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on Fri, December 21, 2012 at 11.23 pm

Global Thematic Consultation on Governance and the Post-2015 Development Framework

Start date: 
Thu, 2013-02-28
End date: 
Fri, 2013-03-01
Contact information: 
Roshni Menon
Organizer: 
UNDP, OHCHR
Venue: 
Pan-African Parliament, Midrand, Johannesburg, South Africa
Details:

1. Objectives

The global meeting will have the following overall objectives:

  • To contribute to a broad-based dialogue on the role of governance and accountability in the post-2015 development framework that includes civil society and other non-state actors;
  • To build a shared vision and ownership of how global, regional, national and sub-national governance and accountability should be integrated within the intergovernmental process to inform on the post-2015 development agenda;
  • To ensure that findings of the thematic consultation related to governance and accountability feed directly into key ongoing global processes, such as the High Level Panel and the Open Working Group, and where possible, into national consultations;
  • To discuss a menu of options to integrate governance into the post-2015 development agenda with key decision-makers in the intergovernmental process.

Input

  • Key outcomes and substantive themes and suggestions that arose from the outreach meetings and the e-Discussion on governance and accountability on the virtual platform, World We Want 2015 (www.worldwewant2015.org/governance).

Outputs

a. An overall consultation report

The final consultation report will draw on all consultation activities, including the global meeting, and will include recommendations on how governance and accountability can be integrated into the post-2015 development framework. The report will:

  • Identify key issues related to democratic governance and sustainable human development, discussed during the global consultation and in regional dialogues, taking into account the experience of the MDGs and specific challenges and opportunities at the global, regional and country levels;
  • Suggest, based on the discussion, a succinct number of recommendations, e.g. on how to:
    • Integrate democratic governance and accountability into the content of the post-2015 development agenda and related research gaps;
    • Ensure governance and accountability underpins the format of the post-2015 development agenda (e.g. measurement of progress) and related research gaps;
    • Engage with key partners around the intergovernmental process towards 2015.

b. Executive summary of the consultation report

  • This is a two to four page summary of the main consultation report (this summary may draw on the one submitted earlier to UNDG for the second overall report on the global consultations)

c. Consolidated High-Level Report of key points and recommendations

  • This report will focus on key points and recommendations directed to the High-Level Panel

d. Communications note aimed at governance and accountability champions

  • A succinct guideline or note for governance and accountability champions, which can be taken forward as a tool to engage with the Open Working Group and other intergovernmental processes.

These reports will be used to engage with the Secretary General’s High-Level Panel on Post 2015, the Open Working Group on Sustainable Development Goals and with other key processes in preparation of the General Assembly’s special session in 2013 and beyond.

2. Modalities

Partners

a. Political partner: Government of Germany

b. Operational partner: The Pan-African Parliament

Format

The format of the meeting will be a combination of moderated plenary discussion panels and break-away sessions with a focus on interaction. The discussions will encompass the following:

  1. Introduction and welcome by high-level officials
  2. Participatory discussions, including in breakaway sessions, on a) key themes in governance and accountability in the post-2015 development framework, b) proposal on how to integrate governance and accountability in the post-2015 framework (e.g. governance goal/s versus mainstreaming, potential accountability mechanisms for a post-2015 agenda, etc.); and c) measurement issues.
  3. A leaders moderated round table’ discussion
  4. Engagement with leaders and the media

3. Participants

The meeting will draw on the views and experiences of a broad cross-section across regions of approximately 150 participants, including policy-makers, practitioners and representatives from governments and parliaments; civil society organizations; inter-governmental agencies; national human rights institutions; regional commissions; policy think tanks and academia; and the private sector. In addition, individuals with demonstrated technical expertise in governance, accountability, development and the MDGs will be invited.

