• Sep 26, 2013

    This report is based on and reflects an extensive global public consultation, held from July 2012 – March 2013. Its content and recommendations do not necessarily reflect the views and positions of UNDP, UNICEF, UNISDR, and UNPBSO, the United Nations, or the Governments of Finland, Indonesia, Liberia, and Panama

  • Sep 26, 2013

    This report presents a synthesis of the consolidated evidence and findings that have emerged from the four-month national consultations led by several UN agencies and engaging people from all walks of life in Azerbaijan and reflects their suggestions for a shared global vision of “The Future We Want” and sustainable development in Azerbaijan, specifying ten priority areas which will contribute to the new post-MDG vision for the global development.

  • Sep 25, 2013

    Report provides an example of how new goals and measurable targets could be framed in the wake of these transformative shifts. This list is illustrative rather than prescriptive. While views naturally differed within the panel on the exact wording of particular illustrative goals or targets we agreed that our report would be found wanting without a collective attempt to demonstrate how a simple clear agenda building on the MDGs and the Rio+20 process might be elaborated. It is believed that it will stimulate debate over the prioritisation that will be needed if the international community is to agree a new development framework before the expiry of the Millennium Development Goals.

  • Sep 23, 2013

    This report collects the perspectives on the ‘world we want’ from over 1 million people around the globe. For almost one year, people have engaged energetically in 88 national consultations, 11 thematic consultations, and through the MY World global survey. First and foremost this shows the tremendous appetite that exists in all countries for people to play a role in shaping and changing their world.

  • Sep 25, 2013

    As one of the key actors, the EU has an important role to play in defining a new post-2015 framework. The EU is likely to build on the current MDG approach and to maintain poverty eradication as the central objective. However, it will probably aim at a more balanced and holistic rights-based approach to the three dimensions (economic, social and environmental) of sustainable development than in the current MDG framework.

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