What will global development look like after 2015, when the United Nations Millenium Development Goals expire? The Broker’s dossier on the post-2015 debate guides you through the discussions on future development and provides an overview of the core issues at stake and the many actors and processes.
In the coming period we will closely follow the post-2015 discussions and provide our readers with regular updates.
In this dossier we produce three types of content:
- updates on the post-2015 process
- analyses of the post-2015 negotiations and of countries and/or blocs of countries
- in-depth analyses of specific post-2015 themes
[This dossier is currently closed - The Broker welcomes expert opinions on the topic, but is no longer actively following the process]
A closer look at Mexico and the post-2015 development process.
The report of the expert committee on development financing has missed an important opportunity to accomplish a breakthrough.
With the presentation of the outcome document at the final session of the Open Working Group on sustainable development goals it is time to draw up the balan...
Middle-Income Countries are threatened to be left out of the post-2015 agenda, as their group size and heterogeneity make it difficult to find a common advoc...
G77's statement on means of implementation likely to set the tone for final round of OWG negotiations.
Income inequality features prominently in the debate on the design of the post-2015 development agenda. Yet, so far, states have confined themselves to window...
Enhancing the universal relevance of SDGs
Insufficient thought has been paid so far to trade and international financial architecture as forward-looking cornerstones of the post-2015 agenda.
Accepting a progressive but imperfect starting point for intergovernmental negotiations, or risking losing all the gains made so far?
Three core facts and three main challenges that negotiators should consider to make the Sustainable Development Goals work.
Although the final report of the UN Open Workin Group can be considered a satisfactory result from a European perspective, much work is still to be done.
This dossier is currently closed. Below, The Broker provided updates on the post-2015 process during the OWG sessions in 2014.