Post-2015 consultations

Since they were adopted by all UN Member States in 2000, the Millennium Development Goals have made a huge difference, helping to set global and national priorities and fuel action on the ground. They have raised awareness and shaped a broad vision that remains the overarching framework for development work across the world.

The UN development framework for the period after 2015 will build on the progress achieved through the MDGs while confronting persistent inequalities and new challenges facing people and the planet.

My world 2015

World We Want

Work to create the development framework for the period after 2015 has begun through a truly open and inclusive process by putting people first. Extensive consultations involving governments, civil society, the private sector, academia and research institutions from all regions are under way.

An online platform www.worldwewant2015.org has also been launched to enable people in all parts of the world to share their views. This means that they have the opportunity, as never before, to influence the development framework from the earliest stages of the process. Young people, who will be largely responsible for implementing the framework, are central to the consultations.

You also can vote directly for the changes that would make the most difference to your world. MY World is a global survey asking you to choose your priorities for a better world. Results will be shared with world leaders in setting the next global development agenda. Tell us about the world you want, because your voice matters.

UN Secretary General’s High-level Panel on Post-2015

The Secretary General’s High-level Panel on Post-2015 includes members from civil society and private sector in addition to government leaders. The panel, co-chaired by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono of Indonesia, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia and UK Prime Minister David Cameron, was established by the SG to inform his thinking on a bold but practical vision for the world we want.

For the past year, the panel has deliberated what that jigsaw puzzle could look like, and how best to put it together.The Panel presented its report to the Secretary-General on 30 May 2013.  The Secretary General will inform UN Member States in September 2013 about some preliminary decisions towards shaping the post-2015 framework.

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Join the global consultation - contribute to shaping the post-2015 development agenda!

World We Want Website
The report “A Million Voices: The World We Want”
Press release 10 September 2013

The report “A Million Voices: The World We Want” was presented on 10 September by the UN Secretary General. The report summarizes the findings from public consultations and surveys that engaged more than 1.3 million people in all 193 UN Member States since August 2012 in an effort to identify priorities for the post-2015 development agenda that will succeed the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

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Post-2015: One development agenda for everyone | Olav Kjørven

A “single, universal development agenda” built around “five transformational shifts” sits at the heart of the report handed over on May 30th to UN Secretary General (SG) Ban Ki-moon by the President of Indonesia on behalf the 27-member independent High Level Panel on the post-2015 development agenda.

 

Olav Kjorven, who is United Nations Assistant Secretary-General and Director of UNDP's Bureau for Development Policy, talks about the report.

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News
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Ms. Rebeca Grynspan, UN Under-Secretary General and Associate Administrator of UNDP, is in Brussels to participate at the public hearing on MDGs and beyond 2015 at the European Parliament.

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15 January 2013

Post-2015 Agenda: Unprecedented global discussions about development priorities start in 100 countries.

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Panel discussion on post-2015

On 3 October 2012, a panel discussion on progress made so far on the MDGs and the lessons learned for the post-2015 development agenda took place in Brussels. Watch the discussion on UN in Brussels website.

UN in Brussels website