  • Leaders, practitioners, policy-makers and technical experts;
  • Demonstrated expertise or experience in the area of governance, accountability and development or in the MDGs;
  • Represent grassroots community group or civil society without ready access to UN negotiations
  • Proportionately from different regions; or
  • Members of the Governance Consultation’s Reference Group

In addition, the organisers will be able to sponsor travel and accommodation of a limited number of participants. Sponsored organizations individuals should:

  • represent communities or organizations that do not usually have access to intergovernmental processes;
  • have demonstrated financial need
  • have expertise or experience in the area of governance, accountability and development or in the MDGs; and
  • reflect regional balance.

All individuals would complete an expression of interest form in responding to the invitation. The form would indicate that whether they are applying for funding. A committee would review all applications for funding and decide on the allocation of the limited funds.

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LINA SERNA from
Mon, February 11, 2013 at 03.36 pm
hola buenos días; es muy grato para mi contar con este maravilloso evento desde Colombia manifestamos todo nuestro interés y garantizamos nuestra participación y apoyo al beneficio de nuestra humanidad, quedo atenta a mi solicitud para tramitar mi traslado mil gracias.

lina serna
oficina del PNUD Santa Marta - Colombia
LIZZY NNEKA IGBINE from
Mon, January 7, 2013 at 05.22 am
I am happy at the success and responses in this consultation. I am hoping to be considered to attend the South African Dialouge which I have applied for.

LIZZY IGBINE
Musiliu Adebayo Ojo from
Mon, January 7, 2013 at 07.42 am
am hoping too to be among of the delegate who will attend the conference.
Thanks.
Amb. Ojo Musiliu Adebayo
National Coordinator/Youth President
Abiodun Adebayo Welfare Foundation
www.abiodunadebayowelfare-foundation.org
Anonymous from
Sun, January 6, 2013 at 06.51 pm
This is a very good program. We must work together to help the world
Musiliu Adebayo Ojo from
Mon, January 7, 2013 at 07.34 am
yes we must work together to help the World.
pls kindly send your details to me and which country are from which for us to work together.
you can get more details about our organization through our web site
www.abiodunadebayowelfare-foundation.org
thanks.
Yours Sincerely,
Amb. Ojo Musiliu Adebayo
National Coordinator/Youth President
Abiodun Adebayo Welfare foundation
Musiliu Adebayo Ojo from
Sat, January 5, 2013 at 09.55 pm
Kindly send me an urgent invitation letter, to apply at the South African embassy in my country here in Nigeria.
I will be expecting your urgent respond back as Asap.
Yours Sincerely,
Amb. Ojo Musiliu Adebayo
National Coordinator/Youth President
Abiodun Adebayo Welfare Foundation
Lagos, Nigeria
Email:abiodunadebayofoundation@yahoo.com
Anonymous from
Mon, January 7, 2013 at 03.16 pm
precisely, Terre des Jeunes Burundi, we would like to participate in this conference to be held in South Africa.
We ask for a letter of invitation so that we can begin the process relating thereto.
As a reminder, TDJ_Burundi is the head over the Working Group on the effectiveness of development aid. we have been in South Korea in 4 High Level Forum on Aid Effectiveness to Development. we are of the implimenter POED Burundi.
thank you
Karima Jambulatova from
Mon, January 7, 2013 at 02.44 pm
Dear Amb. Ojo Musiliu Adebayo,

thank you for your interest in the consultation. Please note that there will be a selection process among all interested candidates, and due to a limited number of available slots, we unfortunately, cannot guarantee your participation. To qualify for the selection, please fill out the online expression of interes form, the link to which is indicated above or on the governance consultation home page, or you may click directly here http://www.worldwewant2015.org/node/296608. Your candidacy will then be reviewed together with all other applicants and only the selected candidates will be invited to attend the global consultation in Johannesburg.

Kind regards,
-Karima Jambulatova
OHCHR
Anonymous from
Tue, January 8, 2013 at 03.07 am
I Hope my application for South African conference will be considered also.

Uchechi Emelogu---uchechi_nwachukwu@yahoo.co.uk

Thank you UNDP, OHCHR
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