through Effective Investment Strategies and Partnerships,” which is open for public consultation until January 15, 2015.  At the request of the Government of Ethiopia, the SDSN is leading a Global Finance for Sustainable Development Group to provide recommendations to the Financing for Development Conference in Addis Ababa in July 2015.

Copenhagen Consensus Infectious Diseases papers – The Copenhagen Consensus Center has  published a set of papers for their latest topic, Infectious Diseases. The papers set out effective, clear strategies and targets that would dramatically reduce the burden of deadly diseases including Ebola, TB and HIV/ AIDS.

‘Localising’ the Post-2015 agenda: what does it mean in practice? – This note written by Paula Lucci from the Overseas Development Institute discusses different possible meanings of ‘localisation’ and the practical implications for how local governments could use a new set of development goals.

Copenhagen Consensus Poverty papers – The Copenhagen Consensus Center has published it’s latest research series on Poverty looking at what post-2015 target to reduce poverty is best, primarily to continue focusing on reducing extreme poverty and de-prioritize the rest. 

Development Alternatives and the South Asia Cooperative Environment Programme: The Post 2015 South Asia Development Agenda – This report from Development Alternatives (DA) for SACEP provides analysis of the policy and programme responses across South Asia in addressing the environmental priorities identified.

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