After the Millennium Development Goals: Setting out the options and must haves for a new development framework in 2015

The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) achieved much for children all over the world. They helped to channel political commitment and investments – bringing about reductions in poverty, child mortality and improvements in educational enrolment.
In 2015 the MDGs will expire. Academics and political leaders are now starting a detailed conversation about what to do next.
Do we need another development framework? Could the MDGs just be extended? What about sustainability and new actors? Should any new framework be global?

Published 2012-05-24

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2012
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pdf, 15p.
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Child Participation