The UN’s Post-2015 Development Agenda
The United Nations Secretary-General’s office has undertaken several processes to inform and help shape the Post-2015 development agenda to advance the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) agenda beyond 2015. The Secretary-General’s team will be responsible for bringing together perspectives of civil society, the private sector, global citizens, and other stakeholders, on issues of anti-poverty and sustainability into a new development framework. The Secretary-General will deliver his report to the 68th General Assembly, recommending the path for a new framework, which member states will use as a basis for their negotiations.



UNA-USA Releases Report from Post-2015 MDG Develpment Discussions in U.S. Communities

In the closing months of 2013, over 1,000 Americans gathered in communities large and small to discuss the world they want in 2030. They came together to answer a call to action from Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon for every UN member state to seek public input for a new and ambitious development agenda to replace the Millennium Development Goals when they expire in 2015.

Read the full report


Hold a Post-2015 Consultation in Your Community

UNA-USA Chapters have an unprecedented opportunity to engage the American public on behalf of the United Nations. At the end of the year, UNA-USA will present a white paper to UNDP that summarizes America's opinions on the post-2015 Development Agenda. We've developed a special toolkit that provides you with the tools and resources you need to hold a post-2015 consultation in your community. For more information, contact Chanteclaire Lantos-Swett.



United Nations Association –  Post 2015 Development Agenda Consultations





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