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Post-2015 blogs - 2014

Below is a non-exhaustive list of blogs about the post-2015 process, written by members of Beyond 2015 and others in 2014.
Digesting 'Food for Thought' - the post-2015 roadmap, by Neva Frecheville, CAFOD, 20 November 2014
How [not] to run a consultation: Lessons from the Data Revolution, by Savio Carvalho, Amnesty International, and Neva Frecheville, CAFOD, 6 November 2014
Sustainable Development is Complicated: Are there really too many SDGs?, by Dominic White and Bernadette Fischler, WWF-UK, 1 October 2014

Making the case for research and innovation for health in the post-2015 development agenda - by Marissa Chmiola, Global Health Technologies Coalition, 24 September 2014

How to Prioritize U.N. Goals, by Abhijit Banerjee and Varad Pande, New York Times, 10 September 2014 

Southern Perspectives on the Post-2015 Agenda. August 2014, Andrea Ordóñez writing for the Southern Voice Initiative, and Tanvi Bhatkal for post-2015.org

What’s the Point of the Post-2015 Agenda?, by Charles Kenny and Casey Dunning, Center for Global Development, August 2014

Post-2015: How many goals is too many?, by Neva Frecheville, CAFOD, August 2014
Peace and post-2015: The momentum gathers, by Thomas Wheeler, Saferworld, July 2014
Post-2015 agenda must remove barriers for youth, by Willice Onyango, International Youth Council Kenya, May 2014
Increasing food production alone will not solve world hunger, by Duncan Willliams, Food Policy Manager, WWF UK, May 2014