Advancing the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Agenda
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Conference Documentation For outcome documents, keynote speeches, videos of the plenary sessions and graphic documentation please visit www.worldwewant2015.org/Bonn2015.
Summary of the Statements (External Link)
Preamble from the Harvesting Team (External Link)
Sign-on Session Statement on Ending Poverty (External Link)
Sign-on Session Statement on Planetary Boundaries (External Link)
Sign-on Session Statement on Securing Social Justice (External Link)
Sign-on Session Statement on Securing a Decent Future for all Children, Youth and Adolescents (External Link)
Sign-on Session Statement on Structural Transformations for Women’s Rights and Gender Justice (External Link)
Sign-on Session Statement on Peace and Security (External Link)
Sign-on Session Statement on Climate Change (External Link)
Sign-on Session Statement on Ageing and Disabilities (External Link)
Sign-on Session Statement on Social Exclusion and Inequalities (External Link)
Sign-on Session Statement on Poverty and Gender (External Link)
Sign-on Session Statement on Securing Human Rights for All (External Link)
Sign-on Statement: A Red Flag for the Post-2015 High Level Panel (External Link)
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The international NGO conference ADVANCING THE POST-2015 SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AGENDA Reconfirming Rights – Recognising Limits – Redefining Goals brought together about 250 civil society activists and representatives from key stakeholders in order to draw together civil society inputs into the Sustainable Development and Post-2015 discussions. It took place on 20 – 22 March 2013 in Bonn, Germany.
At present, a multitude of discussion and consultation processes is going on worldwide: some in the context of the Rio+20 process, others preparing the Post-2015 agenda, some with a specific sector focus, others on national or regional level. While wide-ranging and participatory processes are welcome, we need to gain a better overview on civil society perspectives and demands in order to advocate more effectively for their implementation. Advancing the Post-2015 Sustainable Development Agenda aimed at providing such an overview.
Supported by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UN DESA), the conference is being shaped by a Steering Committee composed of many of the major international civil society networks such as CIVICUS, Beyond 2015, Climate Action Network – International (CAN-I), Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era (DAWN), Global Call to Action against Poverty (GCAP), Global Campaign for Climate Action (GCCA), IBON International and the Campaign for People’s Goals for Sustainable Development (CPGSD), Social Watch, VENRO and the Baltic Sea Forum. The conference strived to bring together key actors in the Post-2015 Sustainable Development discussion helping them to exchange information, learn from each other benefiting from our sector’s diversity and agree joint demands and strategy.
The conference Steering Committee