Posts Tagged: HLP

Participate: Response to the High Level Panel on the Post-2015 Development Agenda Report

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The UN High Level Panel’s anticipated report on what should follow the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in 2015, was published on 30 May 2013. Participate responds to the report, based on in-depth participatory research with people living in poverty and marginalisation, from 18 organisations working in over 30 countries worldwide, which together form the Participate initiative’s Participatory Research Group network.

All voices must be taken into account

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By Carlos Cortez Este artículo también está disponible en español Do we really know what the most vulnerable and marginalised in our country, society, and planet need in order to improve their situation and walk together towards the achievement of a more fair, egalitarian and sustainable world? Reflecting critically on what has been done to […]

Time to Listen

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Danny Burns The Participate team spent much of last week preparing for and engaging with the High Level Panel. The panel was very open and responsive to our message, and a number of panel members filled in the postcards that we provided, asking them to indicate how they might engage with Participate. These are all […]

You have 9 minutes to talk to the High Level Panel: what would you say?

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Joanna Wheeler and Thea Shahrokh At lunchtime tomorrow Participate has a space within the meeting of the High Level Panel (HLP) on the post-2015 development agenda to present the work of the initiative, and to make the case for why participatory research matters. In this space, we hope to provide a framing that will ensure […]

On having Voice and Being Heard: Participation in the Post-2015 Policy Process

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Elizabeth Mills From their inception and formal agreement in 2000, the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) have played a significant (and also ambivalent) role in shaping policy agendas, directing aid around the globe, to combat poverty, hunger, disease, illiteracy, environmental degradation, and discrimination against women. This week, the Post-2015 UN High-Level Panel convenes in London to […]