The UN High Level Panel met for the Fourth time in Bali. Their post-meeting communiqué articulated the need for a ‘people-centred and planet-sensitive development agenda which is recognised through equal partnership of all stakeholders.’ Participate’s Danny Burns responds to the main themes outlined in the communiqué.
Posts Tagged: Governance
By Leo Williams (Beyond 2015) and Thea Shahrokh (Participate) What is the vision for global development post the 2015 milestone of the Millennium Development Goals? What is the purpose of a framework in contributing towards this vision? What are the values that will underpin that framework – how will they be reflected throughout its whole […]
Elizabeth Mills and Thea Shahrokh The previous blogs this week have described the nature of the Participate initiative and the context of the HLP meeting taking place this week; yesterday’s blog in particular, by Joanna Wheeler and Thea Shahrokh asked what you would say to the HLP panelists if you had 9 minutes. Today we had […]