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This section provides a second draft of the Vision of the framework (see here and below). The original draft was developed using materials from civil society and other sources, including the Millennium Declaration, Civicus World Assembly declarations, material from the High Level Panel, inputs from human rights organisations and several other aspects of the Beyond 2015 campaign.
Vision statement (v.2.0)
Our vision is: An equitable and sustainable world where every person is safe, resilient, lives well, and enjoys their human rights. A world where political and economic systems deliver well-being for all people within the limits of our planet’s resources.
Consequently, it is a world where:
- Human rights are realised: Where states, organisations and actors at all levels fulfill their responsibilities within human rights laws and frameworks so that all individuals can enjoy their equal human rights, including the right to participate in shaping their individual and collective future.
- Poverty has been eradicated: Where the common good of all takes precedence over the interests of a tiny elite, and where all people have access to the resources they need for their personal and social development, supported by state and international policies and systems.
- The environment is safeguarded: Where the natural world is protected and planetary boundaries respected by all through environmentally sustainable economic systems, energy use and resource consumption.
- There is social justice: Where there is equity of opportunity and outcomes for individuals across all countries, and where systems and structures ensure that every country and each individual has equal opportunities to fulfil their own potential within available planetary resources.
- Peace, safety and security are a reality for all: Where institutions and systems resolve conflict effectively; promote peace and security through disarmament, abolition of nuclear weapons, and unfettered access to justice; and strengthen the resilience and capacity of communities and structures to reduce risk of disasters.
You can see the previous version (v. 1.0) of this statement here.
Whenever the satisfaction levels on these sections dip below 50%, this will trigger an automatic redraft. There will also be pre-established moments for rewriting, notably ahead of key advocacy moments (eg. January 2013 – ahead of the HLP report, June 2013 – ahead of the UN Special Event, and one further date to tie in with Open Working Group decision-making). You will find more information on this process in Beyond2015's Content Strategy here.