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Outcome Document - Open Working Group on SDGs

On 19 July 2014, the Open Working Group (OWG) on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) released their final report. The OWG set up by the General Assembly consisting of 70 Member States sharing 30 seats has been working over the past 18 months to develop a set of SDGs for the world.

This report is truly historic and represents a watershed moment for the United Nations. Never before has there been an articulation of all aspects of sustainable development – the social, the economic and the environmental – together in one place.

C20 Conversations

Discussions are currently taking place online at C20 Conversations to help shape civil society's recommendations to the G20 for a more inclusive and sustainable global economy. The C20 Conversations online crowdsourcing platform supported by UNDP aims to help shape civil society's recommendations to the G20 Summit in Australia in November 2014.

Join the discussion on Education and Employment - How can the G20 create jobs while ensuring the maintenance of social and legal protections? Join this discussion now through 9 April 2014!

Please visit C20 Conversations to ensure your feedback on these important issues are taken into account. Background papers on each of the themes are available on the site. To stay in touch with the Australian C20, visit www.c20conversations.org.au, follow @C20Aus on Twitter or contact: admin@c20.org.au. 

 

A POST-2015 WORLD FIT FOR CHILDREN

69589942619bdffbc22360e28ee6d7d5278449e9ISSUE BRIEF: Equitable and Inclusive Quality Education and Lifelong  Learning for All

Read more about education goals and targets for the Post-2015 Development Agenda, and why equitable and inclusive quality education and lifelong learning for all are critical to the Post-2015 Development Agenda

Beyond 2015: The Education We Want

A high-level discussion on the post-2015 education agenda

Brussels, Wednesday 25 June 2014

Global consultations with governments, civil society, the private sector and youth have identified education as a central priority for the post-2015 development agenda. Despite tremendous progress in education since 2000, it is now clear that many countries will not reach the Education for All (EFA) goals and education-related Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by the 2015 target date. Over 1.5 million of the 2.2 million My World Survey contributors identified “a good education” as they top priority. There is strong consensus on the need to finish the unfinished business of the EFA and MDG agendas, while going beyond the depth and scope of current goals to address new challenges, reach the most marginalized, and give heightened emphasis to equity, quality and learning.

During the 2014 Global EFA Meeting, held in Oman on 12-14 May, education leaders adopted the Muscat Agreement, endorsing a shared vision for the post-2015 education agenda. They pledged to galvanize international support behind the overarching goal to “ensure equitable and inclusive quality education and lifelong learning for all by 2030.” They also recommended seven bold global targets to translate this aspiration into action. UNESCO and UNICEF convened a discussion in Brussels to promote this bold new agenda for education and build support for its inclusion as a central pillar in the post-2015 development framework.

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Global Meeting of the Thematic Consultation on Education
Watch the recording: Global Meeting on Education
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Global Thematic Consultation on Education

What is it about? Find out more here!

Themes and Timeline of the Online Discussions
E-Discussion 1 - Equitable access to education  10 - 28 December  2012
E-Discussion 2 - Quality of learning  8-25 January 2013
E-Discussion 3 - Global citizenship, skills and jobs 23 January – 9 February 2013
E-Discussion 4 - Governance and Financing for Education 10 February - 3 March 2013

Expected Output from the Online Discussions

Consultation Key Words