Post2015.org is collating key recent post-2015 resources and news in a round-up post. Below, read today’s selection:
Goals for the Rich: Indispensible for a universal Post-2015 Agenda – The Civil Society Reflection Group on Global Development Perspectives have published a discussion paper on the role and responsibilities of the rich and powerful in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
Indicators for a Post-2015 Fiscal Revolution – The Centre for Economic and Social rights and Christian Aid have published a joint working paper focusing on the need for a human rights-aligned fiscal data revolution to expose the hidden injustices buried in the way resource-related policies are conducted, and who truly benefits from them.
Financing Universal Health Coverage in the Post-2015 Agenda – This report from the Sustainable Development Solutions Network identifies the policies and funding sources needed to achieve universal health coverage, and how to maximise efficiency.
Technical report by the Bureau of the United Nations Statistical Commission (UNSC) on the process of the development of an indicator framework for the goals and targets of the post-2015 development agenda – The UNSC presents results of a survey of national statistical agencies on the feasibility, suitability, and relevance of 304 proposed indicators for the post-2015 development agenda. Five key themes are highlighted in the report: local solutions and ownership, the importance of CSO involvement and private partnerships, the need to root the Post-2015 agenda in a human rights framework, good examples of participatory monitoring already exist and should be built upon, and the importance of citizen participation in policy making and budgeting.
Participatory Monitoring and Accountability: Critical Enablers for the Successful Implementation of the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals – This report, from UNICEF, UNDP and UN Women, presents findings from UN-led consultations on the role of participatory monitoring for post-2015, including 9 national consultations.
Governance targets and indicators for post-2015: an initial assessment – This publication from the ODI discusses the range of ideas that have sprung up around measuring governance progress. It goes into proposed targets and indicators across 5 categories of governance: openness, transparency and access to information; state capacity and institutional effectiveness; freedom of expression, association and participation; justice and the rule of law; and equity and inclusion.