“The DFID vision is a world where no one is left behind. A world where people with disabilities have a voice, choice and control over the decisions that affect them. Where they participate in and benefit equitably from everyday life, everywhere. Our first Disability Framework was launched in December 2014. It focused on inspiring their colleagues to do more, with support from civil society partners…This updated Framework reflects lessons they have learned over the past year and outlines the next steps we will take as an organisation to deliver their vision”
A brief guide on the prospective Sustainable Development Agenda from the Inter-Agency and Expert Group, giving a tentative outline as to the timescale that will be followed in the deliberation and creation of the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) indicators. This guide begins with a table overview of this timescale and is then followed by a description on how the work within the group is to be aggregated and organised
A compendium of papers from various stakeholders setting out “established and maintained effective coordination mechanisms” for the high-level discussions on sustainable development and the post-2015 development agenda
High-level political forum on sustainable development, Convened under the auspices of the Economic and Social Council, 26 June-8 July 2015
This position paper of International Disability Alliance and the International Disability and Development Consortium presents recommendations to be taken into account in order to create a more equitable and inclusive post-MDG agenda
This background document is a first contribution towards the preparation process of the High Level Meeting on Disability and Development (HLMDD) which will be held on September 23rd 2013. In particular this document seeks to contribute to the outcome document to be adopted at the HLMDD and presents information according to the four key thematic sessions
This paper outlines CBM’s position on the post-2015 millennium development framework for disabled people
This paper outlines Handicap International's position on the post-2015 millennium development framework. It includes key recommendations developed jointly with IDDC and specifically highlights three specific issues of access to health services for people with disabilities, armed violence reduction and priority to marginalised groups in humanitarian crises. This document is useful for anyone interested in the inclusion of disability-related issues in post-mdg development framework
This document explores the linkages between community based rehabilitation (CBR) and the convention on the rights of persons with disabilities (CRPD). It presents introductory information about the CRPD, CBR and the linkages. It then details CBR as a strategy for implementing the CRPD by highlighting experiences and principles
"The Millennium Development Goals expire in 2015, just (four) years time. Discussions are already starting on what might replace them as a global agreement to promote development and poverty reduction. This paper sets out the context for those discussions, and some of the issues that will need to be addressed if a new agreement is to be both effective and politically acceptable"
The text of the resolution adopted by the Human Rights Council guides the implementation of article 32 of the UNCRPD. This resolution was guided by the Thematic Study conducted by the OHCHR and influenced by civil society stakeholders
"This short briefing paper maps out five scenarios for a post-2015 framework. The scenarios describe different possibilities for how a framework could emerge, together with some brief analysis of the risks and opportunities involved...It is hoped that the scenarios will help in strategy and forward-planning for the Beyond 2015 campaign, and for others pursuing post-2015 work"
This background note outlines current thinking on the impact of the Millennium Development Goals’ (MDGs) highlighting successes and weaknesses, and discusses options for a future post-2015 agreement
"This paper was prepared for the ODI/UNDP Cairo workshop on a post-2015 Global Development Agreement. The aim of the Cairo workshop, jointly convened by UNDP and the Overseas Development Institute, is to start a conversation across different regional and institutional perspectives on the future structure and content of a post-2015 global agreement on development, and on the political dynamics likely to bring it about or to act as barriers. This paper sets out the scene and identifies four key questions to be discussed at the workshop"
Focusing upon what should come after the millennium development goals, this paper "seeks to broaden the conversation, and ensure that the voices of those directly involved in fighting poverty in the South are heard. (The) research describes the perspectives of 104 representatives from civil society organisations, in 36 developing countries from across the world. Data was collected using a questionnaire, qualitative interviews and a workshop"
This resource is a useful set of guidelines designed to share best practices, share lessons, and identify gaps in humanitarian intervention. It was developed by Help Age International and the World Health Organization, at the request of the Inter Agency Standing Committee
"This paper sets out the context for addressing disability in the MDGs. It highlights the growing international momentum for including disability in development and makes recommendations on how donors, partner governments and civil society can include people with disabilities in the global drive to achieve the MDGs"
This position paper concerns the processes for mainstreaming disability in development cooperation. Specifically, it is concerned with the ways in which SIDA can ensure that disabled people are active participants in development work and decision-making processes. The paper includes strategic areas for including persons with disabilities in SIDA's policies and programmes (on education, HIV and AIDS, poverty reduction, etc) along with a range of useful resources on global disability rights and websites on disability issues. This paper would be useful to anyone with an interest in mainstreaming disability in development cooperation, and in particular, to policy-makers, NGOs, and disabled people's organisations
This paper places ICT in a broad perspective of science and technology. The report seeks to identify approaches for the effective promotion and use of science and technology to meet the development goals contained in the Millennium Declaration (MDGs). It particularly emphasises that academia/government/industry partnerships are essential in order to build scientific and technological capabilities and to foster market-oriented policies and developments; and that access to new and emerging technologies is imperative
This short conference contribution summarizes the aspects of mainstreaming disability into general development. It gives reasons for mainstreaming disability and describes major ways of lobbying. It takes the experience from EU NGOs and their efforts to influence the EU development policy
This document affirms the importance of mainstreaming disability in international development cooperation, highlighting the successes of the Nordic countries in this regard and promoting similar processes with the government of The Netherlands. This resource would be useful for anyone with an interest in mainstreaming disability and development cooperation
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