Final Report - Global Thematic Consultation on Governance and the Post-2015 Development Framework
The final synthesis report of the Post-2015 governance consultation covers the entire consultation process, which included regional meetings in Africa, the Arab states, Latin America and the Caribbean, and Asia, as well as an expert meeting on measurement, e-discussions, and a final meeting at the Pan-African Parliament in Johannesburg, South Africa. The main take-aways have been summarized in fourteen key messages.
The final report and the outcomes of the consultation were presented at a briefing on the margins of the eigthth session of the Open Working Group On Sustainable Development Goals on 5 February 2014 at the United Nations Headquarters.
Global Dialogue on Rule of Law and the Post-2015 Development Agenda
As part of the global conversation that is currently underway to define the shape and substance of the post-2015 development agenda, UNDP convened a Global Dialogue on Rule of Law and the Post-2015 Development Agenda event on 26-27 September 2013 on the margins of the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
- Report and Outcomes - Global Dialogue on Rule of Law and the Post-201 5 Development Agenda
- Videos of the recording session
- Tweet it at #rol2015
In preparation for the two-day Global Dialogue meeting, UNDP launched a virtual, or e-consultation, from 26 July 2013 until 31 August 2013. The e-consultation ran in 2 staggered phases, with each phase covering a different topic:
Phase II: How to Include the Rule of Law in the Post 2015 Development Agenda
- Summary of Contributions to the Rule of Law and Post-2015 e-Consultation
- Closing Message on the e-Consultation
- Pre-launch message by Olav Olav Kjørven and Jordan Ryan, UNDP
- Concept Note for the Global Dialogue on Rule of Law and the Post-2015 Development Agenda, 26-27 September 2013, New York
"Good governance is the foundation on which a society is built, and thus it is indispensable for the development of a country. For German development policy the promotion of good governance and the protection of human rights are a priority as well as a cross-cutting issue. Because governance and human rights will remain particularly important even after 2015, we support the United Nation’s global thematic consultation on these issues."
- Dirk Niebel, German Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development
The final meeting of the Global Thematic Consultation on Governance and the Post-2015 Development Framework is taking place from 28 February to 1 March 2013 in Johannesburg, South Africa. The meeting is hosted by the Pan-African Parliament.
Op-eds and Articles
Governance and human rights: Criteria and measurement proposals for a post-2015 development agenda, 13-14 November 2012, New York
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Global e-Discussion on governance and the post-2015 framework
The online moderated discussion on governance and accountability in the post-2015 development framework is now open.
The e-discussion will run in two phases over the course of four weeks (19 November 2012 to 16 December 2012) and will ultimately feed into the final multi-stakeholder governance consultation, slated to take place in Johannesburg, South Africa at the end of February 2013.
We would be grateful to receive your written contributions in the forums below.
Phase I: What should be the governance building blocks for a post-2015 agenda?
| Phase II: How can we ensure an accountability framework that takes into account human rights principles and obligations to assure effective delivery on the post-2015 development agenda?|
3 December - 16 December (Closed)
African Regional Dialogue on Governance and the Post-2015 Framework
The African Regional Dialogue, co-led by UNDP and OHCHR, and hosted by the Pan-African Parliament, took place on 11-12 October 2012 in Midrand, Johannesburg, South Africa.
The event aimed to stimulate dialogue and collect views, experiences and perspectives of civil society, policy makers and governance practitioners from the African region to contribute to the emerging development framework. It built on UNDP’s experience on the MDGs and affirmed that sustained progress towards development goals must be underpinned by strong democratic governance mechanisms and people’s participation in decision-making processes.