e-newsletter will share with you the latest updates on our SD2015
projects and the most recent information on different post-2015
activities and processes.
For more regular SD2015 updates and insights we encourage you to follow our website: www.sd2015.org
**NEW** SD2015 WORKSHOP AT INTERNATIONAL CIVIL SOCIETY WEEK 2014
The SD2015 workshop at International Civil Society Week 2014 this
November in Johannesburg will consist of a panel of experts presenting
insider information on the most effective ways to carry out advocacy to
influence the post-2015 development agenda. The workshop will share
latest information and updates towards post-2015 processes at national,
regional and global levels and offer participants the tools to develop
their own advocacy plans on this agenda. Participants will also hear
first-hand accounts and lessons learned from organisations that have
already started implementing post-2015 advocacy plans.
International Civil Society Week 2014 registration is now open online!! More information on all the events, activities and programme of the week here: http://civicus.org/ICSW/.
Space is limited to 500 delegates, and most events will be filled on a first come, first served basis. Register onlinenow!!
STATE OF CIVIL SOCIETY REPORT 2014 The State of Civil Society Report 2014: Reimagining Global Governance
draws on contributions from more than 30 of the world’s leading experts
on civil society as well as on inputs from our members, partners,
supporters and others in the global CIVICUS alliance. The varied
contributions highlight changing global political dynamics, an emerging
disillusionment with global frameworks of governance and a fundamental
lack of accountability within international decision-making.
The executive summary is also available in French and Spanish.
The State of Civil Society Report 2014 also includes a scorecard
that assesses the quality of civil society-intergovernmental
organisation engagement. The next phase of the scorecard will seek to
evaluate levels of civil society participation and engagement in the
Open Working Group (OWG) on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). More
on this soon!
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ACTION/2015 BANGKOK CALL TO ACTION The
‘Communique – Bangkok Call to Action’ is the outcome of a Joint
strategic planning meeting on the post-2015 development agenda held in
Bangkok, Thailand on 25 - 26 May 2014. The meeting was attended by
representatives from 31 civil society organisations from 13 countries,
including 11 international civil society CSOs, networks and platforms
including ADA, Beyond 015, CAN, CIVICUS AGNA, Feminist Task Force,
GCAP, IFP, NGO Forum on the ADB, Save the Children, Socially Excluded
Task Force and World Vision. The action/2015 Asia campaign will be
launched on 19 August 2014, which marks a 500-day countdown to the
Millennium Development Goal deadline.
THE ‘ROAD TO 2015: OPEN DATA FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT’ CAMPAIGN
A new campaign ‘Road to 2015’ has been launched recently by Publish
What You Pay on open data and transparency in the post-2015 development
agenda. The ‘Road to 2015’ campaign is about harnessing the power of
open data for sustainable development. Donors
who have committed to publishing aid data need to deliver on that
promise and open development cooperation data must be an integral part
of the post-2015 development agenda. Transparency and accountability
matter to all development actors, and there is space for everyone to
get involved in the Road to 2015 campaign. Find out more atwww.roadto2015.org.
11 CRITICAL OUTCOMES THAT THE ICESDF REPORT MUST INCLUDE
The Intergovernmental Committee of Experts on Sustainable Development
Financing (ICESDF) was mandated by the Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable
Development in 2012, to prepare a report assessing different options
for financing sustainable development and highlighting innovative
mechanisms for finance. The Report of the Committee is a strategically
important report as it will feed into the Third Conference on Financing
for Development in July 2015 and the financing discussions of the
Post-2015 framework and Sustainable Development Goals. Consult CONCORD position on what outcomes the report needs to have available here.
HOW TO KEEP TRACK OF POST-2015 DEVELOPMENT PROCESSES
To ensure that you are up to speed on the latest post-2015 news and
events and to find out how you can engage in and influence these UN
meetings, we encourage you to sign up for NGO UN Major Group regular updates by contacting Jeffery Huffines, one of the NGO Organising Partners based in New York, with your email address: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Share your own position papers and materials on the post-2015 development agenda on the UN Sustainable Development Platform. Go to the main webpage here and click 'account' on top right hand corner to get set up: http://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/index.html.