Asian Perspectives on the post-2015 Development Agenda

11 Jun 2012

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The UNDP Seoul Policy Centre, the Korea Development Institute, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Graduate School of International Studies at Korea University will host experts from 13 Asian nations to discuss global development after 2015 on Wednesday 13th of June at the GSIS conference hall.

The conference, titled 'Asian Perspectives on the post-2015 development agenda' will bring together experts from leading global development think tanks, the Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the UN Development Programme, Asian Governments, a number of civil society groups and more.

Participants will review existing initiatives on the future of development post-2015 and share views on the way ahead.

President Yudoyono of Indonesia, President Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia and UK Prime Minister David Cameron will lead a global high level panel recently appointed by UN Secretary General Ban Ki moon. The panel will help shape global negotiations on a new global development framework after 2015.

This conference is an important milestone in getting Asia’s voice into these processes.

For more details on the conference and global development please see the conference agenda