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UN-NGLS civil society consultation for the high-level panel of eminent persons on the post-2015 development agenda

THE UNITED NATIONS NON-GOVERNMENTAL LIAISON SERVICE (UN-NGLS)
January 2013

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"Through quotations and summaries of the submissions and discussions, this report provides an overview of principal civil society recommendations on each of the consultation questions. Each question has been reported upon in a stand-alone section of this synthesis report, and therefore there is some overlap and repetition in the content of responses across the 13 questions. This overlap should be seen as an indicator of what respondents perceive as critical to the discussion. The themes that recur throughout the synthesis report are identified in the Executive Summary"

Background document : 2012 civil society CRPD forum

INTERNATIONAL DISABILITY ALLIANCE
September 2012

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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

Realising the future we want for all : report to the secretary-general

UNITED NATIONS SYSTEM TASK TEAM
June 2012

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"The report begins by reflecting on the experience of the UN system in supporting the implementation of the MDG framework. Building on the lessons learned, the report provides an assessment of the key development challenges to which the global development agenda should respond. It proposes a vision of people-centred, inclusive and sustainable development and initial ideas for possible contours of a post-2015 UN development agenda. It concludes by laying out a possible road map for the process of defining the agenda, including ways of bringing different voices of people around the world into the consultations"

Community based rehabilitation and the convention on the rights of persons with disabilities

INTERNATIONAL DISABILITY AND DEVELOPMENT CONSORTIUM (IDDC)
Ed
2012

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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 world we want : beyond 2015|A toolkit for national deliberations

THE GLOBAL CALL TO ACTION AGAINST POVERTY
BEYOND 2015
UN MILLENIUM CAMPAIGN
December 2011

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"This toolkit aims to help civil society organisations organise and facilitate such national deliberations. It should be used for the following purposes: to understand the international, intergovernmental processes (led by the UN) for the creation of a post-2015 framework, to understand how CSOs can work together to influence the national, regional and global process towards the post-2015 framework, to develop a civil society position on a post-2015 framework built around national and local deliberations, to understand the current on-going discussions about the potential content of a post-2015 framework"

100 voices : southern perspectives on what should after the millennium development goals

POLLARD, Amy
et al
March 2011

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"This joint research from the Catholic aid agency CAFOD and the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) seeks to broaden the conversation, and to 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 27 developing countries from across the world"

What should come after the millennium development goals? : voices from the South

POLLARD, Amy
et al
2010

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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"

Beyond 2015

BEYOND 2015

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Beyond 2015 is a global campaign aiming to influence the creation of a post 2015 development framework that succeeds the current UN Millennium Development Goals. The global campaign involves over 300 civil society organisations ranging from small community based organisations to international NGOs, academics and trade unions. The website features information about the campaign and the post-2015 agenda, as well as related news, events and resources. It is useful to anyone interested in beyond 2015 issues

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