Civil Society Positions outside of the Esports field

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“Find below positions of civil society organisations on the post 2015 global development agenda.

Civil Society’s Call for a Fair & Sustainable Future, International Forum of National NGO Platforms (IFP) (Also available in Spanish, Portuguese and French)

The Human Right to Education in the Post-2015 Development Agenda, Civil Society Joint Statement, International Council for Adult Education, September 2013 (Also available in Spanish)

Sustainable Development in an Ageing World: A call to UN Member States on the development agenda beyond 2015, Age International & others, September 2013 (Also available in Spanish)

Views from the Frontline: Beyond 2015, Global Network of Civil Society Organisations for Disaster Reduction, July 2013

Total Reach, Total Learning: Education Beyond 2015, Global Campaign for Education – U.S. Chapter

The Global CSO Forum on the Post-2015 Development Agenda, Bali, Indonesia, March 2013

A Red Flag for the Post-­2015 High Level Panel, Bonn, Germany, March 2013

CPG Statement on Global Partnerships, HLP Bali, 22 March 2013

Asia Voices for the World We Want 2015, Asia Development Alliance (ADA), March 2013

Age-proofing the post-2015 development framework, The HelpAge global network, March 2013

Everyone, everywhere: A vision for water, sanitation and hygiene post-2015, WaterAid, March 2013

Propositions pour un socle commun de principes dans le cadre des réflexions «Post-2015», AMCP, Mars 2013

New Global Goals for Development and Sustainability After 2015, Danish Civil Society Organisations

Recommendations on the Post 2015 Agenda from Dutch Civil Society working in International Cooperation, February 2013

Towards a Post-2015 Development Framework: Position Paper, EuroNGOs, Countdown 2015 Europe, IPPF EN and ASTRA, February 2013

Requirements for a sustainable world. Results of the German civil society dialogue on the post-2015 agenda, January 2013

Each Child Learning, Every Student a Graduate: A Bold Vision for Lifelong Learning Beyond 2015, The Basic Education Coalition, January 2013

Post-2015 Development Goals: Oxfam International Position, January 2013

Post-2015: Time to Strike a Grand Bargain between Environment and Development, Schumacher Institute, January 2013

Ending Poverty in Our Generation, Save the Children, January 2013

Recommendations on the Post-2015 Development Framework, CARE International, December 2012

Make the post-MDG framework inclusive of persons with disabilities, International Disability and Development Consortium (IDDC) and the International Disability Alliance (IDA), October 2012

Position on Post-2015 Global Development Agenda, The New York based Subcommittee for Poverty Eradication, September 2012

Righting the MDGs: contexts and opportunities for a post-2015 development framework, ActionAid, September 2012

Approaching post-2015 from a peace perspective, Saferworld, August 2012

Gender equality and the post-2015 framework, Gender & Development Network, July 2012

ITUC perspective on the post-2015 UN development framework process, June 2012

After the Millennium Development Goals, Save the Children, April 2012

Post-2015 Goals, Targets and Indicators, CIGI, April 2012

Post-2015 policymaking. What is being planned, what might actually happen, and CAFOD‟s current policy lines, CAFOD, March 2012

Mainstreaming ageing into the post-2015 process, HelpAge International, February 2012

CBM position paper on the post-2015 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) global framework, CBM, February 2012 (You can download the document here and send your feedback here)

Reaching the MDGs 2.0: Rethinking the politics, World Vision International, September 2011.

If your organisation has defined its position on the post-2015 global development agenda, please let us know.”