Framework for the Future: Ending poverty in a generation

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Save the Children

2015 is the year that governments are expected to agree a new global framework of concrete goals and targets to take the legacy of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) forward, and bring the commitments that were made at the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio +20) to life.

To support these efforts, this report presents Save the Children’s proposals for 12 global goals that would help to build a world that is prosperous, resilient and free from poverty. Each global goal is divided into a number of sub-goals, targets, to enable progress tracking. Protecting and advancing children’s rights lies at the heart of Save the Children’s proposals. The post-2015 framework must focus on meeting children’s needs.

This report also includes a plan for how the post-2015 agenda can be implemented nationally (by governments, civil society, etc.), globally (through an accountability mechanism), and by the private sector (business, investors, innovators, etc.). 

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