2015 is a pivotal year. The post–2015 sustainable development agenda currently being drafted is premised on the reality that the present model of development is not working, given worsening inequalities and straining planetary boundaries. All countries and peoples—and the planet on which we depend–have the right to live with a better model, one that is inclusive and sustainable
Considering the Elements
The 3rd Conference on Financing for Development will take place on 13–16 July in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. From 28–30 January, negotiators discussed a first ‘elements paper’ as the basis for an outcome agreement. A number of issues deserve more consideration, such as:
1. Taxation:
2. Consumption and production:
3. The private sector: show us the evidence
4. The private sector: show us the evidence
5. Too much policy space
What’s Happening Next
Post–2015 negotiations

17–20 February: Declaration
23–27 March: Sustainable Development Goals and targets
20–24 April: Means of implementation and global partnership for sustainable development
18–22 May: Follow–up and review
22–25 June: Intergovernmental negotiations on the outcome document
20–24 July, 27–31 July: Intergovernmental negotiations on the outcome document
25–27 September: UN Summit: Delivering on and Implementing a Transformative Post–2015 Development Agenda

FfD3 negotiations

4–5 March: Civil Society and Business Sector Hearings
13–17 April: Intergovernmental negotiations on the outcome document
15–19 June: Intergovernmental negotiations on the outcome document
13–16 July: 3rd Conference on Financing for Development

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Friday, February 6, 2015 - 16:15

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Post-2015 Agenda MUST MAKE UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE A PRIORITY